With a reporter's practiced skill, Jayna Davis unscrambles the convoluted and distorted facts of the Oklahoma City bombing to present a compelling case that proves Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols did not act alone and in fact worked in tandem with Middle East connections that lead directly to Saddam Hussein's personal army.
Ten years after the tragic April 19 bombing, this revised edition of the controversial book that captured the attention of the 9/11 Commission offers new information and a new afterword that covers the Iraq War, the verdict in the Nichols state murder trial, and recent confirmation of Al-Qaeda General Al-Zawahiri's visit to OKC to approve the bombing.
The Day Nicholas Was Snatched
by J.V. Thomas
J. V. Thomas compiled The Day Nicholas Was Snatched for the general interest of the public to provide insight into government and the “Secret Court” of children and families, exposing the corruption that takes on a major role in ordinary family cases. The poorer classes in society are taken advantage of by social services with the illegal backing of police. Families are bullied and forced into abdicating their duties and legal rights to their children due to the illegal behavior in court law.Conspirators work closely to steal children, using racism, corruption, and other injustices. This institutional racism surmounts in the secret court. Cases that are supported by legal aid, end up penalized. The Day Nicholas Was Snatched holds social services accountable for stealing children from the poorer social classes through corruption and institutional racism. J. V. Thomas reveals the bullying practiced in the secret court.
The University of North Texas
by Tom Harrison, Ph.D.
The University of North Texas chronicles the duties and responsibilities of a Radiation Safety Officer (RSO), of which very few readers are familiar. The book addresses the work the RSO must perform specifically in this case for an institution of higher learning to keep the faculty, staff, students, and its personnel in general protected from the hazards posed by the use of radioactive materials and ionizing radiation machines, i.e. X-ray machines, which are strictly governed by both Federal and State Regulations. Violations of these regulations will result in penalties to the institution in question that must be addressed and corrected in a timely fashion to assure that the institute’s personnel can conduct their medical, educational, and research programs in a safe manner and not deliberately be placed in harm’s way.
The University of North Texas deliberately and knowingly disregarded and violated its licensed conditions required in order to operate their licensed programs safely. Their actions resulted in both Federal and State regulatory violations via the University of North Texas Radioactive Material License conditions imposed by these agencies. The Senior Administration did this illegally to achieve preemptory financial and administrative goals by covertly ignoring and overriding Federal and State regulations.
The author further describes in great detail the violations perpetrated by this University of Federal, State, and Postal codes to materialize these goals at the expense of the safety of their personnel.
— Rick Warren, Author, The Purpose Driven Life Senior Pastor, Saddleback Church
“…Producer Richard Greenberg showed me some truly alarming videotape he’d obtained from a human rights group called the International Justice Mission… That tape would trigger one of the most extensive international searches I’d ever been involved with as a Dateline Correspondent.”
—Chris Hansen, NBC News Correspondent
“Now we have a gripping, close-up account of how IJM carries out its mission in Cambodia. Gary Haugen’s book should awaken many to what goes on in the 21st century slave trade.”
— Ambassador John R. Miller, Director, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
Out of shocking depravity emerges a story of hope.
In a small village outside Phnom Penh, children as young as five are bought and sold as sex slaves. Day after day their abuse continues, and their hope slips away.
In Terrify No More an international team of investigators goes undercover to infiltrate this ring of brothels and gather evidence needed to free these girls. Meanwhile, skilled legal minds race the clock, working at the highest levels of U.S. and foreign governments to bring the perpetrators to justice. Headed up by former U.N. war-crimes investigator, Gary Haugen, the team perseveres against impossible obstacles—police corruption, death threats, and mission-thwarting tip-offs—in a mission focused on bringing freedom to the victims.