According to the PBS website accompanying its Waco: The Inside Story edition of Frontline:
Have any federal agents been disciplined for wrongdoing in the Waco affair? And were any of the surviving Davidians convicted of federal charges?
Two ATF supervisors, Chuck Sarabyn and Phillip Chojinacki, were fired, although they were later reinstated at a lower rank. No FBI agents have been officially disciplined. Eight of the surviving Branch Davidians were convicted on charges ranging from voluntary manslaughter to weapons violations. Seven got 40-year prison terms, and the eighth got five years. A ninth, Kathy Schroeder, got three years in prison after testifying for the government.
The 18th anniversary of this terrible episode in American history is Tuesday. Given that the post-1994 Clinton presidency was so much better than the two administrations that followed, we sometimes forget that the early Clinton years had some real down moments (especially the Brady Bill, Waco, and the Clintons’ health care initiatives).