Harry Waizer, Carol Azzarello, Wen Shi Wang, Mary Ellen Salamone, John Creamer, Barry Bagnato
April 10, 2006, ABC News, "9/11 Families' Snapshots of Grief at Moussaoui Hearing," by Pierre Thomas,
Carolee Azzarello lost two brothers who worked at Cantor Fitzgerald -- Tim, 42, and John, 41.
Lashawn Clark described life with her husband, Benjamin Keefe Clark, an executive chef at Sodexho at the World Trade Center.
Wen Shi lost her husband, Wei Bin Wang, who also worked at Cantor Fitzgerald.
April 10, 2006, Star Tribune, "Moussaoui jurors hear 9/11 victims' final calls," by Greg Gordon,
Wen Shi, 42, whose husband, Cantor employee Weibin Wang, died.
April 11, 2006, Washington Post,"At Moussaoui Trial, Recalling Lives Stolen by 9/11," by Jerry Markon and Timothy Dwyer,
Lashawn Clark recalled how her husband, Keefe, an executive chef working on the 96th floor of the trade center.
Mary Ellen Salamone, crying as she entered the courtroom, took the stand. her husband, John -- who worked for the Cantor Fitzgerald
April 10, 2006, NBC News, "Moussaoui jurors hear painful testimony, NBC: Cockpit recorder audiotape won’t be released to public,
Harry Waizer, who ran Cantor Fitzgerald's tax department on Sept. 11, spoke of beating out flames in an elevator and getting hit by a "fire ball" that left him severely burned.
Massachusetts assistant principal named John Creamer, described the effect of his wife Tara’s death on the couple’s two children.
April 14, 2006, CNN.com, "Father recalls son's last words on 9/11," by Phil Hirschkorn,
"Seven of the 15 government witnesses lost two or more relatives in the trade center attacks."
Lee Hanson, 73, his son, Peter, 32, daughter-in-law, Sue Kim, 35, and granddaughter, Christine, perished aboard United Airlines Flight 175
Ruth Clifford McCourt, 45, whose older brother, Ronald Clifford testified.
Jennieann Maffeo, 40, Maffeo's sister, Andrea, [Maffeo?]
April 8, 2006, CNN, "Giuliani describes 9/11 horrors," by Phil Hirschkorn,
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani
April 7, 2006, Newsday, "9/11 horrors retold at trial,"
"...showing videos taken from a hotel across from the towers by Washington state visitors Tamar and Guy Rosbrook."
Mike Low of Batesville, Ark., talked about his 28-year-old daughter Sara, a flight attendant.
Chandra Kalahasti, a software engineer from India, his sister Prasanna, a dentist who had wed Los Angeles software engineer Vamsi Pendyala. Pendyala died on Flight 11,
April 7, 2006, New York Times, "Moussaoui Jury Hears of Impact and Grief," by Neil A. Lewis,
calls him Chandrasekar Salashidr,
May 5, 2006, CNN, "Moussaoui curses America but judge gets final word," by Phil Hirschkorn,
"Some 9/11 family members confront terrorist in court,"
Lisa Beilke, whose husband, Max, died in the Pentagon attack
Rosemary Dillard, whose husband died in the Pentagon attack,
March 15, 2006, Washington Post, "Government Lawyer's Error Upsets Families of 9/11 Victims," by Timothy Dwyer and Jerry Markon, [these people are only quoted. Did not necessarily testify.]
D. Hamilton Petersen, his father, Donald A. Peterson, and his stepmother, Jean H. Peterson, killed on UA Flight 93.
Blake Allison, of Hanover, N.H., wife, Anna Allison, killed on AA Flight 11.
Fiona Havlish, formerly of Buck County, Pa., husband killed at WTC.
Rosemary Dillard, husband, Eddie, killed on AA Flight 77.
April 7, 2006, CBS News, "Notebook: Moussaoui Trial 'Hail Mary' Beverley Lumpkin: Smooth Lawyers Get Judge's Wheels Turning At Terror Hearing," by Christine Lagorio,
TSA [Transportation Security Administration] attorney Carla Martin alleged "unacceptable collusion" with the airline-industry defendants
April 6, CNN, "9/11 victims share heartache with Moussaoui jury," by Phil Hirschkorn,
Jim [James] Smith recalled for the jury meeting his wife, Moira, a fellow police officer
[Dan Suhr] fellow firefighter and friend Tony Sanseviro
Mike and Bobbie Low, their daughter, Sara, an American Airlines flight attendant.
Chandra Kalahasthi said his sister Prasanna had found bliss in her marriage to Pendyala "Vamsi" Vamsikrishna. [Flight 11]
Tu Ho Nguyen and her husband, Khang, left Vietnam for the United States in 1981. Khang Nguyen, 41, died when American Airlines Flight 77 slammed into the Pentagon.
May 3, 2006, Associated Press, "Families mixed on Moussaoui verdict," by Leslie Miller,
[quoted in article, did not necessarily testify.]
Abraham Scott, whose wife, Janice, died in the Pentagon,
Al Santora, whose son Christopher was a firefighter who died on Sept. 11,
Carie LeMack, whose mother, Judy Larocque, perished on American Airlines Flight 11,