Alfred P. Murrah Federal Bldg.

Christi Jenkins, 32. Mother of four.

“Her children and her church. That was Christi Jenkins’ life, said her pastor, Ben A. Baldridge, of New Life Tabernacle, United Pentecostal Church of Edmond. Jenkins, 32, was a teller at the Federal Employees Credit Union, where she had worked for nine years. For the last five years, she was a devoted member of the New Life Tabernacle church, where she rarely missed a service, Baldridge said.”She was one of the most dedicated mothers and church members,” the pastor said. “Her life was her children and her church.” Her husband, Aldo Jenkins, is a deacon in the church. She taught Sunday school, was a greeter at the church and was active in the ladies’ ministry to sick people, Baldridge said. The couple had four children: Shimar, 16; Shawna, 14; Shelby, 13, and Scott, 11. “Christi was hardworking, diligent and always smiling. That describes her best,” Baldridge said. “She was just a caring person.”

Airman 1st Class Lakesha R. Levy, 21.

“Lakesha R. Levy was intelligent and a budding comedian. Karen Johnson of New Orleans said her niece was focusing on her medical-related job aspirations, but she had a wonderful sense of humor and could easily have excelled as a comic. In one of their last telephone conversations, Johnson said Levy mentioned she had dreamed she was a stand-up comedian. Johnson said her niece’s dream came as no surprise since she always kept the family laughing.

Levy always had a joke to tell and brought smiles to everyone’s faces, Johnson said. Levy, 21, of Midwest City, was an Airman 1st Class training to be a lab technician at Tinker Air Force Base. She had gone to the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building to obtain a Social Security card, relatives said.”

Dominique London, 2.

“Dominique London, 2, seemed destined to become a comedian, his grandmother said. A young practical joker, he often would run up to the church podium and turn off the speaker while the pastor was talking, Ernestine Looney said. Dominique was loved by everyone who met him, including the children he spent time with at America’s Kids day-care center, she said. “Everyone was crazy about Dominique. He was just my baby. He had you laughing. All the kids were drawn to him. He was smart. He really was. We just have so many good memories of him,” she said. Dominique had two brothers, Deandre, 12, Derrick, 9, and a sister Tara, 1. His mother is Tonya London.

” Lots of us have wanted to turn off the preacher on Sunday morning. God needed him. Dominique will be back as a prophet.”

Wanna make your hair curl?

 “Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord; And He shall turn the heart of the fathers to their children and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the Earth with a curse.”  — Malachi 4:5-6

Elijah Muhammad aka Elijah Robert Poole was born in Sandersville, Georgia, in 1897. The sixth of thirteen children of a Baptist lay preacher and sharecropper, and a mother who devoted her life to her family. He led the Nations of Islam from 1934 until his death in 1975 and was a mentor to Malcom X, Louis Farrakhan, boxer Muhammad Ali, and his own son Warith Deen Muhammad.

Katherine Ridley.

“In order to better herself for her two daughters, ages 4 years and 4 months, Kathryn Elizabeth Ridley was enrolled as a student at Guthrie Job Corps. Jacqueline Ridley said her sister-in-law had been on maternity leave from the Job Corps and had gone to the Job Corps recruiting office near the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on the day of the explosion. The young woman loved to write and was a very good artist.

Sadly, most of her sketches were with her when she was killed, Jacqueline Ridley said. Jacqueline Ridley said her sister-in-law was taking welding classes at Job Corps, in the hopes that this training would help with her artistry. Kathryn Ridley, 24, was always smiling and loved to laugh. The sound of her laughter is what the family will miss most, Jacqueline Ridley said. ”

Charlotte Andrea Lewis Thomas, 43.

Charlotte Andrea Lewis Thomas, 43, had worked for the federal government for 17 years. For the past three years, Thomas produced the Black Awareness program for the Social Security office. Thomas graduated from Douglass High School and received her bachelor of arts degree from Oklahoma State University.”

Larry Lavern Turner. Department of Defense.

“The sound of music surrounded the life of Larry L. Turner. A special agent with the Department of Defense Investigative Services, Turner played clarinet in the St. John Baptist Church orchestra. Music was his “first love,” according to those who knew him best. Turner, 43, also was devoted to his church, where he served as a deacon, Sunday school teacher and in the transportation ministry.

Turner and his wife, Dianne, had been married for 22 years. A former Oklahoma state trooper, he had two sons and a grandchild that friends called “the apple of his eye.” Turner was a 1981 graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma and joined the Defense Investigative Services as Special Agent in 1986. He belonged to the King David Lodge, and also had been a member of the Black Troopers Association and the Omega Psi Phi fraternity. Remembered for his outgoing personality, Turner also was active in sports, playing tennis, racquetball and golf.”

I have an adopted grandson from Maui, born in 1992, named Elijah. His parents asked what middle name I would like to give their new baby to go with the Hawaiian-Portugese names they had chosen. I said, “Elijah”. I just felt it was the right name for him.

All those profiled in the back of the 9/11 Commission Report also tied to the Twin Towers Attacks and the Murrah Bombing were from Saudi Arabia, as is the bin Laden clan (tied to construction and road work all across the Middle East and among the top 5 wealthiest families in the Middle East) were tied to or related to the piece of garbage from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, I dated for six weeks back in 1981. I listened to this fat little creep run at the mouth about everything under the sun: dope cartels, the Moslem Brotherhood, bordellos for children, Arab terrorists and dope cartels ties to and operating out of ARAMCO in Houston, Texas.

I reported him to the police departments in three different Oklahoma cities. To three different country sheriffs departments. To the Oklahoma City office of the FBI. To the OSBI. To the Texas State Police. To the Texas Rangers. Tried to report him to the District Attorneys office, who also couldn’t be bothered. To the DEA for being in possession of enough dope — and running at the mouth about “Chicken” seasoning, the street name of one of the kingpins of a Mexican dope cartel who was arrested about four years ago — to stone half the campus at Oklahoma City University.

 Not having knowledge about the Islamic Shuria Laws (they’ll do whatever they please to their women and children. Allah said they could.), I took the advice of the Oklahoma City Police Department and reported Yousif Abullaziz al-Awadh to his employer, ARAMCO, and to the college dean for stalking, possession and distribution of marijuana, and his confession that he is a customer of child bordellos in the Middle East. I wish now I had just cut his throat, severed his penis and jammed it down his throat, and tossed his corpse in Lake Thunderbird.

He is still stalking: me and my now adult son, as he and several of his male associates did my then room-mate’s two boys. Yousif raped me two years after I dumped him. The Bethany Police and the OCPD said they could not touch him because he was not a US citizen. My mother adored him and gave him my address at home and work, along with telephone numbers, long after I dumped him.

He has sent his cronies around, even after I remarried in 1983 (now divorced from this man as of 1995) and is still running loose, doing as he and the others please. All across America the Beautiful.

In addition, all the federal agents killed in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing of 1995 were invovled in intense investigations, most of which surrounded both illegal narcotics trafficking and weapons trafficking on Indian land across New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and Oklahoma.

Most of the US citizens involved, and there were many, served honorably in various branches of the United States military and became traitors. Only Timothy McVeigh was executed.

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