|Timothy McVeigh as Patsy, Front Man, Cutout, and Possible
Mind Control Victim
A patsy is someone set up to take the fall for a crime in someone else's
place. A Front Man is someone who is the visible point of transactional
authority within a criminal conspiracy, who is actually working for invisible
persons who are really in charge. A Cutout is someone who, if compromised
or caught doing wrong cannot or will not implicate others who are involved,
typically because they do not know the facts needed. The question is, did
Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols act as a minor conspiracy, or is McVeigh
the intended patsy, front man, and cutout. This section attempts to answer
this question with a slightly modified excerpt from Volume 2000, Issue
1 of my quarterly, The Professional Paranoid Newsletter(ask for
a free sample copy),
a piece entitled Something Odd About McVeigh.
The notion that Tim McVeigh is the Oswald of our time, a throw-away
patsy served up for public focus while the true villains smirk in the shadows...
haunts a number of civilian skeptics of government's case. From the perspective
of someone who is investigating the OK bombing as a conspiracy involving
military units and doing so with an understanding of mind control technology,
I am not the first to wonder if McVeigh was not a victim of a particular
type of CIA developed mind control.
End of article. Now for something entirely different, obtained from Timothy
McVeigh's Writ of mandamus (a defense motion filed early after his arrest.)
The document is massive, and worthy of reading as it claims innocence and
attempts to lay the blame for the blast on foreign nationals, including
one Andreas Strassmier as mentioned earlier, and mentioning Iraq as a possible
enemy state - a classic disinformation technique of providing clues and
leads in every direction. But what is most compelling in the mandamus is
related to the current FBI pickle (to borrow from CIA's nickname as 'pickle
factory') born of the 'recently discovered' 3,000 pages which are the basis
of McVeigh's stay of execution. If you have failed to understand the significance
of the 3,000 pages in all of the media knit picking, it is simply this:
prosecution is required by law, in order to insure a fair trial, to make
available to defense all information at its disposal regarding an investigation.
To fail to do so can result in a conviction being overturned and require
a new trial to take place.
If true, it would be the same kind of technology applied on Sirhan Sirhan,
and perhaps Oswald - tech based on multiple personality disorder (MPD,
now also called DID, or Disassociative Identity Disorder.) The CIA's Monarch
program created large numbers of MPD 'programmables' through the application
of Ritual Sexual Abuse (RSA - the 'S' can also stand for Satanic.) This
project which was perhaps at its height in 1970-77, using 5-10 yr old children
as victims intended to become future programmable adult operatives. McVeigh
is 33 years old. Do the math. I'll wait.
More important than this coincidental matter is that a programmed MPD
Delta type (often used in military operations bearing the same name) has
a number of inner 'alter' personalities which are given very specific assignments.
One assignment is to play the role of watchdog intent on preventing the
outer self from doing or saying anything that might go against the programming.
Typically, this manifests as forced disassociation. That is, the outer
persona is 'forced' by the alter to suddenly veer attention away from the
taboo to some safer matter. The other common ploy is to have false memories
replace real memories, making it impossible to get useful information out
of the suspect - Sirhan Sirhan being prime example. If McVeigh is a cut
out and front man, a true patsy intended to isolate a larger conspiracy
from attention in the investigative process, the best way to assure his
role fulfilled would be if he were a hand-picked and trained Delta programmable
I have had the opportunity to review roughly two dozen letters from
McVeigh to various reporters and writers, all of which were intended to
answer specific questions about the bombing. The letters are 100% the same
in style and content. The first paragraph gets the usual greeting out of
the way, and the second gets to the meat. Yet after the very first sentence
defining the intent to talk about a specific on Oklahoma (itself not very
revealing), disassociation instantly takes grip. The paragraph ends clumsily,
and rest of the wordy letters shifts to and remains on television and movie
programming . No actual bombing information escapes. Every single time:
disassociation. This is a Delta trademark.
Interesting thought to ponder: If McVeigh dies and there is a conspiracy,
the only first-hand knowledge of the truth available to us dies with him.
As a programmable, the death wish is a natural result of alter programming,
all serving an unseen master's interests. A Delta easily accepts death
as a preferable alternative to contributing to the understanding of truth.
For these reasons, I for one am glad his execution has been stayed, and
further pray that the FBI documents recently exposed to public scrutiny
will help us get closer to the truth, and perhaps force a new trial where
the full body of evidence is heard, not just evidence manufactured, tampered
with, or suppressed.
