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Jane Thomas, a staff member at the Oklahoma City National Memorial, yesterday tended to one of the chairs representing the 168 people killed in the 1995 bombing of the Murrah building.

Militias' era all but over, analysts say

By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / April 19, 2005

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Ten years after Timothy McVeigh detonated a truck bomb that killed 168 people at the Oklahoma City federal building, the antigovernment militias that attracted intense police scrutiny after the bombing have all but disappeared, according to analysts who track the groups. (Full article: 1196 words)

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