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Mike Kelly, a journalist for more than three decades, is the author of two critically acclaimed books as well as numerous prize-winning projects and columns for The Record, a daily newspaper in northern New Jersey. His assignments have taken him to Africa, Northern Ireland, Malaysia, Israel and Iraq, as well as numerous news events in America including coverage of the 9/11 attacks, Hurricane Katrina and the Boston Marathon bombings. After covering the 9/11 attacks and their aftermath, he embarked on a series of in-depth projects about the impact of terrorism on American life. His work has been highlighted by the CBS Evening News, National Public Radio, MNBC and by Bill Moyers on PBS. He is married and is the father of two daughters. He lives in Teaneck, N.J.
Prologue: Author meets with the bombmaker, Hassan Salameh, 10 years after and his admission that he built the bomb and basically has no regrets
Part I: The bombing and its immediate aftermath
Part II: The battle in Congress and the courts by parents to hold Iran accountable, with the Clinton White House first supporting the parents in their court efforts and later opposing those efforts.
Part III: The battle -- and eventual -- compromise with the Clintons that allowed the families to collect some money.
Epilogue: The bittersweet victory, with the families thinking that the were getting money from Iran but discovering that the money came from a US govt account, and also knowing that some victims of terror got paid and others did not. With regrets by the judge and others.