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News: April 19, 2004

Oklahoma Bombing Tape

Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were not the lone conspirators in the Oklahoma City bombing -- the attack that killed nearly 170 people in a few short seconds. They were part of a greater scheme, one that involved Islamic terrorists and at least one provable link to Iraq. (book by Jayna Davis).

A Secret Service document to be entered as new evidence this week contradicts government accounts of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, indicating the existence of a videotape showing Timothy McVeigh with accomplices at the scene. (WND Article)

A recent mainstream article states that a secret service document exists which refers to a surveillance video of the targeted building and includes footage of an unknown accomplice.

"Security video tapes from the area show the truck detonation 3 minutes and 6 seconds after the suspects exited the truck," says the document according to the Associated Press.

Of course, if the video exists the ramifications to the conviction of Nichols could be large as well as the credibility of the government's investigation. The question is what would be the motive to supress this tape?

Posted by tim at April 19, 2004 12:00 AM

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Follow-Up (April 21, 2004) to the "new evidence" alleged by Nichols' defense team:

Nichols Motion to Toss State Case Denied

McALESTER, Okla. (AP) - A judge denied a motion Wednesday to dismiss the state murder case against Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols, saying there was no basis for claims that evidence important to his defense was withheld

Posted by: Tim at April 21, 2004 9:58 PM


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