Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh's former attorney cannot write off the value of the papers he donated from the case to the University of Texas at Austin, according to a U.S. Tax Court decision last week.
Leslie Stephen Jones was lead counsel for McVeigh, who was convicted and executed for the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in 1995. During the course of his investigation, he received photocopies of documents and other materials from the government, including FBI files, photos and tapes.
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