III.
The Death Gallery

Introduction
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Directory of Exhibits


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Remains of a two year old Davidian child, Mt. Carmel Doe 51a, photographed on May 7, 1993 at the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's facility, just 18 days after alleged date of death. The remains have never been identified.

Introduction

Speaking before the May 1984 meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, forensic anthropologist Clyde Snow told the audience:

"Of all the forms of murder, none is more monstrous than that committed by a state against its own citizens … The homicidal state shares one trait with the solitary killer—like all murderers, it trips on its own egoism and drops a trail of clues which, when properly collected, preserved, and analyzed are as damning as a signed confession left in the grave."  (Quoted by Christopher Joyce and Eric Stover in Witnesses from the Grave, Pg. 217).

Snow used his anthropology skills to expose the atrocities committed by governments. 

State Terrorism is defined by Vocabulary.com thus:

"the calculated use of violence (or the threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political or religious or ideological in nature; this is done through intimidation or coercion or instilling fear"

The Waco Holocaust was a terrorist act, designed to create abject fear of the U.S. government in the minds of the citizens.

State terrorism is largely dependent on propaganda, and the laws of propaganda apply.  Not all segments of a population ("publics") will react the same way to the terrorist act.  While terrorizing large sections of the public into acceptance and inaction, the government must also neutralize opposition.  This is done by creating "deniability."  When the story comes before individuals with oversight — judges, members of Congress, etc. — they will need an escape valve of deniability by which they can avoid the logical and damning conclusion that the power of the state has been perverted to terrorism.

One can view the Waco Holocaust as a series of events:

The words of Clyde Snow (above) remind us:

"The homicidal state shares one trait with the solitary killer—like all murderers, it trips on its own egoism and drops a trail of clues which, when properly collected, preserved, and analyzed are as damning as a signed confession left in the grave."

Directory of Exhibits

The Death Gallery is organized into exhibits, each dealing with a definable topicm designed for a sequential tour.  To make a sequential tour as simple as possible, each page provides a link to the next.

The Death Gallery in a nutshell

  • Background: What you need to know to understand what they did.

  • Plausible Denial: What it is, and how the Two Stooges accomplished it

  • What should a reasonable person conclude when evidence that could topple a government is destroyed under the noses of world-class evidence handlers?

  • Now down to brass tacks: What we are supposed to believe

  • The evidence speaks.

  • A picture counters the testimony of a thousand words

  • Oops! Texas Ranger spills the beans>

  • How the Stooges collected the bodies

  • How the bodies of the Branch Davidians were laundered

  • The ID puzzle

  • The shape of things to come?


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