Coming Soon: The Branch Davidians: In Their Own Words

The Branch Davidians: In Their Own Words (Trailer)

In 1993, Mack White worked with friend Richard Mosley on the historic documentary “Day 51: The True Story of Waco.” Now, 23 years later, a sequel has been produced, “The Branch Davidians: In Their Own Words,” using previously unseen footage from hours of interviews. Below is the trailer. Also, coming soon, a newly restored, high-quality, definitive Final Cut of “Day 51.” More information as the project proceeds …

 

Published on Jan 14, 2016

Trailer for “The Branch Davidians: In Their Own Words.” Previously unseen interviews with the surviving Davidians, including David Thibodeau, Clive Doyle, Sheila Martin, Bonnie Haldeman (David Koresh’s mother), and others. A new release from the producer of the historic 1994 documentary “Day 51: The True Story of Waco.” Coming Soon …

 

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"In Their Own Words" – The New Documentary from Director Richard Mosley

Coming Soon!

A New Documentary from Archival Interview Footage of the Surviving Branch Davidians.

“IN THEIR OWN WORDS”

From the Creator of

“DAY 51 – THE TRUE STORY OF WACO”

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WACO, One Year Later by Mack White

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Scott Horton's Waco Interviews

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Day 51 in 8 parts on YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/p/541417A788C3A7C9&hl=en_US&fs=1

Playlist location at youtube.com

DAY 51 dot net is the ONLY Official, Authorized, Definitive, Final Cut Source for Day 51: The True Story of Waco.”

DAY 51 was one of the earliest documentaries covering the terrible events perpetrated against the men, women and children of the Branch Davidian community.

This site hopes to serve as an expanding Memorial Site and Informational Resource.

We will soon be offering the Best Quality, Definitive, Authorized, Final Cut of the film available anywhere for distribution, produced by the true creators of the film, producer Richard Mosley and associate producer Jim Bentley.

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The Davidian Massacre – eBook Online

THE DAVIDIAN MASSACRE
Disturbing Questions about Waco which Must Be Answered

© 1995 Carol Moore

Index of Links to Full Text of Each Chapter

Order the Book

Preface

List of Davidian Victims

1.      Why the BATF and the FBI Massacred the Branch Davidians

2.       The BATF’s Flawed Investigation

3.       The BATF’s Ruthless Raid Plan

4.       The BATF Initiated Violent Raid

5.       The BATF Actions Led to Ten Deaths

6.       The BATF and Treasury Department Coverups

7.       FBI Imposed Militaristic Siege

8.       FBI Sabotaged Negotiations

9.       FBI Tricked Attorney General Into Approving Gas and Tank Assault

10.     FBI’s April 19th Gas and Tank Attack

11.     FBI Tank Attacks Led to Fire and Death

12.     The FBI-Justice Department-White House Coverup

13.     Congressional Hearings Continued the Coverup

The Davidian Massacre was published as a mass market paperback by Gun Owners Foundation and Legacy Communications in October, 1995.  Copyright 1995 Carol Moore ISBN 1-880692-22-8 Not for redistribution on the internet or other media without explicit permission.

To see many of the photographs and graphics in the book, plus various others, click here.
This electronic version does not contain some stylistic changes made by the editor; other grammatical and punctuation changes have been made.  Corrections, additions, comments and updates will be made in the near future and clearly identified by italics and other notations. Some links to other pages also will be included.
For book ordering information click here.
For five years of updates on Waco, as well as information about Committee for Waco Justice activities, click here.

The Davidian Massacre – Book Index.

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David T. Hardy's Waco FOIA suit, "This Is Not An Assault" book and audio interview with Scott Horton

David T. Hardy, author of This Is Not an Assault: Penetrating the Web of Official Lies Regarding the Waco Incident, discusses the regular practice of federal law enforcement agencies conducting headline-grabbing raids just before Congressional appropriations, the scandal-plagued ATF’s attempt to get back in the Clinton government’s good graces by cracking down on right-wing groups, how ATF “undercover” agents – just nine days before the assault began – were granted access to the Branch Davidian compound and test-fired weapons with David Koresh, the FBI’s attempts to humiliate and provoke a violent response from the Davidians, how FOIA requests have reclaimed some of the reams of missing evidence, how Janet Reno was apparently lied to and manipulated into approving an escalation of force, the lethal effects of highly concentrated CS gas and the infrared footage that shows gunfire was indeed coming from FBI positions surrounding the compound.

