The transfer of mostly unidentified remains of some of those killed on 9/11 to the underground WTC museum and memorial brought out mourners on both sides of a contentious issue — Is that an appropriate resting place. From today's New York Times:
Occasionally the proximity of the two groups led to short outbursts. "Oh stop it, stop lying," shouted Sally Regenhard, who has long been a vocal opponent of the repository site. Her son Christian, a probationary firefighter and former Marine, died in the attacks.
Upon hearing the exchange, a policeman, who identified himself only as Officer Tjornhom, asked her to restrain herself. "I feel your pain," he said. "As a favor to another Marine, please, this is not the time or the place."