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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The Oklahoma City bombing did not rise ex nihilo, but was an event having an historical and political lineage.
Disaster vultures" was the name given to overly enthusiastic mental health professionals who rushed into the scene at the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995.
This provision will allow survivors of Oklahoma City bombing victims to file for tax relief even though the normal statutory period for amended returns has passed.
Media exposure and indirect interpersonal exposure (defined as having a friend who knew someone who was injured or killed) increased the posttraumatic stress scores of 69 elementary school children who were surveyed 2 years after the Oklahoma City bombing.
The federal judge who presided over the Oklahoma City bombing trials of Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols received a liver transplant on September 16.
McVeigh told the authors of American Terrorist: Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing that he alone conceived and executed the plan to bomb the Alfred P Murrah federal government building on April 19, 1995.
These investigators are skilled in preserving medicolegal evidence that may be important for subsequent criminal proceedings and in handling situations that involve mass deaths, as shown by their participation in the investigations of the Oklahoma City bombing, aviation accidents, and heat-related deaths (2-4).
In 1995, Earth Day was blown out of the headlines by the Oklahoma City bombing.
Further references to events such as the raid on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco and the Oklahoma City bombing appeared in posters integrated into the sets.
From an article in The Washington Post datelined Hillsboro, West Virginia, on Resistance Records, the world's largest neo-Nazi music label: "The operation is the brainchild of William Pierce, the sixty-six-year-old founder of the National Alliance and author of The Turner Diaries, a novel of terrorism that apparently helped inspire the Oklahoma City bombing.
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).

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