Monday, May 17, 2010

okc bombing & the murder of sgt. terrance yeakey

okc bombing & the murder of sgt. terrance yeakeyfrom we are change oklahoma: What did Sgt. Terrance Yeakey know? This short film will give you a glimpse into the mystery of the brutal torture-murder of Sgt. Terrance Yeakey and address several of the unanswered questions that exist surrounding the horrific circumstances of his passing on May 8, 1996. Sgt. Yeakey is remembered as a loving husband, father, brother and son and highly respected 7 year veteran of the Oklahoma City Police Department.

update: key okc bombing witness fears for life

4 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Alex Jones interviewed a death row inmate that spoke with Timothy McVeigh about McVeigh's handlers, motives, etc. He also contends that McVeigh was not executed. Forget the guy's name but it was on Alex's Friday show. There is a LOT more to OKC that we are being told.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, Friday, May 14, 2010 show, just to clarify...

Anonymous said...

I am from Oklahoma City and didn't even know about this until I ran across an article on the internet a couple of years ago, thirteen years after the OKC bombing. His 'suicide' might have been on the news back then, but I certainly don't rememeber it if it was. But what I do remember is how the 'news stories' on the bombing kept changing from hour to hour and in the weeks to follow. I recall thinking how odd it was and as much as I wanted to believe that the right guy had been taken into custody that day, I never did and will always believe that we have been lied to and am so sorry the Terrance Yeagey had to die because of those lies. May God Bless his family and may Officer Yeagey rest in peace.

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