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Kelly: A motel in South Hackensack may finally solve a 9/11 mystery

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Mike Kelly , Record Columnist, @MikeKellyColumnPublished 6:08 a.m. ET March 24, 2017 | Updated 3:23 p.m. ET March 24, 2017

The cramped, first-floor motel room on the noisy stretch of Route 46 in South Hackensack isn’t much to look at now. Just a double bed, a picture window, a dresser, a tiny bathroom. But in the coming months, this unlikely spot — Room 506 at the Congress Inn — may play a key role in helping to answer one of the most explosive questions that linger from the 9/11 attacks.

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Just before that fateful day more than 15 years ago, two Saudi Arabian men who were part of the 9/11 hijacking team rented Room 506. They forked over $19 a night, then waited. Investigators say the two suicide-killers — Khalid al-Mihdhar and Nawaf al-Hazmi — kept to themselves, offering no hints of the murderous scheme they were about to undertake.

One thought on “Kelly: A motel in South Hackensack may finally solve a 9/11 mystery

  1. The Horrific Photo of 9/11 reminds us that we have to be vigilant to all types of attacks and report any activities
    that seem unusual or out of character at events or in our day to day lives at work or with Family activities.Trucks seem to be the new weapon on choice..including the original WTC Bombing and recent London and France truck pedestrian murders.

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