If you haven't seen the mini-series on Waco, I highly recommend it. It's on Netflix. I was a paramedic in Texas when the Waco-Branch Davidian thing went down and followed it closely, not just from media reports, which were mostly BS propaganda, and I think this is a pretty accurate representation. I think it's fair to both sides, which doesn't make the FBI and ATF look good, because there wasn't anything good about what they did. It demonstrates, clearly, what we can expect from our media, and it wouldn't hurt to relate that to what we're getting from our media now. It also makes Koresh out to be a bit of a nut, which he probably was. While this was playing out, the police, firefighters, and EMS people had a much better idea of what was actually going down than the public, who were simply caught up in the media narrative. It's not a documentary, but a drama. It's even more exciting than chamber pots, if you can believe that. It's very well done and easier to watch than a documentary. Whatever you may think you know about Waco, watch this.