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Date: Mon, 14 Jul 1997 19:13:13 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Grand jury calls 6 in Oklahoma City bombing  inquiry (fwd)

>Grand jury calls 6 in Oklahoma City bombing  inquiry
>July 13, 1997
>Web posted at: 11:43 a.m. EDT (1543 GMT) 
>(CNN) -- An Oklahoma grand jury investigating the 1995 bombing of the
>Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City has subpoenaed six
>people to testify this week, The Oklahoman newspaper reported Sunday. 
>Among those called to testify are a state representative who has accused
>the federal government of covering up what it knows about the bombing,
>and two men who claim to have seen Timothy McVeigh in the vicinity of
>the April 19, 1995, bombing. 
>McVeigh was convicted in federal court on June 2 of setting off the bomb
>that killed 168 people. He was later sentenced to death. His
>co-defendant, Terry Nichols, is scheduled to go on trial September 29. 
>Oklahoma City accountant Glenn Wilburn, who lost two grandsons in the
>explosion, and Republican state Rep. Charles Key led a petition drive to
>force a new inquiry into the blast. Key, who received one of this week's
>subpoenas, and Wilburn don't believe the government is telling the truth
>about the blast. 
>"I am anxious for us to win this battle that we have been fighting so
>long to reveal the truth," Key said. "I am going in there and telling
>them everything we have prepared and gathered in the last 1 1/2 to 2
>Banker Kyle Hunt also confirmed he had been subpoenaed but declined to
>be interviewed by The Oklahoman. He previously told the FBI that he saw
>a Ryder truck followed by a car near the federal building about a half
>hour before the explosion. McVeigh was one of three people in the car,
>he said. 
>David Snider, who also said he had been subpoenaed, told The Oklahoman
>he saw McVeigh and another man in a Ryder truck the morning of the
>blast. Snider said he believes he knows who the second man was, and
>believes his life is in danger because of what he knows. 
>The grand jury also has subpoenaed Dennis Mahon, a self-proclaimed white
>separatist whose former girlfriend, Carol Howe, an informant for the
>Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, claimed he and another man
>cased the Oklahoma City federal building. Mahon denies any involvement
>in the bombing. 
>V.Z. Lawton, a management specialist for the U.S. Department of Housing
>and Urban Development, told the newspaper he had received a subpoena. He
>was in the building when the bomb went off. Oscar Johnson, general
>manager of the company that maintained the elevators in the federal
>building, also received a subpoena.

Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
B.A., Political Science, UCLA;  M.S., Public Administration, U.C. Irvine

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