28 min

1: The Hands of Time Fall to Rest at 9:02 AM Timothy McVeigh vs. The USA

    • Documentary

On the first episode, we'll begin our case study of the largest act of domestic terrorism by hearing the tales of those who lived through the blast, and those responsible for the rescue operation. We'll learn that the "most important piece of evidence fell out of the sky," how that piece of evidence gave investigators the name "Robert D. Kling," and how witnesses helped sketch artists show the world two faces who could be responsible for this crime: John Doe Number 1 and John Doe Number 2. Visit AMurderousDesign.com for more information about the trial including an interactive Trial Visualization Report where viewers can search summaries of testimony by witness, date, and subject matter. Episodes include quotes from one of the lead prosecutors on the case, Indianapolis Attorney Larry Mackey, as well as quotes from Mr. McVeigh's lead counsel Oklahoma
Lawyer Stephen Jones and his choice to handle the forensic evidence in the trial, Houston Lawyer Christopher Tritico. The entire transcript is available at Oklahoman.com. Based on these transcripts, the first 6 episodes document the trial. The last 4 contain the full interviews from Mr. Mackey, Mr. Jones and Mr. Tritico. In the final episode of A Murderous Design, we sit down with journalist and Timothy McVeigh Biographer Lou Michel, who, along with Dan Herbeck wrote the New York Times Best Seller "American Terrorist."

On the first episode, we'll begin our case study of the largest act of domestic terrorism by hearing the tales of those who lived through the blast, and those responsible for the rescue operation. We'll learn that the "most important piece of evidence fell out of the sky," how that piece of evidence gave investigators the name "Robert D. Kling," and how witnesses helped sketch artists show the world two faces who could be responsible for this crime: John Doe Number 1 and John Doe Number 2. Visit AMurderousDesign.com for more information about the trial including an interactive Trial Visualization Report where viewers can search summaries of testimony by witness, date, and subject matter. Episodes include quotes from one of the lead prosecutors on the case, Indianapolis Attorney Larry Mackey, as well as quotes from Mr. McVeigh's lead counsel Oklahoma
Lawyer Stephen Jones and his choice to handle the forensic evidence in the trial, Houston Lawyer Christopher Tritico. The entire transcript is available at Oklahoman.com. Based on these transcripts, the first 6 episodes document the trial. The last 4 contain the full interviews from Mr. Mackey, Mr. Jones and Mr. Tritico. In the final episode of A Murderous Design, we sit down with journalist and Timothy McVeigh Biographer Lou Michel, who, along with Dan Herbeck wrote the New York Times Best Seller "American Terrorist."

28 min