Understanding Timothy McVeigh

Reavis, Dick J.
September 1997
Nieman Reports;Fall97, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p50
Discusses the author's coverage of the arrest and trial of Timothy McVeigh in the bombing of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Testimony of the author in the trial; Investigations conducted by the author; Difference between Timothy McVeigh and the press.


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