April 20, 2010

Bill Clinton: Child Torturer and Killer

I'd never heard this before.

CS gas was used at the compound, in order, as senior White House adviser George Stephanopoulos said, echoing senior Justice Department statements, to "try and pressure" those in the compound. It was hoped, he said, that as this "pressure was increased, the maternal instincts of the mothers might take over and they might try to leave with their kids" (Washington Times, April 23, 1995).

But the FBI knew beforehand that adults in the compound had gas masks; the gas therefore would not put pressure on them. On whom, then? If the FBI knew that the adults had gas masks, but went ahead with the gas attack anyway, it is plain that this "pressure" was brought directly against the children because, as the FBI knew, they could not fit into adult– size gas masks. "Maternal feelings", the FBI hoped, would be unleashed in the mothers by watching their children choking, gasping and blistering from the gas.

The plan Reno approved and took to President Clinton for approval contemplated the children choking in the gas unprotected for forty-eight hours if necessary, to produce the requisite "maternal feelings". By taking aim at the children with potentially lethal gas, their mothers would be compelled, according to the FBI plan repeatedly defended by the Clinton administration afterwards as "rational" planning, to flee with them into the arms of those trying to gas them. [Emphasis added.]

An independent report on Waco written by the Harvard Professor of Law and Psychiatry, Alan A. Stone, for the then Deputy Attorney General Philip Heymann, says it “is difficult to believe that the US government would deliberately plan to expose twenty-five children, most of them infants and toddlers, to CS gas for forty-eight hours”. Unfortunately, however, that appears to have been exactly the plan.

The effect of CS gas on an unprotected infant exposed for only two to three hours is discussed in the report; in that case report, dating from the early 1970s, the child’s symptoms during the first twenty-four hours were upper respiratory; but, within forty-eight hours his face showed evidence of first degree burns, and he was in severe respiratory distress typical of chemical pneumonia. The infant had cyanosis, required urgent positive pressure pulmonary care, and was hospitalized for twenty– eight days. Other signs of toxicity appeared, including an enlarged liver.

Professor Stone's report is measured, careful and damning.

There is more at Volokh, and Dr. Stone's report suggests that some of the infants, toddlers, and children died as a direct result of suffocation caused by the CS gas.

President William Jefferson Clinton signed off on a plan that he knew would cause innocent babies and children to suffer the effects of CS gas... in fact, the entire plan hinged upon their torture and suffering.

Someone please explain to me why Clinton should not be brought up on felony charges and spend the rest of his life in prison for agreeing to a plan that counted on the torture of 25 innocent infants and children. Convince me that he shouldn't face the death penalty for those that suffocated to death because of his decision.

Clinton had the audacity to try to tell us Sunday to be wary of another Timothy McVeigh. Evil bastard that he was, McVeigh's plan didn't hinge on the torture and abuse of children. Bill Clinton's did.

His life should end in a federal prison.

Sadly, we all know that will never happen.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at April 20, 2010 08:49 AM

I had never heard any of this before either. OMG. Thank you for posting it!

Posted by: DragonLady at April 20, 2010 09:36 AM

Dear God.

Posted by: Foxfier at April 20, 2010 09:40 AM

Yeah... but free healthcare!

Posted by: TexasRainmaker at April 20, 2010 10:12 AM

when they do somthing like this it is progress and part of the biger plan and no one in the MSM will never say anything about it

Posted by: Rich at April 20, 2010 10:17 AM

Many gallons of acetone were pumped into the structures to defeat the Davidians' gas mask filters.

Acetone vapors are highly flammable. The next thing anyone knew, a massive fire erupted. Surprised?

A small spark, whether from an older telephone ringing, or from a handheld pyrotechnic device
(I wonder who could have ordered to toss or fire a flare into the building?) could have set the blaze a'burning.

Slick and his pug Reno should be tried for murder- the assault on the Davidians was for an alleged tax violation! That charge was never substantiated, BTW, but the local LEO was shoved aside, and we know what happened after the fibbies took over from the ATF.

As for the use of National Guard tracked vehicles and helicopters? After all these years, this skunk still stinks to high Heaven.

Posted by: KS at April 20, 2010 10:19 AM

There does seem to be a problem with the Statute of LImitations, unless the charges amount to murder. B.J. Clinton seems to have entered the realm of Ted Kennedy, kiling with a depraved indifference to life. It is dispicable but it does not seem like murder.

Posted by: DavidL at April 20, 2010 12:34 PM

With the Dems, it's always all about the children.

Posted by: Steve Skubinna at April 20, 2010 12:43 PM

I knew this from day one by the behavior the Feds displayed. It screamed guilt and nobody seemed to care to say anything. Everyone involved was a participant in murder. I have hated those folks, and I mean hate without regret or remorse. A hard death would be the only jutice and there is no justice in this world. No human really wants justice unless it is for another. Still, those kids deserved none of what they got. I spit on the cClintons and all involved in that massacre.

Posted by: Odins Acolyte at April 20, 2010 01:49 PM

Man, the mainstream bloggers are staying away from this in droves. It's not like Volokh to post wild, sensational stories that are unvetted. And yet, no one will touch it, even with all the Dick Morris hubub.

I think Clinton knew someone was digging up this dirt and his comments were a pre-emptive redirect to cut the knees out from any report. I think Dick Morris knew it, too, but is too mindful of his career to come out with it.

Posted by: Joan of Argghh! at April 20, 2010 08:46 PM

Never Forget WACO!

At the time I condemned Reno and Clinton from just common sense analysis; what is scary is that my neighbors and associates didnot! They thought he crazies deserved to die. Alas, a tribute to the the success of the demoncratic party's spin machine.

Posted by: JosephineSouthern at April 21, 2010 12:17 PM

William Jefferson Clinton will go down as the second best president in the twentieth century. You idiots impeached him when his approval ratings were near 60%. He looks a lot better compared to his predecessor and George Walker Bush who will go down in history as the worst president of all time. Bush was so bad he hid under his desk and let Paulson and Goldman run the country in the summer of 2008. Maybe run is not the right word, robbery is better description. I know you will delete this post like the coward you are.

Posted by: ike at April 21, 2010 10:19 PM

I was not on the internet so I listened to talk radio and this was a slaughter from day one, government snipers killed the dogs after that failed home invasion, the truth of what was done to those in the compound is as horrible as how they were killed. I watched with rage as the fire burned and fire trucks were denied access and that day I learned that my own government would kill me and my family whenever they wanted and the press would make the attack my fault.

Posted by: duncan at April 22, 2010 01:06 AM