The Oklahoma City Bombing: A Look Back

The Oklahoma City Bombing: A Look Back
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John Doe No. 1
Timothy McVeigh, above center, was arrested on weapons charges — less than 90 minutes after the attack — after being pulled over for driving without a license plate. He was later charged, convicted and sentenced to death in federal court. "I didn't define the rules of engagement in this conflict," McVeigh said in an interview. "The rules, if not written down, are defined by the aggressor. It was brutal, no holds barred. Women and kids were killed at Waco and Ruby Ridge. You put back in [the government's] faces exactly what they're giving out."

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