That caustic accusation stems from the simple fact that no quantity
of explosives of the type claimed to have been used by McVeigh could account
for the nature of the damage actually found in the Murrah building. The
FBI has reinvented the laws of physics. These are not new charges, and
they are well documented on the Web and even in the public record. For
some reason, no one wants to ask why the scientific evidence does not add
up to the new math applied by FBI. I for one, do.
So we might listen very carefully to Louis Freeh when he very painstakingly
explains how this slight error came to be - essentially a series of little
mistakes in procedure, nothing a good computer expert and some basic training
classes can't fix. From the mandamus, we get a slightly different picture
of FBI's 'policy' in the matter, one which Freeh would probably prefer
the public did not associate with the 3,000 pages. The mandamus quote starts
by stating that McVeigh's defense team was continually uncovering evidence
of FBI's deliberate withholding of information, and ends with an example
which is rather important to any implications of a larger conspiracy:
...the Defendant has made a substantial investigation and has
produced volumes of evidence and specifications of materiality to the district
court ex parse, in camera and on some occasions in open court or in camera
with the prosecutors. The government's reaction has consistently been first
to deny, then to produce a scant amount of information as the Defendant
files formal motions, then to produce a little bit more just before the
hearing, then to deny the existence of anything else, then when the 'anything
else' surfaces, grudgingly to admit that it has been found. See D.E. 1918
at 6-35. There is no better example of this than the government's submission
to the defense in January, 1996 of a two-page FBI Insert of a conversation
with Carol Howe in which she is not identified by her last name and every
proper noun, including Dennis Mahon, Andreas Strassmeir, Eloheim City,
and the Reverend Robert Millar, is grotesquely misspelled so that it could
not reasonably be found.
Then, when this information surfaced, the government informed the Court
that Ms. Howe had been an ATF informant until a date several weeks prior
to April 19, 1995. See Transcript of Scheduling and Rule 17.1 Conference--Sealed,
January 29, 1997, at 67. Then, when the defense discovered that in fact
she had continued to be an informant after the bombing, the government
acknowledged to the Court that in fact she had been an ATF informant in
late April and early May 1995 and had been sent back to Eloheim City.
|The New Math and New Physics: FBI's
There are a number of problems with FBI's claim that
1) McVeigh and Nichols acted in a minor conspiracy (no wider conspiracy
exists.); 2) That they produced and used a home-made ANFO bomb which was
by itself able to destroy Murrah; 3) That there was no evidence to
dispute these facts. In point of fact, in order to make these claims,
FBI would have to reinvent the sciences of both mathematics and physics,
all of which manifest as changes in the laws of physics. They were
only able to do this with the specific cooperation of media, demonstrating
once more that Goebels was right, and FBI and Co. have learned his lesson
well. Too bad the rest of America didn't.
New Physics Rule One: A single explosion
= two shock waves.
The most interesting example of FBI's new math and
physics is the assumption that a single explosion will produce two blasts
4.2 seconds apart. You didn't read or hear about the 4.2 seconds
in the media? A few did actually mention it, but only once, never
daring to ask the significance. That's odd, because multiple eye
witnesses, two audio tape recordings taken within blocks of the blast,
and an official State Geological Survey seismic recorder collectively prove
exactly 4.2 seconds transpired between two consecutive blasts. Again,
find more such proofs at Michael
Rivero's site. Imagine that. Two blasts with one bomb.
Thus goes FBI's new math and physics.
New Physics Rule Two: 27 psi is enough to
destroy a reinforced column
|'And the big, bad wolf
huffed, and he puffed, and he blew the house down...î
Just the blast damage alone, as military explosives
expert, USAF Brigadier General Benton Partin, Ret., former head of the
USAF Weapons Development Center reveals, demonstrates that either multiple
explosives were placed inside the building (his theory being unaware of
CIA's METC bomb technology), or something like an extremely well-shaped
high-velocity blast (such as METC affords) was used. As seen below in Partin's
graphic, it is impossible for any fertilizer bomb to have done what is
claimed by FBI and its seemingly willing partner, media. Note the red arrow
added by me to Partin's graphic - a column support beam destroyed by a
blast wave pressure (27 psi) approximately equal to atmospheric pressure.
