Smoking fire consumes the Branch Davidian Compound during the FBI assault to end the 51-day standoff with cult leader David Koresh and his followers. --- Photo by Greg Smith/Corbis SABA
April 19, 2018 Lizenz
TX Rangers, FBI & ATF agents gathering evidence fr. ruins of Branch Davidian compound burnt during siege of David Koresh-led cult (w. red flags where bodies were found).
February 28, 2013 Lizenz
Details fr. letters dictated by Branch Davidian cult ldr. David Koresh as Yahweh Koresh or voice of God, re fatal end to FBI/ATF showdown w. cult at its Waco, TX compound.
Overhead of smoking fire consuming David Koresh-led Branch Davidian cult compound, believed set by cult after FBI/ATF teargassing in effort to end siege (image used during congressional hrgs. on handling of conflict - FBI claims it...Mehr
Black smoking fireball consuming Carmel compound (in Waco) of Branch Davidian cult lead by David Koresh after 51-day stand-off between FBI/AFT & Koresh.
FBI agent Bob Ricks (C) talking to reporters at news conf. re the fast moving fire that burned the Branch Davidian compound to the ground, killing as many as 86 people-nearly a third of them children, ending the 51-day siege of the...Mehr
Law enforcement agents escort members of the Branch Davidians from federal court in Waco, Texas. Surviving members of the 1993 ATF raid on the Davidians' Mount Carmel complex were brought to trial for their role in the deadly standoff.
Vernon Wayne Howell, known as David Koresh, his wife Rachel, and their son Cyrus in front of their house.
The Branch Davidians, a Christian sect led by David Koresh, lived at Mount Carmel Center ranch in the community of Elk, Texas, nine miles (14 kilometers) east-northeast of Waco. The group was suspected of weapons violations and a...Mehr