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Oklahoma City bombing Alfred Murrah building

It is almost thirty years after the bombing in Oklahoma City where a lone suspect Timothy McVeigh drove a Ryder truck up to a federal Office building, lit a bomb, then got away in a planted escape vehicle. Do we believe the official report? Of course not. We’ll tell you why.

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The incident on April 19, 1995 at the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City caused quite an alert to domestic terrorism in American history.

in which a bomb supposedly set up

In alleged narrative states that Timothy McVeigh, an Army veteran and security guard, parked a rented Ryder truck in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. Inside the vehicle was a powerful bomb made out of agricultural fertilizer, diesel fuel, and other chemicals several tons of it. McVeigh got out, locked the door, and headed towards his getaway car. He ignited one timed fuse, then another when at 9:02 a.m., the bomb exploded.

The bomb hit directly at the front of the building in which a third of it had been reduced to rubble, with many floors flattened like pancakes. Dozens of cars were incinerated and more than 300 nearby buildings in a 16 block radius were damaged or destroyed. 168 people died, including children at the day care in the facility, with several more injured.

We examine the recorded evidence along with the deleted interviews that made it to media, however, were excluded from the official report.

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