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    WHO KILLED TERRY YEAKEY?

    by Pat Shannan
    (Edited for Size)

    Terry Yeakey was a giant of a man with a heart as big as the rest of him. I
    wish I had known him. He was a crusader for truth. Whenever his name is
    mentioned, I think of the news photo of him sprinting down NW 5th Street
    toward the Murrah Building in OKLAHOMA CITY on another of the many rescue missions he
    performed that ugly day. In his blue uniform, he tends to remind us of a NFL
    linebacker about to put the sack on an unfortunate quarterback, but this is
    quickly overridden by the grave concern on the face of a policeman in a
    panic to save lives.

    After numerous private investigators produced irrefutable evidence of
    multiple explosions, unexploded bombs being hauled away after the fact, and
    the complete and total incapability of an Ammonium Nitrate Fuel Oil (ANFO)
    bomb to cause the cause the kind of devastation seen in downtown Oklahoma
    City, a giant government cover-up became obvious.


    Only a couple of hours into the rescue, Sgt. Terrence Yeakey became
    painfully aware of something disturbing. Did he somehow figure out that the
    building had been blown from the inside and that the news reports were
    baloney? Did he overhear a strange conversation from some of the many ATF
    agents who were on the scene sooner than they should have been? Whatever it
    was, Terry was upset. He called his wife that morning crying and saying repeatedly, "It's not true. It's
    not what they are saying. It didn't happen that way." Terry Yeakey may have
    been the first to discover the sham
    .


    He ran back and forth into that concrete mess of bricks and mortar all day
    long and continued beyond exhaustion, far into the night. He scraped and
    crawled and dug until his fingers bled and then kept digging some more. In a
    cadre of heroes that day, Terry's performance was outstanding. On May 11th,
    the following year he was scheduled to receive the Medal of Valor from the
    Oklahoma City Police Department. He never got it. He was murdered on May 8,
    1996, in the country - two and a half miles west of the El Reno
    Penitentiary.


    The official report said "Suicide," and anyone who believes an ANFO bomb
    destroyed Murrah and the other surrounding buildings will believe this.
    According to the report, Terry slashed himself eleven times on both forearms before cutting his own throat twice near the jugular vein. Then, apparently seeking even a more private place to die, he crawled another mile of rough terrain away from his car and climbed a fence, before shooting himself in the headwith a small caliber revolver. What appeared to be rope burns on his neck, handcuff bruises to his wrists, and muddy grass imbedded in his slash wounds strongly indicated that he had some help in traversing this final distance.




    The bullet's entrance wound was in the right temple, above the eye. It went
    through the policeman's head and exited in the area of the left cheek, near
    the bottom of the ear lobe line. The trajectory was from a 40-45 degree
    angle above his head. There were no powder burns. No weapon was ever
    reported as found at the scene
    , but independent investigators speculated
    that had Yeakey shot himself with standard police issue - a Glock 9mm or a
    .357 Magnum - his head would have been far more destroyed than it apparently
    was.





    Example of skull xray showing downward path of bullet exhibited in Yeakey's autopsy drawing.

    One of the last people Officer Yeakey talked to was a friend who knew he was
    on a mission of private investigation. Terry had told him that he was on his
    way to El Reno to check out something but first he had to shake the FBI
    agents who were following him.
    He was traveling in his private automobile,
    and witnesses said later that the inside looked like someone had "butchered
    a hog" on the front seat.

    While political assassinations within American borders have become more
    prevalent in recent years, the ploy to place the blame on someone else -
    even the victim himself - is nothing new. Neither is the gullibility of the
    American public.

    Although the Yeakey incident occurred some thirty miles away in a different
    jurisdiction, the investigation was quickly taken out of the hands of the El
    Reno police and the Canadian County sheriff and turned over to the Oklahoma
    City Police Department and the FBI. No homicide investigation was ever
    conducted, and there was no autopsy.

