McVeigh disturb action were allowed to get worst. He fell deeper into his belief that his country was the enemy. His action was meant not to hurt a few people but to destroy the government. He wanted to bring serious pain and start the ignition to bring down the government. How did the terrorist rehearse for the Murrah building bombings?Timothy McVeigh first scouted out the building he wanted to attack. Afterwards he did recon to gather details and plan out his attack. He practiced his attack as well as an escape route. He worked out the best time to set off the bomb and how long he had to escape. He also plan out an alternate plan if the main plan did not work. Given the background and activities of McVeigh, what are the lessons the authorities canlearn to identify and prevent future incidents in America?American citizens have their freedom of speech. They have a right to voice their contempt and hostile believe against the government. However, authorities should be vigilant when these beliefs start to become planned out terrrorism. Citizens who have military training should also beclosely monitored when they start to express hatred against the government. When they start to gather weapons and explosive, authorities should take a potential attack seriously. While UnitedStates citizens have a right to freedom of expression and beliefs, they are not allowed to kill.How would you grade law enforcement investigation of this incident?I believe law enforcement did an excellent job investigating the Oklahoma bombing. They thoroughly asked the right questions like who, what, where, and how. They tried to seek out a motive and the method of execution. They also tried to find and accomplished that illegallyaided in the attack. Their investigation helped prosecutors bring justice to the victims of the bombing.
Investigation ReportTimothy McVeigh was an an ex-trooper from the United States Army. On the morning of April 19, 1995, he parked a leased moving truck next to the federal building called the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, located in downtown Oklahoma City. The vehicles packed with explosives that he had assembled and gathered from various sources. Timothy McVeigh headed to the building and parked his vehicle and left. Timothy McVeigh walked to an adjacent
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