The end is near?

Church, George J.; Riley, Michael
April 1993
Time;4/26/1993, Vol. 141 Issue 17, p32
States that after cult leader David Koresh finishes decoding the symbolism of the seven seals in the `Book of Revelation,' FBI agents surrounding his compound in Waco, Texas, will convey the longhand manuscript to Koresh's lawyer, Dick DeGuerin. Then, Koresh promises, he will surrender. Background of the siege of the Branch Davidian cult; Planning a defense strategy for the ensuing trials; Federal authorities considering use of force; Details.


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