That's a bit like walking up to a building and, taking breath, blowing
it down. This is chiefly why FBI kept having to increase the amount of
explosives required, something they did so frequently that many observers
lost count. The final estimate by FBI is near 5000 lbs, and that
is what Partin's calculations are based upon - clearly still not enough.
According to the mandamus... 'The government alleges
that Terry Nichols and Timothy McVeigh purchased two tons of ammonium nitrate
fertilizer from a farm cooperative in McPherson, Kansas. See Indictment
at 3, 4. The government's theory is that the 4,000 lbs. of ammonium nitrate
purchased at the McPherson Co-Op was used as a component of the bomb that
destroyed the Murrah Building. See D.E. 2166 at 9 (Hersely Grand Jury at
45). Two separate purchases are alleged--one on September 30, 1994 and
another on October 18, 1994.' So FBI cannot use a higher estimate
because the records on purchases prohibit it - and so does the physical
capacity of the Ryder truck. Thus goes the New Math and Physics of FBI.
Blast Overpressure Chart From General Ben Partin's Report
New Physics Rule Three: Bombs ignore anything
but the intended target
The free standing light pole demonstrates the absurdity
of FBI's claims. A light pole has very little structural strength,
typically something any group of high-school kids can bring down by hand
if dedicated. The load-bearing reinforced interior structural columns
of a building, however, are of an entirely different matter, something
that generally requires explosives charges placed directly in contact for
a demolition crew to bring down a building. At Murrah, such a column
and such a light pole were each approximately the same distance from the
bomb crater. Yet according to FBI, the blast did destroy the column.
The FBI ignored civilian commentary about the impossibility for the light
pole to withstand the blast, answering instead by removing the pole.
Local media immediately stopped showing images which included the pole,
and threatened to sue Web sites such as Michael Rivero's for showing prior
images with the pole 'because they were copyrighted.' For media such
as the Daily Oklahoman, Copyrights are apparently far more important than
news, or the truth.
Only one kind of bomb can be aimed at a specific
target and do little damage to things not in the aimed path. They
are called shaped charges. There are a number of things in a bomb
design which can 'shape' the blast, and McVeigh states he applied the simplest
(arrangement of the barrels of explosive material in a semi-circle).
This would shape the charge somewhat, but in a homemade blast, the diversion
of forces would be minimal. Relative to the light pole's relatively
'soft target' nature compared to the 'hard target' nature of the column,
the pole should still have died. Remember, nothing was left of the
truck much larger that a kid could pick up. For the pole to have
survived, the whole side of the truck nearest it should have peeled away
rather than disintegrated. The only kind of shaped charge that will
do what is seen here would require a much more sophisticated device than
a home-made bomb. Thus goes the new math and physics of FBI.
New Physics Rule Four: Gravity ceases to
have effect when McVeigh manufactures bombs
|But there is another interesting problem with home-made
bombs based on ANFO technology. The mixture has to be fresh or the performance
of the blast diminishes rapidly with time. The heavier materials in the
solution tend to settle to form a sludge at the bottom of the container,
while the thinner rises to the top like cream in milk. According to a Time
Magazine article (May 1, 1995) on How Garden-Variety Fertilizer
Becomes Killer Bombs by Christine Gorman, 'That kind of home-made
brew can be difficult to work with... Moreover, it is almost impossible
for amateurs to mix thoroughly the ammonium nitrate with the fuel oil....
Clumps of ammonium nitrate will fail to detonate...' And, with a percentage
of the bomb failing to explode, there is lost energy - not taken into account
by FBI's estimates.
The same Time article talked about a what happened
in California one morning in 1990, '...when a disgruntled engineer detonated
a truck filled with 2,000 lbs. of his own batch of ANFO outside a branch
office of the Internal Revenue Service. Fortunately, only a fraction of
the compounds in the vehicle exploded, and no one was killed.' The
blast was ineffective because of mixing problems. The photograph of the
building above was provided to me by a former employee who did special
work for military intelligence related projects. It shows the University
of Wisconson Army Math Building, which was hit with a 2,000 lb ANFO bomb
parked immediately adjacent. Again, unexploded ANFO is credited for causing
so little structural damage (compared to OKC) that the building was easily
repaired to the form seen here. Clearly, there are problems with FBI's
ANFO explanation. Thus the new math and physics of FBI... along with the
following related Rule...
