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There is still time to at least bring the truth to light through the wrongful death lawsuit.
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The Oregonian is doing nothing more than the Southern Poverty Law Center did when they mapped out those who speak out against the sodomite community and lovingly call them to repentance, while that very mapping encouraged and provided the information a gunman needed to go to a pro-life organization and seek to commit mass murder. 
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Did these people learn nothing from Steven Myhre’s violations of the rights of the defendants and the law in the Bundy Ranch case? 
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A bombshell was delivered by the prosecution in which they alleged that a total of eight shots were fired, but only two shell casings were recovered.  They claim that Astarita took that other six shell casings.
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FBI Supervisory Special Agent W. Joseph Astarita is facing several charges related to the attempted murder and coverup of shots he took at LaVoy Finicum as he exited his vehicle after dodging a roadblock setup by the FBI and Oregon State Police on January 26, 2016.  However, it is coming to
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It was two years ago today, January 26, 2016, that Arizona rancher LaVoy Finicum was gunned down on an isolated road in Oregon by Oregon State Police.  Yesterday, a wrongful death civil suit was filed by his widow, Jeanette, just as she said she would, against a host of defendants,
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January 26, 2018 will be the second anniversary of the gunning down of LaVoy Finicum on a secluded highway in Oregon by the Oregon State Police, along with attempted murder by an FBI sniper on the scene.  I know this because it’s also my birthday and I was boarding a
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My father was the cowboy in Eastern Oregon who was shot three times in the back by government agents while his hands were up in surrender on January of 2016. He was on his way, with others, to a meeting with a county sheriff.  As a man of high integrity,
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On January 26, 2016, LaVoy Finicum was shot and killed by Oregon State Police just moments after an FBI sniper took at least two shots at Finicum as he exited his white pick-up truck in a snow bank after avoiding a roadblock. W. Joseph Astarita, a member of the FBI’s elite
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In June, I reported on FBI agent W. Joseph Astarita, who shot twice at LaVoy Finicum in what can only be explained as attempted murder, being indicted by a grand jury.  Just a day later, Astarita entered a plea of “not guilty” to five counts of lying and obstruction of justice.
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