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A gung-ho former soldier is charged with the worst act of home-grown terrorism in the U.S.

TIMOTHY MCVEIGH A gung-ho former soldier is charged with the worst act of home-grown terrorism in the U.S.

TERRORISTS SUCCEED BY REMAINING FACELESS. THEIR very anonymity allows them to move unnoticed among and around the people they plan, for reasons of their own, to maim or murder. But terrorists also occasionally get caught, although often, alas, after they have done their worst. And then the sight of their faces only deepens the mystery of their actions.

The world first caught sight of Timothy McVeigh on April 21, 1995. Shackled and escorted past the press and an angry crowd--McVeigh later told interviewers...

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