And naturally McVeigh was executed shortly after his conviction, so there's no chance of getting any info out of him as to who else might have been involved
there's no chance of getting any info out of him as to who else might have been involved
True... I too thought "end of story", however after reading an interesting article by Stephen Jones in Litigation Magazine Spring 2002
I've come to believe that information *is* available about a conspiracy beyond McVeigh and Nichols. The magazine article is hard copy, but here's a snippet from a transcript of an ABC GMA interview with Mr. Jones:
Mr. Jones, good to have you back with us.
Mr. STEPHEN JONES (Timothy McVeigh's Former Attorney): Thank you, Charlie.
GIBSON: When Timothy McVeigh says he essentially acted alone carrying out this bombing, do you think he's lying?
Mr. JONES: I do. I--I think that it's contrary to the evidence in the case and--and I'm able to tell you that now because he's clearly has waived the attorney-client privilege with this book.
GIBSON: You think there was someone with him when he rented the truck?
Mr. JONES: I do.
STEPHEN JONES, TIMOTHY MCVEIGH'S FORMER ATTORNEY, TALKS ABOUT SECRETS ~ peculiar site with transcript
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