A spokesman for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms says negotiators have spoken to these people inside Mount Carmel:

  • Vernon Howell, 33, leader of the Branch Davidians.
  • Mary Jean Borst, age 50.
  • Pablo Cohen, 38, an Israeli citizen who joined the cult during a trip Howell made to Israel.
  • Graeme Leonard Craddock, 31, an Australian citizen.
  • Evette Fagan, 32, of the United Kingdom.
  • Lisa Marie Farris, 24.
  • Dayland Gent, 3, of Australia. Reportedly the son of Nicole Gent and Howell.
  • Diana Henry, 28, of the United Kingdom.
  • Paulina Henry, 25, of the United Kingdom.
  • Philip Henry, 23, of the United Kingdom
  • Stephen Henry, 26, of the United Kingdom.
  • Vanessa Henry, 19, of the United Kingdom.
  • Zilla Henry, 55, of the United Kingdom.
  • Cyrus Howell, 8, the son of Vernon Howell and his legal wife, Rachel.
  • Rachel Howell, 23, the legal wife of Vernon Howell.
  • Star Howell, 5, the daughter of Vernon and Rachel Howell.
  • Sherri Lynn Jewell, 43, reportedly in the House of David.
  • David Michael Jones, 38, brother-in-law of Howell.
  • Nicole Elizabeth Gent, 23, of Australia. She is the daughter of former cult member Bruce Gent. She was married in a sham ceremony to Jeffrey Little. But former cult members said she is in the House of David.
  • Derek Lloyd Lovelock, 37, of the United Kingdom.
  • Sheila Judith Martin, 45, wife of Douglas Wayne Martin.
  • Douglas Wayne Martin, 42, a Harvard-educated lawyer who maintained a law office at Mount Carmel. Three of his children were released from the compound in the early days of the siege.
  • Juliete Santoyo Martinez, 30.
  • Jilliane Matthews, age and place unknown.
  • Alison Bernadette Monbelly, 31, of the United Kingdom.
  • Melissa Morrison, 4, of the United Kingdom.
  • Rosemary Morrison, 29, of the United Kingdom.
  • Theresa Noberega, 38, of the United Kingdom.
  • Anita Richards, age unknown, of the United Kingdom.
  • Rita Fay Riddle, 35.
  • Ophelia Santoya, age unknown.
  • Judy Schneider, 41, the wife of Steve Schneider. She is a member of Howell’s House of David.
  • Steve Schneider, 43, one of Howell’s top lieutenants.
  • Floracita Sonobe, 34, of the Philippines.
  • Scott Kojiro Sonobe, 35.
  • Aisha Gyarfas, 17, of Australia.
  • Gregory Allen Summers, 28.
  • Hollywood Sylvia, 2, reported son of Lorraine Sylvia and Howell.
  • Rachel Sylvia, 13.
  • Lorraine Sylvia, 40, reportedly in the House of David.
  • Dave Thibodeaux, 34.
  • Doris Vaega, age unknown, of New Zealand.
  • Margarida Joann Vaega, 46, of New Zealand. Reportedly in the House of David.
  • Neil Vaega, 37, of New Zealand.

Here are the people known to be in the compound:

  • Bobbie Lane Koresh, 15 months
  • Natalie Nobrega, 11, daughter of William Nobrega of London, England.
  • Stanly Sylvia, of North Dartmouth, Mass. Apparently joined the cult after Howell made a recruiting trip to New England nine years ago.

Here are the adults who have come out of Mount Carmel:

  • Delroy Nash, 28, tried to shoot his way out of Mount Carmel and was captured. He is charged with attempted murder of a federal law enforcement officer.
  • Catherine Mattson, 77, and Margaret Lawson, 75.
  • Oliver Gyarfas, 19, of Australia. He was released Friday evening.
  • Kathryn Schroeder, 34. She was released from the compound Friday morning. Authorities said she wanted to be with her four children, who were released earlier.

Reported dead:

  • Peter Gent, 24, was killed in the raid. He is the son of former cult member Bruce Gent. Cult members reportedly buried Peter Gent outside the compound.
  • Michael Schroeder, 29. ATF confirmed Wednesday that he was dead and that his body was recovered four days after the shootout.

The wounded:

  • David Michael Jones, 38, wounded in the buttocks.
  • Scott Kojiro Sonobe, shot in the thigh.
  • Judy Schneider, wife of Steve. Shot in the hand and shoulder.

Here are the children who have come out of Mount Carmel:

  • Joshua Sylvia, the 7-year-old son of Stanley and Lorraine Sylvia, former of North Dartmouth, Mass.
  • Renae Fagan
  • Neharah Fagan
  • Daniel Martin
  • James Martin
  • Kimberly Martin
  • Tamarae Wendel
  • Landon Wendel
  • Patron Wendel
  • Juanessa Wendel
  • Natalie Nobrega
  • Joann Vaega
  • Mark Jones
  • Kevin Jones
  • Heather Jones
  • Crystal Sonobe
  • Angelica Sonobe
  • Bryan Schroeder
  • Christyn Mabb
  • Jacob Mabb
  • Scott Mabb

Read the Tribune-Herald's 7-part investigative series on the inner workings of the Branch Davidians. Hours after Part 2 appeared in print, the ATF raided the group's compound.

Read the Tribune-Herald’s account of the ATF raid on the Branch Davidian compound on Feb. 28, 1993. Four ATF agents and six in the compound were killed in the gunfight.

Read the daily news accounts of the 51-day siege at the Branch Davidian compound near Elk, which began Feb. 28 and lasted until April.

April 19 and beyond: FBI agents began inserting canisters of tear gas into the Branch Davidian compound in the early morning hours. By noon, it was on fire.

Federal officials left the compound site in late May 1993. As identifications of bodies continued, questions about the survivors, the compound and the cult itself began to emerge.

As the world began to take a critical look back at the events and legal proceedings continue, the ATF's bombshell report forces a shakeup at the top after the raid gone "tragically wrong."

In 1994, the surviving Davidians went on trial in San Antonio. Over six weeks, more than 140 witnesses testified, with the verdict coming just two days prior to the anniversary of the ATF raid.

The Rodenville shootout and the 1988 trial, the end of the world in 1959 and more stories from deep in the Trib archives.