January 30, 2010
The Associated Press. A hot dog vendor is set up on Lafayette Street across the street from the court houses on Foley Square in New York. Facing growing opposition to its plans to hold the Sept. 11 terrorist trial in New York City, the Obama administration is considering moving the proceedings.
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The letter written by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to Washington this month set a whopping $200 million-a-year price tag to secure the city during the trial -- more than double the original estimate. The speech by Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly detailed a planned lockdown of lower Manhattan certain to set new standards for gridlock.