Two Worlds Paradigm Example of Terrance Yeakey:

Two Worlds Paradigm

FALSE WORLD EXPLANATION:  Terrance Yeakey was an Oklahoma City Police officer and one of the first responders in the Oklahoma City Bombing of the Alfred T. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City by Timothy McVeigh.  Yeakey was so traumatized by his experience of being a first responder and carrying out dead children out of the building that he later committed suicide.

REAL WORLD EXPLANATION:  Terrance Yeakey was an Oklahoma City Police officer and one of the first responders in the Oklahoma City Bombing of the Alfred T. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City that was in actuality an inside job by the U.S. Federal Government, the CIA, the Israeli Mossad, among others.  As one of the first responders to this tragedy, Terrance Yeakey observed something very suspicious inside the building such as evidence of a bomb being purposely planted below the daycare center inside the Building.  Terrance Yeakey later became involved in his own independent investigation to try to determine the truth of what really happened in the Oklahoma City Bombing.  Because of his investigation, Terrence Yeakey was targeted by members of the CIA, the FBI, and the Israeli Mossad.  These people badly harassed Yeakey in an attempt to intimidate him and to get him to stop his investigation.  When Terrance Yeakey persisted with his investigation he was murdered.  Before Terrance Yeakey was murdered he was brutally tortured.  Terrance Yeakey was an honest Oklahoma City Police officer who tried to investigate the truth about the Oklahoma City Bombing and that led to his murder.  Yeakey got no help at all from the Oklahoma City Police Department in this.  Instead the Oklahoma City Police Department completely turned against him.  This indicates that the leadership of the Oklahoma City Police Department had been previously infiltrated by the very same people as were behind the Oklahoma City Bombing.

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