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Fusion Center documents label OKC Bombing investigators as terrorists


OKLAHOMA CITY – Ten years after 9/11 and 16 years after the Oklahoma City bombing, it appears the federal government continues to view some Americans who embrace their First Amendment rights – press and speech, primarily – as a danger to the State, and as a result they are listing certain investigative websites as extremist and a terroristic threat to the “homeland.”

One, labeled as “extremist” and therefore a threat to the U.S. Government, includes a well-known site, once operated by a truth-seeking Oklahoma state legislator, working to expose anomalies related to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing – A link to the document can be seen here.

This shocking designation is indeed troubling, particularly to the local documentary film production company Free Mind Films, which is also releasing an explosive documentary about the Oklahoma City bombing, A Noble Lie. was formerly operated by State Rep. Charles Key (R-Oklahoma City), as a site to inform the public about reams of information discovered by the Oklahoma Bombing Investigation Committee, much of it originally ignored by the same federal agencies who now list the site as a threat to the homeland. As for Rep. Key, he concluded his role in the OBIC in approximately 2002 and  Free Mind Films is now paying for access and domain rights to the site.

So, how was this designation discovered? It was via the investigative work of John Bush and Catherine Bleish of Operation Defuse, an Austin, Texas-based group whose ongoing efforts are to expose the growing police state and the growing influence of the national network of “Fusion Centers” across the country.

2 Comments in Response to

Comment by Gene Kernan
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hahahahaha!  Quatloos is listed also! 

Comment by Powell Gammill
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What do you mean "some?"

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