Subj: Who Was McVeigh ???
Date: 6/17/01 8:04:25 AM Pacific Daylight Time

Dear Friends,
Please check out the attached image and see if you recognise the man in the image on the right - originally identified as an ATF agent at the WACO Branch Davidian Trial - months before the OKC bombing ???

     The OKC Bombing Chronology You're NOT Supposed To Know

"Sgt. McVeigh was an outstanding soldier. He did what he was told,
anticipated what had to be done (and) took pride in his work,"
        - Capt. Jesus Angel Rodriguez, McVeigh's commanding officer
          during the Gulf War, testifying at his sentencing hearing
It's called a Reichstag Fire
The OKC Chronology you're not supposed to know
1. A second bomb found inside the building
   SUSANNE SEALY, Correspondent: Yes, LEA [sp], I can. The Oklahoma
   City police and the FBI have confirmed there is another bomb in
   the Federal Building. It's in the east side of the building.
   They've moved everybody back several blocks.
   CNN SHOW: NEWS 11:27 am ET - LIVE April 19, 1995
   Transcript # 920-19
2. Forget the people, get those papers
   OKLAHOMA CITY -- Hours after a bomb ripped apart the federal
   building, some rescue workers were stopped from searching for
   survivors while federal officials removed boxes of documents.
   "You'd think they would have let their evidence and files sit
   at least until the last survivor was pulled out," one angry
   rescue worker told The News.
   The worker and a firefighter said that 10 to 12 hours after the
   9 a.m. blast April 19, federal officials began limiting the
   number of rescue workers in the building to a dozen, confining
   them largely to the lower right side of the battered structure.
   Source: New York Daily News
3. FBI quietly drops pursuit of John Doe No. 2
   Denver, Colo. -- An internal FBI memo indicates FBI agents
   suspended their search for the elusive Oklahoma City bomb
   suspect John Doe No. 2 in the critical weeks soon after the
   April 1995 blast, belying assurances by federal officials at
   the time that the search was continuing.
   The memo, the existence of which is publicly disclosed for the
   first time here, undercuts the government contention that
   federal agents have done everything they can to find the mystery
   In the memo, San Francisco-based FBI agent Thomas Ravenelle
   writes that he's discontinuing efforts to investigate a lead
   relating to attempts to find and identify John Doe No. 2 "in
   view of the fact that the Oklahoma City Command Post has
   directed all offices to hold (John Doe No. 2) leads in
   Source: 1997 Digital City Denver
4. McVeigh's first confession faked by newspaper
   "The document containing a purported confession by alleged
   Oklahoma City bomber Timothy J. McVeigh, published by the
   Dallas Morning News, was fabricated by an investigator for
   the defense team, a friend of the investigator said yesterday."
   The Washington Post 03/05/97 By Lois Romano and Tom Kenworthy,
   Washington Post Staff Writers
5. DOJ report calls FBI's OJC bomb blast conclusions:
   "incomplete... inappropriate... scientifically insupportable"
   "Williams' report contains several serious flaws. His opinion as
   to the VOD of the main charge was unjustifiable; his statement
   of the VOD of ANFO was incomplete; his categorical
   identification of the main charge as ANFO was inappropriate; his
   estimate of the weight of the main charge was too specific and
   based in part on improper grounds; his conclusion as to the
   containers for the main charge was unjustifiably categorical;
   his categorical identification of the initiator for the booster
   was improper; his conclusions concerning a non-electric
   detonator, the fuse, and the time delay were scientifically
   insupportable; his conclusions were not supported by the
   contents of the report; and he included some AE dictation in a
   selective or confusing way. These errors were all tilted in such
   a way as to incriminate the defendants. We are troubled that the
   opinions in Williams' report may have been tailored to conform
   to the evidence associated with the defendants. We conclude that
   Williams failed to present an objective, unbiased, competent
   Source: The FBI Laboratory: An Investigation into Laboratory
   Practices and Alleged Misconduct in Explosives-Related and
   Other Cases (April,1997) - A USDOJ/OIG Special Report
* A timely terrorist
  He wanted to start a revolution, but even with years of prison
