(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Visitors to the Oklahoma City National Memorial today are surprised a jury couldn't decide whether to sentence bombing conspirator Terry Nichols to death.
Jurors in Nichols' trial couldn't reach a unanimous decision in the penalty phase, and they ended the trial in a deadlock yesterday. Nichols will service life in prison.
Steve McConnell of Oklahoma City visited the memorial today with relatives. He says a life sentence may mean the public finds out more about the bombing conspiracy.
Lynn Kurosky of Arlington, Texas, wishes Nichols would have gotten the death penalty because so many people were killed in the bombing.
Other visitors say there's not much the courts could have done to bring justice to the families of the victims.