Susie
Secret Pentagon Report on Oklahoma City Bombing
Tue Apr 4, 2006 00:49

 
(This STINKS like more PROPAGANDA to tie OKC to 'militias' when clear EVIDENCE points back to the BATFaggots!
Note the kindly words to the FIB at the bottom though they've never released a single VIDEOTAPE they stole from
surrounding businesses. As you read this GARBAGE, keep this story in mind:

Secret Pentagon Report on Oklahoma City Bombing--Evidence of an Inside Job?
http://www.aci.net/kalliste/okcbomb.htm

See also:
OKC Bombshell Implicates Feds In Murrah Blast
http://www.americanfreepress.net/html/okc_bombshell.html


Sent: Monday, April 03, 2006 6:40 AM
Subject: Judge Orders Southern Poverty Law Center Investigated For Complicity In Oklahoma City Bombing


http://www.overthrow.com/lsn/news.asp?articleID=9187

Judge Orders Southern Poverty Law Center Investigated
For Complicity In Oklahoma City Bombing

FBI Ordered To Release Documents Disclosing Their Association With Morris
Dees, Who May Have Encouraged Attack To Raise Money

3/30/2006 10:35:17 PM

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- In a stunning development today in the ongoing
Freedom of Information trial surrounding the Oklahoma City bombing, a
federal judge ruled that Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh had help from
"inside the militia movement" and ordered that several people and
organizations, including the Southern Poverty Law Center, be investigated
for complicity in the 1995 terrorist attack.
US District Court Judge Dale Kimball ruled today that the Southern Poverty
Law Center definitely received warnings about the planned bombing of the
Oklahoma City federal building when Timothy McVeigh called Elohim City
looking for Andreas Strassmeir, also believed by some to be an informant,
just days before the attack, and may have instructed one of their informants
to help organize and plan the bombing:

"Plaintiff points out the fact that this document indicates there was an
undercover operative [affiliated with the SPLC] in with Timothy McVeigh and
members of the various militia groups who aided and supported McVeigh, but
plaintiff wonders why, given the subject matter, there are no earlier
records produced by the FBI."

The judge followed that by ordering the FBI to release any and all documents
relating to their relationship to Morris Dees, the Southern Poverty Law
Center, and the group's informants.

The judge also ruled that Kenneth Trentadue and Richard Lee Guthrie,
individuals involved with the Aryan Republican Army, a bank robbery group
believed by some to be linked to McVeigh, were beaten, tortured and murdered
by US FBI agents who attempted to cover up the killing by refusing to
release internal agency documents:

"While the FBI's failure to discover documents is not necessarily and
indication of bad faith, it is puzzling that so many documents could be
referenced but not produced."

Secret Pentagon Report on Oklahoma City Bombing--Evidence of an Inside Job?
by J. Orlin Grabbe

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U.S. government attempts to portray Timothy McVeigh as the "lone bomber"
(with assistance from Terry Nichols) in the April 19, 1995, bombing of the
Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City have completely collapsed with
recent revelations of McVeigh's associations with individuals connected to
the Aryan Republican Army, as well as with a BATF informant and an agent of
German military intelligence.

This has led some to conclude that there has been a U.S. government
(primarily BATF and FBI) cover-up motivated by the desire to destroy
evidence of a "government sting gone bad," much as with the bombing of the
World Trade Center in New York City.

The secret Pentagon report shows, however, that such a judgment may be too
kind to the agencies concerned. The principal damage to the Alfred P. Murrah
Building was brought about by explosives placed on five columns of the
Murrah Building, according to the Pentagon report, and not by the ANFO bomb
in the truck supposedly driven by McVeigh. Thus, until the individuals who
placed the explosives on the columns of the Murrah Building are identified,
any proposed explanation of how the bombing came about is woefully
inadequate. The existence of demolition charges placed on some columns at
the third-floor level of the Murrah Building is strongly suggestive of
inside participation by at least some federal employees.

The Pentagon commissioned nine explosive experts to write independent
reports on the bombing, and adopted two of the nine reports as the
"official" report. I spoke to both experts, but they declined to be
interviewed, citing confidentiality agreements with the Pentagon. Sources
familiar with the Pentagon report, however, have confirmed that the
conclusions were similar in nature to those of a private report prepared by
General Benton K. Partin, dated July 30, 1995, except that the Pentagon
report concludes there were demolition charges placed on five columns, not
four as concluded by General Partin.

Partin's report showed that the pattern of damage to the Murrah Building was
inconsistent with the ANFO truck bomb as a point source for the explosion,
and that the damage sustained by the columns could not possibly have come
from this source.

