Returning to the show is my special guest author Craig Roberts who discusses his research into the Oklahoma City Bombing that killed 168 people.
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Craig Roberts was the only Tulsa, Oklahoma, police officer who was assigned to the tragic Oklahoma City bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in April of 1995. At first he was assigned to assist the FBI in the case, but after seeing what really went on behind the scenes, and how the case was being politically motivated, and the real reasons for the bombing, Roberts decided to do his own investigation aside from the "official" version. After months of work, working with a few other individuals who were determined to get to the real facts of the case, the end result was Roberts building case files that filled four file boxes. This book exposes the real John Doe 2s and others that the US Government refuses to acknowledge exists, and the real reasons the Murrah Building was bombed--and by who. Anyone who thinks that McVeigh and Nichols acted by themselves also must believe that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone shooter in the JFK assassination. This book follows the author's first expose of government coverups, "The Medusa File: Crimes and Coverups of the U.S. Government." Journey through the maze of lies, falsifications, and misdirections of the case in the chapters that expose details left out by the media. The Oklahoma City bombing case is a mystery, wrapped up in a puzzle, inside an enigma. The Medusa File II takes the reader beyond the curtain and the media smoke screen with a demand that now justice be done for the 168 victims of the horrible event.
I am a warrior. All of my life I have fought for what is right. In 1964 I joined the U.S. Marines to fight in Vietnam. A year later I found myself wading steaming rice paddies, slogging up rugged mountains and hacking through dark jungles in the I Corps area of South Vietnam. After serving a year in combat as an infantryman and Marine sniper, I was med-evaced out of country to spend the next six months in the U.S. Naval Hospital at Balboa, San Diego, recuperating from combat wounds and tropical diseases.
In 1969 I joined the Tulsa Police Department. For the next 26 years I would serve in assignments that included Patrol Division, Fugitive Warrants Squad, Bomb Squad, Tactical Squad (SWAT), plain clothes assignments, and for the last fourteen years, police helicopter pilot and maintenance officer for the Air Support Unit. I retired in April, 1996 to pursue a career in investigative journalism.
My discharge from the Marines in 1968 did not end my military career. In 1972 I enlisted in a reconnaissance platoon in the Army National Guard, was commissioned a second lieutenant in 1975, then served in the following capacities in a 27 year career in both the National Guard and the Army Reserve: rifle platoon leader, executive officer, tactical officer (Officer's Candidate School), detachment commander, infantry company commander, NCO school commandant, battalion staff officer, and finally, attachment to an F-16 fighter wing as Ground Liaison Officer (GLO) working in the Intelligence Section. I retired in 1999 with 30 years service (active and reserve) as a Lieutenant Colonel.