June 25, 2023

USA: 30 Tons Of Ammonium Nitrate Left Cheyenne, Wyoming, 2 Weeks Later At A Rail Stop In Mojave Desert The Train Car Was Found Empty. Same Stuff Used In The 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing.

Newsmax published May 25, 2023: Chemical explosives vanish from freight train 'without a trace'. Former FBI Agent Ken Strange and BMWED President Tony Cardwell join "National Report" to talk about the dangers of 30 tons of missing ammonium nitrate.
written by Ted Goldberg
Tuesday May 16, 2023

Some 60,000 pounds of ammonium nitrate, a chemical used as both fertilizer and a component in explosives, went missing as it was shipped by rail from Wyoming to California last month, prompting four separate investigations.

A railcar loaded with 30 tons of the chemical left Cheyenne, Wyoming, on April 12. The car was found to be empty after it arrived two weeks later at a rail stop in the Mojave Desert, according to a short incident report from the explosives firm that made the shipment.

The company, Dyno Nobel, made the report May 10 to the federal National Response Center, or NRC. The report also appeared last week in an NRC database of California incidents managed by the state Office of Emergency Services last Wednesday.

Ammonium nitrate is commonly used as fertilizer. It’s also an ingredient in high explosives and was used in the homemade bomb detonated in the 1995 attack on the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

Dyno Nobel says it believes the material — transported in pellet form in a covered hopper car similar to those used to ship coal — fell from the car on the way to a rail siding (a short track connecting with the main track) called Saltdale about 30 miles from the town of Mojave in eastern Kern County.

“The railcar was sealed when it left the Cheyenne facility, and the seals were still intact when it arrived in Saltdale. The initial assessment is that a leak through the bottom gate on the railcar may have developed in transit,” the company said through a spokesperson.

A Federal Railroad Administration representative, though, says the investigation points to one of the hopper car gates not being properly closed.

Dyno Nobel says the trip lasted two weeks and included multiple stops. The company says it had “limited control” over the railcar as Union Pacific moved it through the country. It says the railcar is being transported back to Wyoming for inspection. And it says it hopes to understand how the shipment was lost and will work to prevent something similar happening again.

The Federal Railroad Administration, the California Public Utilities Commission, Union Pacific and Dyno Nobel are investigating the incident, according to their representatives.

Congress passed a law in 2007 to regulate the sale and transfer of ammonium nitrate to prevent its use in acts of terrorism. The Department of Homeland Security issued proposed regulations in 2011 (PDF) but stopped short of formally adopting them.
Notice how she refers to the Oklahoma bomber as a "White Power Activist". When in fact, he was an FBI informant insider like the "White Supremacists" used to stage the Commie Democrat Michigan Governor Whitmer's kidnapping in 2020 right before the November 2020 Presidential Election. ALL CIA paid assets. (emphasis mine)
The Daily Mail, UK
written by Lewis Pennock
Thursday May 25, 2023

Federal investigators have joined the probe into a missing 30-ton shipment of ammonium nitrate that can be used to build high-powered explosives like that one used in the Oklahoma City bombing.

Roughly 60,000 pounds of the chemical, which was in pellet form, vanished during a two-week journey from Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Saltdale, California.

The shipment left a manufacturing site of Dyno Nobel, an explosives manufacturer, on April 12 and the report about the missing ammonium nitrate was made on May 10.

Preliminary inquiries suggest a leak in the rail car carrying the chemical caused it to spill during the journey. Union Pacific, the operator which carried the delivery, told DailyMail.com it does not believe there was any 'criminal or malicious activity involved'.

But neither the railroad or Dyno Nobel - whose explosive products are used in mining - have confirmed whether the chemical has been located or what caused it to vanish.

Ammonium nitrate was a key component in the bomb used by domestic terrorists Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols to carry out the Oklahoma City bombing, which killed 168 people.

An estimated 1,000 to 2,000 pounds of the chemical was used in the attack, on April 19, 1995, meaning the amount which has vanished could be used to create about 30 equivalent explosives. The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was destroyed in the blast.

In another incident in 2013, 15 people died and more than 260 were injured when ammonium nitrate exploded at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas.