New Physics Rule Five: Home-made bombs combust
completely and leave no evidence only when in Oklahoma
The same Time article explains further the significance
of failing to explode completely 'Clumps of ammonium nitrate will fail
to detonate - leaving investigators with good clues about the materials
used to make the bomb.' McVeigh testified, and FBI collaborates the
fact that he spent the night resting after long day of mixing the bomb
chemicals, and then drove the truck to its final place on earth in one
piece very early the next morning. If he did not take the time to either
open and remix the drums, or to at least invert and 'shake well before
using' (tough to do at several hundred lbs. each) the quality of the explosion
would be severely hampered by the settling process, at least 16-20 hours
worth for the first-mixed barrels, based on what we know. FBI's calculations
do not take this into consideration. No one has bothered to take it into
consideration. Why? Because they dare not. There would not be enough damage
done. Yet they report no evidence of clumps of unexploded ANFO materials
as found in the '2,000 lb' blasts cited above. Why? Was it because the
pellet-mixed commercial-grade version of explosive was used in OKC? If
so, McVeigh did not make the bomb, but someone else did, someone with special
equipment and facilities. Thus the new math and physics of FBI.
And remember, media challenged not.
University of Wisconson Army Math Building
Bombed with 2,000 lb ANFO bomb in 1970
bomb was against wall only 8 ft from column!
Discolored bricks show repaired area of damage,
no structural damage whatsoever, though truck
Multiple Secret Pentagon Reports Confirm Partin
Still doubt the multiple bomb conspiracy? After
all, the government and media crucified General Partin for 'interfering
with the investigation' with his 'unsubstantiated charges based on conspiracy
theory hypotheticals'. So why should we believe him, when we have
FBI. Uh... perhaps some official government reports would be of help
in deciding. These reports have been kept secret from you and me,
but the Pentagon has them, and so have members of Congress, and the FBI,
and, by the way, so has many of the so called 'mainstream' media.
Unfortunately, it is not news, apparently, so you will have to settle for
reading about it here...
The Pentagon commissioned no less than nine independent
reports on the OKC blast according to an article by the trouble-making,
hot-political potato tossing J. Orlin Grabbe who wrote a piece entitled
'Secret Pentagon Report on Oklahoma City Bombing--Evidence of an Inside
Job?' Here is what he had to say (out of sequence from the original)...
"The Pentagon commissioned nine explosive
experts to write independent reports on the bombing, and adopted two of
the nine reports as the 'official' report. I spoke to both experts, but
they declined to be interviewed, citing confidentiality agreements with
the Pentagon. Sources familiar with the Pentagon report, however, have
confirmed that the conclusions were similar in nature to those of a private
report prepared by General Benton K. Partin, dated July 30, 1995, except
that the Pentagon report concludes there were demolition charges placed
on five columns, not four as concluded by General Partin...
Elgin Air Force Base Blast Study Confirms Partin
...The principal damage to the Alfred P. Murrah Building
was brought about by explosives placed on five columns of the Murrah Building,
according to the Pentagon report, and not by the ANFO bomb in the truck
supposedly driven by McVeigh. Thus, until the individuals who placed the
explosives on the columns of the Murrah Building are identified, any proposed
explanation of how the bombing came about is woefully inadequate. The existence
of demolition charges placed on some columns at the third-floor level of
the Murrah Building is strongly suggestive of inside participation by at
least some federal employees."
Still not convinced? After all, Grabbe is a
known 'trouble maker' and if the reports were secret, how do we know they
really exist at all? What a tough crowd! William F. Jasper writes for The
New American and his piece 'Eglin AFB Study Indicates Multiple Blasts'
is backed up by an official USAF study and report. Proof in the pudding,
as it were, in the form of the full report (Case Study Relating Blast
Effects to the Events of April 19, 1995 Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building,
Oklahoma City) can be had for a mere $25 sent to The New American,
PO Box 8040, Appleton, WI 54913, asking for the EBES Report. From
Jasper we have a few select quotes:
"A new study analyzing explosive tests conducted
by the U.S. Air Force against a reinforced concrete structure may provide
an important key to understanding the April 1995 bombing of the Alfred
P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City, which took 168 lives. The report,
based on testing data and photographs supplied by the Armament Directorate,
Wright Laboratory at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida... convincingly proves
the fundamental points [first] set forth by General Partin... includes
photographs and data from the Eglin blast tests, as well as extensive technical
analysis of those tests... relates the Eglin parametric data to the Murrah
Building... contains letters from engineers and technical experts who have
reviewed the study for The New American...
