Is the OKC bombing in the history books? I don’t think so. At least not with any accuracy.
So it is very gratifying to see the ongoing struggle with the FBI get some mainstream coverage. From CBS News: “Oklahoma City bombing questions rekindled with trial focusing on video.”
A Salt Lake City attorney is arguing in a lawsuit that the FBI has video of the Oklahoma City bombing that shows a second person was involved.
The case is at the heart of Jesse Trentadue’s quest to explain his brother’s mysterious jail cell death 19 years ago, which has rekindled long-dormant questions about whether others were involved in the deadly 1995 blast.
What some consider a far-flung conspiracy theory is at the forefront of his Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the FBI that goes to trial Monday.
And it goes on. For all its value as an establishment admission that the courts take this so-called “conspiracy theory” quite seriously, it is otherwise a cover-up. It deliberately under-states facts, evidence, and allegations to make Jesse Trentadue’s case seem less plausible than it is.
It specifically only touches on the overwhelming evidence that Kenneth Trentadue (Wikipedia) was tortured and then strangled to death by the FBI. It doesn’t mention the Chief Medical Examiner who supports the claim, or the efforts that the FBI went in order to get the body cremated before the family ever saw it (they failed).
They leave out many other details that add plausibility—such as the fact that Trentadue and Wayne Guthrie (aka “John Doe #2”) not only looked similar, but both had a dragon tattoo on the right arm. In a written description they would seem identical.
Incidentally, the cover-up both of the OKC bombing and the Trentadue murder intimately involves Eric Holder, not only as the current head of a bureaucracy fighting against the courts every step of the way, but also because Holder was an essential player in the cover-up since the beginning. That’s why I wrote back in December 2013 that Holder,
from the time he was lobbying to prevent Congressional hearings about the OKC bombing, covering up the Trentadue murder, or sending rifles to Mexican drug cartels, has been a nested hater in that bureaucracy.
The story does give us a great example of how people allegedly connected to public justice are more concerned about keeping the population compliant.
“It may bring in some new light, but it’s most likely going to raise more and more questions if we get the tapes,” attorney David Slane told CBS affiliate KWTV in Oklahoma City. “I think people need some closure to all this and not let it become the next John Kennedy assassination of trying to find a second shooter, Oklahomans deserve to know the answers.”
Wake up and smell the fertilizer: It already is the next John Kennedy assassination.
Here is another write-up of the OKC bombing cover-up.
You can also find many valuable interviews with investigators, as well as with Jesse Trentadue, here.
This is a real story. Americans need to demand the truth.