September 29, 2003

Jayna Davis' OKC Evidence

In my recent post about Iraq's links to Islamic terror, I included a discussion of Jayna Davis' reporting on the involvement of Iraqi nationals in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

But those links were kind of buried in the latter portion of the post, and I felt in retrospect that her evidence deserved a post of its own. You see, Davis didn't stop looking for John Doe No. 2 just because the FBI decided several days into a massive manhunt, and in contradiction of a dozen witnesses, that John Doe No. 2 didn't exist.

A summary of her findings, and a more detailed narrative of her investigation contain compelling evidence not only that Iraqis were involved in the OKC bombing, but that the Clinton administration, through the FBI, worked actively to conceal that fact. Read it all. Please.

The Bush administration has shown no interest in dredging up most of the scandals of the Clinton administration, but apparently the recent focus on Saddam's Iraq, and the persuasiveness of Davis' evidence has certain officials at the "highest political levels" interested in having the FBI reopen the OKC investigation.

I am not optimistic that the FBI will now be a party to exposing their own corruption, and admitting that they either bungled a major terrorism investigation, or were co-opted by the Clinton White House into pushing the line that McVeigh and Nichols were simply "angry white men" acting alone.

I believe that as much as I believe that the Branch Davidians burned themselves up, that Vince Foster shot himself in Ft. Marcy Park, and that TWA 800 had a spontaneous center fuel tank explosion. But that's just me.

Posted by dan at September 29, 2003 3:38 PM