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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Bombing / Arrests #159546

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 25, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: John McWethy) Filing of bomb-making charges against brothers James Nichols and Terry Nichols, though not in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing, examined; details given of the background of the brothers and of their links to bombs and Oklahoma City. [US attorney Saul GREEN - sites the limits of the charges.] [Nichols neighbor Dan STOMBER - says James hates the government.] Further evidence linking suspect Timothy McVeigh to the bombing outlined. New FBI composite drawing of the as-yet-unidentified "John Doe No. 2" shown.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(New York: Brian Ross) The investigation in Kansas into links to the Oklahoma City bombing reviewed; scenes shown from Fort Riley, Kansas, where McVeigh and Nichols may have recruited for their militia group. [Michigan militia leader mark KOERNCKE - denies knowing the three men.] Evidence linking "Mark, from Michigan" to the Nichols brothers and McVeigh outlined. [Florida militia leader Ken KIRKLAND - says Koerncke knew McVeigh.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Oklahoma City: Lisa Stark) The extent of the crime scene in Oklahoma City featured; scenes shown of investigators searching for evidence in the vicinity of the damaged federal building and within the building. [Medical examiner's office Ray BLAKENEY - comments.]

Jennings, Peter;
McWethy, John;
Ross, Brian;
Stark, Lisa

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