The Waco Siege of 1993 shook American society to its core. Following a 51-day stand-off with the FBI, the Texas compound of the unorthodox Christian group the Branch Davidians was burnt to the ground, killing most of its inhabitants. The official record stated that the Davidians had started the fire themselves to avoid capture. However, with meticulous and exhaustive investigation this ground breaking film claims to reveal a far more sinister truth.

The horrific events of April 19th 1993 live long on the American memory: following a 51-day stand-off between the FBI and the Branch Davidians, the compound of the Davidians eventually burnt down, killing 76 of its members, many of them women and children. The FBI and the ATF have repeatedly asserted their probity in the affair, maintaining that the Davidians were a dangerous cult who were stockpiling illegal weapons and abusing children within the compound, and that they themselves had started the fire in an act of mass suicide.
Waco: The Rules of Engagement fearlessly challenges the US government, dismantling their narrative with painstaking detail and presenting a far more troubling account of events.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. This Documentary should be mandatory viewing not pay per view! Shame Shame Shame! What a shame on you, making a profit off the deaths of innocent children!

  2. Koresh was a piece of garbage that sacrificed innocent lives. Traumatized those kids before our govt ever could have lmao, illegal raid or not. He was a doomer set on a schizophrenic-like path. The FBI failed everyone though, but that doesn't make Waco/Koresh in the right. He was a sociopath using others as stepping Stones to his supreme delusion.

  3. That moron Tom Lantos ( D ) Congressman is that ( D ) for demonic of course he is from the state of fruit and nuts and his comment is absurd I am sure he would have said the same of the Messiah 2,000 years ago.

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