In Defense Of 102: Working Pro Bono
Dan Cogdell's marriage fell apart during his time working on Clive Doyle's case.
In Defense Of Bonus 102: Letter from a Future Terrorist
During the Branch Davidian trial Dan Cogdell received a letter of support from Timothy McVeigh, a man who would later be known as the Oklahoma City Bomber.
In Defense Of Bonus 102: Right Place, Right Time
Dan Cogdell believes that the events that connected him with Clive Doyle all served a larger purpose.
In Defense Of Bonus 102: Tensions Rise in Waco
The FBI’s patience dwindled in the weeks leading up to the fiery siege that killed over 70 Branch Davidians.
In Defense Of Bonus 102: Dan’s OMG TV Moment
Dan Cogdell’s Good Morning America appearance also featured an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction.
In Defense Of 102: The Ashes of Mount Carmel
“When you walked into that area, you literally saw and smelled death.”
In Defense Of 102: Up in Flames
Former cult member Clive Doyle relives the deadly Waco fire that killed over 80 people, including his own daughter.
In Defense Of 102: Losing Patience
After 51 days, the stand-off between the FBI and the Brand Davidians abruptly came to an end on April 19, 1993.
How Waco Enraged Timothy McVeigh
Waco was one of the catalysts for the Oklahoma City Bombing, the deadliest act of terrorism on American soil.