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It started out easy enough Over a hundred agents from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms would pack themselves shoulder-to-shoulder inside cattle trailers and pull up to the front of the building in broad daylight At the cry of ShowTime The agents would pour out divide into four columns and storm the building Some would surround the building others would take ladders to the right side go into the second floor with flash-bang grenades and still others would storm the front door with battering rams The dogs would be sprayed with fire extinguishers and if they did not depart be shot on the spot The raid plan overlooked the fact the humans were involved Both sides might be armed as the agents came running up over a hundred persons would be looking down the muzzles of each others guns hands shaking adrenaline pumping tunnel vision setting in each person convinced that if shooting broke they would be the first one hit A situation where one gunshot could result in everyone on both sides yanking the trigger All in all not a setting for shooting dogs and setting off stun grenades And the dogs where indeed shot The raid plan assumed that all male Davidians would be outside and behind the building working on a construction project and thus in a position to be cut off when the cattle trailers pulled up to the front In fact the intelligence reports said only many Davidians were often working on the project The plan assumed all firearms were in a second-floor room on the extreme right of the building a special team would dramatically scale ladders and seize the room to cut off all access to thefirearms In fact the intelligence was years old the firearms had been moved months before to a first-floor room in the central building Men would die storming and empty room Under the raid plan three National Guard helicopters would race
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