I think Jayna Davis has always thought so--if you get a chance, pick up her book, "The Third Terrorist" about the OKC bombing.
Jayna Davis (Author of "The Third Terrorist") needs help. She received the following e-mail:
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 3:56 AM
Subject: Release of captured documents
>I imagine you've taken a look at the documents
> captured by the US military which were released
> yesterday by the Office of Joint Reserve Intelligence
> > I've read a few, but there's one that might
> particularly interest you--the last one on the list,
> dated 2000 and titled "Various Administrative
> Documents and Questions, AFGP-2002-801138". It's sort
> of a grab-bag of information, but contains a bunch of
> questions alQaeda members asked their leaders,
> apparently before September 11, 2001. > > On the 43rd page, it reads:
> > "Q8- We hear about the Oklahoma explosion and that it
> is the largest explosion in America. Is it the one
> planned by Ramzi Yousef or not? (TC: This question
> was circled and marked with two (X) marks."
> > http://fmso.leavenworth.army.mil/products-docex.htm#iraq
> > There may be many more fascinating tidbits buried in
> these documents, but this would seem to reinforce what
> you've been saying for so long.
> > Thanks for your careful research, and happy digging!
OK. Shortly after Jayna received this e-mail, the document was pulled from that site. But it can still be found at the following site:
Scroll down to:
Various Admin Documents and Questions
Click on that link and go to the English link and find page 43 on the scroll bar (not page 43 of the document). You will find the following question:
"Q8-We hear about the Oklahoma explosion and that it is the largest explosion in America. Is it the one planned by Ramzi Yousef or not? (TC: This question was circled and marked with two (x) marks."
You will notice that the English translation is 57 pages long. You will then go to the Arabic link (right next to the English link). That link is 332 pages long so there must have been some heavy redaction because 332 pages of Arabic became 57 pages of English translation. Print off or go to page 191 of that part.
You will see the following in the middle of possibly a heavily redacted page:
Done By Yousef
Please try to find out as much as you can about these documents before they are pulled. If anyone knows Arabic, (or knows someone who does), please go to the pages near the page 191 and see if you can find anything in Arabic that would be helpful. We need to do this before the document is pulled from this website.