Missed an anniversary
I was so busy I forgot to mention that February 28 was the 20th anniversary of the Waco tragedy. My long out of date Waco page is here. After years of FOIA litigation, the most astonishing finding was probably this document.
UPDATE: I dunno what's up with the webpage. I had a friend email me that the page was down. I got it to load with no problem, told him, he tried again and couldn't get it to load. Then the next day he had no problems loading it. I just tested it, and it loads for me, as of now.
www.hardylaw.net seems to be offline (or a typo.)
Posted by: Kirk Parker at March 4, 2013 02:22 AM
Yeah, the site has been offline for a while now.
Posted by: DocZaius at March 7, 2013 01:36 PM
I tried four or five times and cannot bring the page up...
For whatever its worth' I watched the last of the siege and burning of the building.
Our fed boys burned the building on purpose.
Tear gas does not work well with a draft to disperse it but 'White Phosphorus' (nickname 'willie peter') does much better with a draft. After supposedly inserting tear gas with the tube on the A.P.C., the occupants started knocking holes in the roof, (I watched this happen) that way the burning of the 'White Phosphorus' would be more apt to start a consumable in the building afire...The building was bull-dozed afterward before any forensics could be done by the state.
Posted by: George Proctor at March 9, 2013 02:31 PM