Prosecutors will attempt to add at least one murder charge against Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols for the death of an unborn child in the bombing, the Associated Press reports. Nichols, already serving a life prison sentence on federal charges, now faces 160 counts of first-degree murder for his part in the 1995 blast. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. Nichols, 48, will be arraigned May 27 and prosecutors said they hope to pick a jury this year. The state cases involves victims who were not part of the federal case. The U.S. Supreme Court already . . .
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