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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Bombing / McVeigh Trial / The Verdict #376057

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 02, 1997
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(Denver: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Denver: Scott Pelley) The conviction of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing suspect Timothy McVeigh on all counts announced; details of the courtroom events described as scenes from outside the courthouse are shown; courtroom sketches shown while the account of the verdict reading is reviewed. [Prosecutor Joseph HARTZLER, victims' relatives Katherine ALANISE, Charles TOMLIN - react to the decision.] McVeigh's reaction discussed. (Artist: Pat Lopez)

(Denver: Dan Rather, Kristin Jeannette-Meyers) The penalty phase of the trial discussed.

(Oklahoma City: Diana Olick) The reaction by bombing survivors and victims' relatives in Oklahoma City featured. [Survivor Calvin MOSER, victims' relatives Jenny WALKER, Matt STORY - comment on the verdict.]

Jeannette-Meyers, Kristin;
Olick, Diana;
Pelley, Scott;
Rather, Dan

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