AUDIO INTERVIEW: Jeanette Finicum Speaks to AFP
The tragic death of Robert “LaVoy” Finicum, the iconic Arizona rancher who served as a key leader and spokesman for the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Oregon earlier this year, has sparked outrage in the patriot community. Finicum was shot and killed by agents of the Oregon State Police on January 26 in a joint Federal Bureau of Investigation-Oregon State Police operation.
Regular readers of AMERICAN FREE PRESS are familiar with those circumstances, as well as the background and purpose of the occupation of the Refuge, which was led by Mr. Finicum, Ammon Bundy, and a number of other American patriots and Constitutionalists.
On March 17, John Friend spoke with Mrs. Jeanette Finicum, LaVoy’s widow, and Thara Tenney, one of Finicum’s daughters. In this exclusive interview, these courageous ladies talk about the type of man and father LaVoy was, his motivation for participating in the occupation of the Refuge, the powerful novel he published in 2015, the redress of grievance submitted to local and state officials in Oregon, and the mass media’s coverage of the situation, in this revealing interview (36:56).
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