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Lest We Forget – Lessons From The 1993 Waco Tragedy

Sean245 Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 12:34 PM
“…never again might we witness power run so tragically amuck.” And pray we must because nothing has changed since Waco, in fact Federal power is greater now. Congress held hearings, many grandstanded and pontificated yet nothing came of it and Clinton was re-elected. Has any of these Congressional show trials ever led to anyone in government being punished for anything? Boy you sure showed those doping baseball players a thing or two though.
talltexanoilfieldtrash Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 5:09 PM
Don't forget a bicycle rider who was doping. How about a woman shot, while holding a child, in Ruby Ridge? Real justice, ya think?

Twenty years ago, on February 28th 1993, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) launched an assault on the Branch Davidian religious compound just outside Waco, Texas. The resulting siege ended more than seven weeks later, on April 19, but not before claiming the lives of 80 men, women and children -- many burned to death in the final inferno that destroyed the compound.

Even today, videos of the burning buildings remain vivid reminders of an assault gone horribly wrong, from start to finish; and, lessons from what has become known as the “Waco Tragedy” should be borne...