Explosive pressure drops off approximately with the cube of the distance.
Double the distance, and you reduce the explosive pressure (pounds per
square inch) to one-eighth its original value.

If the 4800 pounds of ammonium nitrate in the Ryder truck bomb were in a
compressed sphere and detonated from the center, it would have generated a
blast wave with an initial pressure of about 500,000 pounds per square inch.
By the time the nearest Murrah Building column was reached, that pressure
would have fallen to about 375 pounds per square inch.

The rows of columns in the Murrah building can be labeled from front to back
as rows A, B, and C. The rows are about 35 feet apart. The columns in each
row can be labeled from left to right (as seen by an individual facing the
front of the building) as numbers 1 through 11. The third column in the
first row would thus be labeled "A3". The columns are 20 feet apart within
each row.

The concrete in the columns had a compressible yield strength of at least
(and probably higher than) 3500 pounds per square inch. Since this value is
almost ten times the strength of the blast wave hitting the columns from the
truck bomb, the blast wave is insufficient to produce a wave of deformation
in the concrete (and thus to turn it back into its sand, gravel, and clay
components).

However, a high detonation velocity contact explosive attached to a column
would have generated pressure of 1 to 1.5 million pounds per square inch--
about 300 times the yield strength of the concrete, and thus would have
pulverized it into sand until the blast wave front had dropped below the
yield strength of the concrete. Left behind would be a smooth granular
surface with protruding steel reinforcement rods (which have a much higher
yield strength).

General Partin's report shows strong evidence of such contact explosive
charges placed on columns B3, A3, A5, and A7. While the truck bomb itself
was insufficient to destroy columns, it was responsible for ripping out some
floors at the second and third floor levels, Partin concluded.

The notion of a government-sting gone awry would at best suggest the idea
that BATF or FBI agents planned to arrest McVeigh in a dramatic flourish of
publicity when he pulled up in front of the Murrah Building in his rented
Ryder truck containing the ANFO bomb. But this story becomes faintly
ridiculous when you consider that demolition charges were placed on five
Murrah Building columns well before McVeigh's arrival. If there was a
government sting in operation, then someone was using their knowledge of the
sting as cover for the actual bombing. Either way, it suggests an inside job.

Finally, McVeigh was not arrested prior to the bombing. Which leads one to
ask, What government sting? We are basically left with evidence of
government complicity and government cover-up, but with no evidence of a
government sting. Did some government agency take advantage of the general
expectation that something would happen that day, and, for its own reasons,
ensure these fears were realized?


Prior Knowledge of the Explosion
There are several sources of evidence of a prior expectation of a bombing to
take place on April 19, 1995.

Executed on the day of the Oklahoma bombing was Richard Wayne Snell for
murder of a black Arkansas trooper. Snell had been involved in a plot to
blow up the Murrah Building in 1983. And, according to Alan Ables, an
Arkansas prison official quoted by the Denver Post, "Snell repeatedly said
that there would be a bombing or explosion the day of his death." The
explosion took place at the Murrah Building, the previous focus of Snell's
attention.

Snell's information would appear to have come from Robert Millar, who was in
attendance as Snell's spiritual advisor. Millar was the founder of Elohim
City, a religious commune in Oklahoma near the border with Arkansas. Timothy
McVeigh had made numerous visits to Elohim City in the weeks before the
bombing (see, for example, William F. Jasper, "More Pieces to the OKC
Puzzle," The New American, June 24, 1996).

A BATF informant named Carol Howe wrote her BATF case officer in Tulsa that
the Elohim City group, or its operational arm the "Aryan Republican Army",
was planning to blow up a building with a possible date of April 19, 1995
(McCurtain Daily Gazette, February 11, 1997). Howe said there were three
possible targets, two in Tulsa, and one in Oklahoma City.

(Members of the Aryan Republican Army are currently charged with bank
robberies in Ohio and Pennsylvania. This includes Peter Langan, on trial in
Columbus, Ohio, and Michael Brescia, indicted in Philadelphia. Witnesses
have identified Brescia as "John Doe II", originally sought by the FBI in
the Oklahoma City bombing.)

The BATF says the warnings were too vague to prompt any actions. Too vague,
apparently, to warn security guards at the Murrah Building, who overlooked
all the activity involved in placing demolition explosives on the building
columns.

But not too vague not to warn BATF employees to stay home for the day. No
BATF employee was among the 168 killed in the bombing.

February 11, 1997
Web Page: http://www.aci.net/kalliste/

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