"Wes Lane Discusses Retrial of Terry Nichols" was first aired on Sunday September 9th 2001. Our Guest was Wes Lane, Oklahoma County District Attorney.
Our topics included:
- Do you feel in the case of Oklahoma vs. Terry Nichols, a gag order is appropriate?
- Anti-Shuttling Rule, what is it?
- Will Public Sentiment play a part in the DA's decision to retry Terry Nichols?
- Lane made a comment during his press conference: "There is too much at stake", what does this mean?
- Federal Prosecution moved the Terry Nichols trial out of Oklahoma, why does the State Prosecution not have that same luxury?
- What kind of questions would a juror need to be asked to insure they will be fair and impartial during the State trial?
- If a person has heard of Terry Nichols, could he still be a juror?
- Do you feel a fair and impartial panel of jurors can be found in Oklahoma?
- We cannot rely on the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) for evidence for a State trial, how will you proceed?
Kent Meyers, Mick Cornett, Larry Blankenship, Wes Lane