So much for the FBI's New Math and New Science... not
to mention their integrity, investigative honesty, and sworn oath to uphold
the law, defend the Constitution, etc. - and equally so much for the rest
of government, the court system, and media. You might want to write
them all a letter and ask them to justify themselves - and cancel your
subscriptions and campaign contributions while you are at it...
Due to these conditions, it is impossible to ascribe
the damage that occurred on April 19, 1995 to a single truck bomb containing
4,800 lbs. of ANFO. In fact, the maximum predicted damage to the floor
panels of the Murrah Federal Building is equal to approximately 1% of the
total floor area of the building. Furthermore, due to the lack of symmetrical
damage pattern at the Murrah Building, it would be inconsistent with the
results of the ETS test [number] one to state that all of the damage to
the Murrah Building is the result of the truck bomb... The damage to the
Murrah Federal Building is consistent with damage resulting from mechanically
coupled devices placed locally within the structure...
It must be concluded that the damage at the Murrah
Federal Building is not the result of the truck bomb itself, but rather
due to other factors such as locally placed charges within the building
itself.... The procedures used to cause the damage to the Murrah Building
are therefore more involved and complex than simply parking a truck and
|Image Analysis as Bomb Factory:
The Commercial ANFO & Multiple Bomb Scenarios
This analysis, when first attempted, immediately
found that the image did not support home-made ANFO of the variety claimed
as used by FBI. Such crude devices needed none of the resources seen within
the images. Analysis as a factory of commercial-grade ANFO devices was
more productive, but still left many resources within the images unaccounted
for. With that in mind, and mindful of the fact that a single ANFO bomb
has been shown to be inadequate to the evidence at Oklahoma City in the
first place, the analysis was undertaken a second time with an attempt
to fit to manufacture of the multiple interior bombs with the remaining
resources. This produces an excellent fit, one the reader may elect
to prefer to the METC analysis available here as being superior.
|The first assumption to get out of the way, then,
is that it is necessary that the first blast be that of the column support
beams, followed 4.2 seconds later by the ANFO bomb in the Ryder truck in
front of the building. This is because the beams would need to be
at their weakest (severed) state prior to the main blast in order to facilitate
the greatest damage. Proof this is so lies in the crater image. If the
main blast were first, loose debris would have been piled up within the
building near to and likely around the inner column, and the second blast
would have evacuated a large area within the debris to form a secondary
crater effect, and scattered such debris back towards the ANFO crater,
giving evidence to the secondary blast. However, if the columns when first,
any debris they created would be blown back towards the building's center
and be indistinguishable from debris of the second blast. Further, the
larger ANFO blast might actually damage the detonation mechanisms or connections
such that the column bombs failed to go off at all. Not true the
other way around.
We already know this happened somewhere in the building,
since two other bombs were found. Where? Likely columns B5 and B7 in General
Partin's artwork - we at least know they were found on the third floor.
But the outer columns did detonate, and thus we know they remained unaffected
by the very nearby truck bomb, indicating the columns detonated first.
Why a 4.2 second delay to the truck blast? We must preclude the ideal circumstance
would be to attempt to conceal the multiple bomb scenario by making it
seem as a single explosion. Only a guess - that whomever operated the radio
detonation device was likely taken back by the audible intensity of the
first explosion, perhaps even causing him to drop the trigger mechanism,
pick it up after regaining composure, and then finally exercise control.
What's Wrong With This Picture?
Another element that must be considered is the total
collapse of the front of the building, and in my mind, I am also concerned
that there are no debris on the roof. If the explosion blew in all directions,
should not debris also been blown upward? In the crater image, there are
things on the roof and parking lot of the buildings across the street from
the crater which at least have the appearance of debris. If debris landed
there, why not atop of Murrah itself? This is one reason I am uncomfortable
with ANFO as primary bomb. In studying the image with these remarks in
mind, note the exceptionally clean areas in front of Murrah have been cleaned
by crews, and were, by my recollection of first-day video coverage, full
of lesser debris much like the parking lot just mentioned. We might argue
that we do not know how much debris were removed and that perhaps the cascade
effect was as it should have been, simply cleaned up in this image. Perhaps.
