Oklahoma City Anniversary
It is today exactly 15 years since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City.
What was it that happened on that day? Let's have a look at what Wikipedia says:
What I personally find a little strange about that explanation is that it doesn't even *try* to say anything about the other two (undetonated) bombs that were found in the building. According to Wikipedia, the Murrah building were (partially) blown up with an amateur rig that mostly consisted of ammonium fertilizer.
However that may be, a person, Timothy McVeigh, was apprehended, charged with the crime, and ultimately executed.
Meanwhile, as can be expected, the conspiracy theories flourished, as they still do.
However, the public seemed satisfied with the outcome. It was decided that - in face of evidence to the contrary - the Oklahoma City bombing was carried out by a rogue "survivalist" militia type of guy, which indicated to everybody what sinister people those are, and what they are capeable of doing, in all their government-hating madness.
What cannot be doubted is that it was a terrible incident which brought a lot of grief to many people.
Here's some news footage from that day:
"The idea of God is the sole wrong for which I cannot forgive mankind." (Alphonse Donatien De Sade)