Skip to comments.AG Eric Holder was responsible for 168 deaths in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing…and more
Posted on 12/19/2011 5:26:29 AM PST by jmaroneps37
Documents obtained by Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit show then Clinton Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder authorized members of the FBI to provide explosives to Oklahoma City bombing criminals Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols immediately prior to the April, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building.
Holder had authorized the FBI to provide the explosives to McVeigh and Nichols in conjunction with a Clinton Administration undercover operation named PATCON, an acronym for Patriot Conspiracy. As Jesse Trentadue describes it, PATCON was designed to infiltrate and incite militia[s] and evangelical Christians to violence so that the Department of Justice could crush them.
Both Waco and Ruby Ridge are now known to have been PATCON inspired, Department of Justice plots. Shortly after the Oklahoma City bombing, Holder instructed FBI agents to recover from Terry Nichols any remainder of the explosives the Bureau had provided him and McVeigh.
To the chagrin of Eric Holder, the explosives were later discovered by another agency, complete with the fingerprints of both Nichols, McVeigh and 2 FBI agents.
Holder had reportedly offered Nichols respite from the death penalty for his cooperation in recovering the explosives. Obviously the Deputy Attorney General considered covering up his criminal complicity in the bombing eminently worth sparing Nichols just punishment for the murders of 168 innocent Americans.
Jesse Trentadue accidentally came across PATCON while investigating the murder of his brother Kenneth at the hands of the Clinton Department of Justice.
An FBI informant familiar with the Oklahoma City bombing story, Kenneth was found hanged in his cell after having been jailed by the FBI. Though an official FBI report had listed Kenneth as a suicide, it was obvious that he had been severely beaten and his throat cut
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Yes, I read/heard the story at the time but I have never before or since heard of anyone actually asking to be executed quickly. Have you?
You’re right. False flag, just like the Fast and Furious gun running. Have all these killings so they can attack the 2nd Amendment. Evil people.
Link to original Coach is Right story:
Yes Oklamhoma City was so the govt could war agains’t the militias and Clinton could make a comeback.
Fast and Furious is the same deal different day.
This could be why McVeigh was executed so VERY quickly
6 years is so VERY quickly?
How much more time did we need to keep that coward alive? That POS lived 6+ years longer than the people he murdered in cold blood.
If we hadn’t gotten it out of him in 6 years, do you really think he had anything more to give us?
Holy crap! Eric Holder — Killing Americans in f’ed up schemes to deprive us of our civil rights for two decades now!
And yes, he had plenty to tell, as you can now see by an article such as this one, if true. But, we in Okla. do not believe McVeigh and Nichols acted alone, and it was not the militia who were involved.
Having plenty to tell and actually telling it are two wildly different things.
And by the same token, if this article is not true, then he had nothing to tell (and we don’t know which is which, do we?). It is interesting to note, from the thread, that Drudge will not touch this story, its bona fides being so shaky.
I agree they didn’t act alone. The Fortiers were up to their eyeballs in this.
Or was it a false flag ... Clinton did it.
Or was it international terrorism ... muslims did it.
I’m gonna opt for the guy who admitted to it. McVeigh did it.
And good effing riddance to the cowardly scum.
All of those former Iraqi Republican Guardsmen were people who were given asylum after Desert Storm so it is not hard to believe that they were closely watched by the Feds. They didn't sneak into the U.S. they were here legally.
How did they manage to work with McVeigh and Nichols without the knowledge of the gov?
No Iraqi Republican Guardsmen were given asylum. What they did was take off their uniforms and blend into the general population.
The ones we brought back were supposedly the ones that had opposed the government and were therefore on our side and likely to be harmed if left behind.
The problem was (as usual) we did a crappy job of vetting. Lot’s of bad guys were brought over here thinking they were good guys, while lots of actual good guys were left over there.
And NO government agency did any kind of watching. There is some number (I believe it is about two and a half thousand) that remain unaccounted for today.
So, you are saying that it is common knowledge that IRG agents and other Iraqi
agents snuck into the U.S. as defectors but our gov didn't watch them at all?
Actually, it's worse than that. There WAS an FBI agent that was all over it, and he was told to back off by his higher ups. He was so disgusted that he fed information to a TV reporter that wrote an excellent book on the subject (”The Third Terrorist, Jayna Davis). I recommend it highly.
The book is thoroughly sourced and uses actual names and faces of real people. That opens a writer up to libel and slander litigation if any of it is not true. Nobody has sued her. And that speaks volumes.
Apparently the clintoon administration liked that the crime was being blamed on “militia groups” and white Anglo Saxon males. It played perfectly into the hildabeast’s “vast right wing conspiracy” BS.
I don't think it's true that the FedGov wasn't watching Iraqi ex-pats.
no satire he allegedly provided explosives to McVeigh
The truth was owed to the victims and all Americans in each case. Yet shortly after GWB was elected, his administration made the decision that all of those things were ‘history’ and made no attempt to get to the bottom of any of them.
Really a sad development in my opinion. I'm afraid that those events are now far enough in the rear view mirror that we will never get to the truth.
Not to mention China Gate. The truth may come out someday but the time for justice is receding the rear view mirror.
Now that I think about it, no.
conspiracy stories??? I think not.
Actually it was only four years between his conviction and execution. Convicted on June 2, 1997 and executed on June 11, 2001.
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