Today we revisit one of the most devastating domestic terrorism attacks in U.S. history. On April 19th, 1995, Deputy Marshal Chuck McNeil was a first responder to the federal building and then two days later he was put in charge of Timothy McVeigh, the man who had just murdered 168 people, many of his friends among them. Marshal Johnny Kulman, now the Marshal of the Western District of Oklahoma, was only a few blocks away at 9:02am and rushed to the federal building to help rescue survivors. In an act of "divine intervention", Trooper Chuck Hanger arrested Timothy McVeigh on a routine traffic stop just 90 minutes after detonation. Don't miss this moving episode.
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