Bombing conspirator reveals more details

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Bombing conspirator Terry Nichols has been meeting with the FBI and has revealed additional details about his involvement in the 1995 attack that destroyed the Oklahoma City federal building, his mother said Sunday.
Nichols, serving life in prison on federal and state convictions for the bombing that killed 168 people, acknowledged that he helped Timothy McVeigh acquire ammonium nitrate fertilizer and racing fuel that were combined to make the explosive, and helped assemble the bomb components, said Nichols' mother, Joyce Wilt of Lapeer, Mich.

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