Twenty Years Since Waco Siege Ended in 76 Deaths

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A fire rages out of control in Texas. But this is April 19th, 1993 in the town of Waco. Seventy-six people died in these flames as an FBI siege of a religious group suspected of firearms violations came to an end after 51 days. Federal agents attempted to flush out the Branch Davidians using teargas and a few hours later the compound was engulfed in flames. The Protestant group's leader David Koresh was among the dead.