Mike McNulty made two important documentaries during the 1990s on the siege and massacre at Waco. The first documentary, Rules of Engagement, was up for an Oscar; it was attacked by both the Patriot Right and the State, suggesting it might be worth seeing. His follow up, A New Revelation, entered proof of the State firing on the Davidians including shots from Lon Horiuchi. Two additional items, the presence of Delta Force at Waco, and the role Hillary Clinton and Vince Foster played in the massacre were documented.
When the State finally set up a slightly more independent investigatory body, headed by Senator John Danforth, an Episcopalian minister, McNulty was a thorn in his side, turning his FLIR material over to the investigation. The lead expert, Carlos Ghigliotti, died.
In entirely unrelated news in Missouri Republican Gubernatorial politics, Tom Schweich, who was to challenge for the Republican Governor’s nomination, and who had alleged anti-Semitism from the Missouri State GOP last November, committed suicide on Feb. 26
Prior to becoming a Missouri state civil servant/politician, Schweich had worked on anti-drug policy in Afghanistan (i.e. managing the drug trade); before that he worked for Senator Danforth in the UN, and before that, he helped Senator Danforth’s Waco investigation.
Just a juxtaposition, not an insinuation that this has anything to do with a possible Hillary Clinton, or another Bush, campaign.
Rest in peace, Mike McNulty.