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State Sponsored Terrorism? (OKC Bombing and 9/11/02 Attack Suspects Connected by FBI)
Fox News ^ | March 20, 2002 | John Gibson

Posted on 03/21/2002 1:17:24 PM PST by OKCSubmariner

Edited on 04/22/2004 12:32:57 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]

I attended the execution of Tim McVeigh and I had no doubt it was the right thing to do… with one slight caveat.

My one hesitation related to finding out who John Doe no. 2 was or is. McVeigh took that secret with him to the grave.


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I have added editorial comments for further clarification and information to the following paragraph from the article:

"An Iraqi man[Al Hussain Hussaini]identified by a [former KFORTV] reporter in Oklahoma City as a likely suspect [in the OKC Bombing] is now reportedly on the FBI's terror watch list, being sought by the very government agency that insisted at McVeigh's trial that there was no John Doe no. 2, that it was all a mistake."

Fox News has had a former CIA and State Deparment Counter Terrorsim official Larry C. Johnson on twice this week to discuss the OKC bombing connection to Iraq. Johnson was on Monday's Fox "News and Friends" and on John Gibson's "The Big Story" on Tuesday of this week.

Larry Johnson told Fox that the evidence he has seen convinces him that Iraq helped McVeigh do the OKC bombing and that one of the John Does involved was the Iraqi Al Hussain Hussaini identified by KFORTV as a suspect in 1995.

On October 23, 2001, I posted a story by Paul Bedard editor of US News and World Report that reported that top Pentagon officials had told Bedard that McVeigh worked for Iraq and that the FBI had kept this from the Pentagon.

David Schippers, the legal counsel for the House managers during the impeachment proceedings, has recently told the Jim Quinn radio program in Pittsburgh that Hussaini is now on the FBI terror watch list. Schippers said that Hussaini was a baggage handler at Boston's Logan airport around the time of the 9/11 attacks and has disappeared. It appears the FBI wants to question Hussaini about the OKC bombing and the 9/11 attacks.

Schippers also stated that Arab American FBI agents had impeded FBI tracking 9/11 hijacker pilots (already known to the FBI) shortly before the 9/11 attacks. The loyalty of some of these agents is now being brought into question. This a very significant revelation in view of the fact that Arab American FBI agents (speaking arabic languages) were brought into the OKC bombing investigation early at a location where McVeigh was seen with middle eastern men in OKC and these Arab American FBI agents may also have helped impede or cover up the Middle East connection to the OKC bombing.

In early January 1999 I went to the Senate Intelligence Committee to get their help in having the FBI recieve evidence of the Iraqi connection to the OKC bombing from KFORTV reporters. The FBI and US Prosecutor Sean Connelly had refused up until that time to receive the evidence.

When I presented to the Senate Intelligence committee what the evidence was (22 sworn affadavits), the intelligence committee instructed me to tell the former KFORTV reporter to call the FBI in OKC directly and tell them that the intelligence committee wanted the FBI to receive the evidence immediately and to notify the intelligence committee if the FBI still refused. As a result I passed along the intelligence committee's instructions to the former KFORTV reporter who then contacted and arranged to meet with FBI agent Dan Vogel on January 29, 1999 with the reporter's spouse and attorney. Vogel received the evidence from the reporter. But AG Ashcroft and the FBI has blocked Vogel (now retired) from testifying about the evidence at the Nichols state trial in Oklahoma. So far Vogel has also been muzzled from speaking in any detail to the press and to Congress.

During the turn over of the evidence, Vogel indicated that the FBI was tracking individuals in Dallas who may have had a connection to the OKC bombing. This would include Hamas and AlQaeda cell members in Dallas that Dallas Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Danny Defenbaugh had been tracking since 1998. Defenbaugh was also the OKC Bomb Task Force Inspector reprimanded by the DOJ for not coming forward sooner with mispalced FBI evidence on the OKC bombing (including 3 FBI 302 interview reports withheld but later found in Defenbaugh's Dallas office done for three Pakistani suspects arrested on April 19, 1995 in connection with the OKC bombing, Iraq and with the 1993 World Trade Center bombing).

1 posted on 03/21/2002 1:17:24 PM PST by OKCSubmariner
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To: OKCSubmariner
Typo error found in the title for this article. The Title should read :

"State Sponsored Terrorism? (OKC Bombing and 9/11/01 Attack Suspects Connected by FBI)"

The date 9/11/01 was corrected.

