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From: email@example.com (Jerry Aspar)
Subject: PoliticalEssays: Never Seen Publicly
Date: 3 Feb 2004 23:18:16 -0800
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 07:18:16 +0000 (UTC)
` Associated Press reports February 3d from Oklahoma City
that "Police Search for Okla. Bombing Video."
According to the newsstory:
a) in Oklahoma City, police inspector Easley files an
affidavit to get a search warrant
b) in his affidavit Easley claims attorney Mills said
he saw a video of the explosion in 1998
c) Easley claims Mills said the video "included images
showing the [Murrah] building before the bombing,
then with a `small glow' at its base, then with a
`ball of fire rising from the building'"
d) Easley claims Mills saw the video on a computer be-
longing to Culbertson
e) Easley claims he spoke with Culbertson on the phone
and "Culbertson said he showed such a video to Mills
but that he had subsequently turned this material
over to the House Judiciary Committee."
The search warrant was granted.
The search of John Culbertson's home in Centreville,
Va., took place Friday [January 30th].
Culbertson said in a telephone interview Monday
[February 2d] that authorities did not find the
video they were seeking....
AP backgrounds Culbertson:
Culbertson is a Washington-based consultant who once
advised members of Congress on the Waco fire and [!]
Oklahoma City bombing investigations.
He is a former aide to former Rep. James Traficant,
an Ohio Democrat who was sent to prison for bribery,
racketeering and tax evasion.
This is how AP carefully frames the picture:
No such video has ever been seen publicly and it is
not clear whether one exists.
Depending on what was on such a video, it could
conceivably be used as evidence in bombing conspira-
tor Terry Nichols' trial....
DEPENDING ON WHAT'S ON THAT VIDEO,
it could conceivably be used in the trial of
and his spec-ops.
Keep in mind that, according to Easley, Culbertson:
...told Mills the images came from a Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent.
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