Timothy Mcveigh Analysis

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Terrorism has been a difficult subject to define due to its ever-changing methodology. For example, the Oklahoma City bombing conducted by Timothy McVeigh was considered “The worst act of homegrown terrorism in the nation’s history”. Many people believe that the Muslim culture who carried out the World Trade Center attack was backed by religious ideologies. Terrorism is how you want to view it in regards to the methods, tactics, planning and completion of the plan. The end state of terrorism is achieved by instilling fear and discomfort to a society who refuse to conform. Discussed later in the body of this paper will further show how tactics change the way of terrorism respectively.
McVeigh, was an Army veteran, a Bronze Star recipient who served his country during Operation Desert Storm, once idolized through the ranks of the military. McVeigh’s experience in the military and the current structure of the government at that time forced him to revolt in such a way that caused a catastrophic event which was known to be one of the worst acts of domestic terrorism. “And it was at that point when I was fully intent in my life that I was gonna live outside the law, I was only
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On September 11, 2001 the twin towers were the objective of a terrorist attack triggered by the darkness of Al-Qaeda with the head of the snake Osama Bin Laden. Like McVeigh, Osama Bin Laden came from a military background serving with the Mujahideen who fought against the Soviet Union during the end of the Cold War. This leader with beliefs that U.S. foreign policy has killed, burdened, and beleaguered the Muslims in the Middle East. The symbolic behind the attack of the World Trade Center would send a message to the Americas government, bring consequences to the economy, and produce mass