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Blood in the Sand: A Shocking True Story of Murder, Revenge, and Greed in Las Vegas (Second Book of the Gods)

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Cliff Linedecker; National Enquirer

However, modern historians, including Clifford L. Linedecker, author of say claims of others, such as Walter Williams and John Sallings, were disproven.

One well made point comes up early in his book; Waco was a frontier town, coming from an ilk of shoot em out cowboy style and the Old West. The tradition of possessing guns and lots of them is very strong in Waco. Linedecker argues (or rather points out the obvious) the Branch Davidians were just like everyone else in Texas who asserts their Second Amendment Rights, even if they took it to an extreme, which they did. The ATF was totally outgunned on February 28th, the Shoot-Out at OK Corral (Linedecker uses the power phrase ‘Ranch Apocalypse’ for Mount Carmel) by analogy.

Cliff Linedecker, National Enquirer


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Cliff Linedecker; National Enquirer

Boone County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Jason Reynolds said Linedecker, driving a 1984 Oldsmobile, was going west in the 2400 block of CR 75 N (also known as Ratsburg Road) when he veered off the north side of the road, swerved to the south side, hit a telephone pole, and overturned.

One well made point comes up early in his book; Waco was a frontier town, coming from an ilk of shoot em out cowboy style and the Old West. The tradition of possessing guns and lots of them is very strong in Waco. Linedecker argues (or rather points out the obvious) the Branch Davidians were just like everyone else in Texas who asserts their Second Amendment Rights, even if they took it to an extreme, which they did. The ATF was totally outgunned on February 28th, the Shoot-Out at OK Corral (Linedecker uses the power phrase ‘Ranch Apocalypse’ for Mount Carmel) by analogy.