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Family hopes reward solves inmate’s death in Oklahoma City

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Published: November 22, 2008

A federal inmate’s family on Friday offered a $250,000 reward for information leading to a murder conviction in his death.

Kenneth Michael Trentadue, 44, died in August 1995 at the Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City. His family contends FBI agents killed him because they mistook him for a suspect in the Oklahoma City bombing. The federal government and Oklahoma County District Attorney Bob Macy concluded the convicted bank robber hanged himself.

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"There are a lot of people out there that know what happened. They’ve had no incentive to come forward, and we think this might be the incentive,” said the inmate’s brother, Utah attorney Jesse Trentadue.

David Prater, current district attorney, said, "If any credible evidence comes to light in this or any other cold case, we’ll always take a look at it.”

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