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A Guide to the Lee Hancock Collection, 1975-2004, Bulk: 1993-2000

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hancock, Lee
Title: Lee Hancock Collection
Dates: 1975-2004, Bulk: 1993-2000
Abstract: Documents, clippings, videos, and other research materials represent journalist Lee Hancock’s research into the events of the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco in 1993. The materials are arranged into the following five series: Non-Branch Davidian Incidents, Media Coverage, Investigations, House of Representatives Hearings, and Lawsuits.
Identification: Collection 099
Extent: 20 boxes (10 linear feet)
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Southwestern Writers Collection, Wittliff Collections, Alkek Library, Texas State University-San Marcos

Historical Sketch

On February 28, 1993 the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) attempted to issue an arrest warrant for Vernon Wayne Howell and a search warrant for the Mount Carmel Center near Waco, Texas on the basis of illegal weapons possession. The Branch Davidians in Mount Carmel and the ATF began a shootout that ended in the deaths of four ATF agents and six Branch Davidians. The occupants of Mount Carmel and government agencies remained in a standoff for fifty-one days until the FBI launched CS gas into the compound in an effort to make the Branch Davidians exit. The CS gas assault on April 19, 1993 ended in a fire in which seventy-six people inside Mount Carmel died, including twenty-three children.

After the fire a series of lawsuits and investigations began, including the 1994 criminal trial of the Branch Davidians, the 1995 congressional hearings, and a wrongful-death civil trial in 2000. The ATF and other government agencies were investigated by the FBI, the Texas Rangers and others for their handling of the raid, the standoff and the tear-gas assault.

As a journalist for the Dallas Morning News, Lee Hancock reported about the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco from the first day of the siege on February 28, 1993 until the fire on April 19, 1993. She continued to follow the story for the next ten years, including covering the subsequent investigations and trials. Through her sources, Hancock was able to retrieve documents from government agencies and release important information to the public, including the 1999 revelation that pyrotechnic CS gas was used on the last day of the siege before the fire.

After the tenth anniversary of the April 19, 1993 Mount Carmel fire, Dr. Catherine Wessinger, Professor of the History of Religions at Loyola University in New Orleans, contacted Hancock for an article Wessinger was writing about Branch Davidian standoff coverage in the media. At that point, Hancock had turned her focus to covering other stories, so she donated her research materials to Wessinger. Dr. Wessinger placed the materials in the Loyola University Archives in 2004 where initial processing of the collection began. Additional materials from Lee Hancock were donated in 2006.

In 2009, Dr. Wessinger met Wittliff Collections archivist Joel Minor at a memorial in Waco, and was impressed with his work on the Dick Reavis Papers and the Ashes of Waco digital collection. Since the Loyola University Archives had not completed processing the collection, Wessinger recommended to Lee Hancock that the collection be moved to Texas State University. The collection was relocated to Texas State University in late 2010 and processed in 2011.

Dr. Catherine Wessinger wrote two articles related to the Hancock collection, “The Lee Hancock Collection: Federal and State Materials on the Branch Davidian Case,” and “Deaths in the Fire at the Branch Davidians’ Mount Carmel: Who Bears Responsibility?” Both articles can be found in the November 2009 issue of Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, volume 13, number 2. It is available in the Wittliff Collections.

Today, Lee Hancock continues as a journalist at the Dallas Morning News. Besides the Branch Davidian standoff, Ms. Hancock has written investigative articles about such topics as the April 19, 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing, the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and the November 5, 2009 Fort Hood Shootings.

Sources: Catherine Wessinger correspondence with Maggie DeBrecht, Wessinger’s article “The Lee Hancock Collection,” and materials from the Lee Hancock Research Collection.

Scope and Content Note

The Lee Hancock Collection spans 1975-2004, with the bulk of materials covering 1993, 1995, 1999, and 2000. The collection is comprised of documents, clippings, videos, and other materials that Lee Hancock collected related to the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco, Texas in 1993 and subsequent events. Except for the Media Coverage series, most materials within folders have been left in Hancock’s original order and arrangement. Therefore, there is some overlap of materials between folders, and some variance in the chronology of documents. Some date ranges span several years but only contain a few documents from each year. Folder titles in quotations are original folder titles written by Hancock.

The collection is arranged into the following five series: Non-Branch Davidian Incidents, Media Coverage, Investigations, House of Representatives Hearings, and Lawsuits. An overview of each series follows.

