by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English
|Statement||Suzanne Cavanagh and David Teasley|
|Series||Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1993, reel 10, fr. 00332|
|Contributions||Teasley, David, Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
The Branch Davidian siege at Ranch Apocalypse near Waco, Texas [microform]: a chronology / Suzanne Cavanagh and David Teasley. Format Microfilm Book Published [Washington, D.C.]: Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress,  Description 6 p. ; 28 cm. Other contributors. Get this from a library! The Branch Davidian siege at Ranch Apocalypse near Waco, Texas: a chronology. [Suzanne Cavanagh; David Teasley; Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.]. Central Rental over the years rented equipment such as backhoes and cement mixers to the Branch Davidians, an offshoot of the Seventh-day Branch Davidians based at Mount Carmel, 10 miles east of Waco. This collection contains materials collected by various groups and individuals (including Calvin Smith of the Strecker Museum) to organize an exhibit about the history of the Waco Branch Davidians. The exhibit, entitled "The Facts About Mt. Carmel," was featured at the Helen Marie Taylor Museum in Waco, Texas, in February
Doyle’s claims are an attempt to rewrite the history of the day siege in which ended when an army of government agents stormed the headquarters of the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas. The team, headed by Dr. Bruce D. Perry, the chief of psychiatry at Texas Children's Hospital and vice chairman for research of the department of psychiatry at the Baylor College of . Waco siege, a day standoff between Branch Davidians and federal agents that ended on Ap , when the religious group’s compound near Waco, Texas, was destroyed in . Waco, now streaming on Netflix, shows the real-life events that occurred in the spring of ; Many of the Branch Davidians, led by David Koresh, .
Two years after premiering on the Paramount Network, Waco, the story of David Koresh and his Branch Davidian compound in Texas, has landed on Netflix and people are rediscovering the grisly true tale. On Ap , after a day standoff, the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, was destroyed after government tanks rammed the building and agents fired tear gas. The Waco siege, also known as the Waco Massacre was the law enforcement siege of the compound that belonged to the religious sect Branch was carried out by American federal, Texas state law enforcement, and the U.S. military, between February 28 and Ap The Branch Davidians were led by David Koresh and were headquartered at Mount Carmel Center ranch in the community . Waco: How a day standoff between a Christian cult and the FBI left more than 80 dead and divided America. As a Paramount TV drama may show, almost every aspect of the Waco siege .