Tragic bond: Flight 93 families pay tribute to Paris terrorism victims

Families of a number of victims of the terrorist attack on United Flight 93 flew to Paris to honor the victims of the recent terrorist attack in Paris, wrote Casey Sherman of on December 7, 2015.

“I felt that we as Americans needed to stand up for the people of France and honor those who lost their lives and those others who are now bringing the fight to ISIS, the enemy of the civilized world,” said Hamilton Peterson, who lost his parents aboard Flight 93.

The families laid a wreath at  The Bataclan music hall, where the majority of the victims of the November 13, 2015 attack were killed.

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