http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2015/04/okc.html

https://patriotnewstwo.wordpress.com/2015/04/21/eric-holders-doj-says-they-will-shoot-down-commercial-aircraft-in-texas-if-his-demands-are-not-met/

 

Next week will mark the 20th anniversary of the terrorist bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, which killed 168 people including 19 children. The mainstream media will undoubtedly focus its attention on Timothy McVeigh, who was put to death in June 2001 for his part in the crime. They might also mention Terry Nichols, who was convicted of helping McVeigh plan the bombing and is serving a life sentence without parole.

OKC MurrahThere will be less discussion about how the FBI spent years hunting for a man who witnesses say accompanied McVeigh on the day of the bombing. They called this accomplice John Doe #2 and theories about his identity range from an Iraqi named Hussain Al-Hussaini, to a German national described below, to a neo-nazi bank robber named Richard Guthrie. The Justice Department finally gave up its search and said it was all a mistake— that there was never any credible evidence of a John Doe #2 being involved.

That reversal demonstrates a pattern of cover-up by authorities and limited media coverage in the years since the crime. This week, accounts will not repeat early reports of secondary devices in the building, or reports of the involvement of unknown middle-eastern characters. There will also be little if any mention of the extensive independent investigation into the crime that was conducted by leading members of the OKC community. Here are seven more facts that will probably not see much coverage on the 20thanniversary.

  1. Attorney Jesse Trentadue began investigating the case after his brother Kenney was killed in prison, apparently having been tortured to death by the FBI in its search for John Doe #2. Trentadue’s investigation led to a federal judge nearly finding the FBI in contempt of court for tampering with a key witness. Trentadue now says, “There’s no doubt in my mind, and it’s proven beyond any doubt, that the FBI knew that the bombing was going to take place months before it happened, and they didn’t stop it.”
  1. Judge Clark Waddoups, who presided over the case brought by Jesse Trentadue, ruled in 2010 that CIA documents associated with the case must be held secret. These documents show that the CIA was involved in the OKC bombing investigation and the prosecution of McVeigh. This means that foreign parties were involved because the CIA is prohibited from interfering in purely domestic investigations.
  1. Andreas Strassmeir, a former German military officer, was suspected of being John Doe #2. Strassmeir became close friends with McVeigh and they were both associated with a neo-nazi organization located in Elohim City, OK. A retired U.S. intelligence official claimed that Strassmeirwas “working for the German government and the FBI” while at Elohim City. Mainstream reports about the OKC bombing typically avoid reference to Strassmeir.
  1. Larry Potts was the FBI supervisor who was responsible for the tragedies at Ruby Ridge in 1992, and Waco in 1993. Potts was then given responsibility for investigating the OKC bombing. Terry Nichols claimed that McVeigh—who allegedly had been recruited as an undercover intelligence asset while in the Army—had been working under the supervision of Potts.
  1. Terry Yeakey, an officer of the OKC Police Department, was among the first to reach the scene and he was heralded as a hero for rescuing many victims. Yeakey was also an eyewitness to conversations and physical evidence that convinced him that there was a cover-up of the bombing by federal agents. Yeakey was committed to getting to the truth about what happened but a year after the bombing he was found dead off the side of a rural road. His death was ruled a suicide despite overwhelming evidence that he was murdered. Authorities reported that Yeakey, “slit his wrists and neck… then miraculously climbed over a barbed wire fence… walked over a mile’s distance, through a nearby field, and eventually shot himself in the side of the head at an unusual angle.” No weapon was found, no investigation was conducted, no fingerprints were taken, and no interviews were conducted. Hisfamily continues to fight for the truth about his death.
  1. Gene Corley, the engineer who was hired by the government to support its claims about the structural fire at the Branch Davidian complex in Waco, was brought in to investigate the destruction of the Murrah Building. Corley brought along three other engineers: Charles Thornton, Mete Sozen, andPaul Mlakar. Their investigation was conducted from half a block away—where they could not observe any of the damage directly—yet their conclusions supported the pre-existing official account. A few years later, within 72 hours of the 9/11 attacks, these same four men were on site leading the investigations at the Word Trade Center and the Pentagon.
  1. There are many other links between OKC and 9/11. For example, the alleged hijackers visited the OKC area many times and even stayed in the same motel that was frequented by McVeigh and Nichols. After both the OKC bombing and 9/11, building monitoring videos went missing, FBI harassment of witnesses was seen, and officials ignored evidence that did not support the political story. Additionally, numerous oddities link the OKC area to al Qaeda. In 2002, OKC resident Nick Berg was interrogated by the FBI for lending his laptop and internet password to alleged “20thhijacker” Zacarias Moussoui. Two years after this interrogation, Berg became world famous as a victim of beheading in Iraq. Investigators looking for clues about these connections will be particularly interested in two airports in OKC, the president of the University of Oklahoma, and the CIA leader who both monitored the alleged hijackers in Germany and was hired at the university just before 9/11.

On April 19, 2015, at the 20th anniversary of one of the worst terrorist attacks in history, citizens should be reminded that we don’t know what happened that day. We don’t know because officials have covered-up the crime for unknown reasons and most media sources will not challenge that cover-up.

Kevin Ryan blogs at Dig Within.

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http://ibloga.blogspot.com/2011/03/third-terrorist-al-husseini-in-oklahoma.html

FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2011

Third Terrorist (al-Husseini) in Oklahoma City Bombing Arrested in Quincy, Massachusettes

From the Patriot Ledger:

But an FBI spokesman, Greg Comcowich, said the man, Hussain Al-Hussaini was “thoroughly investigated” and “found to not have any role whatsoever in the attack on the Murrah Federal Building in 1995.”Comcowich did confirm Al-Hussaini had been seen with McVeigh prior to the bombing.

Quincy Police on Thursday  spoke with the author and notified the FBI of the arrest of  Al-Hussaini for slash ing a man’s face with a beer bot tle.

Capt. John Dougan said the  man arrested in Quincy on  Wednesday has the same name as a man featured prominently in the 2004 book “The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City  Bombing.”

Both Dougan and the author  of the Oklahoma City book said  the man arrested in Quincy also  has a tattoo on his arm that  matches the description of one  on the arm of the man in the  book.

“His age, his name, the picture, the mug shot, that’s him,”  the author of  “The Third Terrorist,”  Jayna Davis, told The Patriot Ledger in a telephone interview.

Davis said she saw the  Al-Hussaini she wrote about during  depositions for a libel suit he brought against her.
Davis said the  Al-Hussaini  she wrote about is  a former Iraqi  solider who was seen with  McVeigh in the weeks before  Oklahoma City and on April 19, 1995,  the day of the bombing,  which killed 168 people.
McVeigh was executed for his  role in the bombing. The Al- Hussaini seen with him was never charged.

The Al-Hussaini arrested by  the Quincy police is 45 years old  and is being held on $500 bail  on a charge of assault and bat tery with a dangerous weapon.  He is also being held for a pro bation violation.

He was ordered to have no  contact with the victim and to  stay away from the Father Bill’s  homeless shelter.
The victim, a 37-year-old  homeless man, told police Al- Hussaini struck him with a beer  bottle near 1250 Hancock St. in  Quincy Center around 7:30 a.m.  Wednesday.

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