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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Bombing / McVeigh Execution #398563

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 10, 2001
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(Studio: Randall Pinkston) Findings of CBS News poll on the view of how the system has worked in the death penalty case of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bomber Timothy McVeigh cited.

(Terre Haute: Byron Pitts) The countdown to McVeigh's execution reviewed; scenes shown of the van moving McVeigh to the federal death house. [MINISTER - prays.] [McVeigh attorneys Robert NIGH, Nathan CHAMBERS - state McVeigh's point of view.] McVeigh's statement in the Buffalo News quoted.

(Studio: Randall Pinkston) Report introduced.

(Oklahoma City: Bob McNamara) The view from Oklahoma City on the eve of McVeigh's execution examined; scenes shown from the national memorial site. [Victim's father Paul HOWELL - says McVeigh should be stoned.] [Memorial guide/bomb survivor Richard WILLIAMS - outlines the questions people ask.]

(Studio: Randall Pinkston) Report introduced.

(Terre Haute: Cynthia Bowers) Death by lethal injections examined; details given of the lawsuit brought by attorneys for Joseph Minerd who wanted the McVeigh execution videotaped. [Northwestern University Medical School Dr. death penalty owner Edward BRUNNER - outlines potential problems with lethal injection executions.] [Attorney General John ASHCROFT - states policy.]

Bowers, Cynthia;
McNamara, Bob;
Pinkston, Randall;
Pitts, Byron

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