Skip to comments.'Third Terrorist' author on Farah show (Jayna Davis on OKC bombing)
Posted on 04/14/2004 8:13:14 AM PDT by wjersey
Jayna Davis, author of "The Third Terrorist: The Middle Eastern Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing," will be Joseph Farah's guest today on his nationally syndicated radio talk show. Davis' thorough and painstaking research into those responsible for the Oklahoma City bombing first revealed a Mideast connection to the terror attack. Her new book includes stunning evidence of Iraqi involvement, evidence federal government agents refused to investigate.
Davis' piercing account is the first book to set the record straight about what really happened in the bombing that killed nearly 170 people in a few short seconds April 19, 1995.
"The Third Terrorist" is already gaining attention on the national stage. Just yesterday, during the 9-11 Commission hearings, panel member John Lehman questioned former FBI Director Louis Freeh about the book, which was published by WND Books.
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Fmr. FBI Director Louis Freeh: Well, other than that book, which I havent read, I dont know any other credible source with respect to that kind of a link. No, I have not run those links myself. I certainly was not aware of them when I was FBI director. I know that there is a review going on with respect to some of the matters that have been raised by his (Nichols) attorney in connection with state murder prosecution that is ongoing. I guess I dont want to say anything with respect to that case as it is being tried now by a judge and jury. But I dont know of any connections except the one youve just mentioned between Ramzi Yousef and that terrorist act.
Commissioner Lehman: Thank you.
On Aug. 22, 1996, just a few days before the start of the Democratic National Convention, Ms. Gorelick oversaw a critical Justice Department meeting with the FBI. Immediately after this meeting, as it happened, all serious inquiry into the fate of TWA 800 came to an end.
On the next day, for instance, the FAA began to inquire whether any dog-training exercises had ever taken place on the plane that would become TWA 800. On the same day, as CNN reported, the FBI now claimed publicly for the first time that the explosive residue found along the right wing "could have been brought on the plane by a passenger and was not part of a bomb." Likewise, after the meeting, the FBI would do no more eyewitness interviews, at least not for the next two months. The Bureau only did a handful after that and all of those for the wrong reasons.
From Clarke's Against All Enemies, p. 127 (although it is one of those "consider the source" type things):
"Another Conspiracy Theory intrigued me because I could never disprove it. The theory seemed unlikely on its face: Ramzi Yousef or Khalid Sheik Muhammad had taught Terry Nichols how to blow up the Oklahoma Federal Building. The problem was that, upon investigation, we established that both Ramzi Yousef and Nichols had been in the city of Cebu on the same days. I had been to Cebu years earlier; it is on an island in the central Philippines. It was a town in which word could have spread that a local girl was bringing her American boy friend home and that the American hated the U.S. government.
Yousef and Khalid Sheik Muhammad had gone there to help create an al Qaeda spinoff, a Philippine affiliate chapter, named after a hero of the Afghan war against the Soviets, Abu Sayaff. Could the al Qaeda explosives expert have been introduced to the angry American who proclaimed his hatred for the U.S. Government? We do not know, despite some FBI investigation. We do know that Nichols's bombs did not work before his Philippine stay and were deadly when he returned. We also know that Nichols continued to call Cebu long after his wife returned to the United States. The final coincidence is that several al Qaeda operatives had attended a radical Islamic conference a few years earliler in, of all places, Oklahoma City.
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