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U.s. Bombs – Framed lyrics

Intro: Oklahoma city bombing cover up
Timothy Mcveigh is innocent
By preponderance of evidence

Lets get it straight a cover up is no accident
Evidence isolates the patsy lone assassin
Conquer and divide tactic is designed
To refute
The fingerprint man the planted witness
Military truck in a parking lot

United States congress forced to investigate
Due to public outcry the fbi has lied
Smear campaigns cia engaged
Routine
Camoflauge a Ryder truck
The huggers hid the other bombs
Military truck in a parking lot
Murrah Building had explosives that
Did not go off! No novelty clocks...
Dismiss the sniffing dogs
Mcveigh was at Mcdonalds not renting trucks

A mile and a 4th down the street
Soaked in the rain dry clothes on John Doe
16 thousand tons of A. N. T. O.
The B. A. T. F. Agent no elevator plummetted
Forty four days to congregate
A story to formulate
Security camera documents

Mcveigh was framed
Mcveigh was framed
Cover up framed
Cover up framed
Cover up framed
Cover up framed



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