Series I: Non-Branch Davidian Incidents, 1975-1996 Box 1

The first series includes documents related to various siege and standoff incidents. The majority of documents are news releases and articles. Included in this series is the May 13, 1985 siege of the MOVE organization’s house in West Philadelphia that ended in the bombing of the house by police later the same day; the May 17, 1974 LAPD and Symbionese Liberation Army shootout (located in the same file as the MOVE documents); prison riots in Atlanta, Georgia in November 1987 and in Talladega, Alabama in August 1991; the federal raid of Ruby Ridge, Idaho in August 1992; documents related to the Oklahoma City Bombing by Timothy James McVeigh on April 19, 1995; and news articles on the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Series II: Media Coverage 1983-2000, n.d. (Bulk: 1993-1995, 1999, 2000) Boxes 1-6, 20

The second series consists of media coverage of the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco and the events that followed. Within this series are three sub-series: Lee Hancock Articles, Other Media Coverage, and Press Releases. The Lee Hancock Articles sub-series contains clippings and photocopies of articles written by Lee Hancock for the Dallas Morning News along with a few articles written by others. The Other Media Coverage sub-series consists of news coverage not written by Hancock. The majority of materials in this series are news releases and articles but also includes VHS tapes. Box 4 folders 1-3, includes a 1988 article written about Vernon Howell (a.k.a. David Koresh), and a copy of Koresh’s Preface, Introduction, and Chapter One of his interpretation of the Seven Seals of the Book of Revelations, written during the siege. Also included is a copy of the February 27, 1993 article “The Sinful Messiah” in the Waco Tribune-Herald. There is some duplication of articles between folders. The Press Releases sub-series contains press releases by the ATF, the FBI, Congressman Chet Edwards, Attorney General Janet Reno, the Department of Treasury, Department of Justice, and others. Included in this sub-series is a memorial service announcement for ATF agents killed on February 28, 1993.

Series III: Investigations 1990-2000, 2004, n.d. Boxes 6-15,20

The third series contains documents related to the investigation, by several entities, of the events and handling of the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco. The Investigations series is arranged according to the entity that conducted the investigation and produced the original documents. Since many government agencies were involved in the events in question there is some overlap of documents between agencies. The Investigations series is divided into six sub-series described below.

A. Department of Justice (boxes 6-10, 20): These files contain documents produced by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and its agencies, the FBI and the Hostage Rescue Team (HRT). The bulk of documents are FBI documents, including major event and monitor logs, negotiations between the FBI and Mount Carmel occupants, interviews and statements of those involved in the events, and VHS tapes of Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) recordings of April 19, 1993.

B. Department of Treasury (box 11): This sub-series contains interviews and reports conducted by the Department of the Treasury (DOT) and statements of the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (BATF or ATF). Since the ATF was an agency under the DOT in 1993 the ATF documents are arranged under the DOT (in 2003 the ATF was transferred to the Department of Justice).

C. Department of Defense (boxes 11-12, 20): These files contain statements and reports by the Department of Defense (DOD) and army.

D. Attorney General (boxes 12-13): This sub-series contains Briefing documents for Attorney General Janet Reno on the events near Waco. Also included is an affidavit for a search warrant of Vernon Howell’s residence, documents related to the effects of CS gas, and a “Proposed Operations Plan.” Within this sub-series is the John C. Danforth investigation report.

E. Texas Rangers (boxes 13-14): The Texas Rangers sub-series consists of interviews, images, statements, and reports produced by the Texas Rangers. Interviews and statements by ATF agents to the Texas Rangers are here, as well as documents related to an investigation into the media leak of the February 28, 1993 raid on Mount Carmel.

F. Additional Investigations (box 15): This series contains records requested by Lee Hancock under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), a folder on the protocol for a FLIR imagery trial by Vector Data Systems, and the United States General Accounting Office report on military assistance during the standoff. Also included in this series is the briefing of Dr. Igor Smirnov, recorded on VHS, on the possibility of using Russian psychotherapeutics to encourage the Branch Davidians to surrender at Mount Carmel. A viewing copy on DVD is available.

