Sunday, November 16, 2014

They'll Be Back: PATCON, Oklahoma City, and Jesse Trentadue's Lonely Crusade for Justice

Via LH

“His name used to be Don Jarrett,” long-time federal asset John Matthews told FBI Special Agent Adam Quirk during a July 9 phone call. Matthews was concerned that he would have to testify in a lawsuit filed by Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue seeking the release of long-concealed video tapes from the `1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Trentadue believes that the suppressed tapes would help identify “John Doe II,” a dark-haired, heavy-set man seen by dozens of people in the company of Timothy McVeigh on the day of the bombing.

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  1. I feel Trentadue's search for the truth will continue to be diverted. One guy on the
    net stated he had used Freedom of Information Act 10,000 times and numerous
    requests were "unable to locate", "destroyed", or "transferred to NARA." Still,
    hundreds of requests or still unanswered. ATF, which had an office in the building,
    did not show-up for work that day, no one did. Sounds like a 911 moment.

    1. "unable to locate", "destroyed", or "transferred to NARA."

      Oh, yes, smoke and mirrors as usual.