Michael William Brescia

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Michael William Brescia is a convicted bank robber who has also been alleged to have been involved in the Oklahoma City bombing.[1]

Born to a firefighter father and accountant mother in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Brescia was both a member of the Aryan Republican Army[2] and a part-time student at La Salle University, at the time of his arrest.

Private lawsuits by Edye Smith and Glenn Wilburn worked on the assumption that Brescia was the "John Doe Number Two" seen in surveillance footage helping McVeigh orchestrate the bombings. The Daily Telegraph also ran an interview with a witness named Connie Smith who said "I kept telling them that the man in the (John Doe II) sketch was that Mike guy, a nice-looking guy, dark-skinned. But the FBI made me feel guilty, then ignorant, as if I didn't know what I was saying. Then, later, I tried to call in with more information and they wouldn't even talk to me."[3]

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  1. ^ http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Terror,+lies+&+memos:+recently+uncovered+FBI+documents+expose...-a0139717179 The New American. "Terror, lies & memos: recently uncovered FBI documents expose official lies and complicity in one of our nation's most deadly terror attacks," (November 28th, 2005).
  2. ^ Evans-Pritchard, Ambrose (December 8, 1996). "America's 'Aryan' hard men take lead from IRA". The Daily Telegraph. Archived from the original on June 2, 2002. 
  3. ^ Evans-Pritchard, Ambrose (July 1, 1996). "Cover-up claim in hunt for Oklahoma 'witness': A couple grieving for grandchildren killed in the bombing last year think they have identified a name missed by the huge resources of the FBI". The Daily Telegraph. Archived from the original on November 12, 2002.