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Surprise! Newsweek changes mind about OKC bombing article.

The radical left-wing rapidly dying “news” magazine was supposed to run an article exposing a Clinton era coverup concerning the OKC bombing. They removed the best parts before the magazine went to print. Instead of exposing the FBI coverup, Newsweek added to it. Read More.

We know know that Timothy McVeigh was completely surrounded by FBI informants and/or agent provocateurs. Numerous eyewitnesses, including the employees at the Ryder truck rental place, say that they saw McVeigh with other suspects. The timeline of events suggests that some of these FBI assets may have physically aided McVeigh in mixing explosives and loading them into the truck.

It is now admitted that the Department of Justice facilitated the sale of thousands of weapons to Mexican drug cartels. They have confessed to providing Mexican drug lords with about 2,500 guns, though the actual number is probably dramatically higher. Two American law enforcement officers were killed by these weapons. Scores of Mexican police have been killed by these weapons. Many more Mexican citizens have also been killed. The DOJs own internal documents obtained by CBS national news show that agents openly discusses using the operation as a false flag to take away the 2nd amendment rights of American citizens.

The US Department of Justice, under Obama, was willing to give Mexican drug lords thousands of powerful weapons and watch innocent members of law enforcement get killed. All to use as an excuse to take away our rights.

Would the same department, under Clinton, provoke and/or provide assistance to Timothy McVeigh to blow up the Federal Building in Oklahoma City? A bombing that occurred just as the same administration was trying to pass sweeping legislation to expand the powers of the Federal government.


The original article written by reporter R.M. Schneiderman and approved by his immediate editor John Solomon is extensive. An abbreviated step-by-step overview of that article is provided below.

1. Schneiderman uncovered revelations concerning the Oklahoma City bombing that not only implicate Clinton Administration officials in mass murder but contain a direct link to the Obama Administration, the current FBI, and Attorney-General Eric Holder, who worked for Janet Reno at the Department of Justice during the 1990s. Two informants, John Matthews and Jesse Trentadue, provided the FBI and DOJ with information showing that Timothy McVeigh had worked in tandem with other persons, thereby blowing the theory of the ‘lone bomber.’

2. Matthews, who was working with the government to infiltrate extremist groups, had provided information to the FBI indicating that one Tom Posey, who had been a suspect in another crime called the Brown’s Ferry Plot, had collaborated with Timothy McVeigh. It was Posey who was the first to talk about the use of weapons of mass destruction to blow up federal buildings–a prospect that prompted Matthews to go to the FBI. But there is evidence that Posey was cooperating with the FBI, providing them key information about various extremist groups in the U.S.

3. Matthews had also encountered Timothy McVeigh in Texas, in the company of one Andreas Carl Strassmeier, another suspect in the planning of the Oklahoma City bombing. McVeigh and Strassmeier were both involved in the para-military movement and were participating in training exercises in Texas.

4. Neither Posey nor Strassmeier were ever pursued by the FBI for their role in the bombing, leading Matthews to conclude that the entire case of the FBI against McVeigh as the ‘lone bomber’ was highly suspect.

5. A racist, neo-Nazi group in Texas called the Texas Light Infantry is key to understanding the plot to blow up the federal building in Oklahoma City. It was within this very group that Matthews encountered McVeigh and Strassmeier. Yet the article in Newsweek fails to mention the militia group at all. Instead the article identifies the Texas Reserve Militia. This deft sleight of hand appears to be aimed at hiding the truth about the Texas Light Infantry, where McVeigh and Strassmeier laid out their plot.

6. Another FBI informant by the name of Dave Rossi was key to the plot, yet that information was also cut out of the final copy of the article that appeared in Newsweek. Rossi knew Posey very well from numerous encounters at various and sundry meetings of extremist militia groups. Rossi was also a key operative in the FBI’s scandalous and murderous covert program called PATCON–‘Patriot Conspiracy’–which was involved in all of the major scandals going back decades, including the massacres at Ruby Ridge and Waco.

7. Newsweek editor Tina Brown also cut out from the final article an entire section that the reporter had included on Utah Attorney Jesse Trentadue, whose brother was beaten to death in prison shortly after the Oklahoma City bombing. Trentadue believes that his brother was killed by the FBI in a case of mistaken identity. The official report claims that Trentadue hanged himself in the cell. But photos indicate that his throat had been cut. There were bruises all over his body. A federal judge later ruled the FBI had lied in court about the case and destroyed evidence. The Trentadue family was awarded 1.1 million dollars in damages for emotional distress.