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posted by timeless test
Frankly he could probably have been albino in the older images and it wouldn't have been apparent.
Originally posted by 7Ayreon
Babys tend to have there eye colour changing through the years of growth...
That is a ridiculous statement and an obvious exaggeration.
Originally posted by timeless test
can you honestly see blue eyes in that one without blowing it up?
posted by hikix
what exactly are you trying to prove by his eye color changing?!? My dad was born with brown eyes and now his eyes are green... maybe hes a terrorist too
Originally posted by Trauma
I'm trying to say that the McVeigh from before being arrested could possibly be a different person.
Originally posted by interestedalways
I didn't notice the light pupil reflection in the childhood photos of MeVeigh.
Originally posted by niteboy82
I am sure there are many others with "embarassing" high school photos that are now stars, that we can use for a reference.
Originally posted by Mechanic 32
Okay, but why? And where is the real Timothy McVeigh? And better still, who is this guy then (The one in prison)?
McVeigh's death sentence was delayed pending an appeal. One of his appeals was taken to the Supreme Court of the United States, which denied certiorari on March 8, 1999. He was ultimately executed by lethal injection at 7:14 a.m. on June 11, 2001, at the U.S. Federal Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana. He had dropped all of his existing appeals, while presenting no reason for doing so. He was 33 years old.
McVeigh invited California conductor/composer David Woodard to perform a 'prequiem' (a Mass for those who are about to die) on the eve of his execution, and he had also requested a Catholic chaplain. Ave Atque Vale was performed under Woodard's baton by a local brass choir at St. Margaret Mary Church, located near the Terre Haute penitentiary, at 7:00 p.m. on June 10, to an audience that included the entirety of the next morning's witnesses. McVeigh chose William Ernest Henley's poem "Invictus" as his final statement. His final meal consisted of two pints of Ben and Jerry's mint chocolate chip ice cream. McVeigh's execution was the first of a convicted criminal by the U.S. federal government since the execution of Victor Feguer in Iowa on March 15, 1963.
His body was disposed of by cremation in the retort at Mattox Ryan Funeral home in Terre Haute under the direction of funeral director Kevin Nickles. The cremated remains were then given to his lawyer for disposition. McVeigh's remains were scattered in an undisclosed location.