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Oklahoma Bomb Conspirator Faces Possible Death

A state murder trial for Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols, already serving a life sentence on federal manslaughter charges, begins on Monday with Oklahoma prosecutors aiming for the death penalty. Nichols, 48, was convicted on federal charges of manslaughter and conspiracy in the deaths of eight federal officers among the 168 people killed in the April 19, 1995, bombing. The Oklahoma trial is on 160 first-degree murder charges for the other people killed in the blast and will likely bring the death penalty if Nichols is convicted. One more murder charge may be added for the death of a fetus that perished when a pregnant mother died in the blast. Full Story

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