Mark Roberts Reports From Denver On The Latest Legal Maneuvers

in the Oklahoma City bombing case. Defense lawyers question the memories of several eyewitnesses federal prosecutors plan to call to the stand when the criminal trial begins in March. Defense teams for bombing suspects Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols will be in court today asking the judge to hold a hearing to decide whether the witnesses should be allowed to testify.



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