When Mike Caddell filed a suit five years ago against the federal government on behalf of the Branch Davidian survivors over the siege on the Mount Carmel compound, even his friends thought he was out of his mind.

A combination of an unpopular client, an incredibly high legal hurdle, and a conservative Waco trial judge made Caddell’s damages case look like it was on the fast track to a summary judgment dismissal.

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