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Ashcroft: No further execution delay

Attorney General John Ashcroft said Thursday that 898 documents that initially weren’t provided to Timothy McVeigh’s defense have been handed over to his lawyers. But the attorney general said that none of the documents raises any doubts about the Oklahoma City bomber’s guilt and indicated he would not further delay McVeigh’s execution, now scheduled June 11. Later Thursday, McVeigh attorney Rob Nigh questioned Ashcroft for keeping the execution date in place when the investigation the attorney general requested is not complete. Full Story

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