1. No ATF agents were in their offices the day of the bombing.
2. First police officer on scene, tells wife they are lying about it and ends up murdered and it is potrayed as a suicide.
3. Dr. asked to falsify reports for BATF agents injuries day of OK city bomb blast refuses and subsequently dies.
4. What ever happened to the dark-haired man with McVeigh?
5. Experts in explosives report that there were charges set at the bases of columns inside the building.
6. All accounts of people hearing the blasts report 2 explosions.
1. "All 15 ATF employees at the building survived." AP story
2. "He called his wife that morning crying - the big ol'
Teddy Bear of a guy was crying - and saying repeatedly, "It's not true. It's
not what they are saying. It didn't happen that way." Terry Yeakey may have
been the first to discover the sham."
"First police officer to arrive at the Murrah Building following the OK City bombing One year later, his patrol car was found abandoned along a dirt
road, the front seat covered with blood. Officer Yeakey himself was found a short distance away, with cut wounds on both arms and his throat, plus a
gunshot through the head. No gun was ever found, and the death was ruled a suicide."
"He had collected together a vast amount of hard data on the bombing of the Murrah building. That material was never found following his death."
"Official reports claim Yeakey slashed his wrists, one twice and the other three times, placed two slits in a vein at the bend of the elbow of one
arm and four at the bend of the elbow of the other, and then stabbed himself with the knife in both sides of the throat, near the jugular vein. Then
he walked one-and-a-half miles where he shot himself in the side of the head. The bullet entered the upper temple on the right side and exited below
the upper jaw bone on the left side, meaning the gun would have been pointed in a downward angle -- a most unlikely way for a person bent on suicide
to hold a gun."
3. [Dr. Donald] Chumley was approached shortly after the bombing and asked to falsify reports concerning injuries that BATF agents suffered when the
building was bombed.
The physician flatly refused to make any reports of injuries that didn't occur. When he learned that another doctor in the Oklahoma City area had
agreed to make the false reports, he objected and threatened to turn the physician in to medical authorities.
Chumley was killed on September 24, 1995 while the plane he was piloting from Amarillo to Guthrie was in a climb and suddenly plunged into a field. He
was killed instantly.
4. "Key said his committee found "over 70 witnesses" who said they saw McVeigh "and one or more 'John Does'" in the days before -- and on the
day of -- the bombing."
". . .about 40 witnesses came forward in response to FBI composite drawings of "John Doe 1" and "John Doe 2," thought to be of Middle Eastern
5."Sources familiar with the Pentagon report, however, have confirmed that the conclusions were similar in nature to those of a private report
prepared by General Benton K. Partin, dated July 30, 1995, except that the Pentagon report concludes there were demolition charges placed on five
columns, not four as concluded by General Partin."
"When told about this information from the Daily Oklahoman, General Partin, a retired Air Force Weapons and explosives expert, stated that the
"beaver-like" description of damage to the inner columns could have been caused by detonation cord or other explosives wrapped around or adajcent to
the columns and would not be explained by the Ryder truck bomb alone."
6. "From his position, even if he [Harry Eberhart] had been asleep at the first blast, it would have been almost impossible for him to have missed
the multiple explosions which lasted a full ten seconds. Hundreds of other witnesses are aware of this, although many were coerced into changing their
stories. None was called to the federal grand jury."
"One has to wonder what facts Agent Eberhart used to form his convictions. Experts tell us that there are two identifying signatures from a blast of
ammonium nitrate and fuel oil: One is fire, the other is a lingering nitrate gas. Neither was present at the Murrah Building, evidenced by the
hundreds of rescue workers on the scene without gas masks. "
"Police at one point said a second, unexploded bomb was found, but Magaw said no other bomb was confirmed."
It all strikes me as odd and disturbing.