Remember This – A Waco Survivor Describes What Really Happened (1999)

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A Waco Survivor describes What Really Happened (1999)

Published 17 jun. 2016

The Waco Siege was A Siege of A Compound Belonging to the Religious Group Branch Davidians by American Federal and Texas State Law Enforcement and US Military between February 28 and April 19, 1993.
About the Book

The Branch Davidians, A Sect that Separated in 1955 from the Seventh Day Adventist Church, was led by David Koresh and lived at Mount Carmel Center Ranch in the Community of Elk, Texas, Nine Miles, 14 Kilometers, East North East of Waco. The Group was Suspected of Weapons Violations, causing A Search and Arrest Warrant to be obtained by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).

The Incident began when the ATF Attempted to Raid the Ranch. An Intense Gun Battle Erupted, Resulting in the Deaths of Four Government Agents and Six Branch Davidians. Upon the ATF’s Failure to Raid the Compound, A Siege was Initiated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Standoff Lasting 51 Days. Eventually, the FBI Launched an Assault and Initiated A Tear Gas Attack in an Attempt to Force the Branch Davidians Out of the Ranch. During the Attack, A Fire Engulfed Mount Carmel Center. 76 People died, Including David Koresh.

Much Dispute remains as to the Actual Events of the Siege. A Particular Controversy Ensued over the Origin of the Fire, A Government Investigation concluded in 2000 that Sect Members Themselves had Started the Fire. The Events near Waco, and the Siege at Ruby Ridge Less than 12 Months Earlier were Both Cited as the Primary Motivations behind the Oklahoma City Bombing that took Place Exactly Two Years Later. Siege


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