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The Oklahoma City Bombing and the Politics of Terror
Detailed evidence about the U.S. Government's unholy alliance with the terrorist underworld - and of a sting operation that led to the Oklahoma City bombing - will no doubt shock many people. Reporter David Hoffman's two-year investigation leads to a number of revelations, including a web of connections linking Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols to a neo-Nazi operation and ...more
Paperback, 509 pages
Published December 31st 1998 by Feral House
(first published December 12th 1971)
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I only have a photocopy of this bk because, supposedly, an FBI agent mentioned in it sued & won the lawsuit - wch resulted in the publisher being forced to burn the remaining copies of the bk - SO, a photocopy is all I've managed to get. By way of preface, I had a young friend who was quite nice who sd to me one time something to the effect that she wanted Timothy McVeigh executed. That struck me as misguided given that she cdn't possibly have any reliable info about whether he was guilty or ...more
This book is extremely well researched and stunning in its conclusions. That this event could happen as described should shake to the core every American's faith in governments and their law enforcement institutions. There is just too much information that is odd about this case to accept the version that the government claims is true. For instance, if Tim McVeigh had just set off a massive bomb that was bound to kill many people why would he meekly surrender to a traffic cop 45 minutes later wh ...more
Waco, OKC, 9-11... The government doesn't want us to know what really happened most of the time. OKC is a great example. A web of distortions, false trails, lies, and the usual abuses of power. There's a reason for so many theories about horrific events. We're never told the truth about them. And most attentive (concerned) people can tell something smells bad here.