posted on Mar, 2 2004 @ 07:38 PM
Review this, maybe? What is your thoughts?
"The 3rd terrorist: Mideast tie to OKC bombing
Investigative reporter has 'dead-bang' evidence of Islamic plot"
"Last April, Davis' reporting on the Oklahoma City bombing was vindicated when the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit filed
against her after finding "defendants did not recklessly disregard the truth" in reporting on an Iraqi soldier's alleged involvement in the
"After eight years of oppressive litigation, the courts have vindicated my work ethic as a dedicated journalist," Davis told WorldNetDaily at the
time. "The lawsuit was obviously designed to silence a legitimate investigation into Middle Eastern complicity in the 1995 Oklahoma City
And then continues with:
"In an interview with WND in October 2001, attorney David Schippers, who prosecuted the House of Representatives' impeachment case against Bill
Clinton, said his examination of the evidence Davis presented him was conclusive.
"I am thoroughly convinced that there was a dead-bang Middle Eastern connection in the Oklahoma City bombing,"
The above article mentions Jayna Davis's
investigative write-up of the OKC Bombing, that can be seen and read here:
"The Third Terrorist: The Middle Eastern Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing"
Interestingly enough, there was and has been mention of "John Doe No. 2," who has not been captured to this day but was claimed to be an accomplice
to the 1995 OKC Bombing. Here is what is interesting.....Jose' Padilla, an alleged 'dirty bomber' for Al-Qaeda in a mug-shot:
Ran across this article:
"OKLAHOMA BOMBING LINKED TO BIN LADEN"
"But," the Times said, "chemical formulas written by him and by another man, a Bosnian, who left notes behind at the Taliban Defense Ministry in
the same quarter of Kabul, show clearly that they knew how to make crude explosives. In an apparent reference to the Oklahoma City bombing by Timothy
McVeigh, one chemical formula at the Defense Ministry is annotated in Bosnian, ‘Was used in Oklahoma.’" This had been described toward the end of
Rhode’s story the previous day a little differently. Discussing the house that bore the Taliban and Ministry of Defense seals, Rhode had written,
"Upstairs, a room labeled ‘special office,’ had been mostly emptied, but numerous papers remained in desk drawers. Most of them were notebooks from
students. One gave a detailed description of various ways to make nitroglycerin, dynamite and fertilizer bombs. A note next to one of the explosive
formulas said, ‘the type used in Oklahoma.’"
That was the biggest news in the story if the formula was not ammonium nitrate and fuel oil, the ANFO bomb that Timothy McVeigh is supposed to have
used to blow up the Murrah Building. "Supposed to have used" has to be said because there is a lot of evidence that an ANFO bomb alone could not
have caused all the damage done to the Murrah Building and that smaller powerful bombs inside the building caused much, if not most, of it. Since the
ANFO that the FBI says was in the Ryder truck failed to demolish a low concrete wall between it and the building, or knock down a nearby lamp post, it
could not have destroyed the more distant reinforced concrete building."
"An Oklahoma Mystery: New hints of links between Timothy McVeigh and Middle Eastern terrorists"