OT - Waco. Reno seizes evidence from FBI. BTW, OT!

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Reno Orders Marshals to Seize Waco Evidence From FBI

(CNSNews.com) - Upon learning that the FBI has unearthed new evidence in the 1993 Branch Davidian fire, Attorney General Janet Reno ordered federal marshals to enter the FBI headquarters in Washington, DC, and seize the material, which includes the audio portion of a videotape shot from a surveillance aircraft the day the Waco compound caught fire. According to multiple news agencies, the tape contains portions of a conversation between team members and their superiors in which permission to use incendiary devices against the compound is granted. The extraordinary development in the case has served to heighten tensions between the Justice Department and the FBI, which have been at loggerheads over the case since last week's admission that incendiary devices had been used during the siege.

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The above news, taken in context with the level of law enfourcement we have seen from Clintons justice Dept. under Reno, is very disturbing.

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