WACO infrared re-enactment coverup in advance-no press

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---feds appear to think that the reenactment for the trial should be hidden from the press, any media at all, and even the plaintiffs? Is this so? national security bravo sierra, or hide the skeletons some more? Only de feds know, because you mr and miz taxpayer aren't trusted to see for yourself, YOU are a "security risk"-read and ponder

-- zog (zzoggy@yahoo.com), February 15, 2000


The technology they're going to test in that reenactment isn't exactly brand new -- if it is what I think it is, it's been used on various platforms basically since Nam.

It might yank a few folks into reality to realize how effective that stuff, even the fairly recent stuff, really is.

And you thought that that Guard Huey you saw flying back and forth over the neighborhood was just practicing instrument flying, huh?

Yes, the Brits could have requested nondisclosure due to national security. If the Iron Lady was still PM, I might believe it. Not with that slick willy wannabe in charge.

-- redeye in ohio (not@work.com), February 16, 2000.

Zog, Did yer time?

-- usmc, :) (yes,was there@ wishiwerenot.com), February 16, 2000.

-USMC, No, if you mean have I been in the military. I considered it and wanted it for a career, and was actively working towards that goal-an academy, the whole nine years, until what was happening in the world became apparent to me that it wasn't jiving with what I read of history, the constitution, laws, etc. So, nope. Told 'em to go pound sand in a 7 page legalesque brief, wish I had made a copy to look at now.

I am still in the lawful unorganized milita,and I take that as serious, and if ever needed, we get invaded or congress declares war, I will be there, even if I have to hobble to the front with a walker and a small boy totin the ole 12 bore for me!

-- zog (zzoggy@yahoo.com), February 16, 2000.

So, you were a draft dodger? Ever turn yourself in?

-- insight please (comeon@tellthetruth.org), February 17, 2000.

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