Series IV: House of Representatives Hearings 1993-1996 Boxes 15-16

The fourth series contains documents related to the 1993 and 1995 House of Representatives Hearings concerning the events near Waco. Within this series is the transcript of a 911 call made out of Mount Carmel on February 28, 1993; testimonies by ATF agents, a survivor of the Mount Carmel raid, Dick Deguerin (lawyer for Koresh during the standoff), and others; printed copies of the joint hearings before the committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives; and a summary of weapons recovered from Mount Carmel.

Series V: Lawsuits 1993-2001 Boxes 17-19

The fifth series consists of documents on lawsuits related to the events at Waco. Included in this series are documents on civil litigations, the McNamara media leak charge, David T. Hardy vs. FBI and ATF, Fifth Estate Productions, Inc. vs. Michael J. McNulty, the Bill Johnston lawsuit, and the 2000 civil trial. The “Waco-Depositions/Depo Excerpts” folder related to the 2000 civil trial includes eight 3 ½-inch floppy disks that are supposed to have copies of the documents within the folder, but only one document was retrievable from the disks and is printed and included in the file.


Access Restrictions

Open for research.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lee Hancock Collection, Southwestern Writers Collection, Texas State University-San Marcos.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Lee Hancock to Loyola University, 2004 and 2006, transferred to The Wittliff Collections with Hancock's permission, 2010.

Processing Information

Processed by Maggie DeBrecht, 2011.

 Note to Researchers 

Archival materials about the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco can also be found in the Dick Reavis Papers located in The Wittliff Collections and at The Texas Collections at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

The following is a list of books donated by Lee Hancock but deaccessioned from the collection. Other copies of these titles can be found in the Wittliff Collections or the Alkek library general collection.

Bailey, Brad and Bob Darden. Mad Man in Waco: The Complete Story of the Davidian Cult, David Koresh, and the Waco Massacre, 1993.

Coulson, Danny O. and Elaine Shannon. No Heroes: Inside the FBI’s Secret Counter-Terror Force, 1999.

Docherty, Jayne Seminare. Learning Lessons from Waco: When the Parties Bring Their Gods to the Negotiation Table, 2001.

Hardy, David T. with Rex Kimball. This is Not an Assault: Penetrating the Web of Official Lies Regarding the Waco Incident, 2001.

Houteff, V. T. The Breaking of the Seven Seals: The Mystery Behind the Standoff at Mt. Carmel, (1932) 1993.

Kopel, David B. and Paul H. Blackman. No More Wacos: What’s Wrong with Federal Law Enforcement and How to Fix it, 1997.

Linedecker, Clifford L. Massacre at Waco, Texas: The Shocking True Story of Cult Leader David Koresh and the Branch Davidians, 1993.

Madigan, Tim. See No Evil: Blind Devotion and Bloodshed in David Koresh’s Holy War, 1993.

Moore, Carol. The Davidian Massacre: Disturbing Questions About Waco Which Must be Answered, 1995.

Theoharis, Athan G. et al. The FBI: A Comprehensive Reference Guide, 2000.

Thibodeau, David and Leon Whiteson. A Place Called Waco: A Survivor’s Story, 1999.

Wright, Stuart A. Armageddon in Waco: Critical Perspectives on the Branch Davidian Conflict, 1995.

Waco: A New Revelation directed by Jason Van Vleet, VHS Tape, 1999.

Detailed Description of the Collection


Series I: Non-Branch Davidian Incidents 1975-1996

Box Folder
1 1 "MOVE Docs/Articles." 1975-1996
2 News Releases- FBI, Atlanta/Talladega Prison Riots. 1983-1991.
3 “HRT Atlanta/Talladega Prison Riots,” 1987-1993. Includes one article on the Branch Davidian compound disaster on April 20, 1993.
4 Federal Raid on Ruby Ridge, ID/Randy Weaver. 1992, 1993, 1995.
5 The Federal Raid on Ruby Ridge, ID: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology, and Government Information of the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate One Hundred Fourth Congress First Session on Examining Certain Federal Law Enforcement Actions with Regard to the 1992 Incident at Ruby Ridge, ID, September and October 1995.
6 Oklahoma Bombing/Timothy James McVeigh. April-December 1995.


