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Shortly before he was to be released on April 21, Mc Veigh was recognized as a bombing suspect and was charged with the bombing.
When Mc Veigh's ex-Army buddy, Terry Nichols, discovered that he, too, was wanted for questioning, he voluntarily surrendered to police in Herington, Kansas, and was later charged in the bombing.
He sold copies of The Turner Diaries, and a flare gun which he said could shoot down an "ATF helicopter".
One author said, "In the gun show culture, Mc Veigh found a home.
His grandfather introduced him to guns, with which he became fascinated.
Mc Veigh told people he wanted to be a gun shop owner, and he sometimes took a gun to school to impress the other boys.
Mc Veigh used methamphetamine with Fortier, according to the latter; however, he evidently was not as interested in drugs as Fortier, as one of the reasons they parted ways was Mc Veigh's boredom with Fortier's drug habits. Mc Veigh wrote letters to local newspapers, asking questions such as "Is civil war imminent?
Mc Veigh would later tell journalists that he always said the wrong thing to women he was trying to impress.In a recorded interview with Time Magazine Mc Veigh professed his belief in "a God", although he said he had "sort of lost touch with" Catholicism and "never really picked it [back] up". Michel and Herbeck comment on the process of brutalization he went through as a recruit: "During dawn runs and their long, exhausting marches over the Georgia sand, their sound-offs revolved around killing and mutilating the enemy, or violent sex with women." He was a decorated veteran of the United States Army, having served in the Gulf War, where he was awarded a Bronze Star. He served at Fort Riley, Kansas, before Operation Desert Storm.The Guardian reported that Mc Veigh wrote a letter claiming to be an agnostic. He had been a top scoring gunner with the 25mm cannon of the light-armored Bradley Fighting Vehicles used by the U. At Fort Riley, Mc Veigh completed the Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC).His act, which killed 168 people, was the deadliest event of domestic terrorism in the United States, and the deadliest act of terrorism within United States borders until the September 11, 2001 attacks.Mc Veigh was born in Lockport, New York, and raised in nearby Pendleton, New York. He earned his high school diploma from Starpoint Central High School.