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The Oklahoma City Bombing Analysis

- On April 19, 1995, one hundred sixty-eight people were killed including nineteen children. Three hundred twenty-four other buildings within a sixteen block radius were also severely damaged because of a lack of national security. At 9:03 a.m., a Ryder truck arrived just outside of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. A bomb made with a deadly cocktail of agricultural fertilizer, diesel fuel, and ammonium nitrate had been planted in the back of the truck and was set to detonate in a short time....   [tags: oklahoma city, bombing, government security]

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The Economic and Social Impacts of the Oklahoma City Thunder

- In overtime, behind and with little time on the clock Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook sinks an off balanced three and pushes the Thunder past the Golden State Warriors 113-112. This happened on November 29th, 2013 but 9 years prior this was all a dream of the people in Oklahoma City. It all started on August 29, 2005 when hurricane Katrina released hell on New Orleans. Most of New Orleans was destroyed by flood waters. This caused the New Orleans Hornets to temporarily relocate to Oklahoma City....   [tags: Oklahoma City Thunder]

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The Bombing Of Oklahoma City

- On the morning of April 19, 1995 a former soldier, named Timothy McVeigh, drove a truck outside of the Alfred P. Murrah government building in downtown Oklahoma City. Inside the truck was a homemade explosive device. McVeigh got out of the truck and walked to his getaway car. At precisely 9:02 a.m. the truck bomb exploded. Killing 168 people, including 19 children. Over 600 people were injured and close to 300 surrounding buildings took damage. This attack at Oklahoma City was the worst terrorist attack on American soil, until 9/11....   [tags: Capital punishment]

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Oklahoma City Bombing

- Acts of terrorism are carried out due to ideologies that are followed by terrorists. These ideologies do not cease to exist with the apprehension of any particular terrorist that commits one act of terrorism. A clear example to point out is the death of Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda and their beliefs have continued full force despite the apprehension and execution of one of their top leaders. Their beliefs in their ideology will continued to fuel motives for potential acts of terrorism in the future....   [tags: domestic terrorism, Timothy McVeigh ]

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The Oklahoma City Bombing: Timoty McVeigh

- On April 19 1995 the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building had a 7,000 lb. fertilizer bomb detonated in front of it killing 168 people and injuring 680. Ninety minutes later the police found Timothy McVeigh on driving without a license plate and unlawful carrying of a gun. Evidence found then quickly linked McVeigh to the bombing. McVeigh was then executed by lethal injection on June 11 2001. After major federal executions such as Timothy McVeigh, Osama Bin Laden, and the Rosenberg’s there has been an increase in the number of smaller terrorist plots and more executions, leading me to conclude that the death penalty is not a deterrent in cases of terrorism and seditious acts, because it makes th...   [tags: dead penalty, execution]

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Oklahoma City Bombing: Timothy McVeigh

- The Oklahoma City Bombing was a domestic terrorist bomb attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in April 19, 1995. It was lead by Timothy McVeigh, an Army veteran of the Persian Gulf War. The explosive was a homemade bomb which was built by McVeigh and the help of Terry Nichols; the bomb consisted of a deadly cocktail and was put inside a rented Ryder truck in front of the Murrah Federal Building . McVeigh then proceeded out of the truck and headed towards his getaway car a few blocks away....   [tags: domestic terrorist, waco siege]

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Thunder Games Impact Oklahoma City

- ... The fan gear and the food from the games help the association keep the courts and the seats very clean and appealing to the fans that come to watch the game. Many new food chains and stores for team merchandise has appeared around the Chesapeake Arena, which means that the people are returning for more each game and they are leaving the arena satisfied and in a good mood. “The loss of Thunder basketball games would mean an economic impact of sixty million dollars to the city” said the chamber officials during the NBA lock-out....   [tags: basketball, team, court]

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Changes to Oklahoma City from the Thunder Sports Team

- Ever since the Thunder has been established in Oklahoma City, the state has gone through many different changes that has bettered the well being. When one thinks about the impacts of major sports teams, the first thing to come to mind is the amount of money that the franchise raises. Overall, the impact of the Thunder has been a positive one; through supporting families and individuals in need by spreading faith, bringing more media exposure to Oklahoma, making the city more known and by bringing in more money for jobs and for the economy....   [tags: economy, community, impact]

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Timothy James McVeigh: The Oklahoma City Bomber

- The majority of criminals all have motives or reasons for why they decided to do their crimes, even though they may be categorized as different types of crime. It also might include violent crimes such as those done by serial murders as well as foreign and domestic terrorist attacks such as the Oklahoma City Bombing of 1995. In the following work, I will be discussing about Timothy McVeigh who is also known as the Oklahoma City Bomber and what may have caused him to commit this crime including existing theories to explain why McVeigh decided to plan and execute the bombing of an federal building in Oklahoma....   [tags: American Terrorist]

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Sports: How Thunder Impact Oklahoma City

- The Oklahoman’s have always been looking for a high profile team to represent basketball in their state, the Thunder organization has accomplished more than you can imagine by helping this city become what it is today. Today Oklahoma City has many fans that go to Thunder games and cheer on as they are kept at their toes in suspense for the next highlight reel. The Thunder has impacted Oklahoma City in many ways including, economy improvement, business profits, and promotes our entire state. The economy of Oklahoma has reached new heights after the Thunder established a dominant position in the National Basketball Association....   [tags: basket ball team, games, high profile team]

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