Series II: Media Coverage 1983-2000, n.d. (Bulk: 1993-1995, 1999, 2000)

Lee Hancock Articles 1992-2000, n.d.
Box Folder
1 7 “Hancock Articles” March 1992, March-August 1993.
Box Folder
2 1 “Hancock Articles” May and June 1993, January-June 1994.
2 “Waco Clips-99” Hancock Articles. October 1995, July-December 1999, February 2000, n.d. Included is a request by William H. Zeliff, Jr. for documents from Attorney General Janet Reno on October 19, 1995.
3 Bound Lee Hancock Articles. July 1999-June 2000.
4 “Waco/Davidians DMN [Dallas Morning News]-2000 Coverage” January-March, November 2000. Also included is a response by Maurice Cox, dated November 20, 2000, to the John C. Danforth report.
5 “93-94 Davidian Clips Standoff/Trial” March-October 1993, January-February 1994. Includes a copy of the May 3, 1993 TIME Magazine, “Tragedy in Waco.”
Box Folder
3 1 “93-94 Davidian Clips Standoff/Trial”- continued.
2 Cult Standoff Day 1 and 2, March 1st and 2nd 1993. Includes a typed listing of articles from March 1st until October 11th.
3 “Cult Standoff March” 1993.
4 “Cult Tragedy April” 1993.
5 “Cult Investigation May” 1993.
6 “Cult Investigation June” 1993.
7 “Branch Davidian Trial” March 7, 1992, August 22, 1993, January-March, June 1994.
Other Media Coverage 1983-2000, n.d.
20 KWTX-TV Waco, TX. “3 Branch Davidian Tear Gas Stories” by Joe Calao. VHS Tape. n.d.
Box Folder
3 8 “Waco/Weaver (FBI HRT)” January 1983-August 1992, April- October 1993, August 1995, n.d.
9 “Davidian Tract” 1988 reprint. The tract is a photocopy of a Branch Davidian pamphlet.
Box Folder
4 1-3 “Waco-93 Media Coverage/Transcripts” February 1988, February-October 1993.
4 “Waco-Militia Faxes, Misc. Alternate Media” June 30, 1991, January-November 1993, September-November 1999, June 2, 2000.
20 “David Koresh’s 58-Minute Tape,” March 2, 1993. Cassette Tape.
“Inside Mount Caramel, Interviews Including David Koresh.” VHS Tape. 1993.
Box Folder
4 5 Waco Coverage. March-July 1993, July 1999. Dick Reavis article, SIOC Activity Record, and photocopies from a book of Spanish and English poems.
6 April News Releases 1993.
Box Folder
5 1 “Waco-Post Mortem” June-August 1993, n.d. Includes map and diagram of the Davidian compound.
2 “Bob Ricks-August 93 Waco-Tulsa Rotary Club Speech” August 25, 1993. Included is a copy of the speech on cassette tape.
3 “Waco-SDX Task Force Report on Media 9/8/93” July-September 1993. Article and report on the role of media in the Waco/Branch Davidian events. Includes handwritten notes.
4 1994 and 1995 Coverage. February 1994, June-July 1995.
5 “Waco-95 Hearing Coverage” April-August 1995. Includes copy of June 1995 Soldier of Fortune Magazine.
6-7 “Waco/Davidians-Other Media Coverage 1999” July-December 1999, April-May 2000.
Box Folder
6 1 “Waco/Davidians-Other Media Coverage 1999”-continued.
Press Releases and Briefings 1990-2000 (Bulk: 1993)
Box Folder
6 2 Press Releases and Briefings. 1990-2000.


Series III: Investigations 1990-2000, 2004, n.d.

