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According to the FBI, McVeigh wasn't a terrorist

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Submitted by Shep Fargotstein (United States), Jul 10, 2002 at 09:32

According to the FBI, if an act of premeditated violence against innocent civilians is based on the actions of a deranged individual who is not "officially" connected to a larger terrorist group, then they believe it should be classified as a hate crime. Using this lame theory, then Timothy McVeigh wasn't a terrorist. Tell that to the families of the victims in Oklahoma. I bet they have a few choice adjectives to describe the FBI.
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