2 posted on 03/21/2002 1:21:33 PM PST by OKCSubmariner
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To: glorygirl,lawdog,archy,Uncle Bill,golitely,honway,backhoe,STARWISE,Ronneil,Fred Mertz,bub,rwz,Wm
BUMP
3 posted on 03/21/2002 1:24:40 PM PST by OKCSubmariner
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To: OKCSubmariner
btt
4 posted on 03/21/2002 1:30:18 PM PST by rit
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To: OKCSubmariner
Thank you for the flag and keeping us updated.
5 posted on 03/21/2002 1:33:47 PM PST by Prodigal Daughter
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To: OKCSubmariner
bttt
6 posted on 03/21/2002 1:35:46 PM PST by PA Engineer
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To: OKCSubmariner
Let's never forget:

Clinton would never have been reelected without the OKC bombing.

7 posted on 03/21/2002 1:35:47 PM PST by hang 'em
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To: OKCSubmariner
Jimminey whillikers I understand the need for secrecy and all, but why are we covering up terror comitted by people we are supposed to be at war against? To dilute support for our own war effort? At some point the secrecy seems to become its own justification. At some point someone has to stand up and say, enough: "Al-Quaida has been bombing our emabassies, barracks, ships, planes, and buildings for a while now, and this is why we are gonna get 'em no matter what anyone else says."
8 posted on 03/21/2002 1:37:29 PM PST by eno_
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To: OKCSubmariner
bttt
9 posted on 03/21/2002 1:40:57 PM PST by LiberteeBell
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To: OKCSubmariner
Shippers has been dogged in this investigation. I believe him when he connects John Doe #2 with Iraq.
10 posted on 03/21/2002 1:45:03 PM PST by Jethro Tull
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To: hang 'em
I don't think it's as simple as winning elections and taking bribes. I think he's a foreign agent---period.
11 posted on 03/21/2002 1:47:07 PM PST by monkeywrench
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To: OKCSubmariner
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12 posted on 03/21/2002 1:55:39 PM PST by knighthawk
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To: flamefront,Cool Guy,Cicero,rwfromkansas
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13 posted on 03/21/2002 2:37:11 PM PST by OKCSubmariner
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To: eno_
"but why are we covering up terror comitted by people we are supposed to be at war against? "

You've got your finger on it now. Don't let it slip away. That is exactly WHY they can't use the M.E. connections even in the remotest way with regards to OKCBomb. That's WHY the Feds have to keep the Videos disappeared.

Now, if you take it to just one other question ---"Why did they IMMEDIATELY (1-2 days) start the Total Coverup of M.E. involvement? Consider that there was government involvement, or at minimum, foreknowledge that it was going to happen.

And then the Big Question ---- Why?

15 posted on 03/21/2002 2:55:46 PM PST by rdavis84
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To: Conservative_Dr.Pepper_Drinker
"A good part of the world says America needs a good reason to attack Iraq — a better one than we've already put out there."

And the Next One will be a Biggie!

OKCBomb didn't work. My opinion is it didn't because the feds tried to get too much, or overkill, out of the Act. Bringing in the Militia/Radical Right Wing/Neo-Nazi element into it along with the M.E. Jihaders diluted/confused the issue. It would confuse the American Public as to WHO the Enemy was. So they settled on the Radical Right Wing on that one. I believe partly because several of the explosive charges failed. If they'd all gone off, not many would believe the dupes McViegh and Nichols could do that.

Now they've got their USA PATRIOT act under their belt, a nice sanitary little war going blasting crap out of the mountains in Afgan. and the next event should Cinch that Saddam was behind the WTC, and whatever goodie is coming.

The Groundwork is being laid right now.

16 posted on 03/21/2002 3:10:53 PM PST by rdavis84
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To: OKCSubmariner
Thank you for posting the very interesting update.
17 posted on 03/21/2002 4:17:03 PM PST by syriacus
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To: eno_
There are 3 Senators who have introduced a bill to investigate 9/11; where the breakdown in our government agencies was. I would be for this if it was done correctly, because our government failed us in its most important mission: to protect our country from attack by outsiders.

What concerns me is that the 3 Senators are McCain, Leiberman, and Torricelli ... YIKES!!

