RDR: Murrah bombing survivor says feds involved in blast that killed 168 in '95 OKLAHOMA CITY
(Red Dirt Reports) -- By Andrew W. Griffin --
While Oklahoma and the rest of the world respectfully remembers the 168 people who died in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building here in Oklahoma City, one survivor of the April 19, 1995 blast, Jane Graham, wants her questions about what really happened that day answered once and for all.
Graham, a native of Chicago who was working for the HUD office on the ninth floor of the Murrah building that morning told Red Dirt Report that there was a lot of strange things going on in the weeks leading up to the bombing, things that she shared numerous times with federal agents, things she felt were ignored. This included the presence of maintenance workers she did not recognize, military people in the parking garage and more unusual activity.
But one of the key figures – the bomber himself – Timothy McVeigh, was spotted in the federal building on a number of occasions.
“It was a couple of weeks before the bombing. I had seen McVeigh in the building prior to the bombing, around the first week of April.”
McVeigh, Graham said, rode up in an elevator with her while she was heading to her office one morning.
“He was in military fatigues,” Graham told Red Dirt Report. “I looked at him and said ‘hi’ and he simply looked straight ahead. He got off on the sixth floor. I turned to someone else on the elevator and said, ‘Well, he’s certainly not very friendly.”
Another time, Graham said, he was in the elevator again and got off on the ninth floor, where the Secret Service and BATF offices were located...
Fast-forward to the day before the bombing, Graham said she was running late to work and as she came downstairs she ran into two men in General Services Administration uniforms, one of whom was older and was asking the other man “how does this work?”...
Graham said that as a survivor and one with information, she wanted to help the investigators have as much information as possible. But as she shared her story, about the fatigue-wearing McVeigh figure, the mysterious men inside the Murrah building and in the parking garage, she was largely ignored if it did not follow the official story involving McVeigh and the Ryder truck bomb.
“I was stonewalled,” Graham said. “No one wanted me to draw a picture, take a look at a picture or describe him.”
Added a clearly frustrated Graham: “Never to this day did I hear from anyone.”
Graham said her co-workers who survived largely don’t want to believe the government was involved in the bombing.
Graham, meanwhile, has her strong suspicions about the government and their complicity. She said her father was the secretary-treasurer of the AFL-CIO labor organization in Chicago and when he was asked if he wanted to lead the group, he said he would have more influence controlling the funds.
“It’s all about power and control,” Graham said, adding, “This has nothing to do with a foreign government. I am utterly convinced the ATF and the FBI are involved in the bombing of that building.”...MORE...LINK
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