posted on Oct, 13 2003 @ 07:09 PM
Yeah, put to rest the hundreds of dead women and children burned to death with tank mounted flamethrowers and buried by armored engineer vehicles.
Hope he has sweet dreams...
Even now, the events of that long-ago winter day haunt federal agent Davy Aguilera.
Images of the shootout and siege, scenes that once gripped viewers around the globe but which long since have faded from the public consciousness,
still streak through Aguilera's mind.
He was the ATF agent whose firearms investigation of the Branch Davidians led to a raid on their compound near Waco on Feb. 28, 1993.
The ill-fated raid claimed four U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents and six Davidians and sparked a 51-day standoff that ended in the
deaths of 76 Davidians — including the religious sect's leader, David Koresh.