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    #1

    have a place

    I'm not sure what the following in red are saying in the context.

    The job of everyone who walks out of that school is to help prevent tragedies like that attack from happening again. Those students would have a place in the questioning related to the Twin Towers attacks because they belong directly to the aftermath.

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: have a place

    Something like "they were directly affected by the attacks, so they have an interest in/deserve to have input into the questioning."

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