Branch Davidian Clive Doyle, one of the few survivors of theWaco raid, gave testimony today that was sharply at odds with FBI and Clinton Administration accounts. The FBI shot first, he told House members, and at least one Davidian was killed by helicopter fire. Both assertions have been flatly denied by the FBI. But Doyle also contradicted himself. Days after the raid he said the compound fire was started inside with Coleman fuel; today he couldn't remember. Defending the Administration today, former deputy attorney general Webster Hubbell, who recently testified at Senate Whitewater hearings, was grilled by House Republicans, but held fast to Attorney General Reno's claim that President Clinton at no time pressured the Justice Department to end the 51-day siege with tear gas. Reno will testify Tuesday.