Family members of an 9/11 victim, presented a lawsuit against United Airline and another firm, because of what they considered bad security checks at the airport in Boston the day of the attack, reported “The New York Times”.
The family accuses the airline and the company behind the security control of the passengers of the United Airline flight 175, for the event of 9/11.
The five terrorists boarded the aircraft with knives and mustard gas sprays due to the bad security control in the airport. The terrorists killed the pilots, a flight attendant was stabbed and then crashed the airplane to one of the Twin Towers.
According to the documents cited by “The New York Times”, the prosecutions found that many of the airport security personnel didn’t talk nor understood English.
Also, 9 out of the 11 members of the security crew said that they did not know, at that time, about Al Qaeda or Osama Bin Laden.
“Documents show that the attack of 9/11 could have been avoided on the security control check of that flight, and United failed on it’s obligation of safety on the aircraft”, said the family lawyer, Donald A. Migliori.
According to “The New York Times” the demand is the last slope of the 100 filed since 2001 related with the attacks to the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington, and the airplane crash in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The process should begin on November.