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Source:  IndieWire

The Oklahoma City bombing occurred more than 20 years ago, but it remains the worst act of domestic terrorism in America. “Oklahoma City” traces the interactions between law enforcement and fringe groups in Ruby Ridge and Waco that led to Timothy McVeigh’s deadly bombing.

After a screening of the PBS American Experience film at the International Documentary Association’s annual screening series, director Barak Goodman and producer Emily Singer Chapman said in a Q&A that there is a very clear line between the anti-government white supremacist groups living off the grid in the 1990s and the alt-right movement today.

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