Skip to comments.Interviews Reveal New Info About OKC Bombing Tapes
Posted on 10/02/2009 7:35:34 AM PDT by BobMcCartyWrites
Earlier this week, the Associated Press published an article about recently-released surveillance tapes from the area around the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Wanting to find out more about it, I sought out Jayna Davis, author of The New York Times best-selling book,"The Third Terrorist, which chronicled her decade-long investigation of the bombing and who was behind it. In short, I became the first journalist/blogger with whom Davis has spoken about the case in four years (and shes had countless requests for interviews).
On Tuesday, I followed up my interview of Davis with an interview of David P. Schippers, a Chicago attorney and close confidant of Davis whose background includes having served as chief investigative counsel for the Clinton Impeachment Hearings in the House and Senate. Again, I was able to publish information never before published about the missing Oklahoma City bombing surveillance tapes.
All of the posts can be found here.
Glenn just a bit busy with his current investigations?
Find a link beside a Chicago lawyer. I know it is important, but is this the time?
This guy is a GOOD Chicago lawyer. I know; it’s hard to believe, but they exist.
I was thinking sarcasm, but it did not come out that way.
Yes, he is an OK guy.
There are such big economical problems that Kansas City does not have an opportunity for anything short of a convincing theory right now.
Yes we could “multi-task” if we had big news.
I must be thickheaded today, but what does Kansas City have to do with this? Confused.
Senior moment...fingers and brain scrambled OKC and KC.
Luckily I do not do that too often. Spell check no help either!
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