Thursday, May 05, 2005

Nichols Speaks

So Nichols is now starting to talk about the Oklahoma City bombing. He says others were involved. Let's see if this pans out and vindicates some of the theories about the mysterious John Doe character.

Congress may get involved and find out why these clues weren't pursued 10 years ago.
The claim that a third man was involved in the plot comes as a California congressman has begun pressing for answers to lingering questions about the worst act of domestic terrorism in the United States.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif. , chairman of the investigative arm of the House Committee on International Relations, has been collecting new evidence in the bombing and said he would announce soon whether to open formal hearings into the April 19, 1995, tragedy.

He says Nichols' knowledge about other potential conspirators is central to his investigation, especially since the components found in March in a crawl space below Nichols' home remained undetected for nearly a decade. The congressman said it was important to determine whether others were involved beyond Nichols and McVeigh, two Army pals who became anti-government zealots.


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