White Plains woman upset over release of WTC transcripts

A White Plains woman who lost a loved one on 9/11 is upset over the release of the WTC transcripts.

Angela Lepore lost her brother-in-law in the September 11th attacks. She says the release of Port Authority transcripts of conversations before the World Trade Center collapsed is wrong. Lepore says part of the healing process is letting go, and the tapes just force people to relive the horrible tragedy over and over again.

Lepore says the transcripts may bring closure to some families but not for hers.

A federal judge ordered the release of the transcripts after the New York Times sued to make them public.

Click to read excerpts from the 9/11 emergency call transcript.

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