Ten Years Later, Waco Raid Still Sparks Debate A decade ago, fire raged through the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas. More than 80 people died, 22 of them children. The fire followed a raid by federal agents on a religious sect led by David Koresh. The events of April 19, 1993 are still being disputed. Hear NPR's Lynn Neary and NPR's Wade Goodwyn.
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Ten Years Later, Waco Raid Still Sparks Debate

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Ten Years Later, Waco Raid Still Sparks Debate

Ten Years Later, Waco Raid Still Sparks Debate

Ten Years Later, Waco Raid Still Sparks Debate

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A decade ago, fire raged through the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas. More than 80 people died, 22 of them children. The fire followed a raid by federal agents on a religious sect led by David Koresh. The events of April 19, 1993 are still being disputed. Hear NPR's Lynn Neary and NPR's Wade Goodwyn.