    In an interview with Terry's widow, Tonia Yeakey revealed that her husband
    had been very upset by something he had seen under the day care center on
    April 19th. He had wanted to go back and photograph it, but the officials
    would not let him onto the site again.
    The Oklahoma Bombing Investigation
    Committee (OKBIC) speculates that what Terry saw may have coincided with the
    possible evidence of another unreported bombing device uncovered by their
    "science people."

    Mrs. Yeakey also said that Terry was supposed to be decorated for his work
    as a rescue person, but didn't want to be put in the limelight. Terry felt
    the investigation was fraudulent and didn't like the fact that the OKPD was
    honoring people who really weren't deserving of the honor.

    Sgt. Yeakey had told friends that he was going out of town to hide or secure
    "evidence of a cover-up of the bombing by federal agents." It was his day
    off, and he was traveling in his private automobile. In his last known
    conversation, Terry reportedly told a friend that he "was being followed by
    the feds and had to shake them." Previously, his household had been
    subjected to numerous threatening phone calls by persons unknown, threats
    which have not ceased even with his death.

    Tonia Yeakey moved five times in the first three years since the Oklahoma City
    tragedy. She continues to get intimidating letters and threatening phone
    calls. Since her husband's death, her home has been broken into and personal
    threats have been written on her living room walls. She remains in fear for
    her life, constantly seeking asylum, with no place to turn.


    Sgt. Terry Yeakey was murdered, and just as with the absurd conclusions in
    the Vince Foster case, the closing of the case as a "suicide" is ludicrous.

    Webmaster's note: All the autopsy evidence shows that Yeakey's wounds were consistent with a torture-execution. The fatal shot was fired from a pistol with a silencer, held in contact with Yeakey's skull, leaving a barrel imprint and very little powder residue. No pistol was found at the scene until the FBI arrived, over an hour after the body was found. Handcuff marks were on both wrists according to the funeral home director. By the time the body arrived at the funeral home, the wrist lacerations had been sewn up and mud and grass was inside--showing that Yeakey was dragged through the mud as he attempted to fight off his attackers.


    I bring this up to remind ALL OF YOU one thing.... The people in charge of our goverment are not just corrupt, they are evil... They don't care about killing innocent men,women and children, and as you can see here, they CERTAINLY don't care about killing their own cops or soldiers, especially if they prove to be a threat to them and their secrecy....Terrence Yeakey understood that his duty and his loyalty lie to the people he was sworn in to protect... The problem was he understood it too well, and died trying to give US the truth...

    Oklahoma city was a sham, conducted by our own goverment, and Terrence knew this,and had proof of it...and if they were capable of doing this, what makes you think 9-11 was any diffrent?and before you answer, remember that 300+ Members of New York's finest died that day too... I wonder what THEY knew....
    Last edited by TheTinMan; 04-13-2007, 08:44 AM.

  • #2
    Oh.....shut....up

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sabre
      Oh.....shut....up
      Why? Because this isn't some conspiracy that you can just sweep under the rug??? A POLICE OFFICER was murdered,MURDERED, BY THE FBI TO PROTECT THEIR OWN PLANNED DESTRUCTION OF A FEDERAL BUILDING (WITH CHILDREN INSIDE IT!!!!!), and all you can do is spew that pile of fascist nonsense? Honestly, how dare you, this was a man who was 100 TIMES OVER what the classification for a Good Cop is,This man is a Hero who was ruthlessly murdered, YOU SHOW YOUR RESPECT AND ACKNOWLEDGE THE TRUTH!!!

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      • #4
        You got something wrong with you man if you slink around the internet peddling this garbage. The conspiracy you are suggesting cannot go under a rug...because it's the size of an agency with THOUSANDS of people in it. Conspiracy theorists are hopeless.
        -I don't feel you honor someone by creating a physical gesture (the salute). You honor them by holding them in memory and, in law enforcement, proceeding in vigilant, ethical police work. You honor this country or deceased soldiers or whatever you're honoring when you salute a flag by thinking, feeling, and continuing a life of freedom.

        --ArkansasRed24

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        • #5
          Originally posted by djack16
          You got something wrong with you man if you slink around the internet peddling this garbage. The conspiracy you are suggesting cannot go under a rug...because it's the size of an agency with THOUSANDS of people in it. Conspiracy theorists are hopeless.
          Dickjack, try to understand, this is not a conspiracy theory, this is WHAT HAPPENED, you can look it up for yourself. I'm not hopeless, because I am enlightened and do not run away from the light shed by truth, unlike you and those who do nothing but call me a conspiracy theorist. Do you even know the full definition of that term??? I can tell you don't, but it's ok.... just remember that everything I'll be posting up is verified and you can look it up yourself.


          And don't refer to the life of a police officer as garbage, Thank You.

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          • #6
            Psych Alert!!

            Obviously you need a new tin-foil hat and increase your meds!!
            "We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm" -George Orwell

            "It's 106 miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing diapers." - Blues Brothers

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            • #7
              yes, yes of course, mock me and insult me, because you cant handle real truth and knowledge when it's given.

              Comment


              • #8
                Sometimes words are not enough...

                "Anyone is capable of anything"

                "I did absolutely nothing, and it was everything I thought it could be".

                -Peter Gibbons
                Office Space

                Comment


                • #9


                  WHO KILLED TERRY YEAKEY?

                  by Pat Shannan
                  (Edited for Size)

                  Terry Yeakey was a giant of a man with a heart as big as the rest of him. I
                  wish I had known him. He was a crusader for truth. Whenever his name is
                  mentioned, I think of the news photo of him sprinting down NW 5th Street
                  toward the Murrah Building in OKLAHOMA CITY on another of the many rescue missions he
                  performed that ugly day. In his blue uniform, he tends to remind us of a NFL
                  linebacker about to put the sack on an unfortunate quarterback, but this is
                  quickly overridden by the grave concern on the face of a policeman in a
                  panic to save lives.

                  After numerous private investigators produced irrefutable evidence of
                  multiple explosions, unexploded bombs being hauled away after the fact, and
                  the complete and total incapability of an Ammonium Nitrate Fuel Oil (ANFO)
                  bomb to cause the cause the kind of devastation seen in downtown Oklahoma
                  City, a giant government cover-up became obvious.


                  Only a couple of hours into the rescue, Sgt. Terrence Yeakey became
                  painfully aware of something disturbing. Did he somehow figure out that the
                  building had been blown from the inside and that the news reports were
                  baloney? Did he overhear a strange conversation from some of the many ATF
                  agents who were on the scene sooner than they should have been? Whatever it
                  was, Terry was upset. He called his wife that morning crying and saying repeatedly, "It's not true. It's
                  not what they are saying. It didn't happen that way." Terry Yeakey may have
                  been the first to discover the sham
                  .


                  He ran back and forth into that concrete mess of bricks and mortar all day
                  long and continued beyond exhaustion, far into the night. He scraped and
                  crawled and dug until his fingers bled and then kept digging some more. In a
                  cadre of heroes that day, Terry's performance was outstanding. On May 11th,
                  the following year he was scheduled to receive the Medal of Valor from the
                  Oklahoma City Police Department. He never got it. He was murdered on May 8,
                  1996, in the country - two and a half miles west of the El Reno
                  Penitentiary.


                  The official report said "Suicide," and anyone who believes an ANFO bomb
                  destroyed Murrah and the other surrounding buildings will believe this.
                  According to the report, Terry slashed himself eleven times on both forearms before cutting his own throat twice near the jugular vein. Then, apparently seeking even a more private place to die, he crawled another mile of rough terrain away from his car and climbed a fence, before shooting himself in the headwith a small caliber revolver. What appeared to be rope burns on his neck, handcuff bruises to his wrists, and muddy grass imbedded in his slash wounds strongly indicated that he had some help in traversing this final distance.




                  The bullet's entrance wound was in the right temple, above the eye. It went
                  through the policeman's head and exited in the area of the left cheek, near
                  the bottom of the ear lobe line. The trajectory was from a 40-45 degree
                  angle above his head. There were no powder burns. No weapon was ever
                  reported as found at the scene
                  , but independent investigators speculated
                  that had Yeakey shot himself with standard police issue - a Glock 9mm or a
                  .357 Magnum - his head would have been far more destroyed than it apparently
                  was.





                  Example of skull xray showing downward path of bullet exhibited in Yeakey's autopsy drawing.

                  One of the last people Officer Yeakey talked to was a friend who knew he was
                  on a mission of private investigation. Terry had told him that he was on his
                  way to El Reno to check out something but first he had to shake the FBI
                  agents who were following him.
                  He was traveling in his private automobile,
                  and witnesses said later that the inside looked like someone had "butchered
                  a hog" on the front seat.

                  While political assassinations within American borders have become more
                  prevalent in recent years, the ploy to place the blame on someone else -
                  even the victim himself - is nothing new. Neither is the gullibility of the
                  American public.

                  Although the Yeakey incident occurred some thirty miles away in a different
                  jurisdiction, the investigation was quickly taken out of the hands of the El
                  Reno police and the Canadian County sheriff and turned over to the Oklahoma
                  City Police Department and the FBI. No homicide investigation was ever
                  conducted, and there was no autopsy.

                  In an interview with Terry's widow, Tonia Yeakey revealed that her husband
                  had been very upset by something he had seen under the day care center on
                  April 19th. He had wanted to go back and photograph it, but the officials
                  would not let him onto the site again.
                  The Oklahoma Bombing Investigation
                  Committee (OKBIC) speculates that what Terry saw may have coincided with the
                  possible evidence of another unreported bombing device uncovered by their
                  "science people."

                  Mrs. Yeakey also said that Terry was supposed to be decorated for his work
                  as a rescue person, but didn't want to be put in the limelight. Terry felt
                  the investigation was fraudulent and didn't like the fact that the OKPD was
                  honoring people who really weren't deserving of the honor.

                  Sgt. Yeakey had told friends that he was going out of town to hide or secure
                  "evidence of a cover-up of the bombing by federal agents." It was his day
                  off, and he was traveling in his private automobile. In his last known
                  conversation, Terry reportedly told a friend that he "was being followed by
                  the feds and had to shake them." Previously, his household had been
                  subjected to numerous threatening phone calls by persons unknown, threats
                  which have not ceased even with his death.

                  Tonia Yeakey moved five times in the first three years since the Oklahoma City
                  tragedy. She continues to get intimidating letters and threatening phone
                  calls. Since her husband's death, her home has been broken into and personal
                  threats have been written on her living room walls. She remains in fear for
                  her life, constantly seeking asylum, with no place to turn.


                  Sgt. Terry Yeakey was murdered, and just as with the absurd conclusions in
                  the Vince Foster case, the closing of the case as a "suicide" is ludicrous.

                  Webmaster's note: All the autopsy evidence shows that Yeakey's wounds were consistent with a torture-execution. The fatal shot was fired from a pistol with a silencer, held in contact with Yeakey's skull, leaving a barrel imprint and very little powder residue. No pistol was found at the scene until the FBI arrived, over an hour after the body was found. Handcuff marks were on both wrists according to the funeral home director. By the time the body arrived at the funeral home, the wrist lacerations had been sewn up and mud and grass was inside--showing that Yeakey was dragged through the mud as he attempted to fight off his attackers.


                  I bring this up to remind ALL OF YOU one thing.... The people in charge of our goverment are not just corrupt, they are evil... They don't care about killing innocent men,women and children, and as you can see here, they CERTAINLY don't care about killing their own cops or soldiers, especially if they prove to be a threat to them and their secrecy....Terrence Yeakey understood that his duty and his loyalty lie to the people he was sworn in to protect... The problem was he understood it too well, and died trying to give US the truth...

                  Oklahoma city was a sham, conducted by our own goverment, and Terrence knew this,and had proof of it...and if they were capable of doing this, what makes you think 9-11 was any diffrent?and before you answer, remember that 300+ Members of New York's finest died that day too... I wonder what THEY knew....

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                  • #10
                    Rapax was right... sometimes words can not say enough.
                    Ever feel like you live in the state of confusion?

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                    • #11

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                      • #12
                        Dang thats pretty good.

                        Got anything to suit the mood of this thread? Maybe a tinfoil cap or such?
                        Ever feel like you live in the state of confusion?

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                        • #13


                          WHO KILLED TERRY YEAKEY?

                          by Pat Shannan
                          (Edited for Size)

                          Terry Yeakey was a giant of a man with a heart as big as the rest of him. I
                          wish I had known him. He was a crusader for truth. Whenever his name is
                          mentioned, I think of the news photo of him sprinting down NW 5th Street
                          toward the Murrah Building in OKLAHOMA CITY on another of the many rescue missions he
                          performed that ugly day. In his blue uniform, he tends to remind us of a NFL
                          linebacker about to put the sack on an unfortunate quarterback, but this is
                          quickly overridden by the grave concern on the face of a policeman in a
                          panic to save lives.

                          After numerous private investigators produced irrefutable evidence of
                          multiple explosions, unexploded bombs being hauled away after the fact, and
                          the complete and total incapability of an Ammonium Nitrate Fuel Oil (ANFO)
                          bomb to cause the cause the kind of devastation seen in downtown Oklahoma
                          City, a giant government cover-up became obvious.


                          Only a couple of hours into the rescue, Sgt. Terrence Yeakey became
                          painfully aware of something disturbing. Did he somehow figure out that the
                          building had been blown from the inside and that the news reports were
                          baloney? Did he overhear a strange conversation from some of the many ATF
                          agents who were on the scene sooner than they should have been? Whatever it
                          was, Terry was upset. He called his wife that morning crying and saying repeatedly, "It's not true. It's
                          not what they are saying. It didn't happen that way." Terry Yeakey may have
                          been the first to discover the sham
                          .


                          He ran back and forth into that concrete mess of bricks and mortar all day
                          long and continued beyond exhaustion, far into the night. He scraped and
                          crawled and dug until his fingers bled and then kept digging some more. In a
                          cadre of heroes that day, Terry's performance was outstanding. On May 11th,
                          the following year he was scheduled to receive the Medal of Valor from the
                          Oklahoma City Police Department. He never got it. He was murdered on May 8,
                          1996, in the country - two and a half miles west of the El Reno
                          Penitentiary.


                          The official report said "Suicide," and anyone who believes an ANFO bomb
                          destroyed Murrah and the other surrounding buildings will believe this.
                          According to the report, Terry slashed himself eleven times on both forearms before cutting his own throat twice near the jugular vein. Then, apparently seeking even a more private place to die, he crawled another mile of rough terrain away from his car and climbed a fence, before shooting himself in the headwith a small caliber revolver. What appeared to be rope burns on his neck, handcuff bruises to his wrists, and muddy grass imbedded in his slash wounds strongly indicated that he had some help in traversing this final distance.




                          The bullet's entrance wound was in the right temple, above the eye. It went
                          through the policeman's head and exited in the area of the left cheek, near
                          the bottom of the ear lobe line. The trajectory was from a 40-45 degree
                          angle above his head. There were no powder burns. No weapon was ever
                          reported as found at the scene
                          , but independent investigators speculated
                          that had Yeakey shot himself with standard police issue - a Glock 9mm or a
                          .357 Magnum - his head would have been far more destroyed than it apparently
                          was.





                          Example of skull xray showing downward path of bullet exhibited in Yeakey's autopsy drawing.

                          One of the last people Officer Yeakey talked to was a friend who knew he was
                          on a mission of private investigation. Terry had told him that he was on his
                          way to El Reno to check out something but first he had to shake the FBI
                          agents who were following him.
                          He was traveling in his private automobile,
                          and witnesses said later that the inside looked like someone had "butchered
                          a hog" on the front seat.

                          While political assassinations within American borders have become more
                          prevalent in recent years, the ploy to place the blame on someone else -
                          even the victim himself - is nothing new. Neither is the gullibility of the
                          American public.

                          Although the Yeakey incident occurred some thirty miles away in a different
                          jurisdiction, the investigation was quickly taken out of the hands of the El
                          Reno police and the Canadian County sheriff and turned over to the Oklahoma
                          City Police Department and the FBI. No homicide investigation was ever
                          conducted, and there was no autopsy.

                          In an interview with Terry's widow, Tonia Yeakey revealed that her husband
                          had been very upset by something he had seen under the day care center on
                          April 19th. He had wanted to go back and photograph it, but the officials
                          would not let him onto the site again.
                          The Oklahoma Bombing Investigation
                          Committee (OKBIC) speculates that what Terry saw may have coincided with the
                          possible evidence of another unreported bombing device uncovered by their
                          "science people."

                          Mrs. Yeakey also said that Terry was supposed to be decorated for his work
                          as a rescue person, but didn't want to be put in the limelight. Terry felt
                          the investigation was fraudulent and didn't like the fact that the OKPD was
                          honoring people who really weren't deserving of the honor.

                          Sgt. Yeakey had told friends that he was going out of town to hide or secure
                          "evidence of a cover-up of the bombing by federal agents." It was his day
                          off, and he was traveling in his private automobile. In his last known
                          conversation, Terry reportedly told a friend that he "was being followed by
                          the feds and had to shake them." Previously, his household had been
                          subjected to numerous threatening phone calls by persons unknown, threats
                          which have not ceased even with his death.

                          Tonia Yeakey moved five times in the first three years since the Oklahoma City
                          tragedy. She continues to get intimidating letters and threatening phone
                          calls. Since her husband's death, her home has been broken into and personal
                          threats have been written on her living room walls. She remains in fear for
                          her life, constantly seeking asylum, with no place to turn.


                          Sgt. Terry Yeakey was murdered, and just as with the absurd conclusions in
                          the Vince Foster case, the closing of the case as a "suicide" is ludicrous.

                          Webmaster's note: All the autopsy evidence shows that Yeakey's wounds were consistent with a torture-execution. The fatal shot was fired from a pistol with a silencer, held in contact with Yeakey's skull, leaving a barrel imprint and very little powder residue. No pistol was found at the scene until the FBI arrived, over an hour after the body was found. Handcuff marks were on both wrists according to the funeral home director. By the time the body arrived at the funeral home, the wrist lacerations had been sewn up and mud and grass was inside--showing that Yeakey was dragged through the mud as he attempted to fight off his attackers.


                          I bring this up to remind ALL OF YOU one thing.... The people in charge of our goverment are not just corrupt, they are evil... They don't care about killing innocent men,women and children, and as you can see here, they CERTAINLY don't care about killing their own cops or soldiers, especially if they prove to be a threat to them and their secrecy....Terrence Yeakey understood that his duty and his loyalty lie to the people he was sworn in to protect... The problem was he understood it too well, and died trying to give US the truth...

                          Oklahoma city was a sham, conducted by our own goverment, and Terrence knew this,and had proof of it...and if they were capable of doing this, what makes you think 9-11 was any diffrent?and before you answer, remember that 300+ Members of New York's finest died that day too... I wonder what THEY knew....

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                          • #14
                            "Anyone is capable of anything"

                            "I did absolutely nothing, and it was everything I thought it could be".

                            -Peter Gibbons
                            Office Space

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                            • #15
                              I will let my sig line speak for me.

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