- A book written by OK Governor Frank Keating's Brother,
4 years BEFORE OKC BOMBING, featured a bomber named TOM MCVEY, pulled over
like McVeigh for a minor equipment violation. Do I hear masonic orchestrated
coreography ? Lemme hear hell yeah! FRANK KEATING used to be head of
ATF and was FBI hotshot. Keating's book also predicted TWA and World Trade
Center bombing. Keating family career intelligence operatives and agent
provacatuers. It gets even more interesting. read on...
- Key OKC Witness Rubbed Out Today
- From Circulation@Vigo-Examiner.com
By Devvy Kidd
- The bombing of the Murrah Building was over six years
ago. Memories fade about things so I thought I'd resurrect one of the strangest
aspects of this bombing you're not going to believe - but it's true. Try
this one on for size:
- Governor Frank Keating's brother, Martin Keating, wrote
a manuscript in 1991, roughly four years before the OKC bombing. Gov. Frank
Keating is a former FBI hot shot. His brother, Martin could not get this
work published until after the bombing. This manuscript, now a published
book, is titled The Final Jihad. In this book, Keating lays out a story
of terrorists, based in OKC, who decide to bomb a federal building. Guess
what the name of the one of the key "terrorists" in the book
is? Tom McVey. And for the kicker of this fictional work: The terrorists
in The Final Jihad are stopped by an Oklahoma highway patrolman for a broken
tail light. Now, let me see: We have a book in manuscript form written
four years before the OKC bombing whose story line involves terrorists
in Oklahoma City. This part of this fictional work comes true.
- We have a main character in the book by the name of Tom
McVey. In real life, the bomber four years later in OKC is named Tim McVeigh.
- We have the terrorists in this fictional work stopped
by Oklahoma state troopers for a broken tail light. In real life, our bomber,
Tim McVeigh, is pulled over by an Oklahoma state trooper because of a missing
- How's that for fiction being stranger than reality? In
this book, remember it's written in 1991, our author also predicts the
TWA downing and the World Trade Center bombing. Was this just a premonition
that Mr. Keating had? Who knows, but this book sure does sound like a blue
print for the bombing.
- What is Mr. Martin Keating's background? In his own words:
- "Martin Keating is a master storyteller with unique
access to government intelligence agencies and clandestine terrorist groups.
His brother Frank Keating, currently governor of Oklahoma, is a former
FBI agent and assistant secretary of the Treasury who supervised the Secret
Service, U.S. Customs, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
Keating's uncle, Barney Martin was a career intelligence officer who headed
the U.S. Navy's worldwide foreign intelligence collection operations and
- Introduced to the intelligence community through generations
of family involvement, Martin Keating knows intimate details of what the
rest of us can only imagine. Armed with firsthand knowledge of explosives
and of chemical and biological weapons, Keating accurately reveals what
the highest government officials have known, feared, and covered up for
much too long."
- Martin Keating also bragged after the bombing that he
had copies of the surveillance film from the Southwest Bell building across
the street from the Murrah building. The film from the Regency Towers survived
completely intact. The government claims the Southwest Bell film didn't
- my money says they're lying and they're lying to protect their assets
and their invented story. There wasn't a scintilla of this strange story
in any media publications except Media Bypass Magazine. You would think
the "mainstream media" would have jumped on this like a June-bug
just because of who the author of the manuscript is: Brother of the Governor
of the State of Oklahoma. Nope. Dead silence.
- Has anyone ever put Martin Keating under oath and ask
him to produce these video surveillance films? Nope.
- There is talk that Frank Keating - who states emphatically
on the live news coverage the morning of the bombing that more bombs were
found and "have been removed from the building" (a statement
he now denies, but is memorialized on film) - may be slated to replace
Louis Freeh. Oh, good, that makes me feel real warm and fuzzy.
- I just thought I'd bring up this little bit of history
that has such a strange resemblance to what happened in OKC. Today Jon
Dougherty of worldnetdaily.com, wrote a piece titled, To Die or Not To
- Jon pretty much says what the rest of us are saying:
There are so many unanswered questions and McVeigh is evidence. Why is
our good Christian, John Ashcroft trying his darndest to hurry up with
this execution? I have a few more questions:
- McVeigh allegedly gave a false name, using fake ID in
the name of "Bob Kling" to rent the Ryder truck, yet he rented
a hotel room where he parked this big beacon the same day using his own
name. How come? We sure have a lot of strange things and numerous "Tim
McVeigh's" running around.
- How come we have so many Ryder trucks and how come everyone
likes yellow Ryder trucks so much? I've linked a few things in my past
two posts on this, but here's another one:
- This is a photo of Dennis Mahon, grand poo-ba of the
Eloim City crowd. Very bad folks, make no mistake about it. Carol Howe
was apparently involved with this guy. Ms. Howe was an ATF undercover informant
later charged and tried by the government; she was acquitted. As I said,
everyone seems to love yellow Ryder trucks, from the World Trade Center
to OKC to Eloim City. How come no one ever rents U-Haul or some other brand?
How come they're always from Ryder and always yellow? Ryder rents white
trucks, I've seen them.
