Oklahoma Bombing - 9/11 Connections
J. B. Campbell
Oklahoma Bombing - 9/11 Connections
Wed Apr 7 04:05:57 2004

Mike Gadbaw
Oklahoma Bombing - 9/11 Connections
As told to: J. B. Campbell - jb_campbell@yahoo.com

My name is Mike Gadbaw. I'm a US Navy vet and apparently I've been groomed as some sort of "sleeper" for a number of years, for what purpose I do not know. I'm on the run now, being cared for by a dedicated medical doctor who is trying to prevent me from becoming the next Tim McVeigh. She stole me from my handlers and is deprogramming me. She feels as if she's disarming a time bomb.

One of my problems is that I was a friend of Tim McVeigh. Until a couple of days ago I've been living in his house near Kingman, Arizona ever since he left for Oklahoma City in April, 1995. I met certain people whom I wasn't supposed to meet - people who were influencing Tim and who the federal government says had nothing to do with the bombing. But they did.

Before last January I never thought much about my medical problems or about the people I'd seen with Tim. Then, three people showed up at my door and I reluctantly let them in. One of the people had visited me a couple of months earlier. He brought the other two because he figured I wouldn't have let him in again. He's welcome to identify himself after reading this, but I won't do it. He's a researcher and a writer on the subject of the Oklahoma City bombing and is pretty knowledgeable. The two people he brought with him were J B Campbell and Dr. Robbi Borjeson.

Campbell, who I call Bruce, is the guy who started the militia movement in the late '80s with his book, "The New American Man." He'd kept a low profile for the past five years but suddenly resurfaced with a plan to connect the World Trade Center '93 bombing, the Oklahoma City bombing and the attack of September 11 as actions of the U.S. government designed to end our way of life.

Dr. Robbi is an amazing person. She's an internal medicine physician with surgical experience who practices preventative medicine but is also an observer of the political intriguers who run our country with "crisis management." Besides being an MD, Dr. Robbi is what is known as "a healer." She really makes people well and tries not to use pharmaceuticals to do it. She has found that many people suffer from diseases which are really symptoms of sick spirits and so she tries first to treat the spirit of the person, which often leads to the disappearance of the disease. This has not made her popular with the medical establishment.

My background is not complicated, or at least I didn't think it was. I went into the navy in 1973 and got out in '75. I suffered a head wound in an accident on board my ship, the USS Rowan, as we prepared to go into Saigon to help rescue the embassy staff. That was a very bad experience as we witnessed marines shooting the Vietnamese who were trying to get over the embassy fence to get away from the Communists. Anyway, I'd been hit on the head by a shell which had slipped out of the breech of a deck gun and it gave me headaches, which eventually led me to the next part of my story. But right after the Saigon embassy episode, most of us were immediately discharged from the Navy. I went home to Minneapolis. I am an artist and can actually support myself with my work.

In late '75, I went to a neurologist for my headaches and she eventually asked if I would participate in a study at the University of Minnesota. She asked me if I experienced "pre- cognitive dreams?" Although I did, I did not admit it to her because I had the idea that she might use it against me somehow.

Because of the severity of the headaches I agreed to become involved in the study. There were seven of us, all vets, and we were kept in a complex above the animal experimentation lab at the University. We were fed well and given the impression that we were free agents in this thing, but we actually were prisoners at the lab. We couldn't leave. Our medications were withdrawn and we were observed. At some point, we were deprived of sleep and then subjected to various stimuli such as flashing lights and sounds. I have a video tape of myself undergoing this treatment and in it I am shown experiencing a grand mal seizure - my first. Dr. Robbi has viewed the tape and found it quite disturbing. Campbell says it is reminiscent of The Ipcress File, which refers to induced psychosis through the application of severe stress.

Why did they give me the tape? Dr. Borjeson says they wanted to implant and reinforce the self-image of a helpless cripple who could not function without Big Brother telling me how to live. Since that experience, that's pretty much how I've regarded myself.

This study went on for about six weeks. I don't think any of the seven of us was the same after that. My condition worsened and I became a ward of the Veterans Administration, whose doctors supplied me with a bewildering array of mind-altering drugs.

That's been my life for twenty seven years - overbearing VA doctors and prescription drugs which only made me worse and worse. The doctors ordered me to take the drugs, which I quit doing after I realized they were making me feel crazy. If I didn't check in with them they'd call my parents and try to keep me under control, but they never helped me and I just became more disoriented and alienated.

