OKC Inside Job

Deadline Live: Jack Blood Interviews a 9/11 Survivor and OKC Survivors Simultaneously, On Anniversary of OKC Bombing 4/19/2010

Jack Blood of "Deadline Live," brings together the survivors of two different government-sponsored false flag events in a conference call / interview to discuss the similarities of those events - most glaringly of course, the tragedy of losing family members to the machinations of government turned rogue.

9/11 family member Bob McIlvaine, whose son Bobby was killed on 9/11, is accompanied by OKC survivor V.Z. Lawton, and Jannie Coverdale who lost her two grandsons Aaron and Elijah in the Oklahoma City Bombing on Apiril 19, 1995.

The interview is in hour two of the April 19 2010 broadcast. Hour one consists of a tribute to the victims of Waco, The Oklahoma Bombing and 911 Family Members. The alphabet agency directed massacre at Waco of course happened on this same day. Audio clips from the film, "Waco, the Big Lie" are played.

Waco, the Big Lie: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=573761538341962905#

http://www.americanfreedomradio.com/archive/Jack-Blood-32k-041910.mp3

http://www.americanfreedomradio.com/

http://www.deadlinelive.info

Feds must release file on Utah lawyer's sibling

Feds must release file on Utah lawyer's sibling
By Geoffrey Fattah

Deseret News
Published: Friday, April 11, 2008 1:05 a.m. MDT

A federal judge has ordered attorneys for the U.S. Department of Justice to hand over a report on the death of a Salt Lake attorney's brother by May 1 or face contempt of court action.

During a hearing Thursday, U.S. District Judge Ted Stewart noted that the Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals had found attorney Jesse Trentadue had a right to a copy of a report looking into the death of his brother at a federal facility in Oklahoma City in August 1995. Stewart also noted that the federal government had until April 10 to turn over the document.

An attorney for DOJ told the court that clearance was needed from headquarters in Washington, D.C., before releasing the document and that may take an additional three weeks. Stewart said the government knew about the order for quite some time and, in a rare move, ordered DOJ to supply Trentadue with the report by May 1 or face contempt charges.