Four years ago today, I published my first, albeit brief, article about the Oklahoma City Bombing. No investigative journalism. No interviews. More than anything, just an observance. Because I didn’t know much at the time.
On Sept. 27, 2009, I published another, Video Raises New Doubts About Oklahoma City Bombing Evidence, Investigation. It included my first mention of Jesse Trentadue’s relentless campaign to obtain copies of pre-explosion surveillance video shot by cameras in downtown Oklahoma City and, in turn, learn the truth about the death of his brother, Kenneth Trentadue, while in federal custody in Oklahoma City.