It seems to me that if success has a thousand fathers, failure has a
thousand pointing fingers. The Oklahoma City bombing was blamed
on McVeigh, who did admit to carrying it out; Terry Nichols is
acknowledged to have played a role. But those who were paying
attention at the time can remember a number of investigative avenues
that weren't ever followed up on, many of which suggested some form of
Middle Eastern involvement.
I'm not one to follow crazy conspiracy theories, but the Clinton
Administration line (that is, that the whole thing could be blamed on
"right-wing militias") never sat right with me. It's possible
that McVeigh and Nichols operated without any external support, but
there's also some evidence that more people were involved. Is it
credible? You decide. I'm not ready to sign on myself. But I just might buy the book to find out.
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