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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ITEM: In the March 1, 2004 UK-based Independent, in an article entitled "Death-penalty trial for Oklahoma bomb accomplice could backfire on FBI," British columnist Andrew Gumbel wrote: "[A] flurry of new evidence promises to demonstrate quite the opposite of what the prosecutors are hoping to prove: that Nichols, far from being a key player in the conspiracy, was a relatively marginal figure, and that a gang of neo-Nazi bank robbers, hitherto ignored by federal and state prosecutors, had a far more prominent role.
The Oklahoma bomb may have been a topic of study only because it demonstrates how much damage a simple bomb can create.
The Brixton nail bomb two weeks ago was within two days of the April 19 anniversary of the 1995 Oklahoma bomb when hundreds were killed and injured by right-wing terrorists.
When the Oklahoma bomb happened we did not see the FBI sweeping the streets of young, white males with crew cuts, so why are we now seeing this happen to Arab Americans?
Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, co-founder of Justice, said: "When the Oklahoma bomb happened we did not see the FBI sweeping the streets of young, white males with crew cuts, so why is this happening to Arab-Americans?
McVeigh murdered 168 people by planting the Oklahoma bomb.
Oklahoma bomb suspect Timothy McVeigh hoped the blast would spark a revolution in America, a court heard yesterday.

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