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David Thibodeau rated it it was ok May 31, Kit Lange rated it it was amazing Nov 11, Jodi DiDomenico rated it did not like it Jan 28, Jeremy rated it it was amazing Apr 27, The official explanation is that the raid was intended to gather evidence in support of suspicion that the residents of Mount Carmel members of the Branch Davidians, an offshoot of Seventh-Day Adventism , possessed machineguns without the required licenses and tax, and that nothing but overwhelming military force would enable he arrest of their leader, David Koresh, and a search of the residence.

It is also undercut by a rather embarassing event.

Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, we now know how ATF undercover agents investigating the case spent February 19, —nine days before the raid. They went shooting with David Koresh. He provided the ammunition, and they handed him their guns. No, I am not jesting. And yes, he knew they were agents. Click here for their report.

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Even a well-heeled agency does not divert a hundred agents with air support to investigate a single and rather small case—particularly not if a simple audit could resolve the matter. A different, and less acceptable, motivation appears most likely.

At the Federal level, law enforcement operations center upon the annual appropriation process. The team assigned included a Public Information Officer, who made sure to alert newspapers to stand by for a story that weekend.


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    House of Representatives Hearings; 5. Dates range from to The Lee Hancock Collection spans , with the bulk of materials covering , , , and The collection is comprised of documents, clippings, videos, and other materials that Lee Hancock collected related to the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco, Texas in and subsequent events. Kopel and Paul H. As a journalist for the Dallas Morning News, Lee Hancock reported about the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco, Texas from the first day of the siege on February 28, until the fire on April 19,