Danny Defenbaugh was the FBI agent in charge of the Oklahoma City Bombing
Of the Oklahoma City bombing
survivors, the most common psychiatric diagnosis was post-traumatic stress disorder, with 34 percent of participants suffering from the problem.
the Oklahoma City bombing
, the September 11 attacks, and other incidents of
Wright's Patriots, Politics, and the Oklahoma City Bornbing is a stellar study of the confluence of factors leading up to the Oklahoma City bombing
. Wright makes it clear that this bombing was not a one man show--the work of Timothy McVeigh.
My colleague Richard Matsch presided over the Oklahoma City bombing
case, which has been universally recognized as a paradigm of justice, efficiency, and decorum.
After the Oklahoma City bombing
, many building owners installed bomb abatement stanchions (ranging from oversized planters to steel bollards).
I was a high-school student living about twenty miles away from the site of the Oklahoma City bombing
In a volume dedicated to the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing
, Hogan (administrator for a town near Denver) and DeBoer (drinking water security coordinator, Colorado Department of Health and Environment) introduce infrastructure security planning.
If it is renewed, Yaure would like to see its scope expanded to include acts of domestic terrorism along the lines of the Oklahoma City bombing
or attacks by members of such homegrown groups as the Animal Liberation Front and the Earth Liberation Front.
LESSONS FROM THE OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING
: DEFENSIVE DESIGN TECHNIQUES
When combining index interview results from 182 survivors 6 months after the Oklahoma City bombing
and 137 reinterviews an average of 1 year after the index interview, the researchers found a 41% rate of PTSD, as opposed to the 32% rate at index and 31% rate at follow-up.
Answers may include times of war, such as World War II, or the country's reaction to the Oklahoma City bombing
or the 9/11 attacks.