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4/19/98

Today, April 19, 1998, is the fifth anniversary of the Waco inferno. This is a good opportunity to contemplate all the wonderful things our government does on our behalf, to contemplate what a poorer nation America would be without such fine outstanding public servants as Janet "Barbecue" Reno and Jeff "We'll Wait As Long As It Takes" Lamar. That same American know how, that built the atom bomb and put men on the moon, has finally given us the cure-all for child abuse through the judicious application of CS gas by M1-Abrams tanks. When the chips are down, maybe the Hostage Rescue Team will rescue you, too!

Now that I've gotten that out of my system, I would encourage everyone to commemorate the event by writing to your congressmen and senators and telling them (1) what's on your mind and (2) what they should do about it. Please keep in mind that even though many of them have email addresses, snail mail still has the most impact.

4/12/98

First, my apologies and excuses for not keeping up with the local news articles. I usually find the time to read all the papers at my cabin each weekend. Due to an early thaw & muddy roads, this is the first time in five weeks that I made it in with both the papers & my laptop.

Second, I've removed the Media Watch and Contributions sections for lack of use and need, respectively.

Anytime you get sick of the following editorial, just scroll down to reach the latest photos, new items and court documents and photos.

Third, and last, when I started this I expected to receive a few hot-under-the-collar emails from the I-always-support-law-enforcement-no-matter-what types, and I wasn't disappointed in that department. What I didn't expect to receive was a recent email from a Harvard elitist (domain of return address = alumni.harvard.edu) demanding to know who I was (my name's on the Web site's home page, all you have to do it read it, and I receive almost daily spam regarding this web site and addressed to my real name; if the spammers can figure it, out so can you.) Said Harvard elitist proceeded to call my commentary "sophomoric" (about 80-90% of my feedback agrees with me totally, so I don't think I'll change anything in that regard) and attempted to limit the relevance of the Ruby Ridge cases to one "interesting" aspect, namely the failure of the federal government to hold its own accountable.

The current Ruby Ridge trials are but the middle of a series of interwoven events, stories and issues. Here are a few that come to mind:

And so Harvard elitist, if you still think my comments are "sophomoric", either surf elsewhere or pay for your own web page. As for "who am I", I'm just one of millions of Americans appalled at the actions of our government at Ruby Ridge and later at Waco. I could put my own accomplishments and academic achievements in here (chances are they're on par with yours, if not better), but that would only detract from the issues at hand. Thus I will appear to most as only the anonymous webmaster, except for those who care to dig a little with the resources already at their fingertips.

Photos (scanned from back issues of Soldier of Fortune )

Local news

More documents filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read them.)

3/20/98

Local news

More documents filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read them.)

3/14/98

Local news

Seven documents filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read them.)

3/2/98

Local news

Other news

Seven documents filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read them.)

2/19/98

Local news

2/18/98

Coming soon -- photos of the alleged killers Horiuchi & Cooper.

Another document filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read it.) The text of the "Motion to suspend trial date . . ." is not yet available on-line.

2/12/98

Local news

Four more documents filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read them.)

2/9/98

Seven more documents filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read them.)

2/4/98

In the media:

 

Two more documents filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read them.)

1/15/98

More documents filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read them.)

Another document has been filed in the case of Harris vs. Roderick et al., but the text of these documents are not available on-line:

1/11/98

In the media:

Another document filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read it.)

Another document has been docketed, but the text is not yet on-line:

1/1/98

In the media:

Another document filed in State of Idaho vs. Horiuchi. (You'll need a Tiff Viewer to read it.)


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