Twenty-seven years ago, on February 28, 1993, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms agents attempted to execute a “dynamic entry” into the compound of The Branch Davidians at Mount Carmel.
The failed operation then turned into a 51-day standoff. During that time, Koresh and most of his followers had refused to leave the compound, which was surrounded by tanks, armored vehicles, and more than 600 federal agents. The standoff ended when a fire engulfed the complex on April 19, 1993. Only nine people inside survived.
This week, we are talking about the Waco Siege that turned into a massacre.
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