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Davidian Massacre: Disturbing Questions About Waco Which Must Be Answered 1st ed Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
picture of crazed cultists ambushing government
agents, taunting them for weeks and then killing themselves and their children in a fiery inferno.
Ms. Moore must use a thousand footnotes to prove her case that the BATF raid was unnecessary, that BATF probably shot first, that they fired from helicopters and killed four Davidians, that the FBI harassed the Davidians to stay inside Mt. Carmel, that the FBI sabotaged Davidians' attempts to negotiate on April 19, that the Davidians were scared to come out otherwise, and that FBI tanks started the fire accidently and the trapped Davidians could not escape. It was a massacre!!!
This was a massive crime performed by the Fed govt under Bill Klinton,
Janet Reno, the FBI, etc. And was the rapid followup of their crimes
at Ruby Ridge. The FBI sniper who blew Vicki Weaver's head off as
she stood in her doorway, was evidently promoted for his action indicated
at Waco as one of the tank drivers, who brought about the burning to
death of many of the Davidian children and others.
These are things that America needs to know and take heed of, before
it's too late.
I suspect that Carol held back far too much.
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A well written, well researched account of the events surrounding the deaths of Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas, in 1993. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. R. Hamilton
A complete and detailed delivery from all aspects of events. I would recommend this unbiased paperback to anyone that would like to know the history and truth of this once in a... Read morePublished on June 15, 2013 by Robert K. Schweizer
In my opinion, whenever an author decides to write a book about an event or person, a factual account should be given, but also a compelling story needs to be told at the same... Read morePublished on September 8, 2011 by V-ROD
It is always most amusing for me to read yet another attempt at 'Revisionist Koresh History". In this book the author barely acknowledges the fact that David Koresh and his... Read morePublished on August 7, 2004 by John Baranyai
The govenment sacrificed those to men they sent in at night, unannouced so those people would kill them and give the government a reason to KILL them all. Read morePublished on April 15, 2004