The Oklahoma City Bombing:
The Glenn Wilburn Interview
On April 19, 1995, 168 people died and hundreds were injured in the bombing
of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
It was the deadliest act of domestic terrorism ever carried out in the United States.
Oklahoma City resident Glenn Wilburn lost two grandchildren in that bombing.
A C.P.A. by trade, Mr. Wilburn devoted a considerable amount of time and effort into the investigation of the Oklahoma City Bombing.
His findings will alarm you.
Q - Could an Oklahoma City Bombing happen again?
A - Oh, absolutely. This one could have been prevented. See, I think they had much more knowledge than just the fact there was danger downtown. They knew the perpetrators. I think they'd been watching them. I think they'd been following them. I think they allowed it to go right up to the edge, with full intention of stopping it, but they didn't get it stopped. Things changed in the last few hours. They should've stopped these guys a long time before they ever crossed into Oklahoma in that truck.
Q - You would like to see everybody who's involved in the bombing go down, not just McVeigh and Nichols.
A - That's exactly right. I've got 5 guys with Tim downtown that morning. I'm after those 5 guys.
Note: On July 15, 1997, Glenn Wilburn died of pancreatic
cancer. He was 46 years old.
It is the hope of this writer that one day the truth will be told about the Oklahoma City Bombing.