Bloody But Unbowed : Timothy McVeigh And The Death Penalty
Out of all of the attacks carried out by enraged American
citizens against the U.S. Government, the most shocking and
deadly one to date occurred over twelve years ago, on the
morning of April 19, 1995 when a massive truck bomb was det-
onated outside of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This massive explosion resulted in
the untimely death of one hundred and sixty-eight persons,
and hundreds more were wounded.
To this day, rumours abound amongst conspiracy theorists,
regarding whether or not the accused, Timothy J. McVeigh,
who was put to death by lethal injection during the early
morning of June 11, 2001 at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre
Haute, Indiana, and his accused accomplice, Terry Nichols,
who is currently serving a life sentence, really acted
alone, or if they might have merely been scapegoats for a
much larger conspiracy against the US Government.
While I personally have not come to any final conclusions
regarding this matter, in my view, I think that we would all
be wise to not just blindly accept the twisted truths which
are often spoon-fed to the American population by the
government's propaganda organ, the mass media.
But this article, "Bloody But Unbowed : Timothy McVeigh And
The Death Penalty", addresses another issue: why did McVeigh
do the things that he did? What truly motivated him? What
was going through his mind during that period of his life?
Did he make the right choice? Read this article and find
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