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Posted on 04/23/2009 4:19:29 PM PDT by RaceBannon
McVeigh reference prompts response David Schippers contends OKC bomber part of Islamic, not 'right-wing,' plot
Posted: April 23, 2009 2:37 pm Eastern
Responding to the Obama administration's attempt to justify a controversial "right-wing extremism" report by citing Timothy McVeigh, a counter-terrorism group has posted a video statement by a prominent Democrat investigator who contends the Oklahoma City bomb plot was hatched not by right-wingers but by Islamic jihadists.
David Schippers, the chief counsel for the 1998 impeachment trial of President Clinton, probed the bombing with investigative reporter Jayna Davis, author of "The Third Terrorist: The Middle Eastern Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing", by WND Books. Davis asserts McVeigh and Terry Nichols were not the lone conspirators but part of a greater scheme involving Islamic terrorists and at least one provable link to Iraq . The explosion April 19, 1995, at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building killed 168 people, including 19 children, and injured another 684.
In the video, released by America's Truth Forum, Schippers says there's "no question the Oklahoma City bombing was a part of a state-sponsored attack on the heartland of the United States ."
"I have been asked about the Oklahoma bombing and whether there was any kind of federal cover-up. The simple and direct answer is yes," he said. "Unquestionably, a federal cover-up beginning in 1995 and continuing to today."
(Excerpt) Read more at worldnetdaily.com ...
VIDEO OF SHIPPERS INTERVIEW here
Schippers id 100% correct.
General Partin’s detailed analysis of the damage to the building proved that McVey’s truck had no effect on the building. Tim McVey has become the ‘Oswald’ of the building bombers.
Schippers busted his butt back then, making this case openly and repeatedly, but he lacked the necessary support from the Republicans to push it to the forefront. Sound familiar? Even then, they were selling us out with their gutlessness.
At the bottom of the posted article!
Obviously it did nothing to the Murrah building but blow out one whole side and the top!
McVeigh and Nichols were definitely involved.
The rented truck full of fertilizer and diesel fuel DID do the damage.
The truck was driven down I35, just 5 minutes from my house at the time.
I knew lots of people in OKC, at the time.
I absolutely think that others were involved, but to what degree I can not be sure.
However, McVeigh and Nichols were guilty. It is a shame that we did not learn more about their connections with other terrorist groups.
Just what we were saying here. What’s more, some of the Muslim terrorists were double agents working for the FBI and the ATF.
Kind of like that Muslim CIA agent who did the OpEd piece in the New York Times this morning, saying that all that horrible CIA “torture” of Muslim prisoners did absolutely no good—which is an outright lie.
So, it’s extremely unlikely that this story will get much beyond places like FR and WND.
It’s mindboggling why the Bush administration didn’t use the Iraqi involvement in the OKC bombing to make the case for Saddam Hussein’s direct involvement with islamist terrorists and the mass murder of Americans. This was probably the most solid case.
Yea, right, and the US military’s foremost expert on demolition was wrong, huh?
Say Baaaaa Mr Sheep.
Yes, McVey was involved, but just as cover for the real action.
These libtards will lie about anything to save their own skin.
After reading lots of information on this I determined, years ago, that this was a muslim attack and there was a cover-up. The government wanted the case closed.
I think that McVeigh was guilty, too. The truck bomb wasn’t capable of knocking down the building, but it was capable of breaking the facade and blowing glass all over the place inside the building.
What the FBI did was to help him out, by planting further explosives on the support pillars in the basement, ensuring that the whole building would come down.
Its way beyond the scope of this thread to educate one as deeply in the dark as you apparently are.
The damage to the Murrah building blew outward, not inward. The video from the water co. office camera clearly showed the glass and window frames flying outward.
Partin's analysis is certainly interesting. But I have an acquaintance who makes bombs for the military. He told me that he could easily have made a bomb out of the materials McVeigh supposedly used and exploded them in a truck near the building with similar effect. Jayna Davis' book is also interesting, and not even irrelevant if the McVeigh truck story is true, but nothing is certain about what happened in Oklahoma City, except that some FBI guys took the day off to play golf and it helped to resurrect the Clinton Presidency.
It's quite simple physics.