DETOURS ON THE TRAIL OF THE BOMBERS

AS TERRY NICHOLS IS CHARGED, LAWYERS GATHER AND INVESTIGATORS SIFT THE EVIDENCE

On the same day that Stephen Jones announced he would be defending Timothy McVeigh in the Oklahoma City bombing case, he hired a security firm to protect his home outside Enid, Oklahoma. But that has not stopped the phone calls. Late last week the 54-year-old lawyer received a threat from someone the fbi believes is a known violent offender. "I have to take this seriously," Jones says. "The man said if I represented McVeigh, he was going to send a Ryder truck to my house and blow it up."

Jones understands that he has set himself up for many such threats....

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