18 posted on 03/21/2002 5:48:01 PM PST by DLfromthedesert
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To: OKCSubmariner
bump
19 posted on 03/21/2002 6:01:17 PM PST by rwfromkansas
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To: rdavis84
The Groundwork is being laid right now.

With all due respect, ...

Oh, never mind. You know how I feel, most likely, so why say it? I can't stick around to respond to your response, anyway. Just passing through.

But I will say this: I think it's a crying shame that people throw all that "911-conspiracy" nonsense (I'm being nice because I like you) in with the OKC bombing. It does nothing but scare people away - people who would normally take a rational look at all the evidence of Iraqi/foreign/Sikh/Teg involvement in the 1995 bombing. If you guys wouldn't drag all that "911-Was-A-Humongo-Conspiracy-And-Dubya's-Out-To-Get-Us!!!" bull#@$t into the mix, the truth of the OKC bombing would sooner see the light of day.

Then again, maybe that's the point. Maybe there's a method to the madness.

Carry on with your nonsense. ;-)

20 posted on 03/21/2002 6:34:56 PM PST by Nita Nupress
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To: OKCSubmariner
Truth Bump.
21 posted on 03/21/2002 6:40:33 PM PST by Vigilantcitizen
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To: Conservative_Dr.Pepper_Drinker; OKCSubmariner
This a very significant revelation in view of the fact that Arab American FBI agents (speaking arabic languages) were brought into the OKC bombing investigation early at a location where McVeigh was seen with middle eastern men in OKC and these Arab American FBI agents may also have helped impede or cover up the Middle East connection to the OKC bombing.

This is an excellent observation and something that could have happened. Unfortunately, it will be difficult to pursue further.

OKCSub, see reply #14.

22 posted on 03/21/2002 6:55:46 PM PST by Fred Mertz
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To: Nita Nupress
John Doe no. 2's activities on 4/19 and 9/11 would be that reason.

Nita, you do see the linkage with John Doe 2 to both events, don't you?

23 posted on 03/21/2002 6:59:22 PM PST by Fred Mertz
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To: OKCSubmariner
Schippers also stated that Arab American FBI agents had impeded FBI tracking 9/11 hijacker pilots (already known to the FBI) shortly before the 9/11 attacks.

This is a serious charge that renders me speechless.

24 posted on 03/21/2002 7:11:13 PM PST by takenoprisoner
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To: hang 'em
Clinton would never have been reelected without the OKC bombing.

I don't know if that be necessarily true hang 'em. Years ago I had a young chinese fellow come to me for employ. He had come to america on a visa/work permit for a company he worked for in china. He was here to promote his company and to gain contracts for his company in china. Well he decided slip away, stay here, and melt into our society. He was very bright and well educated and most affluent in english. He had a wife and child in china. Yet inspite of his obvious brilliance and education he was applying to me for the lowest most menial laborous tasked position in my org. Yep, you got it, janitor. Oh well, I hired him. And he stayed with me for over two years. The best damn janitor I ever had. He went on to get his papers straightened out to become a citizen and was finally able to get his wife and son here...went on to school to get his MBA as he worked as a janitor ...went on to land a job with a major computer firm making the big bucks. My point?

One day I found myself having a serious political discussion with my chinese janitor. Afterall, he was interesting to try to figure out. So this particular day I was telling him how we elect our presidents and how the electoral college works. He looked me straight in the eye and said, "you just believe that you elect your presidents." (Now this was pre Clinton era.) Anyway, I found myself unable to convince him otherwise...he held his ground. Today, especially since 8 years of Clinton, I can't help but wonder if he wasn't right.

25 posted on 03/21/2002 7:43:52 PM PST by takenoprisoner
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To: Fred Mertz; Nita Nupress
"Nita, you do see the linkage with John Doe 2 to both events, don't you?"

Thanks for the detail tie, Fred. I'm such a slow typist that I tend to omit some of the supporting info in replies of more than three sentences. That and Old Age is my Fall Back Position these days, and I'm Stickin' to it. ;-)

There are more tie-ins, but they'd take more lines than I can handle in one typing session. Maybe "Speak n' Type" or something......................

