FBI remembers Oklahoma City bombing with agent, survivor interviews

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As the 20th anniversary of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing on April 19, 1995 approaches, we’ve been sharing the stories of survivors and the families of those whose lives were changed forever 20 years ago.

The FBI is once again turning their attention Oklahoma City ahead of the anniversary, too.

In remembrance of the deadliest act of homegrown terrorism in the nation’s history, FBI.gov is sharing the stories of special agents who were there and a survivor who continues to honor the victims by sharing her remarkable story.

Featuring seven interviews and lots of photos, the page is a painstaking account of what the FBI knows happened before, during, and after 9:02 a.m. that devastating day.

They say the OKBOMB investigation, as it became known, is still one of the largest and most complex cases they’ve ever taken part in.

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