Death Gallery: Catalogue of Evidence
The following evidence forms a permanent part of the Museum collection
for the Death Gallery, and is fully referenced from appropriate points
in the exhibit pages.
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Figure 1 US News/World Report, May 3,
1993: Magnified view of concrete room from the air after the fire
Figure 2 Newsweek, May 3, 1993: Magnified
view of concrete room from the air after the fire
Figure 3 Time Magazine, May 3, 1993: Front
of concrete room
Figure 5 US News/World Report, May 3,
1993: 3 men covering body on top of concrete room
Figure 6 US News/World Report, July 24,
1995: Man on concrete room with ATF flag flying
Figure 7 Time Magazine, July 24, 1995:
Five men on roof of concrete room, bobcat in foreground
Figure 8 Thompson: 5 men on roof of concrete
room, bobcat in foreground
Figure 9 Thompson: 3 men on roof of concrete
room, school bus in foreground
Figure 10 Thompson: 2 men on roof of concrete
Figure 11 Unofficial source: 5 men on
roof of concrete room, 2 bobcats in foreground
Figure 12 Unofficial source: Rifles leaning
against inside wall of concrete room
Figure 13 Unofficial source: Ruin of walk-in
refrigerator in concrete room
Figure 14 Unofficial source: Small hole
in roof of concrete room
Figure 15 Washington Times, 4/24/93: FBI
agents combing ruins for clues
Figure 16 Newsweek, May 17, 1993, pg.
50: Children of Henry family.
Figure 17 Newsweek, May 3, 1993, pg. 22:
Rachel Koresh and her children.
Map 1: Remains Recovered from Mt. Carmel:
Map 2: Remains Recovered from Mt. Carmel:
Map 3: Remains Recovered from Mt. Carmel:
Roof of Concrete Room
Map 4: Remains Recovered from Mt. Carmel:
Document 1: Washington Post, April 20,
1993: Final Death Toll of Waco Cult appears to be 77, Officials Say
Document 2 Dallas Morning News: Cult member's
lawyer seeks new pathologist for autopsies
Document 3 Dallas Morning News, April
22, 1993: Cultist's lawyer criticizes Tarrant medical examiner
Document 4 Washington Post, April 21,
1993: Cultists may have been forced to stay
Document 5 Washington Times, September
13, 1993: Secrecy shrouds coroners' talks on Waco deaths
Document 6 Washington Times, April 24,
1993: Clinton defends Waco strategy
Document 7 Chicago Tribune, April 21,
1993: Search for bodies is delayed
Document 8 Washington Post, September
14, 1995: FBI crime laboratory being probed
Document 8 Washington Post, September
14, 1995: FBI crime laboratory being probed (continuation)
Document 9 Chicago Tribune, April 21,
1993: FBI: Koresh wanted his kids to perish
Document 10 Judge Collier's transmittal
letter of June 28, 1995
Document 11 Judge Collier's transmittal
letter of July 13, 1995
Document 12 Dallas Morning News, April
21, 1993: Dr. Rodney Crow's plan for recovering the Mt. Carmel remains
Document 13 Dallas Morning News, April
21, 1993: FBI partial list of Mt. Carmel residents
Dallas Morning News, April 10, 1993: Cult releases victims' names
Transcripts of Testimony
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in the Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum is an acid test.
Does your news source promote Mike McNulty's video, Waco: The Rules
of Engagement or wring its hands because the Davidian law suit against
the government failed? (See Waco
Documentary Is A Hoax! and Waco
Suits for Waco Suckers.)
Does your alternate news source carry promotional pieces about rebuilding
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(See The Cover-up Church.)
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