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On April 19, 1995, our nation experienced a horrific domestic (home grown) terrorist attack. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were responsible for bombing the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The blast killed 168, including 19 children. In 1997 McVeigh was convicted of 11 counts of murder, conspiracy and using a weapon of mass destruction in federal court.
Also in 1997 Nichols was convicted of eight counts of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction and eight counts of involuntary manslaughter in federal court. In addition in 2004 Nichols was convicted of *** victim and one victim fetus) counts of murder in state court.
Do you believe that McVeigh received a fair trial, and why do you believe that McVeigh was not charged with the 161 murders but Nichols was? Also, even though McVeigh committed a capital offense, he was still a veteran. On November 21, 1997, President Bill Clinton had signed S. 923, special legislation introduced by Senator Arlen Specter to bar McVeigh and other veterans convicted of capital crimes from being buried in any military cemetery. Do you believe veterans who are convicted of federal and state crimes, should lose the privilege of being buried in any military cemetery? Please explain?
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