26 posted on 03/22/2002 1:28:31 AM PST by rdavis84
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To: Nita Nupress
Nita, this might give you more detail on the ties if you get the time to read it ---- Interview of David Schippers on the Jim Quinn Show March 13, 2002 

And there's much detail on this thread ---- http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/644787/posts

27 posted on 03/22/2002 1:43:42 AM PST by rdavis84
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To: takenoprisoner; OKCsubmariner; Nita Nupress; rdavis84; Jethro Tull; monkeywrench; eno_
I have to agree with Nita. This is just flaky as hell.

Particularly flaky and scary is the assertion, without any backup whatsoever, that FBI agents deliberately impeded efforts to track the WTC attackers. Scary, because it 1) scandalizes people, 2) impugns Free Republic by association, jacking up the tinfoil-hat factor, and 3) dismays honest, concerned people to no good effect.

Look, if the FBI were running down umpty-jillion leads, such as they had both after OKC and after WTC, if people were looking squinty-eyed at Arabs all over the place and offering to off them if they so much as opened their mouths with criticism of the U.S., USG, or American culture or customs, what do you think the FBI would do to try to keep the lynch mobs from forming, but zip their lips until the separation of wheat from chaff could proceed?

Don't confuse a zipped lip working on an investigation with a co-conspirator, just because he won't dish and doesn't want Congress leaking his half-baked, raw leads all over The New York Times.

BTW, a medium-sized hole in the thesis appears immediately with the assertion that "John Doe #2" surfaced as a baggage-handler at Boston Logan: Mohamed Atta and the other attackers didn't need any help in the baggage area: they had their weapons with them in their carryon bags, and they abandoned their other baggage in their rental car.

I agree that The Rapist used OKC politically, and the press gave him a pass on politicizing a very great tragedy, which they wouldn't (and shouldn't) have done for X41 or Ronald Reagan. I agree that The Rapist went to OKC to do three things: console the bereft, promise justice to the scandalized, and to put Rush Limbaugh and Newt Gingrich behind the wheel of the truck. And I agree with you, the tragedy resuscitated The Rapist's political fortunes, and played fantastically well into the hands of the media hate-puppet campaign already under way against Gingrich.

But this......this is just too, too flaky to touch. Guys, please don't drag stuff out like this when it's half-baked. You only tip your hand and give the liberals something to demonize conservatives with, that we all wear tinfoil hats. It's important for responsible people to know, and for you to keep the pressure on them by demanding that the unspecified leads be worked and the Nichols/McVeigh case be broken down and solved -- Terry Nichols is still alive, and may be under a death sentence after his state trial, so there is a live eyewitness to work with. But, please, don't throw everyone's business, together with all the red herrings and coincidences, out in the street. You just make Freepers look foolish.

28 posted on 03/22/2002 2:03:26 AM PST by lentulusgracchus
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To: lentulusgracchus
OK, it is pretty wild. But it is also known that the '93 WTC bombing was a botched sting. The bomb was supposed to have been sabotaged by substituting an ingredient.

Of course, the FBI has never been infiltrated or corrupted by a foriegn power or by organized crime. That NEVER happens.

29 posted on 03/22/2002 2:29:25 AM PST by eno_
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To: eno_
Don't forget that beautiful piece of Overnight Authoring; the USA PATRIOT act. The one that was miraculously put together and passed before anyone who voted on it was allowed to read it. The one that makes just about everything the government does now a "State Secret", with the CIA and the FBI in charge of our Bill of Rights.
30 posted on 03/22/2002 2:46:24 AM PST by rdavis84
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To: lentulusgracchus
Ummm. At least the first part of your argument seems to be that the FBI just wouldn't do such a thing. But then, of course, we know that they not only would do so, but that they have done so. At Waco. In their labs. It's one thing to call people tin-foilers, and many are. But it's another thing to be an ostrich and dismiss all evidence to the contrary on the basis of organizational image.
31 posted on 03/22/2002 2:57:41 AM PST by jammer
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To: jammer
If Whitey Bulger and the Winter Hill Gang could turn at least one FBI agent and get away with multiple murders for decades in Boston, if Hanssen could be turned by the Soviets, if Waco and Ruby Ridge could be so corruptly covered up... just how wild is it to think Al Quaida might have either gotten to or turned at least one FBI agent?

This is, in fact more plausible than some black helicopter theory of the motive behind things.

32 posted on 03/22/2002 3:25:54 AM PST by eno_
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To: lentulusgracchus
Particularly flaky and scary is the assertion, without any backup whatsoever, that FBI agents deliberately impeded efforts to track the WTC attackers.

