OKC Bombing and Eric Holder:
The Story That Went to Newsweek’s Trash
December 26, 2011
If you live in Oklahoma, you know the angst over the Oklahoma City Bombing, and the disturbing feeling that not everything we heard about the story was true, or at least, some was distorted or not complete. The families of victims and those on the premises that day have written about it, interviewed about it but the official story has remained the same. Now there is information implicating current U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and a possible Fast-and-Furious-type coverup. There is a story of a recent Newsweek article published only after gutting new and damning details. Is PATCON familiar to you? Do you still question Ruby Ridge? What do you know about Elohim City and Timothy McVeigh? Was the ATF and the FBI involved in a coverup? The new information is dense and troubling. Is any of it true? I don’t know, but there is a name attached to the Newsweek article, and what the author reportedly wrote that didn’t appear in print.
I suggest readers start at Grumpy Opinions which has numerous links to recent and past articles about possible coverups and then move to the Sipsey Street article for the trashed Newsweek story. I live in Tulsa and remember that awful day well, but years after beginning a blog, I don’t think I’ve ever written about it. If you have opinions on the Oklahoma City bombing, I would love to hear them.
Gulag Note: the observations of Jack Cashill on this subject are also important, linked through the “Oklahoma City Bombing” tag, below.