The Resource The Waco whitewash : the Mt. Carmel episode told by an eyewitness to the trial, tragedy, treachery, tyranny, treason, this government's crimes under color of law, [by Jack DeVault]

The Waco whitewash : the Mt. Carmel episode told by an eyewitness to the trial, tragedy, treachery, tyranny, treason, this government's crimes under color of law, [by Jack DeVault]

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The Waco whitewash : the Mt. Carmel episode told by an eyewitness to the trial, tragedy, treachery, tyranny, treason, this government's crimes under color of law
Title
The Waco whitewash
Title remainder
the Mt. Carmel episode told by an eyewitness to the trial, tragedy, treachery, tyranny, treason, this government's crimes under color of law
Statement of responsibility
[by Jack DeVault]
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This is my first book. I hope it is my only one. It is not the complete story of the ATF raid on Mt. Carmel. It is not the whole history of the FBI siege and the holocaust. Those stories will be better told by the participants. Even the trial itself, where this book is focused, might be described more precisely by one of the defense attorneys or a juror to expose the bias of the judge. Perhaps a book will also be written by a Branch Davidian who understands the tenets of David Koresh's message; one who can explain their devotion to David Koresh. Someday, too, I pray that "The Victorious Saga of Mt. Carmel Survivors" will be written or, "The Government Final Solution", whichever unfolds. This book is not about those things. It is rather about a government gone and mad making a senseless assault on a gentle people; a government which, under color of law, attacked the very liberties it is sworn to protect, and violated the very justice it was created to secure. It recites the testimony of the mercenaries and functionaries as the San Antonio trial proved them liars. My hope is that a far better book will someday be written on this subject. That one will not be a story of persecution and treachery, but a story of triumph. That book will tell how, We, The People of the United States, put this oppressive, freedom-sucking government back into its Constitutional cage. It will bring hope for the future as it describes a more perfect union; one which establishes justice, insures domestic tranquility, provides for the common defense, secures the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity. It will tell how this nation has realigned its laws and its practices with Bible principles, and how Americans acknowledge the God of Creation. That such a book may be written does not depend on God's mercy. He has already shown His mercy, and provided a Saviour, and He has also given His promise about what He will do if we repent. The rest is up to us. Jack Devault"--cover
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WIH
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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The Waco whitewash : the Mt. Carmel episode told by an eyewitness to the trial, tragedy, treachery, tyranny, treason, this government's crimes under color of law, [by Jack DeVault]
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Publication
Control code
33114812
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
v, 335 pages
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Gift of Dick J. Reavis, 2001 (Access. No. 2001-103). Highlighting throughout. Paperbound.
Other physical details
illustrations, map
Label
The Waco whitewash : the Mt. Carmel episode told by an eyewitness to the trial, tragedy, treachery, tyranny, treason, this government's crimes under color of law, [by Jack DeVault]
Publication
Control code
33114812
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
v, 335 pages
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Gift of Dick J. Reavis, 2001 (Access. No. 2001-103). Highlighting throughout. Paperbound.
Other physical details
illustrations, map

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