Here’s an example where a group of people who were becoming more and more vocal about the coming One World Order, sometimes called a New World Order, REALLY NEEDED the guns they were accused of having. The outcome might have been different had David Karish’s group had the firepower they needed to keep these government storm troopers from burning to death their entire group, every man, woman, and child! The question here is: Who should have had their guns taken away during this “Operation?”
Thank you Janet Reno for shooting and burning the children to death in Waco and tell your bosses, the controllers. . . Give up OUR guns, indeed!. . . EDITOR
The following was extracted from a report prepared by Attorney Paul Wilcher, a report based on actual eyewitness testimony. The members of the very assault team mentioned in the following report had been in contact with Paul Wilcher, via a third party, and given immunity from prosecution they had been prepared to testify. Even though these were hardened professional killers, what they had been ordered to do and actually done at Waco had deeply disturbed them. On May 21st, 1993, Wilcher went to present the following to US Attorney General Janet Reno, on June 23rd Wilcher’s badly decomposed body was found in his apartment. Upon discovery his apartment was sealed and searched and all documents removed. That indeed might have been the end of the matter but Wilcher had given a copy of his 100-page report to Sara McClendon, a senior White House correspondent, shortly before his death.
Wilcher had made one critical mistake in presuming the innocence of Janet Reno and Bill Clinton; it was a mistake that was to cost him his life.
In mid 1999 the report re-emerged, whereupon the four members of the Delta Force assault team involved at Waco all died in training “accidents”. The fact that they are not named in this report had probably allowed them to live so long. However as soon as the report re-appeared the “accidents” occurred, effectively “silencing their testimony forever.” . . . Read Extensive Report