The Oklahoma City Bombing...
Documented PROOF there were additional explosive charges.
Tiffany Bible affidavit
Tiffany Bible was a paramedic called to the Murrah Building following the bombing. This affidavit reports three important facts:
1. The ATF were not in the building.
2. That the ATF was already putting out a story that the Murrah Building was bombed "because of Waco" only a few hours after the actual blast and before Tim McVeigh was even arrested.
3. That an unexploded bomb was found attached to a gas line inside the building.
Arlene Blanchard Press Release
Arlene was a survivor of the bombing. In this press release, issued at the time of her grand jury appearance, she reveals that she was ordered to keep silent about what she knew of the bombing by the Army under threat of court martial.
DoD Atlantic Command Memo
This memo, issued 36 hours after the bombing, reports at least two additional bombs were found in the Murrah Building.
FEMA Situation Report
This FEMA memo also reports at least two additional bombs were found in the Murrah Building.
U.S. Forces Command Daily Log
Again, confirmation of at least two additional bombs which were found in the Murrah Building.
Joe Harp affidavit
Joe Harp, based on his military explosives experience, refutes the ANFO claim and identifies the additional bombs he sees removed from the building as being military in nature.
Jane Graham Statement
This statement by a survivor tells of three men she saw in the Murrah Building Garage the week prior to the bombing, and the FBI's obvious disinterest in the matter.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Radio Logs
These four pages are the radio log of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Note that the reports of additional bombs are also confirmed by the fire department.
Virgil Steele Affidavit
Virgil Steele is the elevator inspector who discovered that the story told by a senior BATF agent about being trapped in a plummeting elevator was a lie. The elevators were in working order except for being without power, and nobody had been trapped in them. Virgil also sees two additional bombs being removed from the building.
The references in the FEMA and DOD documents came from the same media reports that indicated two unexploded bombs were removed from the Murrah Building. This explains the similarity in wording. Both FEMA and DOD Atlantic Command were only interested in disaster relief and recovery efforts and were not responsible for investigating the bombing, therefore they were relying on extant media reports to inform superiors. It is reasonable to conclude that, as the media reports changed, additional communications were disseminated by both agencies to update their respective management teams about the alleged changing situation.
The federal government has successfully brainwashed the majority of the American public into thinking it was a Ryder rental truck filled with explosives that destroyed the Murrah Building; but the truth is that there were explosives planted in the building (which the preceding documents evidence). Please watch the actual news media coverage (Windows Media) if you haven't seen it yet, which further confirms that there were bombs in the building (just as there were in the Trade Towers on 911).
These documents only serve as proof that the media did indeed report that unexploded bombs were removed, not that FEMA employees saw them. The above genuine documents are known to Charles Key's investigation.
OKC Bombing Cover-up
The Eglin Blast Effects Study
Police Officer Murdered to Cover-up OKC BombingNewsmedia Reports There Were BOMBS in the Murrah Building! (right-click to download)
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