Jesse Trentadue, attorney and brother of Kenneth Trentadue (who was probably tortured and killed by FBI agents mistaking him for Richard Lee Guthrie – a.k.a. John Doe No. 2 – in the wake of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing), discusses the new book Oklahoma City: What the Investigation Missed-and Why It Still Matters by Andrew Gumbel and Roger Charles; the June 15th court deadline for the FBI to explain why the Murrah Building surveillance tapes are missing; allegations that FBI agents tried to sell the tapes in 1995 – which is why LA Times reporters were able to see two men, Timothy McVeigh and John Doe 2, exit the Ryder truck; the FBI’s PATCON program of infiltrating and probably provoking the radical right; how the FBI’s media informants help kill stories and manage the news cycle; and the lack of Congressional hearings on the single largest terrorist attack in US history (in 1995).
Jesse Trentadue, attorney and brother of Kenneth Trentadue (who was probably tortured and killed by FBI agents mistaking him for Richard Lee Guthrie – a.k.a. John Doe No. 2 – in the wake of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing), discusses Attorney General Eric Holder’s role (as Deputy AG during the Clinton administration) in quashing Senator Orrin Hatch’s planned hearing on Kenneth’s death; the foreknowledge of the Oklahoma City bombing by the FBI and DOJ; the FBI’s “Patriot Conspiracy” (PATCON) program, created to infiltrate right wing extremist groups and incite – rather than prevent – violent attacks; and PATCON’s involvement in Ruby Ridge, Waco and OKC.
Today on Antiwar radio with Scott Horton:
April 19 is an important day in history. Three of the most important events that occurred on April 19 are:
- On April 19, 1775 – The battles of Lexington and Concord marked the start of Revolutionary War
- On April 19, 1993 – 76 people were murdered at the Waco compound by agents of the FBI and ATF
- On April 19, 1995 – 168 people died in the Oklahoma City bombing
On hand to discuss each of these will be:
Jesse Trentadue, who will be on to discuss the Oklahoma City Bombing and the murder of his brother in federal custody.
Bio: Jesse Trentadue is the brother ofÂ Kenneth Michael Trentadue, an Oklahoma man who died in federal custody during the investigation of the Oklahoma City Bombing. He is a lawyer withÂ Suitter Axland, PLLC, who lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Tom Woods will be on to discuss the battles of Lexington and Concrod and the start of the Revolutionary War.
Bio: Thomas E. Woods, Jr., is a senior fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. He is the author of eleven books, most recentlyÂ Rollback: Repealing Big Government Before the Coming Fiscal CollapseÂ andÂ Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century.
Woodsâ€™ writing has appeared in dozens of popular and scholarly periodicals, including theAmerican Historical Review, theÂ Christian Science Monitor,Â Investorâ€™s Business Daily,Catholic Historical Review,Â Modern Age,Â American Studies,Â Intercollegiate Review,Â Catholic Social Science Review,Â Economic AffairsÂ (U.K.), andÂ Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics. His Web site is:Â http://www.tomwoods.com/
Anthony Gregory will be on to talk about Waco and his latest piece: From Waco to Libya: 18 Years of Humanitarian Mass Murder.
Bio: AnthonyÂ GregoryÂ is a research analyst at the Independent Institute, Editor in Chief of Campaign for Liberty, moderator of the Beacon, policy adviser to the Future of Freedom Foundation and columnist for LewRockwell.com. He guest edits Strike the Root.
His writing has appeared in such places as the Christian Science Monitor San Diego Union Tribune, Antiwar.com, the Journal of Libertarian Studies, Counterpunch, the American Conservative, Liberty Magazine, the Mises Institute blog, the Stress Blog, The Libertarian Enterprise and Liberty and Power, as well as in textbooks, journals and other outlets, and has been translated in several languages.
He wrote for Michael Badnarik’s 2004 campaign. He got his B.A. in history at UC Berkeley in 2003, where he wrote his thesis on the 1993 Waco disaster.
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Jesse Trentadue discusses the journey from investigating his brotherâ€™s â€śsuicideâ€ť in federal custody to finding the truth about the Oklahoma City bombing, a recent court setback on FOIA requests that nevertheless revealed CIA involvement in the prosecutions of Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols, why the FBI must have had foreknowledge of the bombing, security video of the Murrah Building that is suspiciously edited or withheld, current Attorney General Eric Holderâ€™s personal involvement in blocking investigations of Kennethâ€™s death in 1995 and how the OKC bombing is used by Democrats to browbeat militia groups and score political points.
Jesse Trentadue and Will Grigg 11-1 95.9 in Austin or stream from KAOSRadioAustin.org.
Jesse Trentadue discusses the the events surrounding the 1995 murder of his brother while in federal custody in Oklahoma City and the connection to the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, the Elohim City paramilitary camp sting operation run by the FBI and Southern Poverty Law Center, foreknowledge of FBI agents and complicity of FBI informants in the bombing, the ongoing court battles with the U.S. government over FOIA requests and civil lawsuits and the involvement of Obamaâ€™s appointed attorney general Eric Holder in the coverup of Kennyâ€™s murder.