Oklahoma City Bombing is a term commonly used to describe the false flag terror attack that took place against the United States for the purpose of creating tougher laws against citizen groups that may rise against the government in coming years.
Three bombs were placed inside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. Only one of the bombs exploded, but it killed 168 people. Numerous local Oklahoma media outlets reported that two other bombs were found in the building and defused. There was no initial mention of any truck explosion.