CFN QOTW, Part Deux

“One routinely ‘cynical-at-all-things-prosecutor’ weekly Oklahoma City paper later chastised us for having had the audacity to get cable television for rent houses, as if we were trying to rip off the good citizens of Oklahoma and had nothing better to do than sit around watching The Food Channel. They hadn’t bothered to learn that my staff couldn’t even get television reception without cable but, in retrospect, they would probably have begrudged them even that simple luxury.”

“former Oklahoma County District Attorney Wes Lane, writing in his new book “Amazingly Graced” about an Oklahoma Gazette article that reported his office spent more than $1,100 on cable during the Terry Nichols trial in McAlester. For an interview with Lane on his new book, turn to Page 12.

Gazette staff

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