American Militia 3: The Oklahoma City Bombing (with Ali Keane)
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Cian and Ali return to the American Militia miniseries, and take a look at the life and crimes of Timothy McVeigh, a man who was inspired by the events of Ruby Ridge and Waco to strike against the federal government himself, committing the terrible Oklahoma City Bombing. We cover: -the Turner Diaries -the conspiracy that McVeigh was a patsy and was never executed -McVeigh's military experience -McVeigh's gun fixation -Racism in the world of the militia movement -details of the bombing -McVeigh's interest in numerology and Star Trek NOTES: Check out our patreon here:  patreon.com/wideatlanticweird American Terrorist, Lou Michel, Dan Herbeck https://books.google.ie/books/about/American_Terrorist.html?id=_kPdAAAAIAAJ&redir_esc=y Aberration In The Heartland, Wendy Painting https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23281022-aberration-in-the-heartland-of-the-real Racist Foundation Of Oregon, Oregonlive.com https://www.oregonlive.com/history/2020/06/oregons-founders-sought-a-white-utopia-a-stain-of-racism-that-lives-on-even-as-state-celebrates-its-progressivism.html
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