Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 6  Num. 55
                    ("Quid coniuratio est?")


(November 20, 1995 -- Phone (312) 731-1100 for recorded message.)

Hi! Sherman Skolnick, Citizens' Committee to Clean Up the Courts, 9800 S. Oglesby Ave [Chicago, IL 60617].

A tremendous cover-up by the FBI and the Justice Department in the Oklahoma City bombing.

In 1992 we spent over 4 months in discussions with a controversial scientific and computer wizard: Michael Riconosciuto. We called him "Albert Einstein in jail". He was a top researcher for CIA under cover of being with Wackenhut company.

Because of a ruckus with CIA over dope-money laundering, he says they framed him.

One of his inventions is a sub-nuclear device, called a barometric bomb. Some details were quietly put by us in the federal court record here in 1992.

Riconosciuto now contends a sub-nuclear bomb was the one used in Oklahoma City.

A chief investigator for a secret federal unit was in the bomb zone shortly after the blast. He had a portable geiger counter which showed massive radioactivity.

A great number of people were on humanitarian missions to see who they could rescue -- doctors, nurses, firemen, and thousands of others. It was reportedly never told that they were at ground zero of the sub-nuclear device with Trinium. They, and hundreds of thousands downwind: are they already sick, reportedly, with strange diseases from radioactivity? Will many die within two years of the blast?

Since the first atomic bomb, the highest levels of the U.S. government have repeatedly lied about radioactivity disease suffered by the military and civilians in various tests. But this was no "test", but intentional murder!

You can see why they quietly demolished the area in Oklahoma City and covered it up with concrete: to reportedly try to contain the long-lasting radioactivity.

The chief investigator and his unit -- did they tell us the terrible details now because they are dying from radioactivity anyway and have nothing more to lose?

From the White House on down, they have committed dastardly crimes against the American people!!

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I've got some questions. Number one, how many blasts?

Well, some consider it was two blasts, actually.

Okay. But we're talkin' one bomb, basically. I know that the barometric bomb is supposed to be a type of bomb that, it first emits a small blast and it disperses stuff. And then a second blast is what really, supposedly, does all this. Right or wrong?

Yeah. In other words, a double blast.

Okay. How do you explain that some columns were blown out and some columns weren't?

Well, there are various experts who have examined pictures of the site and have explained that. What are you getting at?

Well there's a particular pattern. There's this General Partin who...

Yeah, I know. He differs, somewhat, as to the type of bomb or something. Yeah. I know what you're getting at.

So how would you explain that?

Well, I think the barometric bomb caused the thing the way it was shown by the pictures.

I don't buy that. I don't buy that you could have a bomb like that that would blow out particular columns and leave other columns intact -- and would not blow out the walls. You know? The walls should've been blown out.

This type of question has to be answered by explosives experts -- which is not me.

You're talking about a major blast from a sub-nuclear device that rips out some columns and leaves other ones intact? Doesn't blow out the walls?

For me personally I go by Partin's explanation. He says it's a demolition-type blast. Certain charges were placed on specific columns.

In other words, he's saying that there was connivance, that they put something on the other columns. That's probably true, yeah. I'm not ruling that out at all.

What they're saying was that there was somebody there with a geiger counter and there was massive radioactivity. Whether there was also, that somebody previously strapped something around the pillars in the basement and caused the thing the way it did: I'm not ruling that out in any way.

You would have to know more about the particulars of a barometric bomb in order to analyze what happened with the pillars.

The bottom line is that, whatever went off, there was massive radioactivity. That's the point. And it's probably going to cause strange illnesses, that usually result from radioactivity.

If somebody were to go to that site of the blast with geiger counters today, would they pick up anything?

I don't know. They may have contained the thing by covering it up with concrete. I think they did the same thing in Chernobyl.

Well the difference is that, in Oklahoma City, they carted away the rubble and buried it someplace else. In Chernobyl, they basically just buried Chernobyl right where it was. And, in fact, you can still carry geiger counters at Chernobyl and get readings there. What I'm saying is that at Oklahoma City you've got the original site of the blast and they carted away the rubble and buried it someplace else. But if you were to go to the original site of the blast, do you think that they still would be able to get geiger counter readings?

I don't know. But the point is...

They ought to be able to, I think.

The ones that would know are the medical people. Are there people getting the type of thing that you get from radioactivity -- loss of hair, strange diseases and so on?

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