Did Timothy McVeigh act alone when he detonated a bomb in Oklahoma in 1995?
Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue believes there’s video evidence to prove that McVeigh had help.
But the FBI, after many delays, finally issued a report that shows the bureau did not pressure a government operative into not testifying, the Associated Press reports.
The records indicate the former operative, John Matthews, didn’t want to testify and asked not to be a part of the case.
FBI inspectors concluded Matthews was never discouraged from testifying after they reviewed five recorded phone conversations between Matthews and an agent.
According to one transcript, Matthews was insistent he didn’t want to testify.
“I’m going to sit there on the stand and say I don’t recall anything,” he said.
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