Department of Justice 1993-2000, n.d.
Box Folder
6 3 “DOJ 302s/Statements Includes Reno Deposition 3/2000” April, July, and August 1993.
4 “DOJ Statements/Docs” August 11 and 27, 1993, March 28, 2000.
5 DOJ Reports. August-October 1993. Evaluations and recommendations related to the events at Waco.
6 Report to the Deputy Attorney General on the Events at Waco. October 8, 1993.
Box Folder
7 1-2 Department of Justice Documents. September 1999. Document concerning whether CS gas is banned by the Paris Chemical Weapons Convention, and listing of documents produced by attorney David H. Moore in response to a Congressional subpoena.
Federal Bureau of Investigation 1993-1995, 1999, n.d.
Box Folder
7 3 DVD-R “Hancock Scanned FBI Docs” n.d.
4 “FBI Siege Timelines” February-April 1993.
5-6 “Waco FBI Major Event Log” February-July 1993.
7 Event Log. February-April 1993.
Box Folder
8 1-2 Event Log-continued.
3 “Event Logs” March-April 1993.
4-5 “4-18 and 4-19 Tape (Title III) Transcripts and Monitor Logs” April 1993. Includes one copy of a BATF transcript for April 18-19, 1993.
6 “Negotiation Memos” March-April 1993. Includes a document titled “Suicide Addendum” dated April 18, 1993.
Box Folder
9 1 “Negotiations/Interviews” March-August 1993, May 11, 1995.
2 “Negotiations/Interviews” August 1993. Includes copy of an article by Lee Hancock dated December 30, 1999.
3 “OPS Plan” March-November 1993, July 1995, September 1999.
4 “FBI: Davidian Backgrounds” March-September 1993.
5 “FBI Interview Reports” April-September 1993.
6 “FBI Interviews/Memos” June-September 1993.
7 “Waco FBI Command 302s” April 21, 1993 and July 13, 1993.
8 “FBI HQ 302s Sessions, Potts, Clarke, Cowson, Kahoe, Betz” June-September 1993.
Box Folder
10 1 “HRT-302s 1993” April/June 1993.
2-3 “HRT Docs” April/June 1993. Hostage Rescue Team statements.
4 “DOJ Statements” July-September 1993.
5 “White House Statements” August-September 1993, May 9, 1994.
6 “ELSUR Application Wacmur” March-November 1993.
7 “Electronic Surveillance Video Surveillance” March-September 1993. Includes a color copy of a photograph of a tank and electronic surveillance equipment.
8 “FBI- Video/Audio Evidence Wacmur Processing” June-December 1993.
9 “FBI Secrecy” May 12, 1993, June 3/18, 1993. Documents concerning the release of FBI information, and a memorandum on HRT vehicles flying state flags.
10 “Waco-FBI ‘After Action’ Report” August 24, 1993.
11 “FBI/Army ‘One Tongue’ Memo” October 26, 1993.
20 “The FLIR Project” C.O.P.S. Productions L.L.C. Advance Press Copy. VHS Tape.
March 27, 28, 1993 & April 1-2, 1993 Night Stalker-FLIR Item #275 2:04. VHS Tape.
FBI Laboratory Division Investigative Support Section Special Photographic Unit, April 19, 1993 Night Stalker-FLIR 05:58:12-08:00:02. Tapes 1 and 2. Dub’d: 10/08/99. VHS Tape
FBI Laboratory Division Investigative Support Section Special Photographic Unit, April 19, 1993 Night Stalker-FLIR 05:58:12-08:00:02. Tapes 1 and 2. Dub’d: 10/12/99 and 10/14/99. VHS Tape.
FBI Laboratory Division Investigative Support Section Special Photographic Unit, April 19, 1993 Night Stalker-FLIR 07:57:43-09:28:20. Dub’d 10/08/99. VHS Tape.
FBI Laboratory Division Investigative Support Section Special Photographic Unit, April 19, 1993 Night Stalker-FLIR 10:41:58-12:16:13. Dub’d 10/15/99. VHS Tape.
FBI Laboratory Division Investigative Support Section Special Photographic Unit, April 19, 1993 Night Stalker-FLIR 12:16:38-13:39:07. Dub’d 10/15/99. VHS Tape.
October 14-15, 1999 Night Stalker-FLIR Footage Shows Examples of Glint. VHS Tape.
Hostage Rescue Team 1993-1994, n.d.
Box Folder
10 12 “HRT Sniper Log” April 19, 1993.
13 “HRT Radio Log” April 19, 1993.
14 “HRT-Medals Documents” February/March 1994, n.d.
Department of Treasury 1993-1995, 2004
Box Folder
11 1 “Treasury Investigation” April/September 1993.
2 “Ranger/Treasury Interviews” May-August 1993.
3 “Treasury Review” June 15-18, 1993, July 11, 1993.
4 Report of the Department of Treasury, September 1993.
5 “Treasury Appeal Documents” April, November 1993, February-October 1994, July 1995.
Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms 1993, 1995, 2004
Box Folder
11 6 “ATF Affidavits” April 13/18, 1993, October 22, 2004.
7 “ATF Hearing Statements” April/September 1993, February 1995.
Department of Defense 1992-2000
Box Folder
11 8 Department of Defense Documents. September 21, 1992, 1993-1995.
9 Department of Defense Documents 1993, 1995, 1998.
Box Folder
12 1 “Hardy DOD Docs” 1993, 1998, 1999, 2000. Includes two CDs of Hardy FOIA documents.
2 “U.S. Army/DOD Records” 1993, 1998, 1999.
Attorney General 1993, 2000
Box Folder
12 3-5 “Waco-Reno Briefing Book” February-April 1993.
6 “Attorney General Statements” April/August 1993.
John C. Danforth Investigation
Box Folder
13 1 Interim Report to the Deputy Attorney General. July 21, 2000.
2-3 “Final Report to the Deputy Attorney General” November 8, 2000.
Texas Rangers 1993
Box Folder
13 4 “ATF/Ranger Images” March-May 1993.
5 “ATF/Ranger Interviews” March-July 22, 1993.
Box Folder
14 1 “ATF/Ranger Statements” March-July 1993.
2 “Ranger Interview” March 26/29, 1993. Interviews of Sharon Wheeler and Jimmy Glover.
3 “Ranger/Treasury Interviews” March 26/29, 1993. Interviews of Phillip Chojnacki and Ted Royster.
4 “Ranger Investigation” March 1993.
5 “Ranger Investigation Reports” March-July 1993.
6 “Rangers Report/ATF Raid” April 25/May 11, 1993
7 “Texas Rangers-93 Reports” June 11, 1993.
8 “Ranger Reports” June 11, 1993. Duplicate of the “Texas Rangers-93 Reports.”
Additional Investigations 1990-2000
Box Folder
15 1 “Waco-U.S. State Department -95 FOIA Response” 1990-1992, July 20, 1995.
2 “Waco-Commerce Dept. FOIA Response” March 1993, June 2000.
20 “Psychotherapeutics Briefing,” Dr. Igor Smirnov and Janet Morris. March 17, 1993. VHS Tape. A viewing copy is available on DVD.
Box Folder
15 3 “Office of Special Counsel FLIR Protocol and Operations Meeting” February 16, 2000.
4 “GAO Report on Military Assistance” August 26, 1999, August 21, 2000. Includes handwritten notes.


