Timothy McVeigh Biography
(American Domestic Terrorist Who Was Responsible for the 1995 ‘Oklahoma City Bombing’)
Birthday: April 23, 1968 (Taurus)
Born In: Lockport, New York, United States
Timothy James McVeigh was an American domestic terrorist who carried out the 1995 Oklahoma bombing. McVeigh was proficient in computer and socially withdrawn as a teenager. He later developed an interest in guns. Eventually, he joined the US Army and distinguished himself during in the Operation Desert Storm. On his release from the Amy, he secured some odd jobs before leading a peripatetic life, selling firearms at different fairs all over the USA. During this period, he became interested in gun rights, developing a paranoia that the federal government wanted to take it away. Taxes levied by the federal government also interested him. His anger was fueled by the Ruby Ridge in 1992 and Waco seize in 1993, instigating him to take revenge from the federal government. To make the boldest statement, he chose to bomb the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City after meticulously planning the operation with his friend Nicholas. He was arrested shortly after completing the operation and eventually got indicted on 11 counts. Sentenced to death, he was executed in 2001 with a lethal injection.