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1. Witness says Oregon standoff spokesman 'LaVoy' Finicum charged at officers before being shot dead

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Witness says Oregon standoff spokesman 'LaVoy' Finicum charged at officers before being shot dead

BURNS, OREGON — The spokesman for a group of armed activists who occupied a wildlife refuge in Oregon earlier this month was shot dead by law enforcement during a deadly highway shooting near Burns early this week. While some allege he was killed in cold blood, an eyewitness posted a video on social media disputing the claim that the man died on his knees with his hands up. The Oregonian reports that on Tuesday afternoon, a two-car convoy led by Arizona rancher Robert "LaVoy" Finicum was travelling north along Highway 395, about 20 miles north of Burns, when it was stopped by the FBI and state police. Mark McConnell, the driver of the second vehicle, was with Ammon Bundy, the leader of the protest, and Brian Cavalier when agents apprehended all three of them. Finicum's truck was 200 yards away, and McConnell claimed he saw someone already in handcuffs outside the vehicle when the pickup suddenly took off with the remaining passengers. The truck encountered a roadblock further down the road, and ended up getting stuck in a snowbank after attempting to go around it. Finicum reportedly got out of the vehicle and charged at police. He was shot and killed, while Ammon Bundy's brother, Ryan Bundy, sustained non life-threatening injuries. Authorities detained members of the convoy group, though McConnell and an 18-year-old passenger in Finicum's truck were later released. The rest were arrested and booked into into the Multnomah County Detention Center. ----------------------------------------­­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus


2. Despite Oregon Outcome, Utah Ranchers Reject Federal Authority

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Despite Oregon Outcome, Utah Ranchers Reject Federal Authority

In late January a group of Utah ranchers gathered in Cedar City and signed notices of “withdrawal of consent” to be governed. The statement rejects the authority of the federal agencies that regulate grazing and charge fees to have livestock use public lands. The ranchers were following in the footsteps of Arizona rancher LaVoy Finicum, who had publicly refused to pay for grazing rights and was shot and killed during an attempted arrest.


3. Oregon State Troopers Cleared For Finicum's Death

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Oregon State Troopers Cleared For Finicum's Death

Police were officially justified in killing an armed Robert "LaVoy" Finicum who helped lead a standoff at an Oregon national wildlife refuge. Robert "LaVoy" Finicum died from bullet wounds from trying to flee a traffic stop. in footage presented , Finicum is pulled over in his truck but then takes off and plows into a snowbank. The FBI said it found a loaded handgun in the pocket as well. The occupation by ranchers and others began on Jan. 2 demanding that the federal government turn public lands over to local control and prompting the FBI to get involved in this.


4. FBI Agent Indicted In Rancher Shooting

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FBI Agent Indicted In Rancher Shooting

An FBI agent is facing federal charges for allegedly lying about his role in the deadly shooting of Robert "LaVoy" Finicum in Oregon. Finicum was an Arizona rancher killed at a wildlife refuge during an armed standoff with authorities in 2016. He was one of the leaders of the standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. The rancher tried to outrun officials after driving off the road to avoid a police blockade. He was shot and killed as he appeared to reach into his jacket.


