One Survivor's Perspective: Woman reflects on 9/11 ten years later
Sharon Premoli, 9/11 survivor, is blogging about her experience in a multi-part series featured by The Huffington Post. Her blog on September 9, 2011, offers her perspective on life since September 11, 2001. Of that day, she writes, "I still am not sure out of which stairwell we made our final exit in the North Tower." Premoli worked on the 80th floor of the North Tower in New York City. The day remains a painful memory for her and others who experienced first-hand the tragedy and terror of that day.
We invite you to read Sharon's entire blog detailing her perspective on the events of 9/11 and the days and years following. Her story is also chronicled in the coming memoir, "Autumn."
Her second blog posted on September 12, 2011, focuses on the courtroom battles that have been fought for the last ten years involving the consolidated litigation, In re Terrorist Attacks, with a possible jury trial next year.
Premoli runs the website Justiceagainstterrorism.net. Her site focuses on discussing the legal aspects of 9/11 that have allowed international terrorism supporters to elude the American civil justice system. She is also a passionate supporter of congressional passage of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA).
Premoli is not the only individual impacted by 9/11 that continues to seek justice, the Orlando Weekly chronicled Bill Doyle's journey since September 11, 2001. Doyle's son was killed in the World Trade Center. He remains relentless in his pursuit for answers to how and why the attacks occurred.
Learn more about the In re Terrorist Attacks litigation that Motley Rice attorneys have filed on behalf of its clients against the alleged financiers and material supporters of the terrorist organization al Qaeda.