posted on Jul, 3 2010 @ 11:20 PM
I didn't hear what the guy had to say as I no longer listen to AJ, however after reading the website cited, I have to say that I'm not buying it.
It's not that I don't buy that McVeigh had accomplices, it's just that I don't buy some of the stuff that this guy is saying. Why would McVeigh go
around telling inmates that he was an undercover agent with the FBI? That's the quickest way to get an earlier death sentence. Also, I find it
unlikely, though imposable that McVeigh would be having a hard time in prison. Would he not be considered a hero? Maybe because of the children's
deaths, he wasn't but because he didn't intentionally target children, I wouldn't see him labeled as heinous criminal, to other death-rowers of
I also question the guy's motives, being on death-row and authoring a book. Like the other poster had stated, his character is in question. Normally,
I don't chalk up someone's trying to sell books for profit as evidence of their lying but in this case, I do have to question the guy's motives.
Some things seem legit though. Such things as the source. If anyone would know the truth, it would be McVeigh's fellow inmates, as he must of
confided with them, whether through anger at his situation or just plain boasting. I would be very surprised if McVeigh didn't confide in his fellow
Now, is the author still on death-row? If he is, then how did he have an interview with AJ? Also, if what this guy says is true and he is still on
death-row, then I'd be very surprised that they allowed him to publish the book and then speak about it on death-row. If the feds had something to
cover up, they sure wouldn't let someone write a book about it from death-row and then give interviews about it.
Just my 2 cents.