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    2. Timothy McVeigh - Wikipedia

      Timothy James McVeigh (April 23, 1968 – June 11, 2001) was an American domestic terrorist convicted and executed for the detonation of an ammonium nitrate ...

    3. Timothy McVeigh - -

      Timothy McVeigh was convicted of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, one of the deadliest acts of terrorism in American history. He was executed for his crimes.

    4. McVeigh Funeral Home - Albany, NY


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    5. The Oklahoma City Bombing & The Trial of Timothy McVeigh

      A collection of primary documents, essays, ancient texts, maps, photos, paintings and other materials relating to the Lizzie Borden trial of 1893.

    6. 20 years after the Oklahoma City bombing, Timothy McVeigh ...

      McVeigh found himself on death row after parking a rental truck packed with 4,800-pounds of explosives just outside the building.

    7. McVeigh Worship: The New Extremist Trend -

      In extremist circles, there appears to be a bump of interest in Timothy James McVeigh.

    8. - Timothy McVeigh - March 29, 2001

      Timothy McVeigh was born April 23, 1968 in Pendleton, New York, and grew up in that rural commuity near Buffalo, Niagara and Canada. He was the middle of ...

    9. McVeigh regarded bombing that killed 168 people a failure ...

      AUSTIN, Texas — Timothy McVeigh considered the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building 20 years ago somewhat of a failure, viewed himself as a...

    10. Timothy McVeigh Profile - CNN

      McVeigh joined the Army in 1988 and was sent to Fort Benning, Georgia, for basic training. He took to Army life immediately. "He was the best solider I met when I was ...

    11. The Meaning of Timothy McVeigh | Vanity Fair

      Americans were fed the story of Timothy McVeigh’s trial and execution as a simple, unquestionable narrative: he was guilty, he was evil, and he acted largely alone.