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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Bombing / Nichols Trial #378505

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 07, 1998
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Denver: Diana Olick) The ending of the jury deadlock by Judge Richard Matsch in the penalty phase of the trial of Terry Nichols for his role in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing featured; courtroom sketches shown. [Afterwards, jury foreperson Niki DEUTSCHMAN - explains the jury's gridlock.] [Nichols' attorney Michael TIGAR, lead prosecutor Larry MACKEY, victims' RELATIVES - react.] The deep division within the jury in this case over the death penalty stated. (Artist: Pat Lopez)

(Studio: Dan Rather) Opinion from Nichols' juror Holly Hanlin presented. [In response to questions, HANLIN - explains the deadlock, the jury's relationship and what Nichols knew.]

Olick, Diana;
Rather, Dan

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