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A breezy work of fiction

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Submitted by Jeff (United States), Nov 5, 2008 at 23:04

Right, Michael, it was all a CIA operation. You left out the obvious: the pope ordered the bombing of the Murrah Building and the CIA is just an arm of the Vatican. There, let's not leave out important details.

Yes, I noticed how Timothy McVeigh was kept isolated in a state of the art prison. Except for the numerous essays he wrote from prison and mailed to news outlets. Except for the news interviews he gave, such as the one with Time magazine. (Of course, he wrote his articles and gave prison interviews after the Vatican-designed limbic system transplant was already surgically installed at some secret CIA prison we all know about.)

McVeigh was tried in open court where he was, per his rights, able to confront his accusers. He could, had he wished, taken the witness stand in his defense. He chose not to. That "quick execution" occurred in June, 2001, about 6 years after his crime, after numerous appeals and legal maneuvers, none of which would be allowed in most countries of the world.

Facing death, with nothing to lose, McVeigh never said a word about that CIA plot. He never said "I'm a patsy." He always maintained lone responsibility for the bombing of the federal building. (So the limbic system transplant worked!! And the Vatican is working on an improved design that requires no surgery!!)

Funny, the CIA (oops, I mean the pope) didn't feel the need to silence Terrence Nichols. He had two trials in open court. He's serving his life sentence, and, without much better to do, is entertaining himself by spinning conspiracy theories, knowing that some people, like you, will fall for them, thereby increasing his entertainment.

Please enlighten me about the unconstitutional legislation passed because of the actions of Timothy McVeigh and Terrence Nichols. The Jersey barriers that sprung up around some federal buildings are unconstitutional? Why not write to the ACLU? Or are they secretly just another arm of the Vatican?

Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. But a conspiracy theory is always more fun than truth.

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