The brother of the only New Zealander killed in the September 11 attacks said bin Laden’s death was justice served.
Alan Beaven, a 48-year-old environment lawyer, died when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into a field in Pennsylvania after being hijacked by terrorists.
His brother Ralph Beaven said he felt “absolute relief” at the news Osama bin Laden was dead.
“It’s not closure for Alan’s memory. But the fact that the person who masterminded these attacks is dead means justice has prevailed.”