The only help he needs is to get the correct agency. It was ATF that was in charge of that one, not FBI.
ATF was in charge, but the FBI was also involved. It seems that there were SO MANY double agents at Elohim City, where much of the plotting took place, that there may actually have been no outside terrorists at all, ONLY double agents.
The CIA was also involved, apparently, to the extent that Lt. Andreas Strassmeier, with high up connections in the German government and in the country illegally without a green card, was also at Elohim City, and took three trips to OKC, in Nov 94, December 94, and February 95. The FBI knew about him but let him leave the country after the bombing and only bothered to give him a perfunctory phone call a year later. His father belonged to the Christian Democratic Party and was party chief in Berlin in the l980s and then parliamentary Secretary of State to Helmut Kohl in 1989-91. Hardly an extremist. Nothing has been heard from him since. The obvious theory is that he was helping to connect German and American intelligence for the CIA.
He told Evans-Pritchard in an interview afterwards that he worked for German Intelligence, and also that he did undercover work for the German police. He had connections with American Colonel Petruskie, who did intelligence work in Vietnam and then was brought back into active service during the Gulf War—working with Islamic intelligence.
All of this is documented in a number of articles and books. This particular information comes from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, one of the few mainstream reporters who actually bothered to investigate this business. As I mentioned, he is now chief economics reporter for the Telegraph (UK), and has no obvious axe to grind.
Certainly McVeigh and Nichols were involved. They were guilty. But they were the fall guys, while the other players, including the elusive “third” bomber, were permitted to escape untouched and unquestioned.
Clinton had thoroughly corrupted the FBI by that point, and the ATF was fighting for its life against politicians who wanted to close it down. Of course they were happy to do what he wanted.