Terry Nichols 

 Biography, Funeral, Awards and Family. is an American homegrown terrorist, sentenced to life imprisonment without parole for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing case. Check out this biography to know about his life.

Terry Nichols Biography

Terry Lynn Nichols is an American domestic terrorist who was convicted for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. The bombing, which took place on April 19, 1995, killed 168 people and injured over 800 others, making it one of the deadliest acts of domestic terrorism in American history.

Nichols was born on April 1, 1955, in Lapeer, Michigan. He was a former farmer and former US Army soldier, who later became involved with co-conspirator Timothy McVeigh in a plot to bomb the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

In 1997, Nichols was tried and convicted on charges of conspiracy and involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He was later convicted on additional charges in a federal trial and sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole.

Despite his convictions, some people continue to question the official account of the Oklahoma City bombing and the role that Nichols and McVeigh played in it.

Overall, Terry Nichols is a controversial figure who will always be remembered for his involvement in one of the worst acts of domestic terrorism in American history.

Terry Nichols Biography, Facts and Family

Nick Name: Ted Parker, Joe Rivers 

Famous: American Men 

Sun Sign: Aries 

Also Known As: Terry Lynn Nichols 

Born Country: United States 

Born In: Lapeer, Michigan, United States 

Famous As: Terrorist 

Spouse/Ex-: Lana Walsh (m. 1981–1988), Marife Torres (m. 1990–2003) 

Father: Robert Nichols 

Mother: Joyce Nichols 

Siblings: James Nichols 

Children: Joshua Nichols 


Lapeer High School

Central Michigan University

Terry Nichols Funeral

What to know about Terry Nichols’ funeral 

Terry Nichols' funeral started at about 1 p.m. local time at the Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church.

Vice President Kamala Harris attended the funeral. The Rev. Al Sharpton delivered the eulogy.

Nichols' funeral service was held five days after the city of Memphis released videos showing the brutal police assault on him Jan. 7. Since the release, the Memphis Police Department's Scorpion unit, whose members included the five fired officers charged with second-degree murder, has been permanently deactivated.

The fallout has also reached other agencies, including the Memphis Fire Department, which terminated three EMTs. Two additional Memphis police officers have also been relieved of duty.

The emotional funeral for Tyre Nichols ended Wednesday afternoon with Nichols' family leaving the ceremony first as mourners stood and watched them.

A soloist sang Sam Cooke's “A Change Is Gonna Come” as the family exited the service.

The choir concluded with “Oh How Precious,” a gospel song that has been recorded by multiple artists.

Terry Nichols Biography: Terry Nichols Is An American Homegrown Terrorist, Sentenced To Life Imprisonment Without Parole For His Role In The Oklahoma City Bombing Case. Check Out This Biography To Know About His Life.

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