Terry Nichols Case

— NPR's Mark Roberts reports from Denver on yesterday's prosecution testimony in the trial of Terry Nichols, who's accused of conspiring to bomb the federal building in Oklahoma City. Several firearms which federal agents seized from Terry Nichols were exhibited in the courtroom, and a witness testified that those guns had been stolen from an Arkansas gun dealer with whom she lived. The prosecution argues that Nichols planned to sell the firearms and use the proceeds for the Oklahoma City bombing conspiracy.

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