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U.S. Government Executes Timothy Mcveigh As Death Penalty Opponents in U.S. and Around Worldprotest
June 11, 2001
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Six Days Before the Scheduled Execution of Timothy Mcveigh, FBI Hands Mcveigh's Lawyersthousands of Formerly Withheld Documents: A Conversation with Mcveigh's Attorney
May 11, 2001
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Killings As Collateral Damage: What the U.S. Military and Gulf War Vet Timothy Mcveigh Havein Common
April 10, 2001
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Did Timothy Mcveigh Act Alone? Country's Leading Forensic Sketch Artist Asks Why FBI Neverlooked for Other Suspects in the Oklahoma City Bombing
May 15, 2001
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"The Oklahoma Conspiracy": Was Mcveigh the Lone Bomber? A Conversation with Investigativereporter Andrew Gumbel
May 14, 2001
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The Oklahoma City Bombing Ten Years Later
April 19, 2005
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What Do the Washington-Area Sniper, the University Ofarizona Killer and Timothy Mcveigh Have in Common? They Were All Gulf War Vets. We Talk with Gulf Warveteran Charles Sheehan-Miles, Author of the A
November 11, 2002
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Bush Begins European Tour in Madrid and Is Greeted By Thousands of Protesters Chanting"Assassin" and "Compassionate Killer;" a Discussion with the Coordinator of the United Left Party Inspain
June 12, 2001
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Witness to An Execution
June 11, 2001
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St. Patrick's Four Acquitted of Federal Conspiracy Charges
September 28, 2005
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