SOMETHING BIG IS GOING TO HAPPEN

FROM ARIZONA TO A KANSAS MILITARY BASE TO NEW YORK, THE INVESTIGATION CONSIDERS A WEB OF LEADS, INCLUDING THE POSSIBILITY OF A WIDER CONSPIRACT

True, Timothy McVeigh didn't hold a steady job, but he never seemed to want for money. In the days leading to the Oklahoma bombing, he paid cash for his motel room in Junction City, Kansas; he paid cash for the Ryder truck that allegedly carried some 5,000 lbs. of explosives to Oklahoma; and he forked over $250 (and his old Pontiac) for the Mercury he was driving when he was arrested. In Kingman, Arizona, the owner of the trailer park where the suspect lived in 1993 says he saw McVeigh flashing around "a big wad of money." Investigators have told Time...

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