My parents bought a Quarter Horse ranch in Ash Fork, Arizona and I worked for them. After some years they sold it and moved to Kingman. I met Tim McVeigh through a guy at the Disabled American Veterans group there. Tim didn't seem disabled to me, though.

Tim rented a little adobe house on Hunt Road in Golden Valley, about five miles from Kingman. I started visiting him and even staying at his place while he was away.

Bruce Campbell was interested in my story when he learned that Andreas Strassmeir was an occasional visitor. Bruce believes that Strassmeir was Tim's CIA controller, and is the key to the Oklahoma City bombing. Strassmeir has denied knowing Tim other than seeing him at a gun show or two, but he's lying. They were quite friendly in Arizona leading up to the bombing. Another visitor was Dennis Mahon, who, along with Strassmeir, is a protected government informant who is still operational. FBI 302 forms state that Strassmeir is a CIA asset, on loan from the German government, and that Mahon is an FBI asset. Both were identified by ATF informant Carol Howe as instigators of the Oklahoma City bombing.

Bruce explained that while he had started the militia, Tim and his fellow criminals ended it by creating the legend that the militia was willing to kill children. He said that this is the Leninist technique of creating scorn and revulsion for your enemies.

One day, while I was house-sitting for Tim, he drove up with Strassmeir in his car. He'd just found a box of kittens on the highway and he was looking for homes for them. I've still got the one he gave me.

Another visitor of Tim's was Richard Guthrie, the son of CIA parents and also a Navy vet who was kicked out for painting a swastika on a locker or something. He was arrested for robbing banks for the Aryan Republican Army. Six months later, after promising a tell-all book about his activities, he decided to kill himself in his cell.

Campbell was supposed to be financed by a rich man in Chicago, Alex Magnus, to document the connection between the bombings at the WTC and OKC and the attack of September 11. Then Magnus developed stomach cancer and the deal was off. But Bruce was still trying to tie them together on his own. He was determined to do this to demonstrate that the militia not only had nothing to do with OKC but was in fact the target of the federal government's conspiracy to murder federal employees and their children to cause revulsion for the militia, which had become a serious threat, in theory, to federal disarmament plans for Americans.

Bruce cited former CIA director and chief of the Phoenix assassination program William Colby's letter to his former Phoenix Program colleague, John DeCamp, complaining that the militia had to be dealt with "justly or otherwise" because it was made up of millions of average, successful Americans.

His letter to DeCamp, written days before the bombing, reads in part as follows:

"I watched as the anti-war movement rendered it impossible for this country to conduct or win the Vietnam War. I tell you, dear friend, that this Militia and Patriot movement, in which, as an attorney you have become one of the centerpieces, is far more significant and far more dangerous for America than the anti-war movement ever was, if it is not intelligently dealt with. And I really mean this. It is not that these people are armed, that America need be concerned. It is not that these people stockpile weapons and have para-military training sessions, that they are dangerous. They are dangerous, John, because there are so many of them. It is one thing to have a few nuts or dissidents. They can be dealt with, justly or otherwise, so that they do not pose a danger to the system. It is quite another situation when you have a true movement - millions of citizens - believing something, particularly when the movement is made up of society's average, successful citizens.

Bruce's own mother, he said, assumed that he was involved in the bombing. Why? Because the militia did it and he started the militia. So Bruce felt he had quite a stake in placing the blame where it belongs. He also simply wants to get the criminals who did it.

I frankly didn't know what to believe when they showed up. I liked Dr. Robbi and she gave me some natural remedies for my condition, which actually worked. But I really didn't know who the men were. I had been pestered by reporters and had been misquoted so I really didn't want to help these guys, who were also writers of some kind. The researcher who brought them had an irritating manner, as if he expected me and everyone else in Kingman just to open up and tell him everything. But Kingman had experienced a massive federal invasion right after the bombing. FBI's were everywhere, interrogating everyone. My landlady, who had been Tim's landlady, had the experience of the FBI questioning her about something they called al- Qaeda, which, of course, neither she nor anyone else had heard of in 1995. She thought they were talking about some guy named Al Kada. There was and is a lot of fear in Kingman, especially since September 11, and no one wants to cooperate with anyone who tries to show that the government may have been behind the Oklahoma City bombing. The feeling is that the government must not be questioned in the aftermath of the September 11 attack, which may have been the whole point of the attack.

