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President Obama traveled to New York City today, four days after the death of Osama Bin Laden to meet with the families of 9/11 victims. Robin Gould of Bend lost his 29 year old son, Michael ten years ago on that day. He worked at Cantor Fitzgerald Financial Services, on the top floors of the World Trade Center. Gould says he was satisfied to hear the Navy SEALS got the man behind the deadly day. “Well I was surprised obviously, but I guess only that it happened now. I knew we'd get him sometime; we'd find him and take care of him.” Gould says his son had been working at the Cantor Fitzgerald Office in San Francisco for several years, before he was transferred back to the New York office in the summer of 2001. Cantor Fitzgerald lost 658 employees on 9/11, all the workers in the office at the time of the attacks.

 

 

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