The Timothy McVeigh Case and Its Impact on Media Law

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Timothy McVeigh’s bombing of a federal building in downtown Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, caused the deaths of 168 people, 19 of them children. More than 600 others were injured, and 300-some buildings were affected, resulting in at least $650 million in damage. It is among the most deadly, destructive acts of domestic terrorism in United States history.

 

In journalism circles, McVeigh’s case is also remembered for another reason: It has come to be a classic in the free press-fair trial area.

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