In this alarming book, reporter Jayna Davis tells of her amazing journey leading from the smoking rubble of the Murrah Federal Building to the sleazy haunts of John Doe #2, the mysterious Middle East suspect who the Justice Department was at first desperate to find―then insisted never existed.
With a reporter's practiced skill, Jayna Davis unscrambles the convoluted and distorted facts of the Oklahoma City bombing to present a compelling case that proves Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols did not act alone and in fact worked in tandem with Middle East connections that lead directly to Saddam Hussein's personal army.
Ten years after the tragic April 19 bombing, this revised edition of the controversial book that captured the attention of the 9/11 Commission offers new information and a new afterword that covers the Iraq War, the verdict in the Nichols state murder trial, and recent confirmation of Al-Qaeda General Al-Zawahiri's visit to OKC to approve the bombing.
|About the Contributor(s)|| Jayna Davis
Jayna Davis has worked in broadcast news since 1986, reporting in Texas, California, and Oklahoma. Between 1993 and 1997, she worked at KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City as an investigative reporter and, as such, covered the OKC bombing story from the first moments. In 2001 she founded Journalists' Committee for Justice, a nonprofit organization that has carried on the OKC investigation. She has received many awards over the years, including "Best Investigative Report" in 1994 from Associated Press and again, in 1995, from Oklahoma Association of Broadcasting. And her rigorous investigative work has garnered her appearances on a number of shows including interviews with Bill O'Reilly, Greta van Susteren, John Gibson, Fox News Live, and Lou Dobbs.
|Release Date||Jul 29, 2008|