In 1986, Jayna Davis graduated at the top of her class from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in Broadcast Journalism. During her 12-year career as a television reporter, Jayna worked as a videotape editor, producer, news anchor, general assignments and investigative reporter. She entered the broadcast industry at KXII-TV in Sherman, Texas, then moved eastward to KLTV in Tyler, where she was recognized statewide for her achievements in general assignments and medical reporting.
In 1991, Jayna reached a top 20 broadcast market when she joined the news team at KCRA-TV in Sacramento, California, the third largest NBC affiliate in the country. In 1993, Jayna found her niche in Oklahoma City when KFOR-TV hired her as an investigative reporter. During her four years at KFOR, Jayna received several awards for investigative journalism.
Shortly after 9:02 AM on April 19, 1995, Jayna found herself staring at the smoldering shell of the Alfred P. Murrah Building with a photographer by her side recording the unspeakable bloodshed and carnage. The horrifying images were broadcast via satellite to the world, documenting what was deemed America's deadliest terrorist attack of the 20th century.
Within twenty-four hours, Channel 4's news director tapped Jayna to cover the FBI's international manhunt for the perpetrators and the infamous John Doe 2. On June 7, 1995, KFOR-TV broadcast its first story in which the disgruntled Gulf War veteran, Timothy McVeigh, was identified drinking beer with a former Iraqi soldier in an Oklahoma City tavern. During the past nine years, Jayna has compiled a comprehensive and compelling investigative dossier, which unveils the Middle East's hand in the Oklahoma bombing. The evidence raises the disturbing question: did 4-19 sound the alarm that went unheeded?
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Investigative journalist Jayna Davis shared startling evidence that Terry Nichols and Timothy McVeigh did not act alone in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, and had connections to terrorists from the Middle East. A number of men settled in Oklahoma City, that she described as "false defectors" from Iraq, and Davis believes that McVeigh was targeted to team up with them because they shared a common hatred of the U.S. The "third terrorist" who was seen with McVeigh(view related animation/image) was identified by Davis as an Iraqi sleeper agent who she said lacked an alibi for the morning of the bombing. Though he sued her over the accusation, a court ruled in favor of Davis. She also outlined an alarming connection between Nichols and al Qaeda agents working out of the Philippines. And yet when Davis said she took her voluminous amounts of evidence and witness testimony to the FBI, they initially refused to accept her documents. Later, in 1999, when they took her materials to be ... More »Host: George Noory