Yes, surely the FBI deserves some slack, because despite it's complicity in murder in Boston an in about a dozen other recent cases dealing evidence tampering, manslaughter, graft, etc. The FBI would never impede an investigation which might illuminate even more tarnish on their badges. No my goodness, never.

33 posted on 03/22/2002 3:37:48 AM PST by Wm Bach
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To: lentulusgracchus
There has been enough evidence brought out in the past few years, which can range from Ruby Ridge, Waco, OKC, WTC1, Flt. 800, WTC2 that were this a Jury Trial, Reasonable People would "Convict" the FBI if it were a person. And since it is formed into an Agency of the Federal Government, subordinate to the Federal Government via the "Justice" Dept., it's fair to Convict them as though they were a person..

The Brotherhood, with a few outstanding exceptions has chosen to work together in empathy with the purpose of concealing Wrongdoing by their Agency. It has been proven over and over. When the Agency was ultimately subordinate to the Clinton Criminals, no one that now wants to give them a pass on these matters had a problem with Condemning them.

They now are responsible, technically at least, to a new President who many on this forum choose to blindly support. The Switch doesn't flick on and off that easy in Real Life.

34 posted on 03/22/2002 4:36:18 AM PST by rdavis84
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To: rdavis84; Fred Mertz; OKCSubmariner; ratcat; lentulusgracchus; eno_; All
It's not that I discount the notion that John Doe2 could have been involved in 911.  And I'm not saying there's no possibility that rogue FBI/CIA agents who are loyal to Arab interests could be impeding the OKC and 911 investigations. (In fact, I threw out this possibility on another thread a day or two ago).   The issue I was addressing is a larger one and much more general in nature.  

It's the issue of how, once again, the "NWO Conspiracy" topic gets thrown into the mix, thus making it extremely easy for most people to just roll their eyes and discount any possible notion of Arab/foreign involvement in the 1995 OKC bombing.  It's the issue of how, if this thread takes the typical "NWO" route that is so common at FR these days, then normally-rational people will take one look, get disgusted, and then dismiss the OKC facts entirely.  When people start talking about the much larger issue of their viewpoints on the Patriot Act and how they think Dubya is part of a Grand Conspiracy to enslave us all, you'll needlessly lose at least 75% of your readership.   I've said this for years, too, so it's not anything new.  

Stick to the facts and leave out everything that is superfluous to the matter at hand.  One of the reasons we managed to dig out the facts on the Akal/Teg Security threads was because we didn't get sidetracked.  We didn't give the shills any ammunition to jump on the thread and use against us and start screaming "NutWing!"   Facts are facts and deserve the chance to stand alone without everyone's opinions about Waco, the NWO, et al getting thrown into the mix.  It just muddies the water and makes it too easy for the fence-sitters to dismiss the facts at hand.

It's always easier for me to just avoid the threads that start going down the NWO road, but this article and this topic deserves a closer look. Al Hussain Hussaini as John Doe2 deserves close scrutiny and the benefit of an open mind from everyone who reads this thread.   But it's a good bet that most people who pride themselves on being part of the "Non-NutWing" crowd will stop reading once they start seeing the Bush-bashing Bilderberger talk.  

Look, think of it from a practical standpoint, okay?  Throw out any emotional attachments to the overall NWO topic  and examine it from a purely practical and egocentric standpoint. And it may help to compare this with people who lose loved ones, go through the grieving process, then get stuck in the Denial Stage.  I think that analogy may fit nicely. 

The goal is to help them get through their denial so they can face reality, do what needs to be done and then get on with life.  But you can't rush it and try to cram it down their throats; a little finesse is in order if you want to keep their attention.  Their denial mechanism is a crutch and is helping them cope with the unthinkable.  It may be a crutch, but it's a useful crutch and one that is necessary at that point in time.  You don't want to just yank it out from under them and cram "reality" down their throats just to make your point. Instead, you take baby steps. You only give them what they can handle at that moment; otherwise they get totally overwhelmed, shut you out completely, and walk away.  You only give them what they can safely handle at that moment in time.  

