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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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For information about this magazine's OKC bombing investigation, go to www.thenewamerican.com/okc.
We have divided this story into two parts, the first dealing with Kenny Trentadue's death, and the second, beginning on page 14, concerning the Trentadue connection to the OKC bombing.
with an alarming degree of specificity." (Emphasis added.) The FBI source reported that Hollaway's information and cagey demeanor "provided the indication that Hollaway was attempting to communicate an involvement on his part in that bombing without verbally acknowledging participation." The FBI source in the 302 was clearly alarmed by Hollaway's knowledge and behavior and believed him to be involved in the OKC bombing.
She had explained in one of our earlier telephone conversations that she was "very impressed" with our previous coverage of the OKC bombing in general and our articles dealing with Elohim City and her undercover work in particular.
How is Kenny Trentadue's death related to the OKC bombing? Jesse Trentadue, a trial lawyer and Kenny's older brother, thinks he now has important clues that finally may lead to the answer to that troubling question.
The capture of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed should have caused federal officials, terrorism "experts" and the media to completely rethink and reopen the OKC bombing case.
Strassmeir, whom we identified as a primary OKC bombing suspect, fled the country six months after the bombing.
* Exposing the OKC bombing: During the months and years following the 1995 Oklahoma City terrorist attack, THE NEW AMERICAN published a series of articles pointing to compelling evidence of government prior knowledge, multiple bombs inside the Murrah Building, other conspirators in addition to Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols, and a Mideast connection.
Although Timothy McVeign and "others unknown" carried out the OKC bombing, Straus contended, Birchers were actually to blame for the atrocity.
THE NEW AMERICAN'S extensive investigation of the OKC bombing over the past eight years indicates that individuals associated with two notorious terrorist cohorts assisted McVeigh and Nichols in the deadly terrorist attack.
Isn't it THE NEW AMERICAN that exposed the possible Middle Eastern links to the OKC bombing of the Murrah building, and the possible threat of chemical warfare and even "dirty" nuclear devices being set off by Middle Eastern "sleeper" agents in the U.S.?
As noted in prior stories in this magazine, AI-Hussaini was identified by witnesses as being with McVeigh in the days prior to the bombing and as fleeing from the OKC bombing site immediately after the explosion.