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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Bombing / Memorial / Suspects #159516

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 23, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Memorial service for those who died in the bombing in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, noted. [President CLINTON - speaks.]

(Pentagon: John McWethy) The suspects in the bombing featured; details given of the status of suspects Terry Nichols, of Herington, Kansas, arrested absent without leave serviceman David Iniguez, Timothy McVeigh and James Nichols. [In Kingman, Arizona, neighbor Bob RAGIN - describes McVeigh's behavior.] [Nichols neighbor Dan STOMBER - describes their penchant for making bombs.] [Secretary of Defense William PERRY - opposes linking the militia groups to the United States military.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(New York: Brian Ross) The focus of the bombing investigation on right-wing militia groups featured; the background of Michigan militia leader Mark Koerncke outlined. [Waterford, Michigan, former militia leader Eric MALONEY - talks about Koerncke and his role as militia leader; says he warned the FBI about the chances of violence.] [Southern Poverty Law Center Morris DEES - describes the behavior of these militia groups.] Koerncke's fax sent to Representative Steve Stockman after the bombing noted.

Jennings, Peter;
McWethy, John;
Ross, Brian

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