Nichols Spared Death Penalty as Jury Deadlocks

Terry Nichols, convicted of conspiracy in the Oklahoma City bombing, will be spared the death penalty. Members of a jury in McAlester, Okla., were unable to reach agreement during deliberations in the penalty phase of the trial. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Scott Gold of the Los Angeles Times.

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