Air parade in memory of victims of 9/11 terrorist attack called tasteless

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Air parade in memory of victims of 9/11 terrorist attack called tasteless

The Americans criticized the planned flight of the F / A-18 fighter-bomber, which the American authorities were going to arrange in memory of the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack in New York. Writes about this The New York Post.

The planned event became known on September 10 from the Twitter account of the New York City Emergency Management. Residents of the city criticized this idea in the comments below the post.

We all remember not only the hijacked planes, but the 9/11 fighters. [To fly another fighter jet on an anniversary] is literally ripping open a healed scar until it bleeds again, and then adding salt on top

@nycinoc

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration officials said the mayor did not even know about the flight. Local authorities considered the event a bad idea and an immoral, tasteless act. Representatives of the US Navy have not yet commented on the situation.

As a result of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States, which later became known as 9/11, almost three thousand people were killed and more than six thousand were injured. Members of al-Qaeda (banned in Russia), having hijacked four passenger planes, attacked two towers of the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon building, another airliner fell into a field in Pennsylvania.

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