Mt. Carmel Waco Alert
The government has arranged to further desecrate the Mr. Carmel building
site and the surrounding 7 acres. A contractor has been authorized by
the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Committee and the Texas Water
Commission to excavate from 6" to 18" of topsoil which is advertised
to be contaminated with lead and human waste.
Noted private investigator from Force 1, Gordon Novel, has secured at
least 48 Branch Davidian death certificates indicating lethal blood
levels of *Cyanide*, while none was found in the digestive system. In
addition, from the manufacturers of CS gas, the technical data indicates
that it will ignite at 327F and produces heat up to 4,200 F while
burning; functioning as a high-temperature fire accelerant. Further,
when water is added to a CS fire, it will explode. Thus explaining why
the fire trucks were not allowed to the Mt. Carmel fire.
It is now clear that the government is in their last phase of the massive
cover-up by hauling away evidence of the cyanide poisoning deposited
in the remains of Mt. Carmel.
The bull-dozing was halted last Friday when Waco Attorney Brian Pollard
secured a "Stay" in the digging operations until the merits of a
Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) are presented in the State District Court;
visiting Judge Frank McDonald presiding. The hearing will be held
Thursday morning, June 23, 1994 at the McLennon County Courthouse. Former
U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark is scheduled to argue the case of
Gordon Novel to enter the property and secure necessary soil samples from the
remains of the Mt. Carmel building for an independent analysis.
Please help us! our plea is two-fold. We are organizing a demonstration
at the McLennon Country Courthouse steps to begin at 8:00 PM, Thursday
morning, June 23, 1994. Please attend if possible. Second: For our
many supporters across the country, we ask that you send a Fax to Judge
Frank McDonald at 817-757-5196 demanding that the demolition cease and
that we be allowed to enter the Mt. Carmel center grounds.
Dewey Millay, N.D.
On behalf of the Branch Davidians