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This controversy is the subject of the latest investigation by James Ridgeway. It is the top story in the July-August issue of Mother Jones. It's called "In Search of John Doe No. 2: the Story the Feds Never Told about the Oklahoma City Bombing." And Jesse Trentadue joins us on the phone from Salt Lake City. He is an attorney whose brother Kenney Trentadue was killed in prison in August 1995. Jesse has since dug up FBI files that implicate the FBI in his brother's death and in the Oklahoma city bombings. Jesse now represents Terry Nichols and is seeking a deposition for him.
James Ridgeway. Washington bureau chief of Mother Jones. Author the new article "In Search of John Doe No. 2: the Story the Feds Never Told about the Oklahoma City Bombing."
Jesse Trentadue. Salt Lake City-based attorney whose brother Kenney Trentadue died in prison in August 1995.