THE LAST FIVE DAYS: APRIL 14-18, 1993: WHAT THE NEGOTIATION TRANSCRIPTS ACTUALLY REVEAL and DID DAVID KORESH REPEATEDLY LIE TO NEGOTIATORS ABOUT COMING OUT OF MT CARMEL?
Tabor [James D.] (1993-5)
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Fax sent by James Tabor debating two government claims regarding negotiations with David Koresh. First one prepared by Dr. James Tabor and Dr. Phillip Arnold with assistance of Dick Reavis; second one compiled by Dr. James Tabor, Dr. Phillip Arnold, and Dick Reavis.
DescriptionTabor is a religious scholar and co-author of ‘Why Waco? Cults and the Battle for Religious Freedom in America’. This document is from box 8 folder 24, which contains: emails from Tabor to Dick Reavis; Phillip Arnold to ‘Dear Colleague’; chronological interpretive log of siege; ‘Mt. Carmel: A Day of Information’ program; Tabor’s ‘The Dynamics of Biblical Apocaypticism [sic] at Waco’; copies paper and magazine clippings; Leiby email to Tabor, cc Reavis; July 25 Shumer testimony; ‘Last Five Days...What the Negotiation Transcripts Actually Reveal’; ‘Did DK Repeatedly Lie to Negotiators about Coming Out of Mt. Carmel?’; ‘Urgent’ communication from Tabor and Arnold to committee chairmen Zeliff and McCollum; issue of Bible Review, 10/93. ‘One: What Might Have Been’, marked ‘confidential.’ 21 of 155 pages digitized.
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