Oklahoma City Bombing Investigation

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The Oklahoma City bombing investigation conducted by the FBI was one of the most extensive investigations ever performed by the agency, ultimately leading to the conviction and execution of Timothy McVeigh (FBI, n.d.). Eventually, at the completion of the investigation the FBI conducted over 28,000 interviews, followed some 43,000 investigative leads, and collected three-and-a-half tons of evidence, and reviewed nearly a billion pieces of information (FBI, n.d.). Consequently, one of the most incriminating pieces of evidence recovered from the ruble was the rear axle of the Ryder truck used to transport the explosives to the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building (FBI, n.d.). Subsequently, the Ryder truck’s rear axle possessed a vehicle identification

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