When Tulsa Police Officer Craig Roberts saw the television coverage of the Oklahoma City Bombing on the morning of April 19, 1995, little did he realize that within days he would be assigned to the case. Over the following weeks and months Roberts investigated the events leading up to and surrounding the bombing, followed leads that led him into very dangerous places, interviewed witnesses, and gathered numerous case files. His investigation, with the help of others, would take him in a totally different direction than what the official government and mainstream media versions portrayed. Like his previous book, "The Medusa File--Crimes and Coverups of the U.S. Government," Roberts pulls no punches. After more than twenty years he felt that it was time to condense four file boxes full of case files into book form so that the real facts of the case can finally be told. The American people are owed the truth, and so are the 168 victims who lost their lives in this tragic event.
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About the Author
Craig Roberts is a retired police officer with 27 years service. His police assignments included patrol, undercover, Special Operations (TAC squad), bomb squad, community relations, and 14 years as a police helicopter pilot. His military career spanned 30 years, with 5 years active duty in the US Marines (with a year in Vietnam), and 25 years in the Army National Guard and Army Reserve, rising from sergeant to lieutenant colonel. Roberts retired from the Tulsa Police Department in 1996, and from the Army Reserve in 2006. He is the author or co-author over more than 20 books, both fiction and non-fiction. His bio can be found on his website at www.riflewarior.com.