Explores the political intrigues that may have brought about the terrorist bombing of Oklahoma City's Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
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Hoffman's argument that Timothy McVeigh was a pawn of others in the April 1995 Oklahoma City bombing begins with a single but powerful premise: that a bomb made of fertilizer and fuel oil couldn't have caused the massive structural damage to the Murrah Federal Building, despite the federal government's insistence to the contrary. Hoffman's experts argue that it would have taken either a special explosive additive to the fuel oil-fertilizer bomb or military-type explosives to create sufficient destructive power. Both suppositions point to a conspiracy larger than simply McVeigh and his friend Terry Nichols. Hoffman believes the real architects of the tragedy are neo-Nazi groups McVeigh mixed with, possibly connected to Middle Eastern terrorists. With McVeigh and Nichols both found guilty, some people wish to end the matter. Hoffman's mountain of evidence will suggest to others that additional co-conspirators may very well exist. Brian McCombie
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