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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Washington: John McWethy) The status of the investigation of suspects in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing case updated; the release after questioning of Gary Land and Robert Jacks, though parts of their stories are still being looked into, noted. [LAND, JACKS - defend themselves.] The profile sketch of "John Doe No. 2," who is still being sought, shown. The legal status of suspects Timothy McVeigh and brothers James Nichols and Terry Nichols noted. [Pool reporter Gary BAUMGARTEN - reads a quote about bombing attributed to James Nichols.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The number of bodies recovered in the federal building updated.
(Oklahoma City: Lisa Stark) The details of the bombing itself examined; animation of the blast shown. [Structural engineer Ron WHITE - describes what happened to the building floors; says vehicles need to be kept away from the buildings.] Some bomb-proof design suggestions outlined on screen.
- Jennings, Peter;
- McWethy, John;
- Stark, Lisa
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