posted on Jun, 23 2015 @ 06:27 AM
Wanted to get some updated infos and tried Wikipedia, first the German version, then the English for comparison.
The English site is ... a stub, at most. The German version is at least 5 times longer. This is usually a sign for edit-wars, but the history of that
page does not give any clues for that.
I think that there are .. forces .. within even Wikipedia who wants to edit some parts out of your history.
Anyway, what I saw from the German version takes me to the following points:
- FBI used pyrotechnics which were technically able to ignite the devastating fire.
- Sen. John Danforth did not find any clues for the governmental side to have started the fire.
- FBI prevented the fire department from estinguishing the fires because they "feared gun fire from the Davidians onto the firetrucks".
- A lot went wrong on that day.
I don't know... There is even a large chapter about people in the rightwing militia interpreting this event as a wakeup-call, and about their motives.
That is not a good thing, in my opinion. It takes a very simplistic view on a very chaotic day and tries to produce a simple, yet convenient answer
that the government is evil. Could be right, but could also be wrong, even both together.