Skip to comments.OKC Bombing Conspiracy --Investigation: into Middle East Connection will be ignored
Posted on 04/14/2006 1:58:23 PM PDT by Zechariah11
Republican Congressman Dana Rohrbacher will try to "change the dialogue" with regard to an alleged conspiracy in the Oklahoma City bombing. Instead of the Middle East link which Jayna Davis wrote about. in The Third Terrorist. He will persue a very flimsy white supremacist conspiracy angle. This has already been investigated and found to be warrantless.
Meanwhile, Jayna Davis will not be invited to appear, nor will Wolsey, nor any of the FBI agents or witnesses documented in the book.
Moderator - Please correct the spelling in the title. I feel like an idiot.
It seems to me that anyone with a functioning brain stem would be anxious to pursue every angle on this, especially in light of the world's foremost terrorist group and their subsequent actions in the United States on 09/11.
I don't give a rats arse if they check a white supremacist angle, just don't neglect to check out the Middle-Eastern angle on it as well.
I don't care what they find, I just want them to find out every aspect they can.
It will never happen. Clinton is free and clear of all wrongs committed while in office. One for him, and another for the old lady... We don't want anything negative being said about the Dems angel...
Sometimes "investigations" are undertaken only to bury the truth so deeply that the relevant facts of the case shall never again be allowed to see the light of day. Supporting evidence is "lost" or "found to be lacking in credibility", while countering documents and testimony will somehow be "found" and "validated".
Not every investigator has the intellectual honesty of a Ronnie Earle or an Eliot Spitzer. Sometimes they have far less.
Difficult though that may be to imagine.
Nichols can't be convicted again. Why not ask him about those trips to the Philippines?
His lawyer didn't, that would only have proved Nichols involvement.
"Not every investigator has the intellectual honesty of a Ronnie Earle or an Eliot Spitzer."
I agree. Still I'd like her work on the record and to be acknowledge in the halls of our leaders in W., D.C.
Motive? Possibly it is because he was "in the loop" when the CIA informed the committee he once co-chaired that the Middle East threat would shift from the hard target of Washington DC (remember the barricades on Pennsylvania Avenue) to the soft targets in the US. At the top of that list of soft targets was the Oklahoma City Murrah Federal Building.
They also have the problem of an informant telling them that the Murrah building was a target, along with several other buildings.
Nichols' lawyers pursued the white supremecists angle too. Because Nichols had no connection to it. So what the govenment spewed out, Nichols' lawyers jumped on.
The Philippine trips did nothing for the Government's theory, and Nichols' attorneys weren't going to mention anything that would implicate their client.
I agree, all angles should be explored. Why not?
Beats me, but you have to wonder why someone would just ignore all the work that's been done and shows some serious promise. It just doesn't make sense. And that's where some of these investigations go south. They seem to ignore simple logic.
Most especially since it has been proven that Terry Nichols had probable connections to Abu Sayf in the Philippines and recent translations of Iraq Documents show that Saddam's secret service was very involved with funding and advising Abu Sayf operations.
Most of those so called leaders are not in the 21st century yet and still don't realize the invention of the 'Internet' has made it possible for us to know most things now with a little research. They seem to think they can still pull the wool over our eyes and keep us from ever learning the truth about anything.
I have read that you are about to start an investigation into the OKC bombing and that you intend to ignore implications and evidence that might involve links to international terrorism.
This is unwise in the extreme.
Most especially since it there is significant evidence that Terry Nichols had probable connections to Abu Sayf in the Philippines and recent translations of Iraq Documents show that Saddam's secret service was very involved with funding and advising Abu Sayf operations.
I urge you to widen the scope of you inquiry. Ignoring the obvious potential of this path to the truth can only cast doubt on the motives behind your investigation.
I hope it helps. Washington DC is truly a puzzle palace. None of these guys seems to be able to grasp the obvious.
The only possible reason not to thoroughly and openly investigate this, including interviews of all the witnesses, is because somebody large does not want this to ever come out. Maybe somebody very large.