Good morning, Netizens...
At 9:02 AM on April 19, 1995,
ostensibly Timothy McVeigh blew up the Alfred R. Murrah building in
Oklahoma City. McVeigh was accused and convicted of the hideous
crime, and was put to death. Not much question existed in all but a
small handful of conspiracy theorists that he was the person that
killed 168 people and injured thousands more, yet now there is a
plausible theory emerging that suggests the American people were
never told the entire story.
were various security cameras running that fateful morning, and Jesse
Trentadue, a Salt Lake City attorney who obtained the recordings
through the federal Freedom of
Information Act as part of an unofficial inquiry he is
conducting, now states there are critical portions of the tape(s)
that are missing.
The tapes turned over by the FBI came from security cameras various
companies had mounted outside office buildings near the Alfred
P. Murrah Federal Building. They are blank at points before
9:02 a.m., when a truck bomb carrying a 4,000 pound
fertilizer-and-fuel-oil bomb detonated in front of the building,
It has taken a lawsuit and years to obtain copies of those tapes,
taken from 11 different cameras dispersed throughout the area. In
all, Trentadue received over 30 tapes, and has filed for more
documents relating to the bombing.
What is missing? The tapes all go mysteriously blank just minutes
before the explosion tore the Murrah Building apart, and mysteriously
restarted several minutes after the blast.
"Four cameras in four different locations going blank at
basically the same time on the morning of April 19, 1995. There ain't
no such thing as a coincidence," Trentadue said.
Nope. I think he's right. It certainly doesn't look like a
coincidence at all.