The Muslims were probably Iraqi agents from Saddam’s regime.
Davis documents exactly that in her book.
Everyone misunderstood the story.
A rumor was floating around in the intelligence community that Saddam Hussain had set up a terrorist cell.
The rumor worked it's way through the intelligence community to an ex CIA agent working for ABC News. This agent provided the ABC news reporter with the info.
Following the OKC bombing the reporter contacted the FBI with the info. The FBI checked it out and it turned out to be false.
What that means that everybody missed, someone knew enough about McVeigh's and Nichole's activities prior to the OKC bombing that they could fabricate a story making it appear as if they, meaning right wing extremist, were collaborating with the Iraqi Govt.
If the story was true, the OKC bombing would have been an act of war, not just a criminal act.
Immediately after the OKC bombing Clinton had the spy satellites turned to spy on the right wing extremist at Elhom (SP) City where McVeigh had been.
It's illegal for the fed govt to use spy satellites to spy on American citizens for domestic crimes. If those American citizens are engages with a foreign govt. in an act of war against the US, then it would be legal.
In other words, by turning the satellites, little Billy showed his hand. He knew about the OKC bombing far enough in advance that he could concoct a story of Iraqi govt involvement.
Have it work it's way through the intelligence community into the hands of an ABC news reporter.
The ABC reporter, by going to the FBI instead of running with the story, screwed up the plan of making it appear the right wing extremist (meaning anyone that disagreed with Clinton) had teamed up with a foreign govt and were waging war against the US.
Had the Clinton's been successful in their plan to have the right wing extremist tied to a foreign govt and waging war against the US, you wouldn't be reading this.
That is exactly how it is laid out in Jayna Davis’ book. But hey, anyone who reads the book and doesn’t label the author as an extremist with an agenda is marginalized by the media outlets AND the government.
I find this aspect of the situation even more disturbing, by far, than the fact that middle eastern agents may have been involved, partiularly Iraqi agents.