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  • 05:47:49 am on April 24, 2008 | 0
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    Where’s Janet Reno when you need her?

    FLASHBACK:

    The 51-day siege of Mount Carmel ended when U.S Attorney General Janet Reno approved recommendations of veteran FBI officials to proceed with a final assault in which the Branch Davidians were to be removed from their building by force. In the course of the assault, the church building caught fire. The cause of the fire was later alleged by the “Danforth Report,” a report commissioned by The Special Counsel, to be the deliberate actions of some of the Branch Davidians inside the building.[21] However this hypothesis is disputed in the documentary “Waco: The Rules of Engagement,” which argues that the fire was deliberately set when the FBI fired an incendiary device into the building after loading the building with CS gas, which is highly inflammable.[22]

    SHOULD THE POLYGAMIST COMPOUND BE BURNED DOWN TOO?

    David Koresh (August 17, 1959April 19, 1993) was the leader of a Branch Davidian religious sect, believing himself to be the final prophet. A 1993 raid by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and subsequent siege by the FBI ended with the burning of the Branch Davidian ranch. Koresh, 53 adults and 21 children died in the fire.

    “If the FBI isn’t going to do something to destory the Texas Polygamist Compound, with their pitch forks and torches, the good citizens of Texas need to raise up and take matters into their own hands,” says citizen journalist Reed Herring.

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