Skip to comments.Bomb Blast at University of Oklahoma (Breaking on Fox) - suicide bomber at OU
Posted on 10/01/2005 7:05:29 PM PDT by blogblogginawayEdited on 10/01/2005 7:21:56 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
The explosion happened at the courtyard near the George Lynn Cross Hall, Botany-Microbiology Building on OU's campus, which is west of the stadium, according to Sgt. Gary Robinson of the University police department. The explosion happened during the second quarter of Oklahoma's game against Kansas State. After the explosion, police set up a perimeter of several blocks and made fans exit the stadium to the east.
NORMAN -- An explosion near the University of Oklahoma's Gaylord Family-Memorial Stadium killed one person Saturday, OU officials said.
The explosion happened at the courtyard near the George Lynn Cross Hall, Botany-Microbiology Building on OU's campus, which is west of the stadium, according to Sgt. Gary Robinson of the University police department.
The explosion happened during the second quarter of Oklahoma's game against Kansas State.
After the explosion, police set up a perimeter of several blocks and made fans exit the stadium to the east.
That's what I thought...but she also sounded young...which means she is getting a kick out of being on the radio and maybe knowing someone who knows someone...
I've got to get going on the treadmill now, no more of the radio show for me. If I don't exercise sometime today, I'll be sorry!
Say what? Except for the forged Bush ANG documents (and other possible forgeries), the media does not manufacture it's own information but has to obtain it from some kind of credible source.
That doesn't sound good, FRiend.
Hmmmm..Texas/OU game this weekend --could that be why there has been next to no coverage of the OU bomber story in the Dallas media market?
There was another caller after her. A man.
I lost the net at about that time. Did you hear what he had to say?
Maybe she didn't understand the gravity of her words?
So, it's just breaking it to us gently I guess. Martial law.
I agree with bluebell, I'm not going anywhere.
No, I missed them. They replay the news on channel 53 24/7 so I'll catch it when I'm done cleaning up.
...the bird flu and the military type quarantines...This scares me more than terrorism. I can hide from terrorism for the most part, but this type of contagious flu will go everywhere...Do we need to stock up on even more supplies, say like about 6 months worth?
Does ammonium nitrate ring a bell?
Ooopsie. This would have gone down a memory hole already were it not for the alternative media.
Boren is a DemocRAT, don't look for truth anytime soon.
That was my first thought too. Good catch digitalbrownshirt(re: post #4089).
They are NOT going to want Rick Roberts on this story if they want it swept under the rug...cause he's VERY persistent. He was David Westerfield/Damon and Brenda Van Dam's worst nightmare when that case happened...he was looking at, reading about, researching into, checking out every twist, turn, angle, etc... (So Defender, thanks for saying enough that I knew it really was him...going to have to be listening for him!)
It's GREAT that's on this b/c he will keep going if he's really as concerned as it sounds like he was today ...I don't think he'll drop the ball on it. That's how he started with the Westerfield/VD thing.
You locals (OU folks), if you email him and let him know you were at the game, etc., I suspect they'd put you through on the phone right away...or that he'd talk to you on air even during the non-call-in times. Roberts is usually on 6-10 am (CA time)...here's the station website http://www.760kfmb.com/
The guys at KFI are really persistent on stories like this sometimes, too...also CA, but...the John and Ken guys would probably be very interested in this also ( http://www.kfi.com/ ) Especially if some of the people at the game wrote in or called...
Just some thoughts! This story can't keep being ignored! Rick Roberts is a great one to keep on it! So this is a great start!
I used to listen to him overnights when he worked for 850 KOA in Denver years ago.
It's a bit different than the news report but it's second had info.
I read some headline over the weekend about 4 unexplained respiratory deaths in Toronto...not SARS, not usual influenza. I wondered about those as being Avian flu, but haven't seen any follow up on if they've pinned the cause of those deaths down.
That link makes me wonder if the FBI, who was "on his trail" supposedly, detonated the bomb on purpose early.
There we have it. Good digging.
All the OU folks trying to make this go away are going to be SO sorry to have him on this story! ha!
The fact the FBI took over within hours indicate it is a DHS event....I bet the guy was even on the watch list.
I'm sorry, Lizarde. I am too bone tired right now to understand the question. My apologies.
thanks, I'll have to go read a little more about something other than OU boombing:)
You know what, I think we need some more threads about this Chuckquifax scandal.
According to the blog linked a few posts above, the owner of the store he tried to by the amonium nitrate from called the FBI. They were supposedly already watching him.
Thanks, Lizarde. I really am so tired, my thinking machine is only partially engaged :)
I am becoming more and more convinced the MSM won't report a single story that will make people even think about the war on terror.
Ammonium nitrate is the materials used in the Murrah Building blast at Oklahoma City by McVeigh/Nichols/Third Terrorist who was an Iraqi Republican Guard.
The third terrorist is identified in a book by Jayna Davis called The Third Terrorist.
James Woolsey, former CIA Director, endorses her research and the book and says when the truth is known about OKC, the world will owe her a debt of gratitude.
I didn't hear the caller after her...
but, I did hear Greg ask her to e-mail him if she manages to get some information out of her cousin who was questioned by the FBI....
I wonder if she realized THEN, that she might have said too much, if what she said is true...
I don't listen to the local news much, here in the DFW area...too liberal...so I don't know how much play this story got...but,
the Texas/0U game is this weekend and it is played at Fair Park....with thousands of fair goers as well as football fans...so I doubt if they would want people to get too nervous...and stay away.
The dearth of coverage has bothered me from the beginning. I left the game shortly after halftime, and had no idea what the explosion we'd heard was. There clearly was a very large crime scene taped off by then, but there had been no announcement in the stadium - they just locked the gates. (Except one, which we left through.)
Other than a few very brief mentions, there's been nothing. My parents watched the game on TV, and nothing was said, and they haven't read or heard anything since (they live on the east coast.)
That's not possible because Clinton put all his energy into fighting terrorism back in 1993-1995 and he was not distracted by cheap, sordid affairs with White House interns and assorted bimbos while Hillary nodded in approval.
File that under JUST DAMN!
There have been quite a few things that make me go HMMMMM!!
Flight 800, right before the Atlanta Olympics...the airplane crash soon after 9/11....the third suspect in Oklahoma City....this incident....
I bet Steve Emerson would have stories that we don't even know about that would turn our hair gray!!!
2002, huh? After 9/11. Probably got pissed by the war in Afghanistan, making it easier for him to be converted and programmed by handlers.
In case you see this here first, you've got mail...found a cache link to the article about the five injured.
Be a pity for Mr Hinrich if an undercover agent trailing the young student "terminated him with extreme prejudice" before he could get into a crowd and maybe lose his backpack. Also, might have been distressing for any friends who may have accompanied Hinrich causing them to leave the vicinity in search of consolation. But then Hinrich may have been under the influence of something that prevented him from being too aware of his evening jaunt so perhaps he didn't mind.
Lord forbid anyone mentions football lest someone faints dead away.
If I asked with a cherry on top could you possibly transcript it?
Steve Emerson's book is the first one I read after 9/11. And he's the first person the FBI called after 9/11. He literally had to rent warehouses to hold all the materials he collected for years about the jihadists in this country.
And don't forget -- both George Stephanapolous and John Kerry have referred to TWA 800 as a terrorist incident. More than once.