RANDALL WEAVER DID NOTHING WRONG
It's a little past the date of the OKC "bombing" and after a long while, I decided to revisit it and look closer at McVeigh and what actually happened that day in 1995.
But if you want to understand OKC, you should understand Ruby Ridge and Waco. We're absorbing a lot of newfag redditors who probably don't understand the significance of or have never even heard of Ruby Ridge.
TLDR for Ruby Ridge:
Randy Weaver, his wife and family are Christian/White Separatists/WN who go to live in rural Idaho. Their former Iowa school district doesn't allow homeschooling, so they go off the grid in Idaho in an area with other Christian/WNs.
Randy becomes involved in a local movement while the same movement is being infiltrated by alphabet. An agent offers him some money for a sawed-off shotgun and Randy may or may not have sawed off the barrels and gives him the shotguns.
In a series of events in exchange for Randy's freedom, they want Randy to become an informant. Randy refuses and is later scheduled to go to court, which he does not show up to.
Media gets ahold of the story and does what media does, puffs it up with all the usual imagery and they begin surveillance on Randy's home and family. Agents go up the hill, kill the family dog, never identifying themselves as agents, and a shootout ensues. His 13 year old son is shot dead and 21 year old man was shot. In a standoff involving APCs, snipers and helicopters, they kill Randy's wife also.
The details are foggy, but this documentary tells it pretty well, from what I can remember.
Dump any and all Ruby Ridge documentation, good documentaries or websites that shed more light on one of most blatant injustices against whites this country has ever seen.