Sunday, February 28, 2021

On this day in history....ATF raids Branch Davidian compound


At Mount Carmel in Waco, Texas, agents of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) launch a raid against the Branch Davidian compound as part of an investigation into illegal possession of firearms and explosives by the Christian cult. 

As the agents attempted to penetrate the complex, gunfire erupted, beginning an extended gun battle that left four ATF agents dead and 15 wounded. Six Branch Davidians were fatally wounded, and several more were injured, including David Koresh, the cult’s founder and leader. After 45 minutes of shooting, the ATF agents withdrew, and a cease-fire was negotiated over the telephone. The operation, which involved more than 100 ATF agents, was the one of the largest ever mounted by the bureau and resulted in the highest casualties of any ATF operation.


Mark my words.  We will see something like this in the near future...only on steroids.

My guess?

Some federal task force (law enforcement) will go after a militia group, white supremacists or even a gaggle of sovereign citizens (they're all penetrated either online or have snitches in the ranks anyway!) and it will be a fight that will fill a few caskets.

Waco will look like a picnic.

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