Sunday, October 09, 2005

Oklahoma City Bombing and the Middle East (Disinfo, but very important)

Oklahoma City Bombing and the Middle East

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Report: OKC Bombing Was TapedA Secret Service document written shortly after the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing described security video footage of the attack and witness testimony that suggested Timothy McVeigh may have had accomplices at the scene.
9-11 panel confronts about OKC-Iraq linkSept. 11 Commission testimony by former FBI Director Louis Freeh yesterday lent credibility to a theory that Iraq was behind the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, according to an investigative reporter whose new book on the subject was addressed at the hearing.
Iraqis linked to Oklahoma CityCompelling evidence ex-Saddam soldiers directly involved in execution of '95 blast
Specter asks probe of Iraq links to WTC-Okla. attacksU.S. Sen. Arlen Specter is calling for a probe into allegations of a possible Iraqi connection between the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City six years earlier.
Congressmen pick up pace of OKC bombing probeIndiana congressman Dan Burton, as chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform, continues to push for an explanation of allegations that foreigners were involved in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
The Iraq ConnectionWith the Sept. 11 anniversary upon us and President Bush talking about a "regime change" in Iraq, it's an apt time to look at two investigators who connect Baghdad to two notorious incidents of domestic terrorism.
Congress has Oklahoma witness tapesThis article outlines the prior warning issued by the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare that corroborate the witnesses' testimonies who tie Middle Eastern accomplices to McVeigh and Nichols.
The FBI knew in '95, why didn't we?Eleven months after Timothy McVeigh was put to death for the Oklahoma City bombing, a startling revelation has come to light.
Congress steps in to probe '95 bombingCongress can no longer ignore the evidence that Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols had foreign help in blowing up the Oklahoma City federal building.
Congressional hearing to examine possible Middle East linkRepresentative Dan Burton, (R-Indiana) is planning to hold congressional hearings into whether a conspiracy, with Middle East connections, was behind the 1995 truck bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City.
A few questions before FBI agent exitsAn FBI supervisor facing discipline for the bureau's failure to disclose thousands of documents to the defendants in the Oklahoma City bombing case is getting out of the kitchen while it's still hot.
Missing evidence from Oklahoma CityThe FBI doesn't want to talk about it, but the evidence keeps mounting.
The Middle Eastern connection to Oklahoma CityEver since the country was savagely attacked on Sept. 11, the FBI has relentlessly investigated flight schools, airports, universities, mosques, Middle Eastern charities and Muslim communities, looking for connections to al-Qaida or other jihadist groups.
Are the OKC Bombing & 9/11 Linked?Former CIA officer and Deputy Director of the State Department's office of Counter Terrorism outlined some of the links Jayna Davis discovered between the Iraqi suspects in OKC and the WTC attacks of 9-11 as a guest on the O'Reilly Factor (May 7, 2002).
Warning Before 1995 Oklahoma BombingJust weeks before Timothy McVeigh bombed the Oklahoma City federal building in 1995, U.S. intelligence and law enforcement received several warnings that Islamic terrorists were seeking to strike on American soil and that a likely target was government buildings, documents show.
Ex-CIA agent believes in a John Doe 2Though the U.S. government clings to the notion that Timothy McVeigh, acting alone, set off the horrendous explosion on April 19, 1995, that pancaked the nine-story Oklahoma City federal building, a former high-ranking CIA official says there's solid evidence to indicate he worked with an Iraqi John Doe No. 2.
An Oklahoma MysteryNew hints of links between Timothy McVeigh and Middle Eastern terrorists
The Terrorist MotelThe I-40 connection between Zacarias Moussaoui and Mohamed Atta
Oklahoma City blast linked to bin LadenArticle dated March 20, 2001. Reporter Jayna Davis says FBI refused to accept evidence of foreign terror connection.
Oklahoma City linked to bin LadenArticle dated November 21, 2001. Soon after the fall of Kabul, journalists discovered two houses in an upscale neighborhood, one bearing the seal of the Taliban and the Ministry of Defense, where a lot of interesting documents, papers and notebooks had been left behind when the Taliban made their hasty departure.
FBI refused 22 witness testimoniesEvidence implicating Mideast connection created 'discovery problem'
FBI Refuses EvidenceTerry Nichols' defense attorneys argued Tuesday that prosecutors have ignored evidence favorable to Nichols because they would be legally obligated to share it with him.
OKC Bombing: Precursor to 9-11?Evidence links the OKC bombing to Middle Eastern terrorists, and the failure of officials to examine this evidence in 1995 may have set the stage for the September 11th attacks.
OKC Bombing Suspect Worked at 9-11 AirportA former State Department anti-terrorism prober now claims that a missing suspect in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing is a former Iraqi soldier who later secured a job at Boston's Logan Airport, where two of the 9-11 hijackers boarded planes they later commandeered and slammed into the World Trade Center.

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