Using Sept. 11 Funds to Aid Afghans Reese Erlich profiles Derrill Bodley, whose daughter was killed during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Bodley is now using the money he received as compensation for his daughter's death to aid people in Afghanistan.
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Using Sept. 11 Funds to Aid Afghans

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Using Sept. 11 Funds to Aid Afghans

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Using Sept. 11 Funds to Aid Afghans

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Reese Erlich profiles Derrill Bodley, whose daughter was killed during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Bodley is now using the money he received as compensation for his daughter's death to aid people in Afghanistan.