Terry Nichols

Divisions abound 22 years after Oklahoma City bombing

Remembering the Oklahoma City bombing has taken on a new meaning for Brian Martinez in the era of Donald Trump.

His father, a pastor, was among the 168 people killed in the explosion at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995, that remains the deadliest act of domestic terrorism on U.S. soil.

What happened to Martinez and his family was defining for them and the nation, the 31-year-old said Wednesday, the 22nd anniversary of the bombing.

But starting with the grueling 2016 presidential campaign, he said they have been treated differently. Not because of what they experienced, but because of who they are. In Oklahoma, a state that overwhelmingly...

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