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No one has ever forgotten the terrible loss of American life 10 years ago at the hands of terrorists.
Shelby County Sheriff Mike Armstrong called it one of the worst days in our nation’s history.
Now, a decade after al-Qaida terrorists killed 3,000 people in four separate attacks in New York City, the Pentagon, and Pennsylvania, as the nation prepares to honor its dead on Sunday, many are reflecting upon the changes that terrible day has wrought on our society.
In Shelby County, the answer is clear.
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