Scott Horton Interviews Jesse Trentadue

Scott Horton, April 21, 2011

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Jesse Trentadue, attorney and brother of Kenneth Trentadue (who was probably tortured and killed by FBI agents mistaking him for Richard Lee Guthrie a.k.a. John Doe No. 2 in the wake of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing), discusses the elaborate coverup of Kenneth’s murder while in federal custody; Guthrie’s 1996 “suicide” in a Kentucky jail just before he could fulfill a tell-all plea deal; the many documents dug up by Jesse’s tireless FOIA lawsuits; and the approaching court battle on OKC surveillance tapes that should show Timothy McVeigh and the Ryder truck (and John Doe No. 2?) but instead are missing crucial seconds or just “can’t be found” by the FBI.

MP3 here. (18:03)

Scott’s collection of OKC audio clips here.

Scott’s collection of Jesse Trentadue’s court files here.

Interviews of the late J.D. Cash, Roger Charles, James Ridgeway, Frederic Whitehurst, Rick Ojeda and others on the Oklahoma City Bombing available here.

Jesse Trentadue is an attorney in Salt Lake City, Utah.

6 Responses to “Jesse Trentadue”

  1. scott I followed the link to your "many documents" they wouldn't open. Are they still extant? Does the file still exist?

  2. Great. Exposing the OKC coverup is important, but exposing the 9/11 coverup is downright urgent given that 9/11 is the supposed justification for the "war on terror" and the "patriot" act and the death of habeas.
    Priorities seem rather messed up here.

  3. Shoot. Let me see what I can do…

  4. A group can multitask.

  5. collection of OKC audio clips not working

  6. Fixed.

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