- On May 8, 1995, Michael Fortier, who has just been given
an 18 month pass off his 12.5 year prison term, told CNN "I do not
believe Tim blew up any building in Oklahoma. There's nothing for me to
look back on and say, 'Yeah, that might have been. I should have seen it
back then.' There's nothing like that." Two weeks later, he claims
that he and McVeigh actually visited the OKC federal building and "cased"
- What does Hoppy Heidelberg have to say about this? If
you've read my previous posts or kept up with this bombing through other
sources, you know that Hoppy was the original foreman of the grand jury
that eventually indicted McVeigh and Nichols. You can read a really good
interview with Hoppy at: http://www.devvy.com/9606.html#grand Hoppy has
this to say in that interview:
- "Q: Let's talk about Michael Fortier, McVeigh's
friend. At first when the FBI questioned he said McVeigh would never have
blown-up the federal building and killed all those people. He said all
the FBI had on McVeigh was his arrest for a traffic violation and a concealed
weapons charge. Then a couple of months later he's saying that he and McVeigh
actually went to OKC and cased the federal building with an eye to bombing
it. What's going on here?
- A: No. You're off base on that.
- Q: You mean on Fortier's confession? He's confessed to
being a participant in the bombing.
- A: That's not it.
- Q: I don't understand.
- A: Let me put it this way, if I had been Fortier's attorney,
he would have walked. He wouldn't have given a statement and he would have
- Q: That's pretty strong.
- A: There's a lot you need to know about Fortier.
- Q: In the Media Bypass article, you said he was just
a kid and the FBI put a big scare into him.
- A: Tremendous pressure. They brought 24 hour-a-day pressure
on him for several months at great expense. They were on him at his job
in Kingman, AZ., and because of that he was fired. They were on him at
his home at his trailer, too.
- Q: That much?
- A: Do you see?
- Q: Well, I know there was a weapons charge they were
threatening Fortier with, and I believe they also said they'd put his wife
in jail if he didn't cooperate.
- A: It has to do with the sheer amount of pressure over
that period of time.
- Q: Wearing him down.
- A: He had no attorney.
- Q: Are you serious?
- A: For that whole period. And he wasn't under arrest
- Q: That's -
- A: He was pressured for 24 hours a day and e had no attorney.
He's a kid. He's not smart enough to understand what's going on.
- Q: Not smart enough -
- A: To realize the FBI had nothing on him. He had no one
to advise him.
- Q: The FBI couldn't arrest him?
- A: They didn't want to arrest him.
- Q: Why not?
- A: Because if they did, they'd have to appoint a lawyer
for him. It was months before he was arrested.
- Q: I'm digesting this. It's very bizarre.
- A: He got conned.
- Q: But eventually he did give them what they wanted.
He confessed to being involved in the crime with McVeigh.
- A: You're missing it.
- Q: Well, if he hasn't made an outright confession -
- A: Let me ask you something. What's the fastest way to
get from Kingman, AZ., to Southern Kansas?
- Q: I have no idea. If Fortier and McVeigh were traveling
from Kingman to Southern Kansas....
- A: They'd go through OKC.
- Q: Oh. Fortier just told the FBI they had been in OKC
on their way to Kansas? That's all? He didn't say they were casing the
- A: You're warmer.
- Q: Well, all right. If Fortier never told the FBI they
cased the building...
- A: It's somewhere in between.
- Q: In between? You mean, it's between they were just
passing through OKC and they were casing the building?
- A: You're warmer.
- Q: Fortier told the FBI they were in OKC on the way to
Kansas and they went by the federal building, and they looked at it. Something
- A: Something like that.
- Q: And there was never a real admission about planning
to blow up the building.
- A: You need to read Fortier's confession. It was printed
in the Daily Oklahoman. Q: Fortier, the prosecution's big witness, never
confessed. Is that what you're saying? Not even close?
- A: Not even close.
- Q: But the prosecution didn't need him to gain an indictment
- A: They want Fortier as a witness in the actual trial.
Big time. But if his statement is so far south of being a confession, then
they can't really use him at the trial.
- Q: No they can use him. What he has to say won't make
an impression on some jurors, but it could tip the scales for other more
gullible jurors. The FBI spent all this time pressuring the hell out of
- A: That's very important because you see, obviously that
was the best they could do. They stayed with him so long because they had
nothing better. Fortier's involvement in the bombing was so minimal it
was a waste of time. If I was the FBI man in charge, I would have made
one run at Fortier and then forgotten all about him.
- Q: So in other words, he never confessed to casing the
building with McVeigh.
- A: The media has completely exaggerated it. Fortier and
McVeigh were driving through OKC on the way to Kansas and they passed by
the federal building. Something like that.
- Q: And the media stretched that.
- A: Something like that.
- Q: And the FBI spent so much time pressuring Fortier
to link McVeigh to the bombing because they had nothing better.
- A: They had nothing better.
- Q: But you feel McVeigh is linked to the bombing.
- A: Yes, I do. But the FBI relied on a man, Fortier, who
really couldn't provide anything important to them. You need to remember
that. That's important. There's more to this." *End*
- Why did Terry Nichols turn himself in to police and give
detailed statements to the FBI without an attorney present? He sees his
name out on the television set and goes in to set the record straight.
If you were responsible for this heinous crime, would you hang around your
farm house and then go turn yourself in for questioning? I guess if you're
- You won't believe it, but I've run out of questions for
now. It sure would be nice to get some answers. Stay tuned. I'm sure things
are likely to get even more twisted as the beltway boys sweat big time
in the weeks to come.
- I do like to plug Media Bypass Magazine because they
truly are the "uncensored national news." I just got the June
issue and it's fantastic. The cover is a great shot of smiling Mayor Willie
Brown (SF) and Richard Trainor's story of absolute corruption involving
not only Da' Mayor, but Senator Diane Feinstein, her hubby, California
State Senator John Burton and a bunch more. There is also a fabulous article
on the commissar of the IRS, Charles Rossotti, and how corrupt this "dude"
is, kissed and sanction by Clinton and apparently this Republican Congress
and our current President. I do encourage you to call and get this issue:
1-800-4-bypass. You won't be disappointed!