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  • Discovered papers: Hanoi directed Kerry [2004]

    01/29/2013 3:19:13 AM PST · by RaceBannon · 81 replies
    world net daily ^ | Published: 10/26/2004 at 1:00 AM | Art Moore
    memory hole reminder The first documentary evidence that Vietnamese communists were directly steering John Kerry’s group Vietnam Veterans Against the War has been discovered in a U.S. archive, according to a researcher who spoke with WorldNetDaily. Read more at

    10/05/2005 4:51:42 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 257 replies · 12,298+ views
    phone call with Jayna Davis | 10-5-05 | dfu
    JAYNA DAVIS: Report No. 1 - OU SUICIDE BOMBING CASE As FReepers are probably aware, Jayna Davis, indefatigable reporter and author of THE THIRD TERRORIST, is on the case of the OU suicide bomber. A local FReeper is giving her assistance. Here are some of the highlights of our discussion a short time ago: 1 - she has spoken to the feed store owner, Justin Ellison . . . Joel Hinrichs III exhibited strange behavior while in the feed store trying to buy ammonium nitrate . . . the store owner asked why he wanted it, and Hinrichs turned away...
  • Bomb material found in student’s apartment

    10/02/2005 9:13:39 PM PDT · by WestTexasWend · 192 replies · 7,067+ views
    The Oklahoman ^ | Sunday, October 2, 2005 | Jane Glenn Cannon and Jennifer Jackson
    NORMAN - Local and federal law officers worked Sunday to remove what was described as a cache of explosive material from the apartment of a man who died in a bombing the night before. Joel Henry Hinrichs III, 21, a junior from Colorado Springs, Colo., died in the explosion, FBI officials said. Investigators believe Hinrichs detonated a bomb about 8 p.m. Saturday, just 100 yards away from a packed football stadium. Officials confirmed Sunday a cache of explosive material later was found inside Hinrichs’ residence at the university- owned Parkview Apartments, southeast of Lindsey Street and Stinson Avenue. The FBI,...
  • Confirmed, OU suicide bomber was not a Muslim

    10/02/2005 4:19:29 PM PDT · by JesseP · 30 replies · 1,449+ views
    I JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH A MEMBER OF THE FRATERNITY JOEL HINRICHS WAS IN!! Looks like I may have jumped to the conclusion too quick as to the suicide bomber at OU last night, I tracked down which Frat he was in and tracked down the head of that Frat at OU and gave him a call and asked him if Joel was a Muslim convert. He said no he was definately not, not at all. So looks like we jumped to a conclusion. But we should all never be too quick to accept everything we hear from...
  • Student who died in blast identified

    10/02/2005 3:46:04 PM PDT · by WestTexasWend · 245 replies · 9,536+ views
    The Oklahoman ^ | Sunday, October 2, 2005 | Jesse Olivarez
    A University of Oklahoma student died in an explosion Saturday night near a stadium packed with 84,000 people. Although the investigation is not complete, the medical examiner believes Joel Henry Hinrichs III, 21, of Colorado Springs, Colo., perished in the blast, said Salvador Hernandez, special agent in charge of the FBI in Oklahoma . Hinrichs died about 8 p.m. when an explosive detonated near the Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. According to the university’s Web site, Hinrichs was a junior in the college of engineering. There were no reports of any other injuries and university officials have said the spectators at the...

    10/02/2005 10:58:16 AM PDT · by indcons · 35 replies · 1,252+ views
    Oklahoma Travels ^ | 10/02/2005 | L.A.Lamphere
    From: Lan Lamphere October 2, 2005 5:10 AM Let me say this because I was there. This press release is utter bullshit! David Boren is trying to save face for OU! A bomb went off no more than 400 feet from the football stadium, which at the time held close to 84,000 souls. One “device” exploded killing someone. No one is saying if it was a man or a woman at the time of this writing. Then another device was found near the crime scene. The Bomb Squad destroyed that “device”. With all that said, and plenty more to say,...
  • Suicide bombing at Oklahoma University?

    10/02/2005 4:30:57 AM PDT · by ovrtaxt · 118 replies · 6,066+ views ^ | October 2, 2005 | WORLDNETDAILY
    Suicide bombing at Oklahoma University? 1 killed as 84,000 watch Sooners vs. Kansas State Posted: October 2, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern © 2005 One person was killed in an explosion about 100 yards from a packed football stadium at the University of Oklahoma last night in what officials are ruling a suicide. The noisy explosion was heard inside Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, where 84,000 were watching the Oklahoma Sooners play Kansas State. A police bomb squad reportedly detonated other explosives found at the site of the blast. No spectators were allowed out of the stadium immediately following the blast, which occurred about 8...
  • Bomb Blast at University of Oklahoma (Breaking on Fox) - suicide bomber at OU

    10/01/2005 7:05:29 PM PDT · by blogblogginaway · 4,599 replies · 217,545+ views
    Fox News/ ^ | oct. 1, 2005
    <p>Just heard as news alert on Fox News. One beieved dead. No other details.</p>
  • Jayna Davis Dissects Berg-Moussaoui Links

    05/19/2004 8:40:48 AM PDT · by Maria S · 19 replies · 494+ views
    Was executed American contractor Nicholas Berg's decision to share his computer password with alleged "20th hijacker" Zacarias Moussaoui during a 1999 encounter in Norman, Okla., just a coincidence, as Attorney General John Ashcroft assured the nation last week? Or was there more to this bizarre development than meets the eye? Oklahoma City bombing investigator, former NBC reporter Jayna Davis, has been exploring some of the more troubling aspects of the Berg-Moussaoui meeting, especially in light of the role the city of Norman played in events leading up to 9/11. First, says Davis, the official story which had Berg, then a...
  • Tourists May Blow in Along Windy Trail in West Texas

    01/12/2004 5:38:48 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 228+ views
    Lubbock, TX, Avalanche-Journal ^ | 01-12-04 | Smith, P. Christine
    Tourists may blow in along windy trail BY P. CHRISTINE SMITH AVALANCHE-JOURNAL Coy Harris hopes travelers taking in the sights along the newly planned 600-mile Power of the Wind Trail will end up in Lubbock. Harris is executive director of the American Wind Power Center, 1701 Canyon Lakes Drive, one destination on the trail that stretches from Lubbock into Oklahoma. John Armour of the Lubbock Convention and Visitors Bureau took the suggestion of a colleague and ran with it. He has spearheaded the development of the trail along with representatives of at least seven cities across the region. "This is...