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Republican Lawmaker Hints At Reno Cover-Up On Waco
They used the Army at WACO, in violation of Federal Law (Posse Comitatus).
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Yahoo News 8/28
TWA 800 was shot down!! (check Twa800.com)
Was Princess Di Assassinated?. Also
Has Clinton had over 50 people killed? Check Clinton Body Count
Presidential Cocaine? check Cocaine
CIA Mind Control Slaves, Sex, Clinton & Bush?
see book excerpts (not for squeemish)
International Bankers Conspiracy thru the Federal Reserve
Read Charleton Heston's Speech Great!!!
Teaching Police to attack "Patriot Groups"
Sheriff kicks the FEDS out of Wyoming
Stop the New World Order: read Vampire Killer 2000
Weather Changes caused by HAARP? (check Links)
Think Y2K is just hype? Read THIS!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATED AUG. 29, 1999
THE LIBERTARIAN, By Vin Suprynowicz
Darn these inconvenient revelations
So now the FBI, whose agents and poobahs have
sworn for years -- under oath, in front of Congress -- that none of them
fired any incendiary devices into the Branch Davidian Church in Waco on
that fiery day in April of 1993, seems ready to admit (faced with hard
evidence in the possession of George W. Bush's Texas Rangers) that they
did, well, you know, lob in a round or two.
It should hardly matter. Knocking down the walls and
staircases of a wooden building to which one has illegally shut off the
electricity -- being well aware you have left the residents (including
women and children, none wanted for any crime) to heat and light the
place with kerosene, using tanks (sorry, "armored personnel carriers")
to spray flammable CS nerve gas (banned under the Geneva convention)
into a building whose residents have found cause to pile bales of
flammable hay against the walls to block federal machine-gun bullets,
and then purposely keeping fire engines miles away, would constitute
grossly negligent homicide in most jurisdictions, anyway.
But just out of curiosity: When do you think we'll now see a
goodly number of arrogant, lying FBI agents, up to and including their
boss, Janet Reno (who has already "accepted full responsibility"),
indicted, tried, and jailed for perjury before Congress?
If you named a date, could I interest you in a turn-key
franchise, selling ice-fishing rigs in Hades?
In the meantime, concerned observers may want to consider
the very Clintonesque political use of the word "inoculation."
When it became obvious to his 1992 campaign staff that
candidate Clinton was likely to suffer a nearly endless parade of
"bimbos" coming forth to declare they have suffered the unwanted sexual
attentions of Little Rock's Rooster-in-Chief, what strategy did they
The candidate went on television, biting his lip and
blinking away a tear as he admitted he had once "caused pain in his
marriage." The first little-lady-to-be bit her own tongue and sat next
to him, dressed in Jackie Kennedy pink,(HOW DARE SHE) implicitly
promising to "stand by her man" ... at least until an appropriate
northeastern Senate seat opened up.
And it worked. Thereafter, whenever the next "trailer tramp"
shuffled forward to proclaim Bill Clinton had exposed something that
needed kissing, or committed forcible rape during a real estate tour,
his loyal network toadies would snarl with exasperation on the talking
head shows: "The Clintons dealt with all this during the campaign. Don't
we have any fresh news to discuss?"
Today, it's Mike McNulty, co-producer of the Academy
Award-nominated documentary "Waco: The Rules of Engagement" who promises
to come out with a sequel this fall, titled "Waco: A New Revelation."
Mr. McNulty has been asserting all summer he has evidence there were
officers of the Army's Delta Force at Waco the day the Branch Davidian
children were incinerated, and hard evidence that someone -- whether FBI
or U.S. Army -- fired incendiary rounds as well as machine guns into
that building that day.
Meantime, against all expectations, a federal judge is
allowing the civil suit of the Branch Davidian survivors against their
government attackers to move forward in federal court in Texas,
virtually guaranteeing there will be an ongoing series of new
revelations about the brutish behavior of the ATF and FBI in Texas in
So, what better way to "inoculate" the Clinton
administration than to hold some cursory investigation now, pin the
blame on a couple of low-ranking dweebs (assuming they can't figure out
a way to blame Vince Foster or Ron Brown), and then redeploy Eleanor
Clift and company to shriek: "This was all dealt with back in September
of '99. It's ancient history! Don't we have some news to discuss that's
less than seven years old?"