First of all I think anyone who is convicted of such a crime deserves to die. The Feds didn't waste much time putting McVaigh in the ground though. Seven years on death row is about half the usual time a condemned prisoner spends waiting to die. I guess McVeigh cooperated and refused to mount many appeals. Anyway it seems incomprensible that McVeigh acted alone in the actual bombing. A couple of people were convicted of aiding McVeigh but it wasn't alleged that they were involved the actual explosion. There were initial reports of wild claims by the ATF regarding alleged heroism but they were discounted. Apparently a federal judge was told not to come to work the day of the explosion and there wasn't a single ATF employee in the office that day. The explosion revived the fading administration of the sleaze-bag-in-charge and McVeigh was captured within an hour and a half from the time of the explosion. Sometimes law-enforcement gets lucky but not this lucky. My guess is that they had a description of McVeigh and his vehicle which means that they knew beforehand that something was going to happen. Why didn't the Feds search for John Doe #2? It leads me to my conspiracy theory. The ATF needed funding and Clinton needed a big score. I suggest that the Feds had an elaborate "sting" going where they would capture McVeigh as he was setting up the bomb but it went terribly wrong. There wasn't much of an effort by the leberal media to do an in-depth investigation so we are left with questions.