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Walkerville, VA
Monday, November 20, 2017
Carolyn Purcell, Editor

No bullets fired during Davidian fire

Branch Davidians used invisible bullets during fateful raid.

Vector Data, video experts hired by Federal Judge Walter Smith to analyze the FLIR video data shot during the Waco fire of April 19, 1993, announced that there was no firing by either the FBI or the Branch Davidians.

“No gunshots were visible on the tape, which would have picked up gunshots if they existed.”

When FBI officials were asked about their allegations that they were under “constant full auto fire” during the incident, the FBI said “we believe the Branch Davidians were utilizing new Black Talon Cyclone Infrared Invisible Bullets.” An FBI spokesperson called on Congress to make these bullets illegal for civilian purchase. Currently, anyone over the age of twelve can purchase the BTCII bullets in bulk while purchasing their handguns. Some gun stores even give it away free with the purchase of a nuclear warhead. “This must be stopped,” said the FBI spokesperson. “Invisible bullets are undetectable to the naked eye and can kill without warning or knowledge. The victims don’t even know they’re dead. Anyone you meet, at any time of the day or night, might be a victim of these deadly invisible bullets.”

Vector Data further noted that there was no indication of CS gas or fire on the FLIR (infrared) video. “We do not believe that anything happened that day at all,” said a Vector Data spokesperson. “The controversy is officially over,” said Janet Reno. “There was no fire, there was no gas, there were no bullets, and there are no Branch Davidians. Ignore the man behind the curtain.”

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