District Court in Salt Lake City, convicted Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols alleges that the bombing plot was actually under the supervision of top FBI officials.
What does OKBOMB stand for?
OKBOMB stands for Oklahoma City Bombing (FBI task force field office)
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where some claim to have seen the Virgin Mary, the site of the Oklahoma City bombing and Graceland, Elvis Presley's former home in Memphis, Tenn.
The act provides tax relief for victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Oklahoma City bombing and the anthrax letters by excluding from taxable income certain death benefits, payments from charitable organizations, forgiveness of debt and qualified disaster relief payments these victims receive.
With no published standards for security, property owners must take steps to protect their assets and save lives through protective design and proper technical security procedures," said Rittenhouse, a noted structural and blast engineer who has consulted on both attacks on the World Trade Center, the Oklahoma City bombing and on the construction of more than 100 Federal buildings and embassies around the world.
Many organized militias have, in fact, condemned the Oklahoma City bombing and have stated that those responsible for the attack do not represent the philosophy and goals of today's militia groups.
In a speech to the Wisconsin state convention of USTP before the Oklahoma City bombing, he said: "We should do what thousands of people across this nation are doing.