Oklahoma City Bombing


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Oklahoma City Bombing

See Terrorism "The Oklahoma City Bombing" (Sidebar); Venue "Venue and the Oklahoma City Bombing Case" (Sidebar).

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Disaster vultures" was the name given to overly enthusiastic mental health professionals who rushed into the scene at the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995.
Although tax years 1994 and 1995 are closed, this legislation reopens those years for survivors of Oklahoma City bombing victims.
Problems have appeared to increase since the Oklahoma City bombing.
By Maria Ruiz Scaperlanda, a freelance writer living in Norman, Oklahoma and author of Their Faith Has Touched Us: the Legacies of Three Young Oklahoma City Bombing Victims (Sheed & Ward, 1997).
National Security and Emergency Preparedness enable the Government to make an immediate and coordinated response to all emergencies, whether caused by a natural disaster, such as a hurricane, an act of terrorism, such as the Oklahoma City bombing and the September 11th attacks, a man-made disaster, or a cyber attack.
It would improve the training and the ability of the dogs to do their jobs,'' said Teller, a veteran Los Angeles firefighter/paramedic who has used her dogs to search for victims of the Oklahoma City bombing, the 9-11 terrorist attacks of 2001, the La Conchita mudslide in 2005 and Hurricane Katrina last year.
The space used to be a typically busy downtown street, but after the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing it was "temporarily" closed to traffic, 9/11 sealed its fate as a city street.
Also excluded from the definition of terrorist acts are domestic or "home-grown" acts of terrorism, such as the Oklahoma City bombing.
In 1995, I attended the National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) conference just a few miles from the site of the Oklahoma City bombing.
The Oklahoma City bombing was horrible, too, and the whole county was genuinely moved by it.
He has been consulted on many high-profile incidents involving traumatized children, including the Oklahoma City bombing and the Columbine, Colorado, school shootings.

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