Interview 509 - Roger G. Charles on What the OKC Investigation Missed

05/04/20121 Comment

Veteran investigative journalist Roger G. Charles joins us to discuss the new book which he has co-authored, Oklahoma City: What the Investigation Missed and Why It Still Matters. We investigate some of the anomalies, discrepancies and holes in the official account of the OKC bombing, including the bombing itself, the role of Andreas Strassmeier at Elohim City, the numerous forewarnings, and much more.

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  1. andy_spoo says:

    The information contained in this video might have seemed correct at the time, but their is a lot missing which we now have the information to.
    This info comes via Cody Snodgres. His book is here =

    Before I start, I’d just like to inform James that Cody can be contacted, if you wish to speak to him direct, via Ole Dammagard. His website =

    Ole has received the ‘Prague Peace Prize’ for his work.
    Cody was an asset, trained in explosives, and one of the people who did CIA drug shipping work. He was a friend of Timothy McVeigh and personally knew his sister.

    *** Cody was offered the job of blowing up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building ***, but refused to do it, as he wasn’t happy with blowing up a federal building. Cody can explain, because of his training, why a fertiliser explosive could NEVER have brought that building down.

    The reason why they wanted the building blown up? Because they had just conveniently put thousands of documents retaliating to ‘Gulf War Syndrome’ chemical and biological documents, which would have allowed millions if not billions of $$$ to be claimed by ex service men (vets). The payout would have been so high, because they found that vets DNA had been altered, which would have been passed on to future generations.

    James, at the very least, needs to speak to Ole about this incident. Ole pretty much has the same world view as James. A great conversation would be had!

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