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Nichols Trial Resumes on Bombing Anniversary

Nine years after the Oklahoma City bombing, survivors and victims’ relatives gathered to grieve again while bombing conspirator Terry Nichols hoped to avoid death row for his role in the blast. Memorial services were scheduled in Oklahoma City and McAlester on Monday to remember the 168 victims of the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Survivors and victims’ relatives were scheduled to gather at the Oklahoma City National Memorial at 9:02 a.m. — the moment the bomb detonated. Plans included reading the names of the victims and observing 168 seconds of silence, one second for each of those who died. Survivors and members of victims’ families attending Nichols’ trial in McAlester planned a private observance at noon at the First Baptist Church, located behind the courthouse. Full Story

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