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From: SafanNews@aol.com (by way of Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar])
Subject: SLS: Possibly a Larger Conspiracy...in OKC Bombing


October 5, 1995 

Judge David L. Russell 
1210 Federal Court House 
200 N.W. 4th 
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 

Dear Judge Russell: 

Pursuant to instructions from lead prosecutor, Joseph Hartzler, I write 
you this letter to express my concerns about the Oklahoma City bombing 
investigation. January is coming upon us fast and I am concerned that 
there will then be no one in authority with sufficient motivation to pursue 
the case. 

The families of the victims deserve to know who all was involved in the 
bombing, and there appears to be an attempt to protect the identity of 
certain suspects, namely John Doe II, evidenced by the following: 

     1) The hoax perpetrated by authorities that John Doe II was a Ft. 
     Riley private who rented a truck on a different day. The Ft. Riley 
     private was not with Tim McVeigh, nor does he remotely resemble 
     the police sketch of John Doe II. 

     2) The lack of witnesses relating to John Doe II, namely: 
         a) the manager of the Great Western Inn on I-70 in Junction 
         City, Kansas, where John Doe II registered using a foreign 
          name and reportedly stayed in room #107. This manager 
          apparently reported that John Doe II spoke in broken English 
          and was driving the mystery "second Ryder truck." Strangely, 
          this manager has reportedly "disappeared" and cannot be found; 

          b) the Elliott's Body Shop employee that reportedly gave the FBI 
         artist the description of Tim McVeigh and John Doe II. The 
         McVeigh sketch was almost perfect and there is no reason to 
         doubt that the John Doe II sketch is less so; 

          c) the Oklahoma City tire shop employee who saw John Doe II 
          in the Ryder truck with McVeigh shortly before the explosion. 

     3) The lack of the use of the John Doe II sketch in interviewing 
     witnesses that had apparently seen him in locations other than 
     those previously acknowledged. 

Perhaps a new Grand Jury should be empaneled in 1996 dedicated to 
this investigation. If so, I suggest the following list of witnesses that
to be subpoenaed for testimony: 

     1) The manager (at the time of the Oklahoma City bombing) of the 
     Great Western Inn on I-70 in Junction City, Kansas, if he is still alive

     and can be found. 

     2) The Ft. Riley private identified by authorities as John Doe II. 

     3) Architects, structural engineers and explosive experts selected by 
     the Grand Jury. 

     4) Area seismologists and geophysicists, including Ray Brown. 

     5) All video surveillance tapes from cameras near the Murrah 
     Building, including the one made by a Southwestern Bell camera 
     which reportedly shows John Doe II getting out of the Ryder truck 
     before McVeigh drove it to the Murrah Building. 

     6) Ralph McPeak, Jr. 

     7) Vickie Beemer 

     8) Tom Kissinger 

     9) Hilda Sostra 

   10) Mike Moroz 

   11) James Rosencrans 

Time may be of the essence before witnesses disappear or lose their memories
or their materials. The truth is as important to you as it is to 
me, I trust; therefore your response will be eagerly awaited. 

Very truly yours, 

Hoppy Heidelberg 
Rt. 6, Box 164 
Blanchard, Oklahoma 73010 
[now Candidate for the Governor of Oklahoma]

Response to Heidelberg from Judge David L. Russell 

David L. Russell, Chief Judge 
United States District Court 
Western District of Oklahoma 
United States Courthouse 
200 N.W. 4th Street 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102 

October 24, 1995 

Mr. Hoppy Heidelberg 
Buffalo Creek Road 
Route 6, Box 164 
Blanchard, OK 73010 

Re: U.S.A. v. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols: 
      Case No. CR-95-110-A; and 
      U.S.A. v. Michael Fortier, 
      Case No. CR-95-111-R, 
      United States District Court-Western District of Oklahoma 

Dear Mr. Heidelberg: 

Effective immediately, you are dismissed from the grand jury. Your 
obligation of secrecy continues. Any disclosure of matters that occurred 
before the grand jury constitutes a contempt of court. Each violation of 
the obligation of secrecy may be punished cumulatively. 


David L. Russell 
United States District Judge 


[ED. NOTE:  To my knowledge this letter and the answer has never been
posted on the internet.  It can be found on George Hansen's Web
Page.  This letter and the answer is so relevant at this moment in
History.  ....Dot Bibee]
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