Monday, June 26, 2017

Ammon Bundy

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LaVoy Finicum

The FBI has released drone footage of the shooting of LaVoy Finicum.

The footage largely supports the accounts told by eyewitnesses at the scene and not the version told by Ammon Bundy’s “bodyguard” who was detained and released.

The bodyguard, Mark McConnell told the public via YouTube that LaVoy had “rushed” the police.

The account was completely false after reviewing the footage. Supporters of the Oregon protesters are now claiming that McConnell was an FBI plant.

In reviewing the video, at the 8:11 mark, you’ll find two flashes just before the white pickup drove away.

This supports an eyewitness who was in the truck that they were fired on before driving away.

At the 9:20 mark, you’ll see the white pickup plow into a snow banks and Finicum quickly exit with his arms spread wide in surrender.

Finicum stumbles in the snow, his hands fall, and he is surprised by an agent rushing toward him through the woods.

The agent, with his arm extended, shoots LaVoy Finicum and he falls dead. His arms moves for a moment and it’s unclear if additional shots were fired.

If you continue watching, you’ll see several balls of fire that appear to be flash bangs near the pickup.

Even at the 13:37 mark, you’ll see red lasers pointed at the head of Finicum by SWAT snipers.

The footage, while not definitive, largely supports the account reported by the eyewitness and Finicum’s daughter.

LaVoy Finicum appeared to be gunned down in cold blood in an ambush by the Federal Bureau of Investigations.

Watch and comment below:

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Oregon Shooting

A protester occupying a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon, Mark McConnell has gone to YouTube to defend the government in their shooting of LaVoy Finicum.

Finicum and several others were on their way to a town meeting on Tuesday night when they came upon a government roadblock intended to stop and arrest them.

LaVoy Finicum, who eyewitnesses say was shot in the face by law enforcement while his hands were in the air, was killed in the incident.

Finicum’s daughter, who was not present, says LaVoy, who was the spokesman for the group, claims her father was initially shot in the face and then shot another three times when his body hit the ground.

That account is challenged by Mark McConnell, who showed up at the refuge to serve as Ammon Bundy’s bodyguard.

Although McConnell was not a witness to the shooting, his car was stopped and he was detained at the start of the incident.

Mark published a video on YouTube saying that Finicum sped away from the roadblock and charged law enforcement, leading to his death.

While McConnell was one of the protesters occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon, he was released from custody and remains uncharged.

The release gave McConnell to go to social media with his version of the events.

Weeks ago, a local government official resigned in protest after he caught government agents posing as members of a militia.

McConnell somehow managed to keep his name out of media reports throughout his time in the refuge.

While there is no evidence to suggest that McConnell is a government employee, the strong claims made by other eyewitnesses give reason to doubt the motivations of Mark McConnell in his defense of the government.

Watch the video here and comment below:


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