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April 19th: The Oklahoma Bomb 

Through the life of the man who bombed the Alfred P Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995, especially on the reasons behind his behavior.

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Jon Ronson

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Jon Ronson

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Episode credited cast:
Jon Ronson ... Himself - Presenter (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
J.D. Cash J.D. Cash ... Himself - McCurtain Gazette, Oklahoma (as JD Cash)
Bill Clinton ... Himself (archive footage)
James Ellison James Ellison ... Himself - Co-Conspirator
Dan Herbeck Dan Herbeck ... Himself - McVeigh's Official Biographer
Carol Howe Carol Howe ... Herself (archive footage)
Oscar Johnson Oscar Johnson ... Himself - Manager, Midwestern Elevator
Dennis Mahon Dennis Mahon ... Himself - White Aryan Resistance
Jack McDermott Jack McDermott ... Himself - McVeigh's Next Door Neighbour
Liz McDermott Liz McDermott ... Herself - McVeigh's Next Door Neighbour
Timothy McVeigh ... Himself
Lou Michel Lou Michel ... Himself - McVeigh's Official Biographer
John Peeler John Peeler ... Himself - Ex-Government Informant
Floyd Ratcliffe Floyd Ratcliffe ... Himself - Owner, Lady Godiva's
Bob Ricks ... Himself
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Through the life of the man who bombed the Alfred P Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995, especially on the reasons behind his behavior.

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13 May 2001 (UK) See more »

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