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Pa. says that incorporating the power of the landscape—the vista of trees the expanse of the field the quiet beauty of the Pennsylvania countryside—is what makes the memorial different than traditionally designed memory spaces"This is the place where it happened It wasn’t on the Mall We felt like we didn’t have to re-create certain things All we had to do was work with what was there" he saysThe vertical counterpoint to the memorial is the Tower of Voices Standing at a symbolic 93 feet the tower will be high enough to allow visitors to walk underneath once they enter the site Sound became a part of Murdoch’s design for different reasons: Flight 93 passengers used their cellphones to call loved ones to say goodbye and the randomness of those voices—like the random events that put those passengers and crew members together that morning—are now memorialized together in a united place"We wanted a dialogue between the site and what happened on that plane" he says "So the sound changing in the wind seemed to be an aspect of what the chimes could offer as well as behaving as an entire group of 40 people That it would change every moment every day year after year seemed suitable"What the full set of chimes will sound like won’t be known until they are installed this month Weather temperature and winds of up to 150 miles per hour are all factors that will affect the sound and because they are different sizes to accommodate a five-octave scale not all the chimes are expected to ring at one time They will serve "as the welcoming beacon" to visitors said Stephen Clark superintendent of the Flight 93 National Memorial Each chime is individually tuned which Clark says makes them the perfect representative of the people fighting for their lives on that flight"In essence they were individuals but they acted as one That’s why these voices these chimes this tower truly represent their courage and their spirit as a group in perpetuity" he saysFine tuningA heavy-metal musician and composer in rural Illinois who is prone to quoting lyrics by Rush or KISS to make a point might seem an unlikely choice to create the memorial chimes but Fugate is not a typical metalhead With degrees in molecular biology and music he has been making instruments for 25 years a pursuit that kept him in the music business after many years fronting two metal bands based in the Chicago areaTuning incorporated science into musicmaking gave him entryway into an art that requires patience and a nuanced set of ears He says he was awarded the job because he possessed two skills that most candidates did not: a background in machinery and welding and more than 20 years as a professional instrument tuner for various instrument companies"The chimes have to be cut to very specific lengths to create the different pitches Brett’s experience tuning musical instruments is really critical to getting the musical part of the chime assembly tuned to the notes that we want" Murdoch saysFugate 45 grew up in East Peoria and discovered a love for both prog rock and classical music at an early age But he was drawn to unusual instruments At a school competition in Nashville he insisted on playing Niccolò Paganini’s Violin Concerto No 1 on the xylophone his preferred instrumentHe also discovered he was mechanical and besides composing songs for his metal band Idiom he took jobs on which he developed skills tuning instruments such as xylophones and marimbas that are most prone to changes in temperature and humidity On Sept 11 2001 he was at work tuning two five-octave marimbas at a plant in Chicago when a co-worker told him that a plane had crashed into one of the twin towers Eventually the entire work crew gathered around televisions in the lunchroom to watch what it became clear was an act of international terrorismThe chimes for the memorial required the precision of Fugate’s hand Weighing up to 150 pounds and ranging from 8 to 16 inches in diameter and up to 10 feet in height the aluminum tubes have internal stainless-steel strikers attached to sails projecting from their bottom He had never tuned tubes that big so he had to first procure tubes in 12-foot increments and move them into his shop by hand The tuning room has a low ceiling for sound so they were too tall for his forkliftThe next step was determining the different lengths according to the pitches and cutting 40 of them in his shop Then came the tuning: Inside Fugate’s tuning room the tubes rest on braces He strikes them with a hammer and then listens while adjusting a mechanical tuner an instrument that emits light to match the frequency of the note"The ear is part of the process I use the mechanical strobe (tuner) but you make judgments with the ear" he saysThe work which started in January meant continuous long days and doubling his staff to six people The fruits of their labors however will remain a mystery until Sept 9 "We’ve got an idea of what it might sound like" he says "But nobody has heard it in full"Anticipating the momentFor family members of the 40 passengers and crew members of Flight 93 the chimes when they finally ring will be more than sound meeting the skyEd Root’s cousin Lorraine Bay was the senior flight attendant aboard Flight 93 Root anticipates "a very emotional moment" when the chimes ring for the first time"It will automatically bring back my cousin Lorraine’s voice I can hear her now thinking about it" he saysThe total cost of the tower was $6 million which came from private donations; $400000 of the total came directly from families of those who died that day Clark saysLeading the fundraising effort was Families of Flight 93 a nonprofit group formed in 2002 "It’s given me something to focus on" says Gordon Felt the organization’s president whose older brother Edward Porter Felt died that dayIn earlier years Felt visited the memorial and found himself listening to schoolchildren ask questions about what took place on Flight 93 and learning about the heroism of people like his brother Now upon returning he’ll listen to voices in the sky – "a continual sound" he says ringing from the tower"I get a great sense of satisfaction knowing it will stand there forever" he saysThe defendant 29-year-old Anthony Donte Collier aka Koleone the Great is convicted of trafficking the five victims from April 2015 through August 2016 between Minnesota and North Dakota His case was moved to federal court in Fargo after originating in Minnesota where Collier once faced 15 charges in Clay County District Court of sex traffickingIn total Collier faced seven charges in North Dakota ranging from conspiracy four charges of sex trafficking by force fraud or coercion and one charge of attempted sex trafficking of a woman under the age of 18 Another charge of witness tampering was added to the case in early MarchCollier’s federal trial began April 4 and was anticipated to last about two weeksThough a verdict was reached Wednesday the jury will reconvene Thursday April 20 to take up the forfeiture allegation involving Collier’s Dell laptop and two cellphones seized as evidenceOn Wednesday Collier was dressed in a navy blue suit and matching tie He sat next to a stack of legal books and paperwork and his stand-by legal counsel Fargo attorney William KirschnerFollowing the verdict Kirschner said Collier plans on appealing the charges and maintains that his business wasn’t created to commit prostitution rather "these women committed acts of prostitution on their own"Collier registered a business BGI Promotions LLC with the North Dakota secretary of state in October 2015 for the purpose of recruiting prostitutes court documents state He also took photographs of the five victims in "sexually suggestive poses" to post under the escort section of backpagecomKirschner said his client’s BGI contracts and ads did not promote prostitutionThe investigation into Collier’s sex trafficking started while he was on supervised release after being convicted in a 2011 armed robbery of a Moorhead Stop-N-Go with his younger brother and another man who were both also convicted Collier served 68 months for the armed robbery and was released in March 2015Within one month of his release Collier absconded and was arrested in Fargo He was released a second time in August 2015 and moved to a Department of Corrections house in Moorhead where police began monitoring his social media and hotel activities Collier’s Facebook showed him posting photos of a lot of cash though unemployed and a woman "on her knees wearing a red bikini top a red bow and a collar around her neck attached to a leash being held by Collier" court documents stateAt the start of the trial Collier was offered a plea deal of 20 years in prison from Assistant US Attorney Jennifer Puhl but he rejected the offer He is facing anywhere from 155 to 24 years court documents state but sentencing won’t take place for several more months
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