OK CITY BOMBING / CHARLES KEY REMARKS (1994)
OKLAHOMA STATE REPRESENTATIVE CHARLES KEY TALKS ABOUT HIS THEORY ON THE OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING.
2000s NEWS
FOOTAGE OF OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING SIX YEARS EARLIER, SMOKE POURING OUT OF BUILDING, LOADING BODY ON STRETCHER
OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING
The aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing, with rescue workers and dogs searching through the debris.
OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING
Events in Greece and Vietnam
Actualités Françaises
Various Subjects
militias, Oklahoma City bombing
150 die in Oklahoma terrorist attack
A terrorist attack kills over 150 people in Oklahoma City, USA. Co-production with the BBC.
1995
PREMIUM RATE - Alfred Murrah Federal Building, Oklahoma City - terrorist bombing aftermath from bombing April 19, 1995 - blown up bldg. - arrest of suspect David Iniguez supect lead away with sheet over head by FBI and ATF agents - Los Angeles Federal Bldgs - Timothy McVeigh convicted for domestic terrorism & executed on June 11, 2001 for the detonation of ammonium nitrate fertilizer and nitromethane truck bomb
USA: MAN ACCUSED OF OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING GOES TO TRIAL
USA: MAN ACCUSED OF OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING GOES TO TRIAL
DN-ZLB-121 Beta SP
BILL CLINTON
German Operation Barbarossa on the Eastern front in World War II.
View of the city, Pskov, on the Veilakaya river. A steel bridge is seen and city across it with smoke rising. German troops march in loose formation over a bridge in Novogorod. Views of German camouflaged tank (with shrubbery) and other armor and troops entering Soviet cities of Brest-litovsk, Minsk, Mogilev, and Vitebsk. View of German Panzer III tank heading toward the camera as it enters a narrow street in Smolensk. Animated map shows progress of these German advances and highlights German forces under German Field Marshal Gerd Von Runstedt cutting deep into the Ukraine. Headline on Chicago Daily News reads: "Nazis Claim Knock-out Victory" with subtitle line reading,"Moscow line cracks." Other newspapers reflect conviction that Soviet forces face imminent defeat by Germany. Slate shows communique issued by the German High Command, stating: "The issue in the East has already been settled. Smolensk is the last halt on the road to Moscow." More views of marching German troops. A battery of Soviet artillery firing from a snow-covered field. Animated map shows German forces moving close to Moscow. Foreign diplomats are moved from Moscow to the city of Kuibyshev. Hitler speaking on October 3, 1941, saying "This enemy is broken and will never rise again." Animated map depicts 500 thousand square miles of Soviet territory occupied by December, 1941, and compares it to the entire west central United States encompassing the states of : South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Fires raging in agricultural area of the Soviet Union. Destroyed Soviet industrial plants, and huge numbers of Soviet citizens under German occupation. Views of destroyed Soviet armor, aircraft and artillery pieces. As season changes, German forces are seen in rain gear moving slowly through cold rainy weather. Some walk beside horses and other ride on horse-drawn caissons along with artillery pieces. Segments of film show contrast between the German military strategies. The German forces would plunge deep into enemy territory and create an area of conquest. This is illustrated by a slate bearing Adolf Hitler's statement that, "A single blow must destroy the enemy, without regard for losses, a gigantic destroying blow." An animated map illustrates the success of this approach by the Germans in Poland, France, and the Balkans. German Generals seen planning the same "Blitz" strategy against the Soviets. Film shifts to the Soviet strategy, showing their idea of building stronger defense, as they fall back, taking advantage of the great size of their territory. Views of Soviet troops on the move. View of Shells knocking out a German tanks. Panzer III tanks advancing. Panzer VI tanks completely covered by German troops catching rides. Soviet field artillery and machine guns firing in cities, forcing German soldiers to leave their vehicles. Soviet cities bombed out and burning, with debris and obstacles limiting the ability of armor to navigate in them. Montage of battle scenes cities of Rostov, Kharkov, Kiev, Kursk, Smolensk, all thwarting the Nazi blitz into the Soviet Union. Battles being waged in cities. (World War II; WW II; World War 2; World War Two) Location: Soviet Union. Date: 1941.
Islam Project Office
hand held camera moves about, zooms in to close up of woman in red, rack focus to woman in black and white head scarf and back again about the history of head scarves during the time of the prophet, zoom out to close up of woman in black headscarf, pan left to medium shot of woman in light blue outfit talking about the political implications over the head scarf debate, camera moves left to medium shot of woman in pink, zoom in to close up about struggle of women through the ages, pan right to close up woman in black head scarf wishing to live in peace then changing the subject about Islamic extremism in the media from Oklahoma city bombing as well as in Turkey, as well as asking about why it is that the American media is fascinated with terrorism and its violence, swish pan left to close up of light blue dressed woman stating how not all followers of Islam are terrorists, hand held close up of woman in black headscarf speaking something in Turkish(?).
