Given the recent (3/3/2023) CNN.com piece on the murder of Terry Yeakey, there will likely be people interested in looking into this case.
For my followers, I have put together a list of sources you will want to examine if you are reseaching this subject:
The Murder of Terry Yeakey
David Hoffman. “The Death of Oklahoma City Police Officer Terrance Yeakey.” Washington Weekly, April 21, 1997.
Wendy Painting. “The Strange Death of Terry Yeakey.” 9/11 Research. 911blogger.com (blog), October 2, 2009.
Craig Roberts. The Medusa File II: The Politics of Terror and the Oklahoma City Bombing. Amazon CreateSpace, 2017.
Thomas Lake. “Why Did This Cop Turn up Dead?” CNN.Com, March 3, 2023. https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2023/03/us/oklahoma-city-bombing-yeakey-death-cec-cnnphotos/
A Noble Lie, 2011. (note: this documentary that has a great segment on Terry Yeakey)
AM 1300 KCAC radio interview with Tonia Yeakey circa 1998 by retired Tulsa police officer Craig Roberts, hosted at archive.org
Corbett Report video “Requiem for the Suicided: Terrance Yeakey” on YouTube
Jinx’s Yeakey edit - Twitter user Jinx created this within the last couple of years which has caused a great many young people to become aware of the Yeakey case. Thank you, Jinx!
A note from journalist Ken Silva:
Terrance Yeakey's Wikipedia page was severely trimmed in April 2021 to remove the "alternative narrative" that he was he was "silenced by the federal government in an effort to keep him from exposing their complicity in the terrorist attack."
It is noteworthy that the Wikipedia article does not cite the seminal David Hoffman Washington Weekly piece. Washington Weekly was a legitimate newspaper and it was a good investigative report. Hoffman’s story was the first in-depth investigation of this story by a journalist and there is no reason for this piece not to have been cited—it is foundational to our understanding of Officer Yeakey’s murder.
For some clarity concerning Wikipedia’s now-notorious censorship situation see this excellent essay documenting how organized and overtly biased this has become on other subjects:
Anatomy of an Online Atrocity: Wikipedia, Gamaliel, and the Fletcher Prouty Entry:
British GCHQ/MOD asset “Philip Cross” and Wikipedia Edits:
The Guy Who Spends Hours Sanitizing Hillary Clinton’s Wikipedia Page:
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Thank you!! These are great resources. #justiceforterryyeakey