A county grand jury holding its own investigation into the Oklahoma City bombing plans to subpoena the former attorney for convicted bomber Timothy McVeigh.
Lawyer Stephen Jones, who was appointed as McVeigh's public defender, does not agree with the action."I met with them last week and made a presentation on why they should not subpoena me," Stephen Jones said in a telephone interview Saturday. "They followed up with a letter saying they would subpoena me."
Grand jurors might want to question Jones about his theories on the April 19, 1995, explosion, which killed 168 people and injured hundreds of others.
While defending McVeigh, Jones suggested that the bombing may have been an act of foreign terrorists working with white separatists.