When Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Clinton Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Prisons in 1997,he had no idea that the scraps of information grudgingly released by the federal government would be the first in a 15 year trail of evidence detailing the criminal involvement of the FBI,CIA,ATF,and United States Secret Service in the planning and execution of the Oklahoma City bombing.

Since the 1995 murder of his brother Kenneth in his cell at the Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City,Trentadue has badgered,bullied,harassed,threatened and sued by the federal government of the United States. His Freedom of Information Act requests and inevitable lawsuits against those government agencies which have rigorously ignored them have provided extraordinary evidence of federal intrigue spanning three White House administrations.

  • He has documented the cover-up of FBI and Department of Justice involvement in his brother’s murder,a cover-up engineered by then-Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder;
  • He has obtained evidence of CIA spy satellites concentrated on the Elohim City location of Oklahoma City bombing conspirators and bomb makers
  • He has demonstrated that the FBI systematically erased key moments in video recordings detailing the route traveled by the Ryder truck used in the bombing;

Throughout Jesse Trentadue’s quest, pivotal questions remain which even today he cannot answer to his own satisfaction. Were the April 1995 deaths of 168 unsuspecting people at the Alfred P. Murrah building the result of a legitimate FBI/Department of Justice sting operation gone horribly wrong? Or were lives lost and families destroyed and the public haunted by images of dead infants being carried from the rubble, because unimaginably evil and power hungry denizens of Washington, D.C., believed a tragedy like Oklahoma City would ensure a new level of federal department funding and increased power over the rights of American citizens which can only be acquired following disasters of massive proportions?

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