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(documentary) "Waco: The Rules of Engagement" (Part 6/6)

"The 51-day FBI siege of the Mount Carmel compound and its Branch Davidian inhabitants in Waco, Texas, began Feb. 28, 1993, with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms raiding it for illegal possession of firearms and explosives. And it ended April 19, 1993, when shots were fired and the compound burned to the ground, killing close to 80 Davidians, including about 20 children. Many Americans were glued to their television sets watching the compound, and the Davidians that lived there, burn to the ground.

Even after 10 years, the FBI maintains they didn't shoot a single shot, but Sommer tries to dispute that fact in her documentary.

One researcher on the project, Mike McNulty, found FLIR (forward looking infrared) footage, which measures thermal energy that can't be detected by the human eye, that showed gunfire going into the Davidian church, which raised the question: "Was th

Added: Nov-11-2007 
By: lasrever
Tags: waco, the rules of engagement, rules of engagement, rules, engagement
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