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WESLEY CLARK AND WACO

Submitted by Paul Keepshorse
Through Sartre's BATR Yahoo Group
Jan. 24, 2004

Clark: Waco

Indeed. What DID it take to kill 82 men, women, and children at WACO? Well, for starters:

Here is the list of US military personnel and equipment that the US Justice Department admits were used at Mt. Carmel: "Military Personnel and Equipment:

  • Active Duty Personnel - 15
  • Texas National Guard Personnel - 13
  • Track vehicles Bradley fighting vehicle (OMZ) - 9
  • Combat Engineer Vehicle (M728) - 5
  • Tank Retrieval vehicle (M88) - 1
  • Abrams Tanks (M1A1) - 2

Source: Department of the Treasury, Report of the Department of the Treasury on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Investigation of Vernon Wayne Howell also known as David Koresh, U.S. Government Printing Office, September 1993

"The operation required mustering approximately a hundred agents (flown in from sites around the country), and who ***received military training*** at Ft. Hood. They traveled in a convoy of sixty vehicles and were supported by three National Guard helicopters and one fixed-wing aircraft, ***with armored vehicles in reserve***."(Archived)"

Where did the US military personnel and equipment used at WACO come from?

Fort Hood, Texas

Who was in command at Fort Hood?

General Wesley Clark

So the question to be asked General Clark is: what exactly was your role, General, in the planning and training for the military attack upon the 82 men, women and children at WACO which resulted in their horrible deaths as the complex went up in flames after being under siege for over 50 days?

Before we vote to determine whether you should be President of the United States, we want to hear a complete answer to this question!

This is a most serious question - one that IS NOT being asked - and it must be!

The massacre at WACO was one of the worst atrocities that has ever occurred in our country. It was followed by a massive coverup and a phony investigation, but many of us have clear memories of what transpired there. Justice must be served.


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