Threats, intimidation, and murder: the silencing OKC Bombing witnesses

OKC bombing witness speaks out

In a groundbreaking interview, Infowars Nighly News host Rob Dew speaks with Don Browning, a K9 unit police officer for OKC, and Holland Van den Nieuwenhof, writer & producer for already classic exposé ‘A Noble Lie’. Browning, who found many living and dead in the rubble of the Murrah Federal Building, discusses how he received thinly-veiled threats from the feds after he began asking questions about the inconsistencies he witnessed in part of a continuing series of interviews re-examining the official lies of the Oklahoma City Bombing, which paved the way for 9/11 and false flag events yet to come.    

See more at:  http://www.brasschecktv.com/videos/the-war-on-terror-is-a-fraud/threats-intimidation

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One Response to Threats, intimidation, and murder: the silencing OKC Bombing witnesses

  1. cathie says:

    I for one, never believed the story we were given that McVeigh and Nichols were responsible for the OK bombing in 1995. Nor that this bombing was caused by two individuals. Who was responsible, I don’t know. I do believe there is a cover-up.

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