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FTR #97 Update on the Oklahoma City Bombing

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Build­ing on the infor­ma­tion­al foun­da­tion devel­oped in pre­vi­ous broad­casts, this pro­gram sets forth com­pelling doc­u­men­ta­tion of a far-reach­ing fas­cist con­spir­a­cy under­ly­ing the Okla­homa City bomb­ing. (See the pre­vi­ous pro­grams enti­tled: Spe­cial­ized Knowl­edge and Abil­i­ties, Blood Oath, var­i­ous inter­views with Stephen Worth and Updates on the Okla­homa City Bomb­ing — one from 1997 and two oth­er updates from 1998. All of them are avail­able from Spit­fire.) This pro­gram presents infor­ma­tion con­firm­ing that many more peo­ple than just (Ter­ry) Nichols and (Tim) McVeigh were involved. In addi­tion to Ger­man Nazi Andreas Strass­meier (a for­mer Bun­deswehr offi­cer and the son of Chan­cel­lor Hel­mut Kohl’s for­mer chief of staff), alleged par­tic­i­pants include a num­ber of domes­tic and for­eign fas­cists, includ­ing a Czech-born Nazi asso­ci­at­ed with the Aryan Nations. The broad­cast also cov­ers: alleged par­tic­i­pant Den­nis Mahon’s con­tentions that he was receiv­ing fund­ing from Iraq; the con­tention that Strass­meier’s grand­fa­ther was one of the founders of the Nazi Par­ty in Ger­many; the search for a mys­te­ri­ous “Robert Jacks” (a name that crops up in a num­ber of con­texts in con­nec­tion with the bomb­ing) and the con­tention the the Mur­rah build­ing was mis­tak­en­ly bombed dur­ing a plot to kill a judge in Okla­homa City.


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