- Dec 8, 2014
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Absoluetly.WE need a history of who was in charge, methinks:
Ruby Ridge, Randy Weaver illegal gunrunner and anti-governmentalist in Idaho, location of an incident in August 1992 in which Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents and U.S. marshals engaged in an 11-day standoff with self-proclaimed white separatist Randy Weaver, his family, and a friend named Kevin Harris in an isolated cabin in Boundary county, Idaho. Weaver’s wife, Vicki, his 14-year-old son, Sammy, and U.S. Marshal William Degan were killed during the siege.Randy Weaver, a former U.S. Army engineer, moved with his family in 1983 to a cabin he built on Ruby Ridge, about 40 miles (65 km) from the Canadian border. Harris often stayed with the family in the cabin for extended periods of time. Weaver’s troubles with the U.S. federal government began when he attended several meetings of the Aryan Nations, a white supremacist group, at its compound in Hayden Lake, Idaho, in the late 1980s. Weaver was not a member of the Aryan Nations, but he shared the group’s white supremacist and antigovernment views. At one of the meetings, Weaver befriended an informant of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), who purchased two illegal sawed-off shotguns from Weaver in October 1989.In 1992, the President was Republican President George H.W. Bush.
Waco, the Branch Davidians. On February 28, 1993, in response to reports that the Davidians had been stockpiling illegal weapons at their compound, the Mount Carmel Center, in preparation for the end of the world, Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents raided the property. Their goal: to search the premises and arrest Koresh for unlawful weapons possession. But the plan went south fast, with four federal agents and six Branch Davidians dying in a chaotic shootout. It’s still not clear who fired the first shot. The FBI then became embroiled in a 51-day standoff with Koresh at the compound. During this time, negotiators arranged for the release of 35 Branch Davidians, including 21 children. But on April 19, 1993, in an attempt to lure Koresh and his followers out, agents took decisive action that critics later called extreme or unwarranted: They rammed the building with tanks and launched a tear-gas assault. The structure caught fire (the cause of the fire is still debated), and 76 Branch Davidians—which included 28 children—died in the flames. Sometime during the fire, Koresh, then 33, died of a gunshot wound to the head. It remains unknown whether he killed himself or was shot by someone else. But that’s not the only unanswered question when it comes to the infamous siege.In 1993, the President was Democrat President Bill Clinton.
The buck stops at the door of both parties, with an out-of-control FBI.
Randy Weaker went to trial and the fucking pieces of shit FBI couldn't even put together enough evidence against him to get him convicted. In fact he was awarded a multi million dollar settlement against the fucking government.
The pathetic thing about Waco is that the children didn't have to die. Koresh had agreed through a lawyer to surrender. He had two stipulations. First that he be given enough time to finish his manifesto. The filthy government thugs agreed to that. The second requirement was that he surrender to Texas Rangers because he wanted the crime scene preserved. The crime scene that clearly showed the ATF thugs fired first first through the door. That was unacceptable to the filthy Feds and that it why they attacked the complex with a friggin tank and burned the place down.
The government thugs claimed Koresh was in violation of paying that $200 NFA tax and that was the reason they stormed the compound but they never produce the first piece of evidence, even after recovering the firearms after the fire.
Our Federal government is out of control and the FBI and other armed government agencies do not serve the people any more,