10 Years Gone

Ten years ago today, a network of conspirators blew up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

Sure, Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols got nabbed, but there was a larger group with middle-eastern links that helped plan and execute the attack. For some reason the Feds didn’t want the investigation to go past their two militia patsies.

You want evidence? Read The Third Terrorist by Jayna Davis.

It’s incredible the amount of information she was able to dig up about the bombing – and even more incredible were the brick walls she kept running into courtesy of the Reno Justice Department. I read the book a while back and to say it’s eye-opening is a gigantic understatement. Every American should read this book – it will remind you that not only is the Federal government going to continue to struggle protecting us from islamofascist terrorists, but sometimes they even stand in the way of protecting us.

Others remembering the attack that killed 168 innocent men, women and children:

Mike’s Noise – remembering what it was like to be in Oklahoma City that day
Patterico
Ace of Spades
Say Anything
Nixon’s Memoirs – remembering a friend lost in the bombing

4 comments

  1. I lost a dear friend that day, and was living just south of OKC at the time. I can’t believe it’s been ten years, and posted a rememberance of that time yesterday on my blog. I’m glad others are remembering as well.

  2. It does seem illogical, Jeff, but you should read the book if you have time. The only criticism I have of the book is that it’s easy to get lost in the details – there are a lot of characters and it seems like she tried to get a massive amount of information compressed into a tight little package. It’s still a pretty easy and important read, IMO.

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