More than 200 people died when around 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate exploded at the Port of Beirut in Lebanon. The colossal blast also injured 7,000 people and caused damage valued at $15 billion.

Ammonium nitrate fertilizer costs around $600 per ton, so the missing shipment would have been worth something in the region of $18,000.

A map of Union Pacific's network indicates the shipment could have traveled along tracks in either Denver and Utah, or across Wyoming and into Utah, before then passing through Nevada and into California.

Dyno Nobel was approached for comment. The company said previously that it's believed the ammonium nitrate leaked from the car during the journey.

'The railcar was sealed when it left the Cheyenne facility, and the seals were still intact when it arrived in Saltdale. The initial assessment is that a leak through the bottom gate on the railcar may have developed in transit,' a spokesman said.

A Union Pacific spokeswoman told DailyMail.com: 'Our investigation is still ongoing at this time. Union Pacific cannot comment on the details or status of an active investigation, other than to say that at this point in the investigation, we do not believe there is any criminal or malicious activity involved.'

Stan Blake, a former Wyoming state lawmaker and retired train conductor, told Cowboy State Daily it wouldn't be hard to drain one of the hopper cars of its load of the pellets.

The cars have two or three sections, Blake said, and there's a gate at the bottom of them. 'You can use up a big bar and open that gate and it'll pour out,' he said.

He also suggested that its possible the pellets never got on the train in the first place, since with a mobile conveyor belt, the chemical can be carried from the open gate into a truck.

He said sometimes cars would be registered as carrying loads, but they'd be empty, and vice versa.

He said sometimes when cars were joined, they could slam together and some would spill out. He told the outlet he's known people to collect it in plastic bags and put it on their lawn.

'It's great fertilizer,' he said.

The Federal Railroad Authority said both Dyno Nobel and Union Pacific could face federal sanctions if they are found to have committed any violations of rules which caused the chemical to disappear.

A spokesman added: 'As Union Pacific and Dyno Nobel investigate this incident, they should engage all necessary parties, including law enforcement, to ensure any potential causes and impacts are addressed swiftly and thoroughly.

'UP's initial findings suggest this was likely a leak caused by a component of the rail car. Rail shippers and railroads are responsible for ensuring rail cars are properly secured.'

UPDATE 6/25/23 at 5:13pm: Added info below.
Waking the World up published March 2023: Former CIA Asset Robert "Cody" Snodgres - CIA Did it - OKC Bombing - The Hagmann Report.

This is former CIA operative Robert “Cody” Snodgres, and he said he was initially recruited to bomb the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

There were 168 fatalities and 680 injuries in the April 19, 1995, Oklahoma City bombing.

Snodgres said there were two reasons for the Murrah building bombing, which occurred 27 years ago next month.

1. To destroy the Gulf War Syndrome Medical culpability files of more than 480,000 American troops who the U.S. Army carelessly exposed to radiation during the Gulf War.

2. To destroy CIA, FBI, DEA, IRS, Arkansas State Police, and Arkansas Bureau of Investigation records that was damming to then-President Bill Clinton and damming to then-First Lady Hillary Clinton.

After the Murrah Building was reduced to rubble, “the Pentagon was off the hook for hundreds of billions or even trillions of dollars in long-term, inter-generational radiation poisoning medical costs,” Snodgres said.

He suspects that the Clinton’s were involved with the Murrah Building bombing.

Hours after that podcast was aired Snodgres was nearly killed in a car accident.

He has survived several assassination attempts. As far as I can ascertain Snodgres is still alive.

There’s so much shocking information —from the criminality of the Clinton’s and the Bush’s, federal/local law enforcement and federal judiciary to information about CIA assets Saddam Hussein (Iraq) and Manuel Noriega (Panama).

The Patriot Act allows the CIA to legally conduct operations on U.S. soil against American citizens.

Do you wonder why there have been so many “suicides,” mass shootings and other false flags, including the so-called “insurrection” on January 6, 2021, which was blamed on law-abiding American citizens!


Snodgres also talks about the real story behind the 1993 federal siege at the Branch Davidians compound near Waco, Texas.


Patriots Base published September 5, 2022: Michael Jaco and Ole Dammegard on CIA Black Operative, Patsies, Oklahoma Bombing and political connections.

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