What you don't know about Waco
Responsible for researching and producing a trilogy of documentaries about the Waco siege, the 1993 government raid on the Branch Davidians that ended months later in a gun battle and fatal firestorm, my investigation and unraveling of the tragedy has been an eight-year work in progress.
After completing the first film, "Waco: The Rules of Engagement," in the late fall of 1996 there were still many unanswered questions. Just a few included:
These are just a few of the questions answered in the second film, "Waco: A New Revelation."
The ultimate, or "darkest" issue of the entire episode lies in former Sen. Jack Danforth's attempt to provide a definitive answer to the question, Did the FBI fire on the Branch Davidians as they attempted to flee the burning building? Was Danforth right when he stated that he was 100 percent certain that the FBI did not fire on the Davidians?
This question and several other significant issues revolving around the flashes of light on the FBI's Forward Looking Infrared video of April 19, 1993, are answered in the last of the Waco trilogy, "The F.L.I.R. Project," where you can see how the Danforth Waco "recreation" was not just flawed, but actually rigged to provide answers that would support the government's explanation of endgame events on April 19.
If you haven't seen the "F.L.I.R. Project," you don't know about:
As of the last week of July 2001 the United States Senate Judiciary committee and the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Justice have the evidence they need to bring closure to the long eight years of the Waco tragedy. Please, look at the evidence presented in "Waco: A New Revelation" and "The F.L.I.R. Project" and let the congressmen and senators who serve on these committees know what you think.
Get armed with the facts. "The F.L.I.R. Project" offers evidence federal agents fired on Davidians in Waco.
"Waco: A New Revelation" details why the final shoot-out happened when it did.
"Waco: Rules of Engagement" is the Emmy-award-winning video that started it all by telling survivors' stories.
All three videos are available in the WorldNetDaily online store.
Emmy-award winning investigative journalist Michael McNulty researched and produced "Waco: The Rules of Engagement," "Waco: A New Revelation" and the last in the trilogy, "The F.L.I.R. Project."
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