With all due respect... Waco had nothing...nothing whatsoever to do with or compare to this on any level, remotely imaginable. Nothing. At all.
I once thought I knew all about Waco and debated the point from the side most here take for what they figure happened there. Then someone on here who
was a well established and well respected member (No longer here, for whatever reason) challenged me hard one day to prove it was all set up or the
cops did it or...prove it wasn't. Either way, prove it, he demanded. So..I read...and for the entire evening and night I read. Texas Ranger reports,
Justice Dept reports, Court Transcripts of the Dravidians themselves. I looked at hundreds of photos taken at the scene and reports on the canisters,
weapons and armor present or discovered after the event.
I'd love to get into that in depth if folks want to keep comparing the killing of a cop killer (Dorner) to how the ATF turned a simple weapons
violation bust into World War III on the plains of Texas. Either way though, the fire that killed them all was as much their own doing as that of
anyone else......but the true tragedy of it takes reading about it because NO ONE was really 100% at fault for how they all died there that morning.
That's the largest tragedy of it all. Shouldn't have happened....didn't have to happen...and all sides thought, at that moment, they were doing the
Just my two cents..as that Waco comparison keeps coming up like bad urban legend. Both cases had a burning building. Both cases had at least one human
being die in the burning building. That is about the end of anything the two places had remotely in common. My two cents....