By Douglas J. Hagmann
Sunday, April 19, 2015 marked the 20th anniversary of the bombing that killed 171 Americans (168 men, women and children, and three unborn), and injured over 500 others in the heartland of the United States: the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. As of that date, it was the worst domestic terrorist attack in U.S. history.
Placed in proper contextual and historical perspective, the bombing of the Murrah Building was bookended by two other attacks on American soil: the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center and the attacks of September 11, 2001.
According to the official accounts, the 1993 and 2001 attacks were officially attributed to foreign, Middle Eastern actors. The 1995 bombing, however, was officially blamed on two crazed right-wing zealots intent on exacting revenge for the U.S. government’s assault on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, exactly two years earlier, on April 19, 1993, in which 80 men, women and children were killed.
Arrested and convicted for the Murrah building bombings were Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols. McVeigh, 33, was put to death by chemical injection on June 11, 2001, at the United States penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was the first person to be executed by the federal government since 1963. Nichols is serving a life sentence in the Supermax Prison in Florence, Colorado.
Having just marked the twentieth anniversary of the 1995 bombing in America’s heartland, it is absolutely critical that we shed our ideological and intellectual blinders and step out of the scripted government accounts that have been thrust upon us and reiterated by a controlled and obedient media. Today, we have the ability to look back in recent history to dissect and better understand the agenda of those who actually wrote the script. For it is this very narrative that served as the official opening salvo to depict all Christians, Constitutionalists, and Conservatives as domestic terrorists that began in earnest under the Clinton administration. It is this same narrative that has been refined and expanded through subsequent administrations and parroted by the corporate media.
For the Marxists who have infiltrated the American political system and their captive media, the official account of the Oklahoma City bombing was the exclamation point purposely and expeditiously placed at the end of the paragraph that included Waco and Ruby Ridge. The arrest and conviction of Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols was the much-needed mechanism of the Progressive left against the Christian Conservative right during that period of the 1990s. It continues to serve as the cornerstone for the nefarious agenda that has re-categorized Christians, Conservatives and Constitutionalists as enemies of the state, using the blood of the innocent dead and maimed.
We must not forget that this push for demonization was managed by the Clinton administration which also included Hillary Rodham Clinton, and the Department of Justice under Janet Reno. Its political and ideological importance cannot be understated, and has become much clearer for those who understand and are paying attention to history.
With specific regard to the Oklahoma City bombing, we must not, however, limit our blame to any one political party, for the Republican-Democrat meme has morphed into a single ideology of globalist ambitions.
The official account of the Oklahoma City bombing is flawed at best, or deliberately deceptive at worst. I can write from a position of intimate knowledge and authority, for I was given the unique privilege by Ms. Davis to investigate her claims within the covers of her book, The Third Terrorist. Based on my exhaustive research of her own tireless investigation, using her raw and unredacted findings she developed in the hours, days, weeks and months after the bombing, I can authoritatively state that her work has withstood numerous examinations, cross-examinations, and other assaults that few other works could. That, however, was never the issue.
Without reservation and armed with substantial proof, I can state with absolute certainty that Middle Eastern terrorists were involved and interwoven throughout this horrific bombing event. This bombing was never the result of some right-wing fanatics to avenge government overreach, although that’s exactly what the government and media want you to believe. Well, you are being lied to, and the lie permeates the ideological landscape of today.
It is vital to point out that it is not my intent to discount, limit or minimize a much larger plot that Ms. Davis leaves the reader to address. In fact, Ms. Davis’ work actually makes the case for the foreknowledge of not just an attack on America’s heartland, but the foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks. She documents the occasions where critical information relevant to not just the Oklahoma City bombing, but a future attack was offered to our intelligence agencies but was ignored by the FBI, claimed lost, or outright refused.
It should also be pointed out that all surveillance footage of the Ryder truck, and those exiting the truck as it was parked in front of the Murrah Building have been confiscated and classified by the government, disallowed for public view. Additionally, it is important to note that the government is on record stating that other co-conspirators, aside from McVeigh and Nichols and including the infamous “John Doe #2”, simply don’t exist, despite the evidence furnished by Ms. Davis.
One assertion contained within The Third Terrorist identifies an Iraqi soldier who was granted asylum in the United States following Desert Storm, or the first Persian Gulf War in 1991. The identity of the “third terrorist,” or the man, identified as John Doe #2 who stepped from the Ryder truck with McVeigh minutes before the deadly explosion in 1995 was identified as Hussain al-Hussaini. He was one of many Iraqi soldiers of Saddam Hussain’s Special Forces who were brought to the U.S. under the guise of political asylum.
