As 50 carefully selected families prepare to join President Barack Obama for a ceremony at the World Trade Center site Thursday, one of the invited 9/11 families have decided to pass on the Commander-in-chief's visit.
"There is no closure," a sobbing John Vigiano said. "There is none."
"I'm honored the President of the United States is coming to New York," he said. "[But] to me its just going to be a photo op."
Jeannie Evans, of Elmont, who lost her baby brother firefighter Robert Evans on 9/11 will also not be there Thursday. She wasn't invited.
"Why not show us proof, that Bin Laden was killed? I would like to see that," wondered Evans.