A Noble Lie, Oklahoma City Bombing
Feb 27 2012, 12:10 PM
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some old research i compiled (but never finished) related to the subject -
this article connects okc, 93 wtc, 9/11, and several other acts of "terrorism" to same origin:
-not sourced enough, but still a worthy read.
Dead Police Officer And
OKC Bombing Coverup
FBI Falsified Reports, Ignored Evidence
Won't Release Murrah Building Surveillance Tapes
Former Oklahoma State Rep. Charles Key ®, who spearheaded a major independent inquiry into the Oklahoma City bombing, was the guest on the April 15 broadcast of The SPOTLIGHT's weekly call-in talk forum, Radio Free America, with host Tom Valentine.
TV: There is evidence that the government had advance knowledge about a possible bomb attack on the Murrah building. There is also evidence about other unexploded bombs being taken out of the Murrah building. Is any of this perhaps related to the strange death (after the bombing)-supposedly a suicide-of Oklahoma City Police Officer Terrence Yeakey?
CK: We don't know whether Yeakey's death is connected to this, but his story is interesting in itself. Yeakey was one of the very first rescue workers on the scene. He knew a lot about the bombing, according to his wife, and was very concerned about things that he knew. He expressed this to his wife and mother, and his sisters and brother-in-law...
look into what ever became of key's investigation / evidence (does anyone know?):
Rep. Charles Key
State Capitol Bldg.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Committees: Criminal Justice, Education, Banking & Finance, Wildlife
House Of Representatives
March 12, 1997
Dear Concerned Citizen:
My name is Charles Key and I'd like to share some personal and inside information with you.
I'm an Oklahoma State Representative. I humbly ask you to spare a few minutes to read some things that you have probably never seen before on TV or read in the newspapers about some shocking events associated with the Oklahoma City bombing.
Regardless what city or state you're from, you will likely be affected more than you may ever know by that bombing and pending trials.
On April 19, 1995 when I heard the news (and literally heard the explosion) of the Murrah building I was dumbfounded.
the medical examiner:
Among the very first to arrive on the scene were Oklahoma City police officers, Terrance Yeakey, Gordon Martin and Ken Griffin, a number of Oklahoma City firefighters, Dr. H. Don Chumley, and General Services Administration planner Michael Lee Loudenslager.
Terrance Yeakey - Oklahoma City's Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Larry Balding, quickly ruled the death a 'suicide.'
The ME's field investigator, Jeffrey Legg, also reported that Yeakey "had been drinking heavily" the day before, based on statements made by OCPD Homicide Detective Dicus and Detective Mullinex.
Yet Terrance Yeakey didn't drink, and their own report concluded that there was no alcohol in the body at the time of death.
Dr. Larry Balding, who signed off on the Yeakey report is adamant. 'I can tell you unequivocally and without a doubt that there was no other ME report.' YET, another medical examiner's report - quickly redacted and hidden from public view - showed that Yeakey's face was bruised and swollen.
The funeral director reported that the cuts described by Dr. Larry Balding as superficial in the medical examiners report were so severe that they had to be sewn up to prevent leakage before the body could even be embalmed.
Sargeant Don Browning, a K9 unit police officer for OKC who himself pulled many living and dead out of the Murrah rubble that day, had the courage to testify before the Oklahoma County Grand Jury and stand up for Sargeant Terry Yeakey, stating that although the FBI and police chief Sam Gonzales had conspired with Oklahoma City's Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Larry Balding to to have Yeakey's death labled a suicide, Yeakey had actually been brutally murdered.
the medical examiner, dead:
Larry E. Balding, 59, was born on January 28, 1944 in Little Rock, Arkansas and died suddenly and unexpectedly on September 24, 2003 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He served his country in the United States Air Force from August 9, 1966 to November 16, 1970, and was discharged as a Captain. He graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Medicine in 1980 and later joined the Oklahoma State Medical Examiners Office on July 1, 1984. He had been a forensic pathologist and Deputy Medical Examiner in the Oklahoma City office for 19 years. Dr. Balding worked tirelessly for the public safety and public health of the citizens of Oklahoma. He was preceded in death by his mother Lucille T. Balding and father Eugene Victor Balding. He is survived by his wife, Cindy Balding; daughter, Susan Balding; uncle, Russell Balding and his wife Sara of Colorado; aunt Marima Fox and her husband John of California; numerous cousins; and a multitude of friends. Memorial gifts may be made to the Humane Society of your choice. Memorial Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, September 27, 2003 at Smith & Kernke Chapel, 14624 N. May Ave. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
Published in The Oklahoman on September 26, 2003
An inmate who later came forward and claimed he witnessed Trentadue being beaten to death by his interrogators was himself found hanging in a federal prison cell in 2000.
Yeakey is not the only suspicious death which has occurred due to the attempt to find answers about the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, and it is not the only one to be called a suicide; the strange and grisly torture/murder of Kenneth Trentadue being another. The suspicious death of Kenneth Trentadue at the Oklahoma City Federal Transfer Center in August 1995 would be ruled a suicide despite the opinion of the Dr. Frederick Jordan – the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner. [see: http://kennethtrentadue.com ]. After examining the body of this brother, it became clear to attorney Jesse Trentadue that his brother had been tortured and murdered. Jesse had received chilling information from Timothy McVeigh (convicted and executed for his role in the 1995 bombing) that his brother’s murder was related to the bombing and its subsequent (mis)investigation. Subsequently, Jesse began a quest to determine why exactly his brother had died, leading him to file many Freedom of Information Act Requests about the bombing and related matters. After filing a wrongful death lawsuit the Trentadue family was awarded $1.1 million dollars for emotional distress caused by the authorities mishandling of the death. On September 28, 2009, attorney Jesse Trentadue made national news when portions of surveillance tapes of the bombing were begrudgingly released by the FBI under the orders a federal judge.
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