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Responding to Terrorism Victims: OKC and Beyond

The April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building (Murrah Building) in Oklahoma City sent shock waves throughout America. This event was the most devastating incident of domestic terrorism in our Nation’s history. The shock of this terrorist act was magnified by its location—the very center of our country. “This is the place, after all, where terrorists don’t venture. The Heartland. Wednesday [April 19] changed everything” (The Daily Oklahoman, April 20, 1995). The effect of the bombing was far reaching—extending well beyond the borders of Oklahoma. It created mass casualties and injuries, affecting not only the immediate victims, survivors, and the Oklahoma City community but also the entire Nation. Full Document

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