Monday, 29 July 2013

McVeigh Lives


I apologise for the TERRIBLE quality. If anyone had it better, please contact me or upload.

But the information is sound.




A few days after Chandra Levy's disappearance, the FBI sheepishly admits on May 10, 2001, that they somehow "forgot" to give McVeigh's lawyers some three thousand documents. 

[Caused by details Ms Levy uncovered through the Bureau of Prisons?] 

So, the execution date is changed to June 11, 2001. 

There are ten media people selected to be at the death house window at the Terre Haute, Indiana, prison, to witness the execution of McVeigh. One of them, not contradicted by the others, says that 

"he appeared to be still breathing or what appeared to be shallow breathing, even after being pronounced dead and his eyes remained open". 

Video interview on MSNBC, (video streaming,6/11/01), of Susan Carlson, reporter for WLS-AM Radio, Chicago. 
[Story was suppressed by most other media, including all mass media in Chicago, including apparently her own radio station.] 

Some doctors ridiculed the way the prison people put the go-to-sleep sedative in McVeigh's leg, not a major upper body vein. In the leg, the sedative would take, some doctors claim, four hours to act. 

Hey, isn't a go-to-sleep sedative supposed to make you do that, that is, close your eyes and go to sleep?

Yes.

This is more indicative of someone in deep meditative trance.

Something Dr Jollyon West has extensively studied and documented in his capacity as the Director if the Neuropsychiatric Institute at UCLA.

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