This article by John Gibson is about John Doe2 and his possible connection to OKC and WTC2.  It's not about Waco.  It's not about Ruby Ridge.  It's not about Flight 800.  It's not about the Patriot Act.  And it's sure as hell not about how Dubya is a secret member of the Bilderberger Gang and how we're all doomed for transdermal computer chip implants and  the "666 Mark-of-the-Beast" on our foreheads in bright red, tattooed ink unless we get the "evil FBI" to admit they covered up the truth in the OKC bombing.

By bringing in the NWO stuff, Freepers do John Gibson, Larry Johnson, Jayna Davis, Dan Vogel,  David Shippers and all the people working behind the scenes a huge disservice.  You make them vulnerable to anyone who wants to scream "NutWing!" and anyone with ulterior motives who wants to marginalize the people who are willing to look at all the facts.   I  saw former CIA agent Larry Johnson on Monday morning's "Fox News and Friends" and almost dropped out of my chair.  In fact, I got so excited that I yelled at my husband to turn on the TV in the other room.  Mr. Johnson appeared very credible and marked the first time I've seen this on a credible news show.  He actually quoted the FBI agent (Vogel?), which speaks volumes.  At the time, I told my husband that either Larry Johnson was egregiously violating a precious confidence and will now rightfully get sued for slander, or there are people in the FBI/CIA/Pentagon/?? who are trying to make the truth known and this is a huge step in the right direction. 

I do feel bad for being rather sarcastic up there in #20 when I first threw this out and I apologize for that.  But I think it's an accurate reflection of the frustration some of us feel.  Or maybe I'm all alone in this thinking, I don't know.  If I am, it may be because the other 80% stopped reading when the Bush-bashing/NWO talk started and once again threw the baby out with the bathwater before getting through their denial.

Bottom line (finally):  I just think it's wiser to change people's minds and open up their eyes by using an incremental, "carrot & stick" approach instead of trying to cram the carrot down their throats.  It's much wiser and has a higher chance of being successful.  Strategically speaking, of course.

Just my opinion, for what it's worth. :-)

35 posted on 03/22/2002 8:27:10 AM PST by Nita Nupress
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To: lentulusgracchus
I have to agree with Nita. This is just flaky as hell.

Your concerns are reasonable and well put. But I am not ready to write off David Schippers or Larry Johnson as flakes just yet.

36 posted on 03/22/2002 8:37:51 AM PST by takenoprisoner
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To: lentulusgracchus,Nita Nupress,ratcat,lawdog,rdavis84,Wm Bach,Uncle Bill,archy,Donald Stone,Marian
The following is an excerpt from the transcript for Schippers remarks on Jim Quinn's radio program for MArch 13, 2002 posted on FR by ratcat. I have listened to the program and ratcat's transcript is accurate.

You will notice in the transcript that Schippers refers to certain Arab American FBI agents who are in his words a "Brick wall".

If you read the entire transcript and other interviews by Schippers on Alex Jones you will find that Schippers believes that tracking Arab types before and after the OKC and 9/11 attacks was impeded by the "brick wall" of these Arab American FBI agents.

Is Schippers correct about this-I do not know because I have not seen his proof. But he is working with a handful of active FBI agents and former CIA counter terror officials who would know. He would look really bad in front of these FBI agents and CIA officials if he came out and publicly make such an assertion if he were wrong.

I believe it is important to at least post what Schippers has said given his stature and his postion to know.

"DS: ......When you talk about political correctness, putting at risk the United States, you are going to see situations where there are Arab Americans, or Arab Arab Americans, we double it up - they are more Arab than American, working for the FBI. And wait until you hear those stories.

JQ: Well, OK, so we do have Middle Eastern operatives in the FBI.

DS: I don't know if they are operatives, I'm not calling them operatives, I'm saying that...

JQ: Well they are operatives for the FBI.

DS: Well, yeah, they're agents, special agents, working in the terrorist area.

JQ: Exactly, so they can indeed infiltrate this sort of thing. And you are telling me that they are hitting a brick wall, too?

DS: Wait until - no, no no, who the Arab agents?

JQ: Yeah.

DS: No, they're not hitting any brick wall. THEY ARE THE BRICK WALL. You'll find out. It's coming out. I can't do it now but it's ready to blow."

37 posted on 03/22/2002 8:40:28 AM PST by OKCSubmariner
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Another way to say what I was trying to say...

