Black Ops Contractor Reveals CIA Blew Up OKC Building — Hours Later He’s in a Near Fatal Collision

Black Ops Contractor Reveals CIA Blew Up OKC Building—Hours Later He’s in a Near Fatal Collision:

Only hours after a black ops contractor blew the whistle on an alleged $1 million dollar offer to bomb the Murrah Building in 1995, he was in a near-fatal car accident.#

Oklahoma City, OK – In what can only be described as a bombshell revelation, a former independent black ops contractor, Cody Snodgres, recently blew the whistle on a plot in which he alleges that he was offered $1 million from a CIA contact to bomb the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City — prior to the deadly bombing of the federal building on April 19, 1995.

“For over 20 years, I was an Independent Contractor (IC), specializing in sensitive, covert assignments, as well as bodyguard work. In 1994 I was given the task to blow up the Alfred P. Murray building in Oklahoma City. This job came from an x-US military man, who told me he worked covertly for CIA. I refused on moral grounds. My strong opposition to attacking U.S. citizens on our own soil changed my status from a CIA asset into a liability, a private, Independent Contractor who ‘knew too much’”.

In radio interviews on December 4 and 5, Snodgres, who subsequently refused the offer to blow up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, gave testimony that detailed the nefarious offer.

Ironically, Snogres was in a near-fatal car accident only hours after his whistle-blowing radio appearance, according to reports.

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Oklahoma City Murrah Building Bombing Solved – It’s a Hoax

Oklahoma City Murrah Building Bombing Solved – It’s a Hoax

H/t reader squodgy:

“Could the Oklahoma event have been the beginning of the trend for Deep State/Shadow Government campaigns of fearmongering to soften up the population into a pliable and compliant being, leading to full blown zionist jew controlled fascism?

Assuming the following has foundation, then looking back over the ensuing 20 years, it does all knit together quite nicely, and it’s time we the people see what’s going on.

We are long overdue another one, but the more desperate the perps become, the more real casualties.”

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Snowfall records “smashed” in Oklahoma and Texas

Snowfall records “smashed” in Oklahoma and Texas (Ice Age Now, Dec 29, 2014):

27 Dec 2014 – “Oklahoma City’s one-day snow fall record of 1.3 inches set in 1968 was smashed with 3.5 inches of snowfall on Saturday,” says this article in the Duncan Banner.

Just across the Red River in Texas, Wichita Falls saw 2 inches of snow.

“According to the National Weather Services, the oldest records show there has never been snow on Dec. 27 in Wichita Falls.” (italics added)

(Two inches of snow may not sound like much, but compared to “never,” it’s a definite record.)

Total Destruction: Two-Mile-Wide Tornado Slams Oklahoma City Area (CNN – KFOR Video)

Two-mile-wide tornado slams Oklahoma City area (CNN, May 20, 2013):

Shawnee, Oklahoma (CNN) — A powerful tornado blasted an area outside of Oklahoma City on Monday, ripping roofs off buildings, leveling homes and leaving a massive band of destruction in its wake.

In the desperate seconds and minutes after the storm passed, the human toll was not yet clear.

Survivors emerged from shelters to see an apocalyptic vision — the remnants of cars twisted and piled on each other to make what had been a parking lot look like a junk yard. Bright orange flames roaring from a structure that was blazing even as rain continued to fall.

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5.6 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Central Oklahoma After Earlier Shakers

5.6 earthquake hits central Oklahoma after earlier shakers (MSNBC, Nov. 6, 2011):

Tremor is felt across wide area; chimneys, walls collapse; roads buckle

OKLAHOMA CITY — A 5.6 magnitude earthquake shook central Oklahoma late Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

What could be the largest temblor in the state’s history damaged homes, shook buildings, caused cracks and rattled a college football stadium 50 miles from the epicenter.

Emergency management officials in Lincoln County were reporting significant damage, NBC station KJRH of Tulsa reported.

Chimneys collapsed through roofs of homes, KJRH reported. Damage to the Prague library included collapsed air conditioning ducts and a collapsed wall.

Area residents reported glass breaking and items falling from walls, NBC News reported.

Several roadways buckled, including Highway 62 and other county roads, KJRH said.

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Oklahoma City Rain At 1.62 Microsieverts Per Hour, ‘Dangerous Radiation Background’ (Video – Aug 6, 2011)


Aug 6, 2011 Oklahoma City First Rain Since Drought Started.

Rain stopped long enough to go outside and see what came down in the rain. Got rain sample from top of plastic trash bin. Started raining again toward the end of the video. I had to stop and get out of it. You can come to your own conclusion of what is going on in this video.