Subsequent to the Murrah building bombing, Hussain al-Hussaini moved to Boston months after the bombing, where he resided for a time with two other Iraqi nationals. All three ultimately became employed at Boston Logan Airport, where two of the four hijacked planes originated on September 11, 2001.
As pointed out by Ms. Davis, four years before the attacks of September 11, 2001, Hussain al-Hussaini was working behind security at Boston Logan Airport. Interestingly, he confided to some that he was concerned that he “would be blamed should anything happen” at (or through) Boston Logan. t was in May 2005 when my investigation into Hussain al-Hussaini and his compatriots took me to Boston and its suburbs. There, I located not just Hussain al-Hussaini, but the two Iraqi nationals who worked in the food service venue on September 11, 2001.
In sum and substance, the very person who authorities claimed did not exist, John Doe #2 of the bombing, despite numerous eyewitness accounts to the contrary, and once considered the most wanted man in the Oklahoma City bombing (at least for a short period of time), was living and working freely, unmolested by government investigation, in a Boston suburb.
He was working for a landscaping company, and lived in a quiet neighborhood where some neighbors knew him as “Sammy.”
As noted, Hussain al-Hussaini was reportedly mentally unstable and concerned before 9/11 that he would be implicated in an event that happened in Boston. Despite such admissions and the known security issues at Boston Logan, I found al-Hussaini walking freely.
My findings left me bewildered, considering al Hussaini was once a most wanted man. Yet, I was even more concerned as I investigated and conducted surveillance of his two compatriots, who appeared to be living without any apparent means of income and engaging in activities that most investigators would consider curious against the backdrop of their suspected history.
For the purpose of verification, I am providing a blurred, low-resolution image of one of the two aforementioned Iraqi nationals who was employed at Boston Logan, and who appeared to maintain ties to al-Hussaini contemporaneously with my investigation.
The following image (left) was taken during my covert surveillance operations on 17 May 2005. At this point, the information provided to federal authorities about the backgrounds and activities of “John Doe #2” and his other associates was confirmed.
Following my undetected and uncompromised surveillance and subsequent to issuing my verbal report, I became troubled as I learned that al-Hussaini had hurriedly vacated his residence, even before I made it beyond the limits of Boston. His actions followed exactly those described by Ms. Davis when he was initially identified as John Doe #2.
After considering many aspects of my investigation and surveillance, I concluded that Husain al-Hussaini was somehow notified of my investigation and surveillance. That follows a troubling yet consistent pattern of the actions of certain subjects after updates to federal authorities were confidentially provided.
Hussain al Hussaini would emerge again in 2007 in Quincy, MA, as he was arrested on a narcotics charge, and in 2009 for a public lewdness charge. In March 2011, Hussain al-Hussaini was arrested yet again for slashing a homeless man with a beer bottle, claiming himself to be homeless.
Following his 2011 arrest, the media descended upon Quincy and al-Hussaini, only to again parrot the official account of federal agencies during the Oklahoma City bombing investigation. “There is no John Doe #2,” despite the facts that went largely unreported a few years earlier.
To understand the depth of the lie, however, we must briefly dial back to June of 2005. Earlier that year, Congressman Dana Rohrabacher promised to hold congressional hearings on the Oklahoma City bombing.
In the event you missed the news, Congressman Dana Rohrabacher traveled to the Supermax prison in Colorado on June 27, 2005, for a three-and-a-half hour interview with Terry Nichols. The congressman was provided a list of pertinent questions to ask Nichols by author Jayna Davis, which was also provided to this investigator.
Immediately after the interview and before leaving Colorado, Congressman Rohrabacher contacted Ms. Davis by telephone to inform her of the results of his interview. For the purposes of accuracy, she recorded the telephone conversation, and furnished an audio file to this investigator (which remains in an off-premises vault). The bottom line… Nichols did not deny the involvement of Middle Eastern actors, and admitted to him that “Jayna Davis ‘theory’ could be correct.” Correct indeed.
Despite this admission to a sitting U.S. Congressman who promised congressional hearings on the bombing in an extended jailhouse interview, the information went no further as I predicted in a report dated June 27, 2005. A decade later, sadly, we are no further in achieving justice for the dead, the wounded and their families.
Instead, we are bearing witness to an expanded infiltration of Muslim “refugees” under the current Obama regime, the redefinition of who poses the greatest terror threat to our nation, and an elite class of ruling elite refusing to seek justice for the dead and their families.
It is my belief, based on additional investigation into the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building on April 19, 1995, that very little, except for the death and destruction, is what it appears to be. Having personally looked into the soulless eyes of the Iraqi soldiers who were working at Boston Logan on September 11, 2001, and continuing to live freely inside our borders, it is clear that something is very wrong. The evil transcends political parties and presidents, permeates within our executive, legislative and judicial branches, and is fanatically embraced by the fourth estate.