News Clip: Survivor
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story about the guilty verdicts of the building bombing in Oklahoma City. Includes an interview with survivor of the bombing. The story aired at 10pm.
OKLAHOMA CITY CSI
2000s NEWS
AERIAL OF A SMOKING BUILDING. THIS IS A DOMESTIC TERRORIST TRUCK BOMBING OF A FEDERAL BUILDING IN OKLAHOMA CITY.
News Clip: Oklahoma City bombings evacuations
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
FBI UPDATE ON OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING (05/04/1995)
THE LATEST DEVELOPEMENTS FROM OKLAHOMA CITY ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE FEDERAL BUILDING BOMBING.
DN-ZLB-116 Beta SP
BILL CLINTON
US OK Bombing Anny Carson (Lon NR)
Divisions 22 Years After Oklahoma City Bombing
OKLAHOMA BLITZER 2
Various Subjects
OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING
OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING
German Operation Barbarossa invasion of the Soviet Union is successful at first but then fails to defeat the Soviets
German forces overrunning Soviet cities and towns during Operation Barbarossa of World War II. View of the city, Pskov, on the Veilakaya river. A steel bridge is seen and city across it with smoke rising. German troops marching in loose formation over a bridge in Novogorod. Views of German armor and troops entering Soviet cities of Brest-litovsk, Minsk, Mogilev, and Vitebsk. View of German Panzer III tank heading toward the camera as it enters a narrow street in Smolensk. Animated map shows progress of these German advances and highlights German forces under German Field Marshal Gerd Von Runstedt attacking deep into the Ukraine. Headline on Chicago Daily News reads: "Nazis Claim Knock-out Victory" with subtitle line reading,"Moscow line cracks." Other newspapers reflect conviction that Soviet forces face imminent defeat by Germany. Slate shows communique issued by the German High Command, stating: "The issue in the East has already been settled. Smolensk is the last halt on the road to Moscow." More views of marching German troops. A battery of Soviet artillery firing from a snow-covered field. Animated map shows German forces movement close to Moscow and Foreign diplomatic representatives being moved from Moscow to city of Kuibyshev. Hitler speaking on October 3, 1941, saying "This enemy is broken and will never rise again." Animated map depicts 500 thousand square miles of Soviet territory occupied by December, 1941, and compares it to the entire west central United States encompassing the states of : South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Glimpse of fires raising much smoke in agricultural area of the Soviet Union, destroyed industrial plants, and huge numbers of Soviet citizens under German occupation. Destroyed Soviet armor, aircraft and artillery pieces. With winter coming on, views of German forces in rain gear moving slowly through cold rainy weather. Some walk beside horses and other ride on horse-drawn caissons along with artillery pieces. Segments of film show contrast between the German military strategies. The German forces would plunge deep into enemy territory and create an area of conquest. This is illustrated by a slate bearing Adolf Hitler's statement that, "A single blow must destroy the enemy, without regard for losses, a gigantic destroying blow." An animated map reminds the viewer of the success of this approach by the Germans in Poland, France, and the Balkans. German Generals seen planning the same "Blitz" approach against the Soviets. Film shifts to the Soviet strategy, showing their military planners idea of defense in depth, with multiple lines of successively stronger defense, taking advantage of the great size of their territory. Views of Soviet troops on the move. View of Shells knocking out a German tanks. Panzer III tanks advancing. Panzer VI tanks completely covered by German troops catching rides. Soviet field artillery and machine guns firing in cities, forcing German soldiers to leave their vehicles and seek them out. Soviet cities bombed out and burning, limiting the ability of armor to navigate in them. Montage of battle scenes cities of Rostov, Kharkov, Kiev, Kursk, Smolensk, standing in the way of the Nazi blitz into the Soviet Union. Battles being waged in cities. (World War II; WW II; World War 2; World War Two) Location: Soviet Union. Date: June 1941.
Oklahoma City Bombing Aftermath
After the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was bombed in Oklahoma City, firefighters and other rescuers worked together to recover bodies and clear debris from the building. Brief clip of a golden retriever participating in the rescue. A firefighter discusses the rescue process. A representative from the FBI speaks to the press and asks citizens with video footage of the area to come forward. Various clips of loose debris and destruction. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.