WHAT NICHOLS REVEALED

HIS NINE-HOUR FBI INTERROGATION AFTER THE BOMBING IN OKLAHOMA CITY HAS BEEN KEPT SECRET--UNTIL NOW

When the truck bomb went off in Oklahoma City 2 1/2 years ago, virtually everyone in the country learned of it instantly and sat gazing at the television, immobilized by shock. Everyone, that is, except Terry Nichols, the man accused of helping Timothy McVeigh build the bomb. Nichols didn't have cable service at the time and his TV reception was lousy, so he didn't know about the incident until the next day. While the whole wired world was rapt by the tragedy, the alleged accomplice was hanging around his house in Herington, Kansas, as if April 19, 1995, were a day...

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