Proof that the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing was an Inside Job
This article examines the second coup d' etat by installments by the military and criminalized intelligence agencies, the 1995 bombing of the Murrah Building.
General Benton K. Partin a USAF explosives expert analyzed the damage done to the Murrah building and determined that as a matter of scale, scope and blast pattern it could not have been done by the Rider Truck used by McVeigh:
Of course, Partin was denied an audience with the Congress and his findings were left out of the official "investigation" of the bombing.
Multiple media reports on the day of the Murrah Building bombing reported multiple bomb blasts:
Sargeant Terry Yeakey, an Oklahoma State Trooper started a state investigation of the Murrah bombing. He had a witness, Ramona McDonald, who was inside the building and heard multiple blasts. Yeakey was later found a mile from his police cruiser with cuts to his arm and torso and a gunshot wound to the head. Yeakey's death was ruled a suicide. McDonald was later involuntarily institutionalized having no previous mental health history:
There were other mysterious deaths related to the case. These included Mike Loudenslager a Murrah building employee who warned people that unusual storage of explosives by the ATF in the Murrah building posed a safety threat. Don Chumley a medical worker at the scene also died under mysterious circumstances as did other witnesses that were there the day of the bombing:
WHAT WAS THE PAYOFF FOR THIS FALSE FLAG OPERATION?
The Anti-terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 gave sweeping new powers for federal agencies to combat "terrorism". The Act also curtailed judicial habeas corpus review in terrorism cases, habeas corpus has been even further curtailed with the recent amendments to the NDAA. The AEDPA Act is considered the first installment of the Patriot Act: