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Committee for Waco
Committe for Waco Justice Updates/Waco News going back to 1994
Committee for Waco Justice is a small group of mostly libertarians which
has been very active in the Washington, D.C. area. We
have been successful at getting word out to the public, press and Congress about Bureau
of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms' (ATF) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's
(FBI) crimes against the Branch Davidians. Members have demonstrated
on the anniversaries of the ATF and FBI assaults and of the sentencing
of Davidian prisoners at the Washington headquarters of the, and at the
White House and the Justice Department. From 1994 to 1999 and in 2001 we
erected 82 crosses on the Ellipse south of the White House before and on
the anniversary of the April 19, 1993 fire that killed most of the group's
Committee members have demonstrated at Congress and provided ample documentation to their researchers in order to lobby for Congressional hearings. Members sat through all ten days of House and the two days of Senate hearings. The Committee will keep active because those hearings did not result in the complete exposure of the crimes of federal agents--particularly the ATF firing from helicopters that killed four Davidians, the fact ATF shot first at the front door, the fact the FBI purposely sabotaged negotiations, or the fact that they came up with a plan to destroy the building so they could destroy evidence of illegal ATF gunfire.
Also, we have worked for the freedom and protection of seven Davidian prisoners who remain in federal prisons. In the past some have been being psychologically, administratively and even physically abused. (See Davidian Prisoners page.)
One of our leading members, Carol Moore, has had her thoroughly documented mass market paperback The Davidian Massacre published by Gun Owners Foundation. She has provided information to many researchers around the country and to the Davidian defense and civil suit attorneys.
"WacoMassacre: Never Again" banner created
by Ian Goddard.
The Committee for Waco Justice set up a memorial with 82 crosses at the Ellipse,
south of the White House from 1994 to 1999
Photo copyright Carol Moore 1998. Photo may be used only with permission.