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Utah federal judge mulling whether to hold FBI in contempt

A federal judge in Utah found Thursday that the FBI’s report on a witness tampering allegation in a case involving Oklahoma City bombing records was incomplete and that the bureau was late in filing it with the court.

But U.S. District Judge Clark Waddoups has delayed a decision on whether to hold the Bureau in contempt for the failure.

The tampering claim came up during a four-day bench trial in July on Trentadue’s lawsuit, which claims the FBI failed to conduct a search reasonably calculated to locate all requested records in its possession. The FBI has responded that it conducted an "exhaustive" search; Waddoups took the case under consideration and has yet to rule.

On the second day of trial, Trentadue said he had just learned one of his witnesses, John Matthews, who he describes as a former undercover operative for the government, was backing out of testifying after talking to someone with the FBI. According to court documents, Matthews planned to testify that he believed the FBI was monitoring bomber Timothy McVeigh in the run up to the 1995 detonation at the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is obvious that this government will do anything to protect its original narrative on the OKC bombing, even 19 years after the fact.

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