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Lawsuit: Did the FBI Finance the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing?

Indianapolis - Circa June 2017: Federal Bureau of Investigation Indianapolis Division. The FBI is the prime federal law enforcement agency in the US II

Everyone remembers the slideshow version of what happened in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. A disgruntled Iraq War veteran named Timothy McVeigh and his accomplice Terry Nichols blew up the federal building in Oklahoma City with a truck packed with fertilizer.

Nichols is serving a life sentence in prison and McVeigh was given the death penalty. Case closed. Everything is tied up with a nice little ribbon and bow.

It’s been 30 years since the attack, so why not release all the FBI files related to the case? The highly respectable FBI wouldn’t have anything to hide about the event, right?

Utah attorney Jesse Trentadue filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the FBI for almost 70,000 pages of documents related to the bombing. He filed that request in 2015. He finally grew tired of all the waiting and excuses and filed a lawsuit against the FBI for the documents in February of this year. None of the files are classified, by the way.

The FBI has asked the court hearing the case if it can take the next 11.5 years to release all the documents in 500-page batches every month. Trentadue was on the football team with OJ Simpson at USC back in the 1960s. He points out the obvious to the court: He’ll be 90 years old by the time the FBI finishes releasing all 70,000 pages. Why not just release them all at once after all this time?

Trentadue is looking for information about the third accomplice who was spotted with Timothy McVeigh multiple times by witnesses around the time of the bombing. Trentadue believes that John Doe No. 2 from the FBI files is a guy named Richard Lee Guthrie, who was the leader of a “white supremacist gang” called the Aryan Republican Army, which carried out a string of bank robberies across the upper Midwest from 1993 through 1995.

Guthrie looked remarkably similar to Trentadue’s deceased younger brother, Kenney Trentadue. Immediately after the bombing, Kenney was arrested crossing the US-Mexico border into California. He was driving with a suspended license, so he was arrested on a possible parole violation. In a bizarre move, Kenney was then transported from a jail cell in Southern California to a prison in Oklahoma.

A couple of days later, the Bureau of Prisons called the family to inform them that the happy-go-lucky Kenney had committed suicide. He hung himself in his prison cell with a bedsheet, according to the BOP.

The body was sent home and when the family went to view him, some members had to run outside the building and vomit. Kenney had black and blue bruises and scratches all over his arms, legs, and face. He’d been badly beaten, and his throat was cut. That’s quite a bedsheet hanging.

After years of cover-ups and lies from the Bureau of Prisons, the family finally won a $1.5 million lawsuit against the government—but still didn’t have answers.

Jesse Trentadue can’t prove it because he doesn’t have the documents yet, but he believes his brother was beaten to death in an interrogation gone wrong. His brother matched the description of John Doe No. 2, so he thinks that explains why Kenney was suddenly transferred from California to Oklahoma right after the bombing.

Trentadue also believes that every member of the Aryan Republican Army was an FBI employee or informant. The group stole more than $250,000 in a string of highly successful bank robberies in which the suspects were never caught. Timothy McVeigh participated in some of those robberies. And again—the mysterious Richard Lee Guthrie who led the ARA was the spitting image of Kenney Trentadue.

It’s believed that the ARA—which it seems clear was an FBI front group—financed the materials for the bomb that blew up the Federal Building in Oklahoma City. How else do you explain the FBI’s reluctance to simply release all the files at once?

From the assassination of LaVoy Finicum to the fake Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping plot to the Russia collusion hoax, the FBI is always operating against the American people and in its own mysterious interests. What’s the deal with the Nevada mass shooter, Stephen Paddock? When are we going to see the Jeffrey Epstein files?

The FBI is a secret police organization that represents a danger to our country. We need to do more than get rid of “a few bad apples at the top.” Certainly Joe Biden isn’t interested in stopping the weaponization of it, but I know Donald Trump is!


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