One of the most comprehensive and thorough books written on the subject of Oklahoma City is Jim Keith's book - "OK Bomb! Conspiracy and Cover-Up" (Illumi-Net Press, P.O. Box 2808, Lilburn, GA 30226).
If you thought you knew everything there was to know about the Oklahoma City bombing, then Jim Keith's book will definitely open up your eyes as well as your mind.
What follows is a rather detailed and intense interview with Jim Keith about the Oklahoma City Bombing.

Q - Jim, to read your book, is to believe that both Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols were framed. Is that the view you'd like the reader to come away with?
A - What I was primarily trying to do was to bring out the discrepancies in the government and media reports of what came down and the way that McVeigh and Nichols were presented, the way that that contradicted the evidence as supplied by witnesses. I don't know frankly whether they were framed or not. There is that possibility. But, the record is rife with inconsistencies, with lies, with cover-ups and I was simply attempting to get a closer examination of the existing evidence.

Q - Do you believe authorities had prior knowl­edge about this bombing?
A - Apparently that was the case. Witnesses say there was a Bomb Squad at the Murrah Building hours prior to the bombing taking place. Also, we know the familiar story about the majority of the ATF agents not being present and any number of witnesses reporting there was advance warning at least to some of the employees of the Murrah Building.

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