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The Bill of Rights in Action The Aftermath of Terror Oklahoma bombing was a tragic occurrence that will linger for a Long time in our memories A large bomb blasted on April 19 1995 in front of the nine-story Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City 168 people were dead and 19 of them were children To commemorate the innocent victims the television broadcasted their funeral as Americans watched and commiserated with the victims family Soon after the bombing rumors speculated that foreign terrorists had set off the bomb Representatives of Arab and Muslim Americans immediately reported threats and feared retaliation Rescue workers worked hard until the last minute to save the last survivor The FBI immediately began investigation to bring killers justice As the first clue an agent found a scrap of metal that had been twisted by the explosion but it was soon discovered as a piece of truck axle with a vehicle identification number etched upon it The numbers are placed on auto parts to trace vehicles when they are stolen The second clue came from a bank camera across the street of the bombed building which showed a Ryder rental truck parked in front of the building just before the blast It turned out that the truck had been rented two days prior to the bombing but the two men used false identifications to borrow it Nevertheless the FBI obtained descriptions and made composite sketches which they broadcasted nationwide In addition the FBI spread out Junction City to ask questions Soon tips from the public came in As a result the FBI recognized Tim McVeigh as a suspect McVEigh was a former army soldier who hated the federal government He was especially angry about the federal raid on the Branch Davidian compund in Waco Texas The seige took place two years prior to the Oklahoma bombing on April 19 1993 The investigators realized the bomb was set
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