‘Third Terrorist’ passes Clinton on Amazon

By WND Staff

WND Books’ “The Third Terrorist: The Middle Eastern Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing,” by Jayna Davis, edged ahead of President Clinton’s memoir “My Life” on Amazon.com’s sales list to No. 9.


In her engaging book, Davis lays out
a disturbing scenario of law-enforcement failures under the Clinton administration and suggests the Sept. 11 attacks possibly could have been prevented if evidence of an Iraqi and al-Qaida link to OKC had been pursued.

“The Third Terrorist” offers a compelling body of evidence that illustrates how Iraqi intelligence agents infiltrated the United States to recruit and assist executed murderer Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols in the April 19, 1995, bombing – evidence the FBI refused to receive from Davis and investigate in 1997. Among the many revelations are court records that suggest one of McVeigh’s and Nichols’s accused Middle Eastern handlers had foreknowledge of the 9-11 plot.

As WorldNetDaily reported, at a 9-11 Commission hearing this month, former FBI Director Louis Freeh was asked about Davis’ book and whether or not he lent credibility to a theory that Iraq was involved in the OKC bombing.

Davis noted Freeh was careful to say he knew of no other “credible source,” instead of dismissing the premise of the book outright.

In an interview with WND in October 2001, attorney David Schippers, who prosecuted the House of Representatives’ impeachment case against Bill Clinton, said his examination of the evidence Davis presented him was conclusive.

“I am thoroughly convinced that there was a dead-bang Middle Eastern connection in the Oklahoma City bombing,” he said.

Commented R. James Woolsey, director of central intelligence, from 1993-1995: “This fascinating product of Jayna Davis’ thorough and dogged investigative reporting effectively shifts the burden of proof to those who would still contend that McVeigh and Nichols executed the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing without the support of a group or groups from the Middle East.”

“The Third Terrorist” is available at ShopNetDaily at a price lower than Amazon’s. Plus, when you buy Davis’ book, you are eligible to receive three free issues of WND’s acclaimed offline magazine, Whistleblower.