We're asked to believe that the feds were negotiating in good faith, they just misunderstood their targets. I might believe this were a botched operation, if there weren't so many holes in the official story.
I always found it very suspicious that the fire was so completely contained within that compound, in weather that makes grass fires so dangerous. The feds scraped the ground bare all the way around the compound, leaving nothing flammable. When asked to explain this, they told us they were clearing cover that the people inside could use to shoot from behind.
This was just on the day of the fire. As the aftermath wore on, it just got worse. But I'm not a truther- I don't think that it would make one jot of difference one way or the other if the truth about this seige got out, we can't afford to entertain the idea that law enforcement would behave that way, no matter what the evidence.
I can't read a story like this without facepalm.