There are two ways to investigate something, including Al Hussain Hussaini and the John Doe2 issue:

  1. Examine the evidence and go wherever that takes us, without first lecturing everyone on our preconceived notions of where we'll end up. 
  2. Announce to everyone our preconceived notions and predictions of what the End Result will be, then set out to find the facts to prove it. 

Our preconceived notions are all different.  Why clutter up the topic and alienate people along the way?

38 posted on 03/22/2002 8:54:52 AM PST by Nita Nupress
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To: Nita Nupress; mancini; thinden; rdavis84; NDCORUP; archy; Judge Parker
There are two ways to investigate something, including Al Hussain Hussaini and the John Doe2 issue:

Can somebody post the Hussaini picture next to the John Doe 2 sketch?

I knew where you where coming from, Nitz, I just wanted to bring this thread back on topic. I wish NDCORUP was still with us.

39 posted on 03/22/2002 9:19:31 AM PST by Fred Mertz
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To: Nita Nupress,ratcat,lawdog,rdavis84,Ronneil,Marianne,archy,golitely,Wm Bach,Donald Stone,Uncle Bi
Nita, I agree with your concerns about having the message disredited by accusations of "conspiracy nuts" against those who lump in the NWO in everything that goes wrong with government or law enforcement without a provable or plausible basis.

However, I will continue to criticise defects in Bush policies on China, Cuba, legalizing illegal immigration, CFR, sharing operational details of US missile defense with Russia and China, unilateral disarmament of too many of our nuclear misile delivery systems, flaws in the Patriot act, pressuring Israel to give land and Jerusalem to the PLO, blocking and manipulating (sent Snider, Tenet's deputy)at least some open Congressional hearings on the failures of US intell leading to the 9/11 attacks.

I have noticed that many defenders of Bush use as an argument when I criticise Bush policies that I must be a NWO conspiracy nut for even making the cricisms on factual grounds even when I do not introduce any motive on Bush's part.

The Bush supporters can appear narrow minded and dictatorial (even when they are not) during the times when they improperly label Bush critics NWO conspiracy nuts (the ones who do not deserve the label)and only increase suspicions of what Bush's motives are for the things I and others (Conservative Repubs) criticize Bush for.

I do believe that many of the mistakes Bush has made with policiy decisions recommended by Ahscroft, Mueller, Rice and Powell and Scowcroft has helped the NWO agenda even if Bush is not part of the NWO crowd and does not intend to help them or their agenda. That is a fair argument to raise that does not deserve a NWO conspiracy nut label.

There is no doubt that there is a World Governance (NWO, New World Order, World Government,etc.) with a clear well established agenda and a presence in the US, in the EU, in corporations and in COngress and in the US government. Stating that does not make one a NWO conspiracy nut. It is fact.

40 posted on 03/22/2002 9:21:20 AM PST by OKCSubmariner
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To: Nita Nupress; Wallaby; Thinden; Mancini
"One of the reasons we managed to dig out the facts on the Akal/Teg Security threads was because we didn't get sidetracked."

Nita, I don't know that you recall this detail, but Wallaby can address it from his recollection: I had been HARPING on the detail that we needed to know WHO was in charge of Security for the Murrah Bldg. I could find NO references to it.

That had not been covered. Wallaby, whether because of my repetition or not, dug out an article that mentioned TEG. When I tried to find anything on them I'd draw a blank. Wallaby kept digging and found more that related to AKAL. It went from there.

Now with regard to mentioning NWO stuff, I'll not stop that for my part. Simply because, to me, that it is the logic behind the majority of what is occuring and accellerating. If folks don't want to hear it, fine. Recall your experience with quidam, it reached no conclusion. Did it?

What I'm saying is that planting the seeds of a logical answer to strange, and by individual review of details, un-connected major events is to me a method that has worked in the past. It may get some of us labeled KooKs, but I, speaking for myself, do not care.

I'm not a missionary, nor a crusader that MUST succeed. I'll just put my thoughts and opinions out there, and if others dismiss them, so be it. We're in a very fast countdown now.

I'm sorry you feel some of us are using the wrong methods, but that's the way it'll be. O.K.

