Lavoy Finicum, The Man They Killed in Oregon, Was My Husband

Please make this event if you can. — jtl, 419
Jeanette Finicum is the widow of Lavoy Finicum, the man who was killed by FBI snipers in Oregon in 2016 while protesting government violation of citizens’ property rights.
She will speak at the Red Pill Expo scheduled for June 21 – 23 in Spokane, Washington, and explain what really happened on that fatal day and how the media demonized her husband in the minds of the public by falsely labeling him as a racist and a potential terrorist.
The world premiere of the film, Lavoy; Dead Man Talking, will take place at the beginning of the Expo. We asked Jeanette to summarize her presentation into 3 minutes or less. This is her response.
Comments from Mark Reynolds: Psychopaths are in total control of the government at all levels. Right down to your local police departments and even those who preach to us from the pulpits. I pray that indictments like this one are what is going to be behind the twilight of the psychopaths.

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