Deputy Chief Jim Riches from the New York fire department, who lost his firefighter son Jimmy on September 11th aged 29, has travelled to Guantanamo Bay to see the trial of those believed to be responsible.
He explained how the defendants are refusing to co-operate with the proceedings of the court.
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