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Oklahoma City: Day One: A Detailed Account of the Bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building Oklahoma City, Oklahoma April 19, 1995 Paperback – March, 1997

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Product Details

  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Harvest Trust (March 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0965330710
  • ISBN-13: 978-0965330718
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,588,898 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Gerald W. Griffin on June 7, 2006
Format: Hardcover
Not a review. Quoted here is a message from Michele Marie Moore's husband, David.

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Michele Moore passed away yesterday (6-3-06) at approximately 2:15 p.m. The doctors will tell you that she died of cancer. I tell you that she died because she was tired of the fight, decided to stop fighting, and fell asleep. She informed me of her intention to "let go" about a week ago. It was hard for me to accept, but, accept it I finally did, and, yesterday, she finally let go. She was a great woman, the love of my life, and I know that her memory will always be with you, as it will always be with me and Anna.

There will be a memorial service held in Oklahoma on Saturday, 6-11-06, at 7 p.m. Please contact [*] for more details. I ask that you keep fond memories of Michele, and pray for me and Anna.

God bless you. I know that she loved so many of you so much.

David Moore, husband, also speaking on behalf of Anna, her daughter

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* Address deleted for personal security, more information is available at yesworld dot com.
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This book is a one of a kind type narrative. The author, Michele Marie Moore, was living in OKC at the time of the explosion. Also, at that time she was working with William Cooper. (If you don't know who William "Bill" Cooper is then I am not sure you're going to like this book.) Cooper wrote the forward to the book which gives a bit of background about the author. As for the book: When Moore learned of the explosion, she immediately set up all the audio recorders she could and tuned them to all record the local news station's broadcasts. She did the same with the video of the local news. The reason she did this was, as I noticed personally years later from 911, the most accurate recitation of events are revealed in the initial hours bf the government's machinery is in place to script the narrative. True to form, the media's story of what took place at OKC changed quite dramatically. This is the story and it is well told and worth the read.
I would like to add that Mrs. Moore passed away a very much loved mother and wife. From what I read online, she has been and will be sorely missed by those who knew her. A bit more well known, is the murder at the hands of sheriff's deputies of Bill Cooper. This book is a great tribute to both of them and what they wanted for all Americans first and foremost: TRUTH. Sadly, we get less and less of it with every passing day and we lost great assets in getting closer to it when we lost the authors of book. Lastly, when I was reading the book, I happened to notice the title page contained the signatures of both Moore and Cooper. It made my week.
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Most documented of all the books I have seen on this subject.
Presents compelling prima facia evidence proving detonations inside the building as well as BATF prior knowledge and also covers how evidence was 'lost', covered up and ignored.
The glossary in this work (about half the book)is very informative.
Read it for yourself.
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This talented author died in 2006 not having completed the other books she had planned to detail the first three days of the Oklahoma City Bombing. This is an excellent rundown of that hectic first day and a very organized review of all that went on during the crucial first hours before the official story became set in cement. Thank God that this wonderful author had the opportunity to publish this book.
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