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Interview: Keating #438848

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 19, 2001
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(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Interview held with Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating on the eve of the sixth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing; inset scenes shown of the aftermath of the federal building bombing. [KEATING - talks about the impact of the bombing as symbolized by Timothy McVeigh's whose execution is pending; comments on the suggestion of putting the execution on the Internet; suggests only the victims and their families should view the punishment being meted out; points out executions are rare but this is the most serious terrorist murder in the US; says the city and people are resilient and are healing.] Excerpt from the Pittsburgh Gazette editorial about McVeigh's punishment quoted.

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