Wednesday, April 19, 2006

APRIL 19, 1995

Today marks the 11th anniversary of the bombing of the Federal
Building in Oklahoma City. The bombing killed 168 men, women,
and children.

The Feds pinned it all on two right wing extremists named
Timothy Mcveigh and Terry Nichols. But did they have any help?
In her coverage of the story, investigative journalist Jayna Davis
uncovered a possibleMiddle Eastern connection to the bombing.
For instance:

-A witness places Terry Nichols at a meeting in the Philippines
with Abu Sayyaf Group members (The ASG is a Muslim extremist
group that is affiliated with al Qaida).

-Also at this meeting was convicted WTC bomber Ramzi Youssef.

-Witnesses saw a man in the passenger seat of the Ryder truck
that Timothy Mcveigh was driving just before the blast.

-Some of the witnesses have identified that man as a former Iraqi
Republican Guard soldier named Hussain Al-Hussaini.

-Hussain Al-Hussaini was employed at Logan Airport in Boston on
9/11/01. Two of the planes hijacked that day were flying out of

Many have dismissed Davis' story as just another conspiracy theory.
Maybe it is, for all I know. But she did do her homework on this,
and she makes a compelling case. Hell, it's more believable than
almost anything Cynthia McKinney says. It's definitely worth
checking out.

No comments:

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter