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The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing Hardcover – Bargain Price, April 15, 2004

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Jayna Davis has worked in broadcast news since 1986, reporting in Texas, California, and Oklahoma. Between 1993 and 1997, she worked at KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City as an investigative reporter and, as such, covered the OKC bombing story from the first moments. In 2001 she founded Journalists' Committee for Justice, a nonprofit organization that has carried on the OKC investigation. She has received many awards over the years, including "Best Investigative Report" in 1994 from Associated Press and again, in 1995, from Oklahoma Association of Broadcasting. And her rigorous investigative work has garnered her appearances on a number of shows including interviews with Bill O'Reilly, Greta van Susteren, John Gibson, Fox News Live, and Lou Dobbs. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (April 15, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785261036
  • ASIN: B0009A2OMS
  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 6.3 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,264,406 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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It's abundantly clear that people leaving reviews here have never read the book they're reviewing. Otherwise they wouldn't be making the snide, ignorant remarks they're making.
I've read Jayna Davis' reports since she first began her investigation and her culminating work is a top-notch example of investigative reporting at its best. She did what the FBI didn't do, didn't want to do, and what other reporters were too lazy to do. While the FBI edited and fabricated its witness reports, Davis carefully interviewed the witnesses and objectively reports what they saw and heard.
Her years of research have paid off, but even she can't finish her story without the aid and support of honest intelligence gathering. To me she's proved the connection without a doubt. Now it's time for the government to tell what it knows.
Read the book yourself and judge. Chances are you'll see the Iraq war in an entirely new light. For liberals, this book will dash their fondest desire to blame the extreme right wing militia groups and "Christian fanatics." But to objective readers, it will open up an entirely different reality backed up with facts.
Recommended highly.
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I cannot say enough good things about this book. Jayna Davis, over the last nine years, has persisted in uncovering and proclaiming the truth about the Oklahoma City Bombing, something our own federal government staunchly refuses to do.
Books like this often are immediately dismissed by so-called "intellectuals" and other liberal-types as right-wing drivel. My answer to that is people like that need to pull their heads out of the sand and study the facts of what the author is presenting. Ms. Davis has done a stellar job of documenting her investigation (in stark contrast to the amateur job done by the FBI and DOJ) and the conclusions reached thereby. No one with a shred of common sense can say that the facts Ms. Davis present point to two home-grown terrorists acting alone.
In short, Ms. Davis has proof (beyond reasonable doubt, in my professional and personal opinion) that a former Iraqi soldier (probably a former member of Saddam's Republican Guard) named al-Huseini helped plan and execute the bombing, and accompanied McVeigh IN THE VEHICLE as he pulled the Ryder truck in front of the fated Murrah Building on April 19, 1995. Davis' extensive interviews document the other Iraqi collaborators as well, and "connect the dots" not only to the OKC bombing, but to the later terrorist attacks on America as well.
I am NOT a conspiracy theorist, but this one is so obvious it is undeniable. The federal government, despite having been shown to have conducted an incomplete and indeed incompetent investigation, and in fact having committed outright lying, falsification of evidence, and other possible CRIMES, refuses to acknowledge the evidence Ms. Davis has presented.
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After listening to the author on Glenn Beck, I rushed out to buy this book. This author convinced me that the law enforcement "powers that be" "screwed up" well before 9/11. How can you argue with 23 witnesses? afadavits? and the support of well-respected intelligence officials? Jayna Davis lays out a case for at the least,obstruction of justice charges, and at the worst a monumental coverup. This once again proves how "risk adverse" the Clinton administration was. No wonder Middle Eastern terrorists thought they could succeed on 9/11/01. They already made their mark on 4/19/95. It is appalling to think that she did a better job of investigating than the very organizations who are supposed to protect us, but the book leaves no doubt. She is the hero in this story. She wanted the truth. Other's did not.
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By A Customer on May 17, 2004
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With respect, the reader from Bellevue exposes the limitations of his own knowledge in his criticism of Davis' conclusions. Example: the alcohol problem of Hussain al-Hussaini. While alcoholism would not be typical of a Sunni wahhabi terrorist, it would be absolutely in character for a member of Saddam Hussein's special forces. Saddam's special forces were not Islamic extremists, they were thugs and criminals benefiting from a closed-loop system of oppression in Iraq. All Sunnis with little in the way of religious moorings -- that is, NOT wahhabi Sunnis (like al Qaeda members) or Shi'as (like the Iranian regime's leaders and its sponsored insurgents in Hamas and Islamic Jihad) -- the special forces employed by Saddam were loyal only to him. The tattoo described by Davis identified him to me (a career military intelligence officer) as an Iraqi special forces member immediately, well before Davis revealed it later in the book. I do not believe al-Hussaini was a member of the Republican Guard, but rather was in the intelligence service special forces.
This is an exceptionally well researched and documented book, in spite of its irritating and adjective-laden syntax. It does not directly imply a link between Hussain al-Hussaini and UBL (again, as indicated by the reader from Bellevue), but rather establishes through existing documentation the link between Terry Nichols, McVeigh's accomplice, and known Islamic associates of UBL who all convened on multiple occasions in the Philippines. You have to read Laurie Mylroie's books to make the leap to Iraqi state sponsorship of either Oklahoma City, the World Trade Center in 1993, or the 9/11 attacks. What Davis and Mylroie have unearthed on that head, while not fully conclusive at this point, is well worth further investigation.
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