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Oklahoma City bombing: startling evidence proves government cover-up
Oklahoma City Bombing Investigation Committee Claims Startling Evidence Proves Government Cover-Up

Sam Cohen is an explosives expert, who is retired after a 40 year career in nuclear weaponry. During World War II Cohen was assigned to the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos, New Mexico. In 1958, he was one of the principal designers of the neutron bomb. Cohen is one of the many people who have criticized the federal government's contention that Timothy McVeigh's 4,800 pound ammonium-nitrate (fertilizer-fuel oil) truck bomb was the sole cause of the destruction of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. Cohen has said: "I believe that demolition charges were placed in the building at certain key concrete columns and this did the primary damage to the Murrah Federal Building. It would have been absolutely impossible and against the laws of nature for a truck full of fertilizer and fuel oil---no matter how much was used---to bring the building down."

Federal Judge Richard Matsch, who presided over McVeigh's trial, has said, "There are many unanswered questions. It would be very disappointing to me if the law enforcement agencies of the United States government have quit looking for answers in this Oklahoma bombing tragedy."


McVeigh: The Manchurian Candidate

IN ORDER TO FULFILL HIS MILITARY OBLIGATION, McVeigh signed on with the Army National Guard in Buffalo, where he landed a job as a security guard with Burns International Security. McVeigh was assigned to the night shift, guarding the grounds of Calspan Research, a defense contractor that conducts classified research in advanced aerospace rocketry and electronic warfare...

Colonel David Hackworth, an Army veteran who interviewed McVeigh for Newsweek, concluded that McVeigh was suffering from a "postwar hangover." "I've seen countless veterans, including myself, stumble home after the high-noon excitement of the killing fields, missing their battle buddies and the unique dangers and sense of purpose," wrote Hackworth in the July 3rd edition of Newsweek. "Many lose themselves forever."

Although such symptoms may be seen as a delayed reaction syndrome resulting from the stress of battle, they are also common symptoms of mind control.

While visiting friends in Decker, Michigan, McVeigh complained that the Army had implanted him with a microchip, a miniature subcutaneous transponder, so that they could keep track of him. He complained that it left an unexplained scar on his buttocks and was painful to sit on.


The Oklahoma City Bombing
What was the Army doing with a Ryder Truck just before the Murrah blast?

The pilot who took the photos, Sergeant Robert Louis Harding, was killed in a crash of his ultralight plane, but these photos are purported to be of an area near Camp Gruber-Braggs, Oklahoma in early April of 1995. Needless to say, just days after this photo was taken, the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City was destroyed (along with internal cutter charges) by a Ryder truck full of explosives.

In a recently discovered news article written by the Washington Post on June 17th, 1997, the Oklahoma National Guard authenticates the following photos as being exactly what they appear to be, photos of a Ryder truck in a clandestine base at Camp Gruber-Braggs.

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Davis 'hopeful' video will prove 3rd terrorist
But author of best-selling book still cautious about report claiming McVeigh accomplices

Though the author of a best-selling book on a Mideast connection to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing says she is not surprised about a report of a videotape showing Timothy McVeigh with accomplices before the explosion since the FBI has admitted there are 22 tapes related to the event in existence she is "cautious" about the validity of this particular claim.

Posted: April 20, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern

By Ron Strom

Though the author of a best-selling book on a Mideast connection to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing says she is not surprised about a report of a videotape showing Timothy McVeigh with accomplices before the explosion since the FBI has admitted there are 22 tapes related to the event in existence she is "cautious" about the validity of this particular claim.

As WorldNetDaily reported, the Associated Press reported yesterday a Secret Service document mentioning the tape will be entered as evidence by Terry Nichols' defense team at his capital murder trial this week.

Jayna Davis, author of "The Third Terrorist," says she is skeptical of the timing and circumstances of the release of the document, but doesn't doubt the existence of the tape.

Davis mentioned what she called a "horrendous" FBI Office of Inspector General report on the attack stating agency personnel had made determinations about the crime by looking at a videotape of the truck.

"That's that tape!" she exclaimed. "But nobody was screaming about it back then. Hello!"

Davis said she is cautious "about a story like this," partly because it originated with Associated Press writer John Solomon.

"I've worked with this guy," she said, noting Solomon "always breaks a story when something big happens with my book or with my investigation." "The Third Terrorist" has gained enormous popularity lately, climbing to as high as No. 10 on's best-sellers list.

Davis noted the FBI admits it has 22 videotapes, "and we haven't seen them all; we've only seen one."

Those tapes are dated April 15-19, 1995, according to information obtained from a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

In that case, the judge directed the FBI to make a list of tapes in its possession, and, said Davis, "He stated in a motion that there were numerous tapes from April 19 from numerous sources so why are we all scrambling when this information is already under seal with the judge in a FOIA case?"

Davis says she's "hopeful" about the story, but, she told WND, "I just don't know the validity of this Secret Service memo. There's no way to corroborate whether or not it's valid. It could have been leaked to the defense team to make them look like fools."

Davis says if the document can be validated, it would be "wonderful," as it would support the conclusion of her book that McVeigh and Nichols did not act alone.

"So, let's see the tape," she added. "I'm just cautious right now."

"Security video tapes from the area show the truck detonation 3 minutes and 6 seconds after the suspects exited the truck," says the Secret Service document, according to the Associated Press.

The Secret Service report, dated six days after the bombing, was a log of agents' activities and evidence in the investigation, the AP said.

The government has concluded McVeigh acted alone at the scene despite several eyewitnesses reports to the contrary.

Danny Defenbaugh, the retired FBI agent who led the bombing investigation, told the AP he had not seen the document, but if it "shows what it says, then it would be significant."

Secret Service agents are expected to testify on the log this week at the Nichols trial, Secret Service spokesman Charles Bopp told the AP.

McVeigh was executed in 2001 on a separate federal conviction. Nichols was given a life sentence on federal charges and now is being tried by the state of Oklahoma.

Davis' new book, release by WND Books, presents substantial evidence of Iraqi involvement and a refusal by federal government agents to investigate much evidence from the bombing. It also suggests the Sept. 11 attacks possibly could have been prevented if evidence of an Iraqi and al-Qaida link to OKC had been pursued.

Davis documents how Iraqi intelligence agents infiltrated the United States to recruit and assist McVeigh and Nichols.

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