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Could they end the reign of Obama?
Could the tragic events of Waco in 1993 bring down the president and the Democratic machine after 20 years? Mike McNulty, producer of the Emmy Award winning, Academy Award nominated documentary “Waco: Rules of Engagement” and its follow-up films, “Waco, A New Revelation” and “The FLIR Project,” believes it could. McNulty says that the close ties between the Waco atrocity and members of the Obama administration – including Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder and powerful congressional Democrats – could unravel the administration and the entire Washington Democratic power structure.
McNulty insists that Hillary Clinton in particular was deeply involved in the Waco debacle and in the multiple cover-ups that followed, and that criminal prosecutions could be brought against her and others. “There’s no statute of limitations on murder,” says McNulty.
That’s a pretty dramatic allegation, but McNulty says he believes that’s where the evidence leads, and no one knows the evidence of the Waco tragedy better than McNulty. He and his experts were given unprecedented access to the Waco files and evidence locker during the making of the documentaries, and they carefully cataloged what they found – including items that were incorrectly identified in the records.
McNulty is no wild-eyed conspiracy theorist, either. As a matter of fact, he was credited with debunking a number of claims made by earlier documentarians who distorted the evidence to fit their own anti-government agendas. McNulty and his team went to extreme lengths to verify every detail and validate each assertion they have made regarding the event, and there is much damning evidence that is totally irrefutable. Actions of the government after the violent conclusion of the Waco siege, while not conclusive proof of wrongdoing, strongly suggest an organized, intentional effort to obscure and conceal the facts of the case. Failure to follow standard investigative procedures, failure to protect the scene or collect certain significant evidence, loss of important evidence and destruction of evidence, along with multiple incidences of conflicting statements – including statements under oath – from various government officials, with no formal follow-up, resolution, or consequences, go well beyond simple incompetence and in many cases are clearly criminal.
The fact that so many of those responsible for directing the operation and its aftermath are still power-players in Washington means that revelation of the truth of Waco could have devastating effects on the current power structure. Just the role of Obama’s close friend, Attorney General Eric Holder, in demonizing the Waco survivors and leading the official cover-up – especially when aggregated with his more recent scandals – should end his career and the careers of several of his closest allies, and would disgrace the entire administration.
Hillary Clinton’s role in the assault on the Davidian campus and its subsequent cover-up has never been fully disclosed. McNulty says that his information indicates that Mrs. Clinton was not only involved, but in command, directing the FBI’s actions from the White House and leading the subsequent cover-up. The Texas Rangers have said that their objections to the destruction of the Waco evidence were squelched directly by the White House.
When Clinton’s close friend and former law partner, Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster, was found dead, his widow told FBI investigators that she believed “Foster was horrified when the Branch Davidian complex burned,” and that “Foster believed that everything was his fault.”
Somehow Mrs. Foster’s statement to the FBI has been almost totally overlooked by the media – and even by most of those insisting that his death was murder. The obvious question that never seems to have been asked is, why would Vince Foster, whose primary role in the White House was to support and protect the Clintons, feel responsible for the deaths at Waco?
At the time of Foster’s death, the FBI ordered that his office be sealed as part of its standard homicide investigation, but multiple people reported that at least two boxes of files were removed from Foster’s office at the direction of the first lady’s chief of staff and taken to the residence area of the White House. Those files were never recovered, and their removal from Foster’s office was never officially investigated.
If the ghosts of Waco were to come home to roost, they would be sitting on the shoulders of some of Obama’s closest friends and allies in Congress and the administration, and the repercussions of Americans learning the truth of the tragedy could be the key to bringing down the whole house of cards.
McNulty has recently released a 20th Anniversary DVD twin-pack containing both “Waco, A New Revelation” and “The FLIR Project,” and he’s actively searching for financial backing to make a follow-up documentary chasing down the lost evidence and exposing details of the extensive government cover-up that followed the tragedy. If he can secure the funding, and he can survive the investigation and production, McNulty believes he can finally bring about some accountability for the atrocity.