Bruce and Dr. Robbi and the researcher actually interviewed an ex-FBI agent in Kingman named Lee Fabrizio, who admitted that he'd been transferred to Kingman a few months before the bombing from his post in Chicago, where he'd specialized in Arab terrorism! They said he acted as if his brains had been fried. He'd never heard of Andreas Strassmeir or Dennis Mahon and really couldn't remember a damn thing about the investigation. Now, Fabrizio is running for office.

Well, after their visit things began happening. Local cops started driving by my place, pointedly stopping at the driveway. I was invaded one night by two cops who dragged me and my neighbor outside in the dark to be viewed by three characters in suits, who leaned against a car as they stared at me. My neighbor, Frank, was roughed up while they laid out all my guns on the dining room table. Frank's father had been murdered in the next door house shortly before this. He was lying in a pool of blood but his death was ruled "natural causes" by the sheriff. So Frank was a little uptight. His father had helped this Middle Eastern guy move his stuff out of Tim's house, which was my house by then, just after the bombing.

The neighbor lady told the FBI that she'd seen Tim with a Ryder truck parked out front with a bunch of blue barrels stored behind the house. This was a silly lie, of course. He never had a Ryder truck in Arizona and there were never any blue plastic barrels on the property. But some agency was encouraging her to spy on me all the time. She'd stare at me with binoculars. Every time I went shooting, and I'd have to put my guns in my car under her gaze, I would get a visit from the sheriff when I got home.

And then there was my friend, Bob. After Bruce started visiting, Bob got very curious about him and asked to read any material I had that Bruce had written. He kept his book for a couple of months. Bob was a Vietnam vet, too, and he started helping me with my cars. He offered to take phone messages, since I didn't have a phone anymore. Whenever Bruce or Dr. Robbi would call him and leave a message, he never passed them on to me. He told everyone in Golden Valley that I was crazy and advised them to avoid me or to ignore what I said. There is no question that a deliberate program to alienate me from my friends and neighbors was conducted by some government agency. Normal people just don't act the way they did, and many of them were downright scared.

I was deliberately run off the road as I walked home from the country store one day. If I hadn't jumped into the ditch I'd have been struck. The store owner suddenly wouldn't talk to me and just the other day she said, in a trembling voice, "We're good people. We don't want any trouble...!" I was coming back from her store again on foot, walking my dog, and I became aware of a car crunching along the dirt road from behind, pacing me. As it came alongside I turned and it was the sheriff himself, although he wasn't driving. The driver was some strange- looking, Middle Eastern character. They just looked at me as they slowly, deliberately pulled away.

Last month I was out in the desert with Frank, shooting and relaxing. Then up rushes this guy in a pickup, hauling a big camp trailer. He jumped out and said we'd nearly hit him and his family with our bullets! But he came from the opposite direction than we'd been shooting. I'm a very safe and careful shooter but I apologized anyway. Then he said he had his wife and four daughters out here and he really needed to park where he could have a water supply. Maybe they were all in the trailer, I thought. The next day he rolls up in my yard uninvited, trailer and all. He invited me to see the inside of the thing and there were several TV monitors and other fancy equipment, including a satellite antenna on the roof. He told me that he was monitoring al- Jazeera TV in the Middle East! But there were no children or wives in the trailer. He said he'd come to Golden Valley (!) to get involved with the patriot movement there. I said, "What patriot movement?" I finally asked him to leave.

Then, while I was away from the house for a day or so, I returned to find it broken into and my lock ruined. Nothing was missing however. Bruce told me to make a police report. He said, they've already got the serial numbers of your guns and they obviously want you to have them.

He gave me a bunch of old Spotlight newspapers for something to read. I was shocked to read in a 1999 edition that the Jewish Anti-Defamation League had had an informant next to Tim for at least two years before the bombing! It was the ADL which tipped off the government that Tim had allegedly placed an ad in the Spotlight under the name "T. Tuttle." How did they know that? They also told the government that Tim had supposedly bought a telephone calling card from the Spotlight under the name of "Daryl Bridges." Again, how could they know this? This card was supposedly used by Tim to call the mysterious ex-Special Forces soldier and FBI informant Dave Hollaway at Kirk Lyons' law office just before Tim left for Kansas and Oklahoma. Hollaway says that he advised Tim to rent a Ryder truck near an army base so he cou

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