While the goverment tries to dole out punishment to someone who may or may not have had anything to do with the September 11 attacks in Virginia, it turns out at that demolitions workers found bone fragments on the roof of 130 Liberty Street - aka the Deutsche Bank building. According to the medical examiner's office, there were 74 human remains samples, and the ME's office spokeswoman Ellen Borakove told the NY Times, "This is the largest find from the Deutsche Bank, and I would not be surprised if additional quantities of remains are found there. They are still doing the cleanup." Which concerns some victims' families, who are worried that some workers won't know what to preserve while doing clean-up. The Deutsche Bank is in the middle of being carefully deconstructed, with the LMDC hoping all the work will be done by next spring.

And last night, Governor Pataki, NJ Governor Corzine and Mayor Bloomberg "secretly" (so secret that the Post found out) to work on a deal to offer Larry Silverstein over Ground Zero development. We'll see if three cooks in the kitchen is too many in the next few days.