  to sort out his thoughts he never found the time to write even
  the briefest of manifestos. Fellow inmates said he spent his
  time reading car magazines.
  He wanted to protest the murder of innocent women and children -
  so he murdered innocent women and children.
  He was a crack marksman, good enough to reportedly haven taken
  the head off an Iraqi soldier in a machine gun nest at 1,000
  yards - but he chose a complex truck bomb, something he had no
  training or experience with, to deliver his violent message.
  Tim McVeigh was a most convenient and cooperative terrorist.
  The government wanted the world to believe that a single truck
  bomb loaded with fertilizer destroyed the Murrah Building - and
  at the end of his life, McVeigh apparently told two journalists
  that the story was true. That he lit the fuse personally in
  traffic while on the way to the building. You can read all about
  it in the mass market book that came out just before the
  The country needed someone to be arrested quickly, sit in jail
  for a few years, not implicate anyone else and then die at the
  hands of an executioner in order that the nation might "heal" -
  and he proved to be the right man for the job.
  The government apparently wanted him gone fast, due process be
  damned - and he seemed to have no problem with that.
  A Constitution-shredding anti-terrorist bill languished in
  Congress, unpassable, and needed a massive demonstration of
  extreme violence against the federal government and innocent
  people - and Sgt. McVeigh delivered a Ryder truck to the front
  of the Murrah Building right on time.
  A remarkable confluence of purposes for two forces supposedly
  at odds with each other.
* Dead and gone?
  Just in case you're curious, Timothy McVeigh's body won't be
  autopsied, reportedly at his request, even though conducting
  an autopsy of executed prisoners is standard procedure in US
  prisons. Federal Judge Richard Matsch, who made the ruling,
  must have a heart after all.
  In addition to the no autopsy ruling, a signed agreement
  between McVeigh and the government states that pictures,
  X-rays and other medical information gathered by the coroner's
  office after McVeigh's death will remain confidential.
  The body will be cremated. By now, it may already have been -
  again at McVeigh's request and with Judge Richard Matsch's
  The execution itself?
  Here's an excerpt of the first eye witness account of the
  execution broadcast by MSNBC just minutes after it was over:
  "The shallow breathing continued... or what appeared to be
  shallow breathing... even after they pronounced him dead." -
  Susan Carlson. Reporter. WLS Chicago
  See her say it yourself in streaming video before it's taken
  The execution was not videotaped, again by court order, so all
  we know of what happened at the end are from the eye witness
  No body. No video. No photographs. Not even an X-ray - and a
  sealed coroner's report.
  Did "Timothy McVeigh" die on Monday?
  It depends on which one you mean...
  The one on the left, the McVeigh we know from the media? Or the
  one on the right, a man identified as an ATF agent photographed
  during the Waco Branch Davidian trial (published months before
  the OKC bombing.)
  (Pics here:
  Call it a Reichstag Fire.
  No one believed the audacity of it in 1933 either.
* History Lesson
  "On Feb. 27, 1933, a fire destroyed part of the Reichstag
  building. Hitler immediately accused the Communists of having
  set the fire. President von Hindenburg proclaimed a state of
  emergency and issued decrees suspending freedom of speech and
  The following day a law was passed ...
  "People were not sent to Dachau as a punishment for a crime
  after being convicted by a court of law, but rather as a
  preventive measure because they were suspected of being a danger
  to the state. Such a person was called a Schutzhäftling and the
  order for preventive custody was a Schutzhaftbefehl. Prisoners
  who were arrested and taken to Dachau were told:

  "Based on Article One of the Decree of the Reich President for
  the Protection of People and State of 28 February 1933, you are
  taken into protective custody (Schutzhaft) in the interest of
  public security and order. Reason: suspicion of activities
  inimical to the State."
And remember, if you speak against the state, you're a dangerous
nut, just like that Timothy McVeigh...And he sure got what he deserved,
didn't he?