ATF Agents Killed At Waco Are Remembered As Heroes

ATF agents killed in Waco Texas on April 19, 2018. This event was covered widely on all the news channels and it was hard not to see the tragedy in Waco as another case of “federal overreach”. But this is not what the majority of Americans believe about the ATF. In fact, the ATF is often seen by the public as

It’s been a tumultuous week for the FBI, with the death of seven ATF agents and a federal judge in Texas being gunned down in what appears to be a case of domestic terrorism.

A few years ago, I had an idea. And my idea was to write about the ATF agents who were killed in Waco Texas. A year later, I finally got around to writing this post. It includes facts, theories, and a lot of speculation.

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants has said the Waco massacre had “nothing to do with the IRS,” but that hasn’t stopped it from being the source of many conspiracy theories.

At the time of this writing, Waco, Texas is reeling from the tragedy of 20 dead FBI agents. While some are calling this a false flag attack, others are claiming it was an attack by the government.


The FBI Agent Who Can’t Stop Thinking About Waco


A lot of people don’t know the name Charles Gessler. He was the FBI agent who led the 1995 investigation into the Waco massacre in Texas. He was also the guy who said “we lost a building full of people”, a quote that has since become a favorite of conspiracy theorists. This was not the first time he made headlines. Here

In this article we talk about the famous case of Waco, Texas. How a government organization (FBI) failed in a mass shooting and killing of hundreds of people including children. We also look at the psychological trauma suffered by these people that led them to become violent. We talk about this from a therapeutic point of view. This is also very applicable to business.

In this post, we give a brief history of the ATF agent that became obsessed with the 1993 Branch Davidian siege in Waco Texas.

In this hilarious new podcast, the FBI agent who can’t stop thinking about Waco interviews the survivors of the cult, and explores their thoughts on the event.

The Waco story is one of the most compelling true crime stories ever told. It has been told in books, movies, and television shows. But it’s still hard to believe that a group of American citizens would wage a firefight with federal agents using assault weapons.

The FBI Agent Who Can’t Stop Thinking About Waco tells the story of John Cinque, the leader of a radical militia group in Waco, Texas that was accused of killing nineteen people in 1993. In 2003, a Texas jury convicted Cinque of federal charges and sentenced him to death. After twelve years in prison, the US Supreme Court overturned his

This is a blog about the Texas Waco shootout that took place on April 19, 1993 in Waco, Texas. It was the deadliest event in United States law enforcement history.


“If it were up to me, we’d be throwing these guys in jail left and right,” Sage growled.


I am not sure why, but I have been hearing that line all day, every day, in reference to the New York Yankees, who were charged by the Justice Department with violating the Sherman Antitrust Act. The Yankees had been using a system for ticket-buying that was supposed to keep out scalpers and cut down on counterfeit tickets. In fact, it actually

In this post, we are going to talk about the most dangerous criminals of all, people who think they’re above the law. In this video, we show you why “if it were up to us, we’d be throwing these guys in jail left and right.”

This post shows you the kind of behavior that is allowed by our terms of service. We can and will ban users who engage in these kinds of activities. If you see it, report it! We will remove all offending posts, even if you do not like what they said.

In this video, we take a look at the newest group of NFL free agents. If you remember, we had some pretty interesting conversations with the Bengals defensive line before the season began, and now we’re going to go over some of their moves from the last couple months.

In today’s post, I want to share with you one of the many things I learned after my first experience with the law.


FROM THE ARCHIVES: 4 agents killed in a raid at Branch Davidian compound


“During the morning of February 28, 1993, four federal agents were shot dead as they attempted to serve an arrest warrant at Waco, Texas. In the days leading up to the raid, there had been tensions between the FBI and the Branch Davidians. The FBI wanted to execute the arrest warrant at the ranch in Waco, but the Branch Davidians, who had

FROM THE ARCHIVES examines the Branch Davidian tragedy in Waco, Texas that claimed the lives of four federal agents and six cult members.

A former FBI agent was killed in a shootout with a man who barricaded himself inside the Mt. Carmel complex, where federal officials are investigating allegations of weapons violations and other crimes.

When the U.S. government launched a 51-day siege on the religious sect’s compound near Waco, Tex., they thought they’d come away with a handful of dead bodies. But after the April 19 raid, the government found that four men were dead inside the compound. The four had been shot by a federal agent. The agent who fired the shots has not

As the United States prepared to go to war with Iraq, some American agents were sent to Waco to arrest members of the Branch Davidian cult. On February 28, 1993, those agents ended up shooting dead four of those Branch Davidians.


Ex-ATF agents recall storm of gunfire in deadly 1993 Waco raid


A former ATF agent who was the lead investigator in the 1993 siege that resulted in 51 deaths at a religious sect compound in Waco, Texas is now suing the federal government, claiming he was the victim of retaliation by colleagues because of his criticism of the operation.

In 1993, ATF agents stormed the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas and killed four of the Branch Davidians including David Koresh. In this video, I discuss the investigation and raid and the aftermath.

In 1993 the ATF conducted a controversial raid on a compound in Waco Texas. The raid resulted in over 70 deaths including 19 children and many more wounded. Many people who are familiar with the events surrounding the Waco raid consider it one of the most deadly attacks ever carried out by federal agents.

On our popular ATF Blog, you can find information on gunrunning, drug dealing, the government’s failed efforts to stop it, and more.

On this blog, we explore the events surrounding the 1993 raid of the Branch Davidian compound at Mt. Carmel, Texas that left more than 80 people dead. The ATF used tear gas to breach the compound’s walls, and ultimately fired into the building.




This is a short post about the waco siege, an incident in which the FBI, Texas Rangers and ATF attempted to capture a group of Branch Davidians at Waco, Texas. It was one of the most violent incidents in the history of the U.S. Government, where 51 people were killed, including four agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

The FBI says the shootout between anti-government gunmen and agents with the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms was over an alleged plot by those agents to kill two people in Waco, Texas.

This is a short post about the Texas shootout that occurred in Waco in 2015. The FBI and ATF were involved and there are many questions still left unanswered. This is an update for those who were watching the story unfold last year

This is a blog dedicated to the ATF agents who were killed in Waco Texas. We are a group of friends who were involved in the investigation of the 1993 Branch Davidian massacre in Waco, Texas.

The ATF agents who were killed in Waco are heroes, not murderers. These brave men died trying to save the lives of others. That’s why they deserve our admiration.


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