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World Trade Center Parachute Jumpers Fined for Stunt

Two men found guilty of parachuting off the top of the new World Trade Center building in New York were issued fines, but no jail sentences, by a judge who said they "sullied the memories" of victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. James Brady, 33, and Andrew Rossig, 34, were convicted in June of reckless endangerment and unauthorized climbing, but found not guilty on felony charges of burglary. At sentencing Monday, the two avoided jail sentences but were each ordered to pay...

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