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| HistoryText = The site of the events of September 11, 2001, where [[Spider-Man (Peter Parker)|Spider-Man]] and many other heroes worked side-by-side with the rescue crews{{r|Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #36}}.
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| HistoryText = The site of the events of September 11, 2001, where [[Spider-Man (Peter Parker)|Spider-Man]] and many other heroes worked side-by-side with the rescue crews{{r|Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #36}}. Later, there was a conflict between the citizens over the place, some wanting it to remain untoched as a tribute to those who died and some wanted to construct there as a symbol of healing. Eventually, a riot broke up there between both fractions, the police and [[Captain America (Steven Rogers)|Comander Steve Rogers]], acompanied by [[Sharon Carter (Earth-616)|Sharon Carter]]. The riot was so violent that Rogers investigated if there was any supervillian behind it, however, he didn't found anything. {{r|Fear Itself Vol 1 1}} Its unknown if the protests have stoped or if any side won.
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Revision as of 23:04, June 17, 2014

History

The site of the events of September 11, 2001, where Spider-Man and many other heroes worked side-by-side with the rescue crews[1]. Later, there was a conflict between the citizens over the place, some wanting it to remain untoched as a tribute to those who died and some wanted to construct there as a symbol of healing. Eventually, a riot broke up there between both fractions, the police and Comander Steve Rogers, acompanied by Sharon Carter. The riot was so violent that Rogers investigated if there was any supervillian behind it, however, he didn't found anything. [2] Its unknown if the protests have stoped or if any side won.

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