I think it's a hoax.
All of us understand the victims' plight. They are not the property of any side to this lawsuit. Their collective loss belongs to the country.
He's fine, he's OK
Was the person you delivered (food) to Mr. McVeigh?
If we let sympathy overcome reason, then sympathy becomes what race became in another case.
I expect it will be long and drawn out, exhaustive and costly.
You didn't feel<br/>sorry because they arrested the wrong man?
He is not a demon, though surely his act was demonic. Mr. McVeigh could very easily be considered the boy next door, and that is what is so serious about it. ... He is everyman.
Dead men don't tell tales. We don't want a Lee Harvey Oswald here. We don't want an Oliver Stone movie. We don't want a Warren Commission report.
I do think the public is entitled to know more about Mr. McVeigh than simply what the government releases anonymously.
Just because everybody uses language, that doesn't mean that they can write even tolerable prose.