41 posted on 03/22/2002 9:21:52 AM PST by rdavis84
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To: Fred Mertz
Fred I just put NDCORUP's input in the above reply for him ;-)
42 posted on 03/22/2002 9:23:50 AM PST by rdavis84
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To: glorygirl,Nita Nupress,golitely,Ronneil,ratcat,rdavis84,archy,lawdog,Uncle Bill,backhoe,Wm Bach,D
Correction for last paragraph:

"There is no doubt that there is a World Governance (NWO, New World Order, World Government,etc.) with a clear well established agenda and a presence in the US, in the EU, in corporations and in COngress and in the US government AND IN THE UN. Stating that does not make one a NWO conspiracy nut. It is fact."

43 posted on 03/22/2002 9:25:24 AM PST by OKCSubmariner
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To: OKCSubmariner
Johnny Islam Love Doe #2 OKC Bump
44 posted on 03/22/2002 9:27:57 AM PST by My Favorite Headache
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To: OKCSubmariner
"Stating that does not make one a NWO conspiracy nut. It is fact."

And that's very clearly stated. Thanks.

45 posted on 03/22/2002 9:33:52 AM PST by rdavis84
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To: rdavis84
A good response to Nita's, rd. While I can fully understand her perspective, for those of us who believe that these kinds of events are not events unto themselves, that they are connected as part of an overall assault, NOT connecting them is going against the grain. The point is well made that some folks are turned off and would benefit from information in increments. Heck, my eyes glaze over fairly frequently. But my first concern is that I really don't think we have the luxury of time here.
46 posted on 03/22/2002 10:03:19 AM PST by mancini
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To: rdavis84; OKCSubmariner
Nita, I don't know that you recall this detail, but Wallaby can address it from his recollection: I had been HARPING on the detail that we needed to know WHO was in charge of Security for the Murrah Bldg. I could find NO references to it.

That had not been covered. Wallaby, whether because of my repetition or not, dug out an article that mentioned TEG. When I tried to find anything on them I'd draw a blank. Wallaby kept digging and found more that related to AKAL. It went from there.

You are exactly right, and you and Wallaby deserve all the credit for the topic even being researched.  Your work was stupendous on those threads and it shows what Freepers can do when they stay concentrated on the topic at hand.  My point was, we went through 6 entire threads with the luxury of not having to swat off the shills because we stayed on topic.   They were unable to sidetrack the ongoing research and conversation by focusing on any "Nutwing" topics.  They were unable to sidetrack us and marginalize our work because we didn't bring up the topics that marginalize in the first place. 

In my ever-so-humble opinion, it's a shame to waste the enormous talents of two individuals such as yourselves just because you're unwilling and/or unable to think strategically.  Instead, you insist on cluttering up the OKC investigation with your irrelevant (to everyone else) opinions about the Bush family and the ever-dreaded Bilderberger Gang.  The OKC bombing can and should be investigated without dragging all that garbage into it.  If that's where it ends up, then fine, that's where it ends up and we'll deal with it.  I just think it's doing the main participants (Ms. Davis, Larry Johnson, Shippers, etc.) a disservice by dragging it out now just to make your point.

That's my opinion and I'm sticking with it.   Hugs to both of you. :)

 

47 posted on 03/22/2002 10:05:39 AM PST by Nita Nupress
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To: mancini
P.S. Better to sound the alarms beforehand and risk being called a kook by folks than to have them say later "Why didn't anyone say anything?"
48 posted on 03/22/2002 10:06:11 AM PST by mancini
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To: OKCSubmariner
I just sent you e-mail re: a Mr. lawson who was just on Fox News he is part of a Judicial Watch lawsuit re" Iraq involvement in the OKC Bombing". Lawson had "no facts" and was not a good advocate. Lawson did mention that the feds were withholding security camera video showing Doe #2 getting out of the truck with Mcveigh but the " reporter" skipped over it. She is either pretty stupid or was too intimidated to go there.

The "reporter" also took the opportunity to "debunk" a report supposedly from a US News and World reporter who allegedly claimed that Mcveigh had Iraq telephone numbers in his wallet when he was arrested.She said she called the reporter and he now claims that the information was "just a joke" circulated sometime after the bombing. Some friggin joke. She named the reporter in question but I don't recall his name.

49 posted on 03/22/2002 10:10:00 AM PST by lawdog
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To: rdavis84
Should have sent this to you, not myself:

P.S. Better to sound the alarms beforehand and risk being called a kook by folks than to have them say later "Why didn't anyone say anything?"

50 posted on 03/22/2002 10:12:12 AM PST by mancini
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