Series IV: House of Representatives Hearings 1993-1996

Box Folder
15 5 “HOR Hearings” February 28, 1993. 911 Transcripts.
6 “HOR Hearings” March/June 1993.
7 “HOR Hearings” April 27-29, 1993.
8 “ATF-95 Hearing Statements Noble February 1995/July 1995. April 14, 1993, September 17, 1993.
9 “95 Hearing-Q and A to DOJ, FBI/ DOC Production” 1995.
10 “Waco-95 Congressional Hearings” 1993, 1995. Handouts, statements, and testimonies.
Box Folder
16 1-2 “Waco-95 Congressional Hearings”-continued.
3 Activities of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies-Joint Hearings (Part 1) July 1995.
4 Activities of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies-Joint Hearings (Part 2 and 3) July and August 1995.
5 Investigation into the Activities of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies. August 2, 1996.


Series V: Lawsuits 1993-2001

Box Folder
17 1 “Waco- Early Civil Litigation Some Pleadings and Notes” March 17, 1993, September 3, 1993, February 24, 1995.
2 Correspondence Related to Missing FLIR Footage. June 13-14, 1994.
3-4 “McNamara Waco Leak Charge” 1993-1996, September 12, 1999.
5 David T. Hardy vs. FBI, BATF. July 1995, July-August 1997, July 1999.
6 “McNulty Misc.” September-November 1997. Includes color photographs taken after the fire.
7 “Waco/Davidian Bill Johnston” 1993-2001 (bulk: 1998-2001).
Box Folder
18 1-2 “Waco/Davidian Bill Johnston”-continued.
3 “Title III Transcripts-2000 Civil Trial” March-April 1993. Andrade, et al. vs. Chojnacki, et al. Transcripts of conversations within the compound and with negotiators.
4 “Prosecution-HRT Interview Notes” March-April 1993, September 1999, n.d. Andrade, et al. vs. Chojnacki, et al.
5-6 “Waco-Depositions/Depo Excerpts” 1999-2000. Andrade, et al. vs. Chojnacki, et al.
Box Folder
19 1-2 “Waco-Depositions/Depo Excerpts”-continued.
3-4 “Waco-Civil Trial June 2000 Gun Fire Pleading” 2000. Andrade, et al. vs. Chojnacki, et al.