At 9:02 am on April 19, 1995, Jayna Davis became one of the first TV journalists to broadcast to the world the carnage surrounding the deadliest terrorist attack of 20th century America.
Within 24 hours, KFOR-TV's news director tapped Jayna to cover the FBI's international manhunt for the elusive suspect - John Doe 2.
Initially, the Department of Justice aggressively pursued the mysterious bomber, but for unexplained reasons, abruptly abandoned the search for the third terrorist. Did he even exist? Dozens ofeyewitnesses assured Jayna that he did.
On the eve of the 2003 Iraq War, The Wall Street Journal, one of the country's most respected newspapers, vetted and featured Jayna's research as a reason to launch pre-emptive strikes to oust Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
In 2004, Nelson Current Publishers released The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing. Jayna's heartrending account of her decade-long investigation became a New York Times best-seller, earning the endorsement of the former Director of the CIA James Woolsey.
Jayna's book outlines a riveting body of facts that convincingly links the OKC bombers to an Iraqi/Al-Qaeda hit squad, operating under Iranian state sponsorship.
The Third Terrorist presents a methodically assembled dossier of evidence with the breathtaking pace and adventure of a spy novel.
Learn why Terry Nichols, the only surviving Oklahoma City bomber, has affirmed Jayna's investigative findings in his 2005 stunning confession to the FBI that "John Doe 2 exists."
Jayna's journalistic work has garnered multiple appearances on top-rated cable network newscasts and nationally syndicated radio shows.
Currently, this award-winning investigative journalist and best-selling author owns a multi-media production company that specializes in B2B video marketing and branding.