|This picture of the ambulance and armored personnel carrier at the Mt. Carmel Center was taken on February 28, 1993 and appeared in The Dallas Morning News the next day, March 1. The caption does not say when the photograph was taken, but the presence of the ambulance and the APC together indicates the APC was on the scene before the emergency vehicle left with its load of casualties.|
"If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's a duck." Operation Trojan Horse--the code name for the Waco operation--was planned and executed from beginning to end as a military action, not a civilian action.
That is, from February 28, 1993 to the final day on April 19, 1993, Operation Trojan Horse was a military action conducted with military or quasi-military personnel with military equipment serving a military purpose.
The Waco Tribune-Herald, March 1, 1993 also published a photograph of a military combat vehicle moving into Mt. Carmel on February 28, the day of the raid.
On April 21, two days after the inferno at the Mt. Carmel Center, an Air Force cargo plane transported the ATF agents from Waco. Thus we see that the civilian law enforcement facade in the Waco action was thick in rhetoric but thin in fact; from beginning to end, the US military presence was dominant.
|The words on the plane body tell it all.|