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898 SA-3851-SVBA SA WDTX-72 #32 4/19/93

dc.contributorSage, Byronen_US
dc.creatorFederal Bureau of Investigationen_US
dc.descriptionMPEG audio file; AIFF audio file; 128 kpbs bit rate; 44.100 kHz sample rate.
dc.descriptionSide A is blank. Side B only has 4:39 of audio. Digitized in AIFF and MP3 formats.
dc.descriptionCondition: Fair
dc.description.abstractLoudspeaker instructions by Byron Sage on April 19, 1993, after the fire has started.
dc.format.mediumCassette Tapeen_US
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dc.rightsPublic domainen_US
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dc.titleLoudspeaker instructions by Byron Sage on April 19, 1993, after the fire has starteden_US
dc.title898 SA-3851-SVBA SA WDTX-72 #32 4/19/93en_US
txstate.source.locationSouthwestern Writers Collectionen_US
txstate.source.locationDick J. Reavis Papersen_US
dcterms.subjectMount Carmel
dcterms.subjectFederal Bureau of Investigation


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  • Ashes of Waco
    Selections from journalist Dick Reavis’ research into the raid, siege and burning of the Branch Davidians’ Mount Carmel Center near Waco, Texas by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) and the FBI, as well as background on the Branch Davidian religious sect who lived there.

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