 Via ScottHortonShow.com

Listen to Scott Horton Interview David T. Hardy:

 

The Following is via Archive.org as the site appears to have vanished…

Waco Feb 28-April 19, 1993

Five Year Freedom of Information lawsuit yields new evidence–

Videotapes, audiotapes, planning documents. But first, a few late-breaking

(hey, this page has been here for years) highlights:

(1) For a preview of my new book, “This Is Not An Assault,” click here.

(2) A brief word about the author. Ignore it if you want to assess the evidence. Take a look if you’re concerned about whether the author is an anarcho-fascist who sleeps in camoflage pajamas and believes that the meaning of the Constitution can only be determined with his secret decoder ring. (Decoder rings available for $10 plus S&H)

(3) A discussion of the continuing FLIR (forward looking infrared) controversy, over whether the FLIR videotapes indicate FBI agents may have shot on the day of the fire.

(3) A roster of the extensive military aid (never mind the Posse Comitatus Act) given at Waco — everything from barbed wire to battlefield robots. Not just the ATF raid, but the entire FBI siege were funded out of “War on Drugs” monies — until the military figured out the ruse, months later, pointed out that FBI had violated two statutes, and demanded reibursement.

(4) For the latest revelation from ATF–a taped conversation between the wounded Koresh and ATF agent Cavanaugh, at the end of the gunbattle, in which Koresh says he “really liked” the ATF agent who investigated him, and had “always loved law enforcement, ‘cuz y’all guys risk your lives every day.” click here.

(5) Another new page: click here for a discussion of how high the responsibility really went on April 19, 1993.

The 1993 incident outside Waco, Texas, was the bloodiest encounter in the history of Federal law enforcement. By its end in the fire of April 19, nearly a ninety civilians and four law enforcement agents were dead.

The incident originated in an attempt by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to serve search and arrest warrants on a building, known to its residents as Mount Carmel, located in a rural area a few miles outside of Waco, Texas. The operation required mustering appoximately a hundred agents (flown in from sites around the country), and who received military training at Ft. Hood. They travelled in a convoy of sixty vehicles and were supported by three National Guard helicopters and one fixed-wing aircraft, with armored vehicles in reserve.

The official explanation is that the raid was intended to gather evidence in support of suspicion that the residents of Mount Carmel (members of the Branch Davidians, an offshoot of Seventh-Day Adventism), possessed machineguns without the required licenses and tax, and that nothing but overwhelming military force would enable he arrest of their leader, David Koresh, and a search of the residence.

The official version is undercut by BATF’s concession that, when informed of the investigation, Koresh invited agents to come over, look at the firearms, and take any that they might feel were questionable. It is also undercut by a rather embarassing event. Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, we now know how ATF undercover agents investigating the case spent February 19, 1993–nine days before the raid.

They went shooting with David Koresh. He provided the ammunition, and they handed him their guns. No, I am not jesting. And yes, he knew they were agents. Click here for their report.

Even a well-heeled agency does not divert a hundred agents with air support to investigate a single and rather small case–particularly not if a simple audit could resolve the matter.

A different, and less acceptable, motivation appears most likely. At the Federal level, law enforcement operations center upon the annual appropriation process. Anyone who has worked with such an agency (as I did, for nine years) knows that they try to schedule a “showcase” operation, one which will garner national coverage, just before their House Appropriations cycle begins. An agency director loves to begin the hearings with “Typical of the dangerous work undertaken by our agents is ….” Such a showcase move is usually given a suitably dramatic and military-sounding name.

The codename for the Waco raid was “Operation Trojan Horse.” The code for its initiation was “Showtime.” The target date was less than two weeks before BATF’s House Appropriations hearings were scheduled. The team assigned included a Public Information Officer, who made sure to alert newspapers to stand by for a story that weekend. There would indeed be a story–four agents and six civilians would die to make it.

Waco FOIA suit and book “This Is Not Assault”.

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