Other investigators, perhaps noting this oddity,
have attempted to explain it by stating that the brunt of the explosion
pushed upward in a way that did not disintegrate the floors and send them
and their contents flying upward as debris, but merely severed floor supports
and lifted the upper floors a few inches and then dropped them. In the
act of falling, they merely kept on falling (no longer supported by severed
columns) and collapsed inward. If that is so, I ask why is there not more
'spillage' of debris outward of the front wall? That much debris should
have simply fallen and spread outward evenly like cascading gravel. It
did not do so evenly, the bulk of the debris being within the building
with little piled outward. Again, this leads me to believe perhaps more
in METC than ANFO.
Thus admitting a bias towards my own theory, a still
convincing analysis for ANFO begins with the cylindrical machine in the
'bomb factory' images. I refer once more to the Time article quoted
in the above section. The article also talks about special equipment referenced
to produce a commercial variety of ANFO explosive, which also requires
special permits in order to purchase, and for which considerable documentation
trails are maintained. 'One of the more common mixtures uses pellets
of ammonium nitrate mixed with diesel fuel to form a semi-liquid
that has a consistency of mayonnaise... Commercial manufacturers use industrial-size
blenders for the job.' This ANFO material is apparently not subject
to the settling phenomenon, and one of its traits is 'complete combustion
efficiency', which means nothing is wasted, a bigger blast, and no unexploded
traces of the device remaining.
Composite Image w contrast/brightness adjusted to show detail
of 'machine' and trench lines for comparison against insets
A question or two for the reader, using the above
image... 1) Does the chemical spill (A) next to the device
look more like the powdery form of nitrates used in fertilizer or more
like the texture of pellets? Of course, either answer does not excuse
the image of being a bomb factory, nor does it prove the material is nitrate,
at all - but the color is correct for nitrates. 2) Compare the details
of the long machine at the site with the inset corner image - is there
a similarity? The image in the corner depicts a very special machine
which does three things. It mixes, it heats, and it pumps.
It is a portable indirect calciner-lined tube mixer. It comes in
all sizes and many variations, from a number of firms world wide. 3)
Does it appear that there are wheels (B & E) on the primary
machine? This is not critical, because such machines come in both portable
and fixed versions, but a portable machine makes more sense in this case.
Does the left end of the machine in question seem to be raised off of the
ground about a 2-3 feet higher than the right end? There are subtle
clues this is so, the most visible of which is that the
assembly seems to be jacked up and at an angle, and a shadow which is more
abundant at left than at right. Checking the other inset, we see that the
trailer parked next to the tube is closer at the far end than the near
end (not parallel) - yet the roof line is essentially parallel to the tube
in the horizontal image. This can only be so if the tube is not level,
raised at the left of image. The mixing effect of tube mixers requires
the feed end to be higher than the exit end. 5) Is there now any
question in the reader's mind that the machine in question is capable of
making commercial quality ANFO explosives? Take your time... the
question is NOT going away.
Now follow the output pipe that enters the ground
and then runs in a visible trench line. 1) Does it appear that the
trench (C) is shallow, poorly dug and covered? 2) Note
that it ends with a dramatic darker material and roughness in the trench,
as if recently uncovered. Does it appear that there is a hint of
a much better buried (and untampered with) line running at right angles
towards the tents? Refer to the inset of the trench from another view angle
for help in deciding. 3) Have you ever smelled nitrates and
fuel oil or exotic fuels such as nitromethane? You wouldn't want
to do so for very long. Look at the larger edited image found below
this paragraph and compare the placement of the machine shown there.
I maintain that the poorly buried trench line, and the suggestion of a
freshly laid secondary layer of darker gravel along the whole left side
of the compound implies the machine was originally placed closer to the
tents, but moved as far away as possible when the people working in the
command tent in the corner were overcome with fumes. There will be other
evidence in a future image of the site which suggests this is also true,
because wherever the spill is, plants will not grow! 4) Is there
any doubt in the reader's mind that the output of the machine goes to the
the first tent, tent (A) in the larger image?
Tent Bomb Factory Process Analysis
Edited Image (relocated machine) with bomb factory tent
pair labels added. Note a
technician in all-white clean-room type dress exiting tent (a) towards
|Important note: The white fencing at the porches and separated
tents allows for extreme compartmentalization, a security technique which
allows people to work without understanding or knowing any details about
the larger operation. Thus not even the guards, workers in the tents,
drivers, or anyone other than high managers need understand the full significance
of either their job or this image with respect to OKC. Only by review
of the following scenario might such persons come to realize their part
in a terrible crime. Other scenarios are possible, but this is my best
'guesstimate' of an appropriate use of resources:
Empty barrels are received at the porch of tent (A) and inspected and
prepared in tent (a) before being filled with commercial ANFO from tube
machine in tent (A). Detonation device and timer components are received
at the porch of tent (B) and inspected, tested, and assembled in tent (b).
