The Secret Life of Timothy McVeigh, Corbett Report Open Source Investigation

I learned a new term that I can add to my vocabulary; sheepdipped. Apparently ‘sheepdipping’ is a somewhat common practice in our military. The process is employed when they want to use a soldier for very deep (and dark) operations but don’t want them to have any public affiliation with the military. Hence, they stay employed though in public record terms have been discharged and in the case of Timothy  McVeigh there is enough information to at least form a hypothesis that indeed such was  his status and that indeed he was not only working as a sheep dipped agent as part of the OKC operation but that he may even still be alive. You’ll have to watch the entire documentary to get  the details about this.

Timothy James McVeigh, a suspect in the car bombing of the Alfred Murray Building in Oklahoma City, is escorted from the Noble County Courthouse in Perry, Okla., Friday, April 21, 1995. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

Timothy James McVeigh, a suspect in the car bombing of the Alfred Murray Building in Oklahoma City, is escorted from the Noble County Courthouse in Perry, Okla., Friday, April 21, 1995. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

Timothy McVeigh. We’ve been told so much about him, the Oklahoma City bombing, and what it meant for America. But what if it’s all a lie? Join us today for this special Corbett Report podcastumentary as we examine the multiple trucks, multiple bombs, government informants, faked executions and other pieces of information suggesting that McVeigh was not a “lone wolf bomber” at all but a sheepdipped special forces operative working for the government, exactly as he claimed