Filmmaker: Trail of Waco Documents Leads To First
The Drudge Report
Sunday, August 29, 1999
Hillary Clinton's office was on the receiving end of documents
relating to April 1993 siege at Waco!
That was the startling claim
made by WACO filmmaker Michael McNulty this weekend.
"Let's look at
the chain of command in the series of events [on April 19th]," McNulty
said during an interview aired this weekend on FOX NEWS CHANNEL's
"And the trail goes from Waco to the Justice Department.
Well, actually, first to the FBI headquarters, and then from there, across
the street, literally across the street to the Justice Department into Mr.
Webb Hubbell's ears and out Mr. Hubbell's mouth to Mr. Foster in the White
McNulty, whose first film WACO: RULES OF ENGAGEMENT was
nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, continued:
"And then we find the trail of documents that we'll be talking about more
later that leads to one place, and that's the first lady's
Why would Hillary Rodham Clinton's office have been on the
receiving end of documents relating to the Waco siege?
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's role in Waco, if any? McNulty refused
to elaborate on his discovery.
[One source close to the situation
tells the DRUDGE REPORT that at least 3 documents removed from Vince
Foster's office the night he died pertained to Waco.]
McNulty accused the government of lying about its actions during the
seven-week confrontation with Branch Davidians that ended in fiery
Finally last week, after years of denials, McNulty was
vindicated when the government admitted that it did use pyrotechnic
devices the day the compound burned down, killing David Koresh and about
80 followers. The Justice Department was forced to modify its claims after
McNulty found physical evidence to the contrary. The evidence one
pyrotechnic shell and a photograph of another shell that had been
misidentified will be featured in the Fort Collins, Colo., resident's
second film WACO: A NEW REVELATION, to be released this
"Getting answers is satisfying, but it will be much more
satisfying when the people who are responsible are in prison," McNulty
told the ASSOCIATED PRESS in an interview. "All of this is not about Mike
McNulty, or the films that have been done, or about selling the films.
It's about finding the truth."
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