Filled barrels from tent (A) are brought to tent (B) for installation of
the completed detonation mechanisms, which are inserted deep within the
Plastic explosives for the interior bombs, satchels or other containers
for them, and their detonation devices are received at the porch of tend
(D). The detonation devices are inspected, tested, and assembled in tent
(d) and mated with containers in tent (D). Final inspection of all
bombs is undertaken in tent (C) with minor adjustments in tent (c), and
delivery output to the porch of tent (D), where the Ryder truck awaits.
It common for identifiable pieces of detonating devices to survive blasts
and be found by investigators if placed on the outside of the explosive
material. But if such a detonator were actually inserted within the drums
instead of merely being placed somewhere on their outside, it would not
only aid in blast shape determination, but also completely annihilate the
detonator mechanisms leaving no detectable trace of the means employed.
The end result is a bomb which has a low-tech appearance because there
are no high-tech bomb pieces found in the debris. In my opinion, a wireless
radio activated detonation system is the only logical way to go, perhaps
with integral programmable delay devices if individual barrel detonation
is to be staggered by milliseconds to help achieve a more focused blast.
The most efficient way to destroy a reinforced concrete/steel column is
to place explosives at opposing sides, or even on all sides. This creates
a 'cutting' action from two sides simultaneously and reduces the total
explosives material required for the task. The most logical explosives
for this job is C-4, also known as plastic, which is normally detonated
by a simple blasting cap with a manual, electronic, or mechanical trigger
mechanism of some sort coupled to a battery source.
Plastic comes in bricks not unlike clay, and like
clay, is somewhat soft and pliable, easy to mold into shape and press into
position. Also like clay, smaller portions can be pulled away and used,
or the whole brick can be used. In my opinion, the best solution is to
create a simple 'girdle' and 'satchel' garment bags designed to hold an
appropriate number of bricks in the proper positions on opposite sides
of the target pillar(s). The interior pillars are smaller in diameter,
and may have had full 360 degree access within the building, making it
easy to strap a girdle into place. The larger columns at the front facing
would be more challenging because one side would have been incorporated
into the front wall/window surface, denying 360 degree access. Simply placing
satchels at opposite sides of the base on the floor would be adequate.
The precise positions would have to be carefully planned in advance, of
course. Consider this quote from the April 23 World Net Daily article
by Jon Dougherty,
Oklahoma City's Lost Information - which chiefly
echo's my sentiments about media's inability to remember facts or recognize
'facts' presented by government which need to be challenged:
'Witnesses reported seeing three men in the parking garage of the Murrah
building (it had nine stories above ground and had a
four-floor parking garage underneath) working with "electrical equipment"
and pointing at various parts of the garage in the days
before the attack. Many survivors reported that some of these men were
dressed in Government Services Administration uniforms
but had never seen them before or since.'
The girdle and satchel bags would need to be assembled
with explosives, and detonators installed at both sides of each bag to
insure synchronous detonation. While a radio detonator might have been
applied, the problem with plastic is that it might not utterly destroy
the detonating mechanism to leave no detectable clues. Finding any clue
to a detonator frequently tends to unravel the entire matter to lead investigators
to the group responsible. A simple wrist-watch like counter with a battery
could be wired in a way that, if surviving, would simply look like it was
a watch which belonged to one of the bomb's victims.
A tougher problem is how to synchronize all four
column bombs with each other. This challenge leaves me with several solutions
which are each subject to objectionable elements. The simplest is that
four individuals each placed a bomb, and then on signal, started the timers
and ran. But this means four people plus McVeigh who presumably came along
later, quite possibly unaware of the other bombs at all. There was no need
for him to know about any other bombs or conspirators if he was a front
man and cut out, or patsy.
|Another means might involve a simple photographer's
flash synchronizer. This is a small object the size of a power plug, some
models actually using power plug prongs for connection to the flash unit.
