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7/18/2012 Listening Lounge
Glass Not Glitter from This Land Press
Neighbors of the Murrah Federal building recall the 1995 bombing that altered the life and culture of Oklahoma City.
22nd of July by George Drake, Jr.
On the 22nd of July, 2011, terror struck the capital of Norway in the form of a car bomb followed by a shooting massacre on a nearby island youth camp. On average, Norway has only 30 fatal gun killings each year, but the man behind the twin attacks, Anders Behring Breivik managed to nearly triple that number in 3 hours time. Eight young Norwegians retell the events and discuss their feelings about the the day that changed Norway forever.
A Fresh Look at the OK City Bombing from This Land Press
Andrew Gumbel, co-author of the book "Oklahoma City: What the Investigation Missed -- and Why it Still Matters" with Roger Charles, expounds on the connection between Timothy McVeigh and Elohim City. In his book, he alleges that government agencies neglected to complete investigations into the far right connections of the bombing, and that many questions remain unanswered.
July 18, 2012
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