Terrorism and Its Effects on the United States
Both McVeigh and Nichols identified with the "patriot movement," a loose alliance of extremist groups advocating resistance to national laws and political institutions. In June 1997, McVeigh was found guilty of murder in connection with the bombing and sentenced to death. Later in the year, Nichols was convicted of the less severe charges of manslaughter and conspiracy, and he was sentenced to life in prison in June 1998.
Terrorists from other parts of the world, especially the Middle East, continue to set off bombs and commit other crimes.
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