A sudden rise in light intensity closes the circuit. Thus only one column
need have a timer, and the others, if equipped with the synchronizer would
trigger off of the flash of the first explosion, essentially synchronous
based on the speed of light. The drawback is that this author has not been
able to find anyone to confirm if the flash of a plastic explosion is bright
enough to trigger a synchronizer. Of course, an actual camera flash
attached to a standard photo timer would do the job, and would not leave
clues that would necessarily point to the true purpose of the equipment.
It would likely be assumed to have been strictly a photographer's tool
belonging to one of the victims or stored there by an occupant of the building.
Yet another means involves running wires between
all the packages at each column so that when one goes, they all go, but
this leaves a tell-tale wire that would attract suspicion immediately if
encountered. Depending on where the explosives might actually have been
placed (that forensic information not available publicly), this and the
other alternatives methods might or might not be more or less acceptable.
Perhaps General Partin has such information, and someone like him would
surely have a better and more informed opinion than my own. As stated,
I am not an expert in this area. For that reason, this entire section may
be rewritten as my education improves or pending the contribution of others.
Some have already contributed greatly.
The following material applies to both ANFO and METC arguments. Consider
the security issues. Note what appears to be a security camera in the upper
left fence corner and what might be a camera on the main power pole - both
might be just lights, or a combination.. There seems to be a well-used
guard's walk path about the perimeter of the 10-12' high fence. The outermost
fence is is said to be topped with razor wire and the inner fences are
cloth covered to obscure view. Whatever activity was taking place in the
tents, including the loading/unloading of trucks (a new loading ramp has
been built within the fence), was so secret that not even those present
inside the compound were to see.
This technique is called compartmentalization and is applied ONLY by
the intelligence community. Further note that each set of four 'work' areas
consists of a loading area with fence, a larger round-top tent, and a smaller
tent of traditional design. Pairs are so closely spaced as to allow direct
passage between without visual detection. There is a yellow Caterpillar
with grader blade at center top, probably used to prepare the area and
spread the gravel, another indicator of recent construction. Harder to
see right of that is a large capacity fork lift. Presence of these is a
clue to the secrecy of the project. It implies that normal base resources
(manpower and equipment) were not used: a grader was obtained outside of
channels and thus, need not be returned. Such heavy equipment is
not normally stored outside of the engineering section of a base.
Examine the unusual power pole configuration. There is a transformer
on the pole, from which power runs down to a switch box. From there it
splits through conduit to yet another box (upper path) and directly (lower
route). I've seen this configuration in military sites where unusual voltages
were required: 110 V 60 cycle, 220 V 60 cycle, and 240 V three-phase. It
can also mean foreign equipment is being used with needs for 50 cycles.
There is within the main image a small Auxiliary Power Unit parked just
ahead of the van, which is capable of producing 24V and 48 V DC. The reason
for the odd mix of power is to support a wide range of instrumentation
and heavy motor needs. Note the underground trench leading to the pole,
Finally, again for both arguments, are some additional fine details
worth noting. High-magnification analysis of the street view image reveals
smoke is now coming from the mixing machine, just visible as a dark softness
at the stack's top. The larger tents are high enough to both allow trucks
to be backed into them, and to contain a crane assembly, if needed. Given
that there is only one vehicle present, it is entirely conceivable that
the factory can be run entirely with one man once set up, simply executing
one step at a time.
Thus, the identity of the car and driver in these images is very important.
There are several means by which this might be determined, providing the
military uniform is genuine, fewer means if it is not. Hopefully, more
to follow on this question. In the meantime, anyone involved in this
matter peripherally had better take out some pretty outstanding insurance
policies (as have I) or plan on turning State's evidence. Not only
are they in danger from prosecution, but of assassination from those above
them who must now feel their margin of anonymity slipping away. Let
me raise the stakes a little more for those involved. I and my investigators
are examining ties to an orphanage, a church, a Satanic cult, and an oil
company which itself has ties further South and, now, far to the East.
It is only a matter of time. Come in now - I protect my sources.
I had planned to include an updated version of my analysis of this site
as an METC bomb making factory. This had earlier been displayed for
more than two years with very few people signing on. Most of what
applies to the tube mixer and the rest of the image, especially those things
which represent new information, also apply to METC. As I have run
out of time, and can no longer afford to delay the posting of materials
which may help to stay McVeigh's execution pending a proper investigation,
I must instead for the time being suggest that readers interested in learning
about METC request that from me directly.
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