5. The Murder Of LaVoy Finicum

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The Murder Of LaVoy Finicum

VR To - LaVoy By Call Of Duty Goddess http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRmbVDS4p4I Ammon Bundy, the leader of the armed group occupying a federal wildlife refuge near Burns, Oregon, and seven others have been arrested by law enforcement amid gunfire, according to the FBI. At 4:25pm local time on Tuesday afternoon, the FBI and Oregon State Police “began an enforcement action to bring into custody a number of individuals associated with the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. During that arrest, there were shots fired," the Bureau said in a statement. More http://www.rt.com/usa/330249-ammon-bundy-oregon-arrest/ Second Link http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2016/01/26/3743161/bundy-arrested/ FBI Releases Video Footage http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-standoff/2016/01/fbi_to_release_video_footage_o.html Video Via FBI YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAGxDWKrjPQ The Testimony Of Victoria Sharp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wA18O_6dgw Additional Reports On The Shooting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSOiY-bKpSg Statement From Pacific Patriots Net http://pacificpatriotsnetwork.com/official_call_to_action_2016-01-29.php Burns Oregon Breaking GLP Thread http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message3070742/pg1 LaVoy Finicum A Domestic Terrorist? http://mo8th.com/was-lavoy-finicum-a-domestic-terrorist/ He Was A Rancher And Foster Parent http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/the-man-killed-in-an-fbi-shootout-in-oregon-was-a-rancher-and-foster-parent-to-50-boys/ar-BBoLhEt?li=BBnb7Kz LaVoy Finicum Oath Keepers Interview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLfWcpaV0qA Ballad Of LaVoy Finicum By Jordan Page http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzYwSJfO6Vk Also See - Live Stream / Recordings From Inside http://www.youtube.com/user/DefendYourBase The Oscar Minor Effect By Montagraph http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sd7XsT69f_4 Video Backdrop By Dees Illustration http://ddees.com/ Video Editing By Adobe After Effects http://www.adobe.com/products/aftereffects.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------- My Links Main YouTube Channel Subscribe For Future Videos http://youtube.com/MaKaElectric Backup YouTube Channel Subscribe To Keep In Touch http://youtube.com/ItsMaKa2 Follow Me On Twitter Breaking News / New Uploads / Live Show Alerts http://twitter.com/MaKaElectric Follow Me On Facebook Page Repeats Twitter Feed Above http://facebook.com/ItsMaKa2 Follow Me On Google+ New Uploads / Live Hangouts http://plus.google.com/+MaKaElectric --- U.S. Scancast Website --- U.S. Scancast Nationwide Scanner Network Live Nationwide Scanner Audio And Chat 24/7 http://Scancast.webs.com


6. Widow Of Wildlife Refuge Occupier To Sue FBI, Police

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Widow Of Wildlife Refuge Occupier To Sue FBI, Police

The widow of an Arizona rancher shot and killed at the end of a month-long standoff between federal authorities and militia members in Oregon plans to sue FBI agents and state police over the deadly shooting. Robert “LaVoy” Finicum was one of the apparent leaders of a heavily-armed group that took over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in January in protest over rancher land rights. He was killed by Oregon State Police as they tried to take him and other leaders of the occupation into custody. Finicum fled from state police and the FBI in a truck when officers tried to pull him over on the side of a winding road, swerving to avoid a road block and crashing into a snow embankment. According to BuzzFeed News, when Finicum exited the vehicle he was shot by state police. Officials said the Arizona rancher, an outspoken critic of federal control of Western lands, reached toward his pocket several times where he was carrying a firearm. California-based attorney Bryan Claypool is also representing Ryan Bundy, another leader of the standoff. Bundy is currently in custody and facing federal charges related to the wildlife refuge takeover. Bundy was shot in the arm during the same car stop when Finicum was killed.


7. Feds Intercept and Arrest Oregon Occupation Leaders

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Feds Intercept and Arrest Oregon Occupation Leaders

State and federal authorities seeking to bring an end to a month-long occupation of a federal wildlife refuge have acted. On Tuesday, law enforcement officers arrested Ammon and Ryan Bundy. They were pulled over and arrested along Highway 395 during the afternoon. According to a senior law enforcement official, rancher LaVoy Finicum was shot and killed during the arrest; Ryan Bundy was also shot and wounded. Shots were fired around 4:25 p.m.


8. Authorities Surround Oregon Refuge After Arrests

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Authorities Surround Oregon Refuge After Arrests

The Oregon nature preserve occupied by an armed anti-government group was surrounded by law-enforcement agents on Wednesday after one of the men was killed by officers during a traffic stop and eight others, including the group's leader Ammon Bundy, were arrested. The arrests came amid increasing calls for authorities to take action against the group for the illegal occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, which was taken by the small militia on January 2 in a bid to force the government to turn federal lands over to local officials. The Oregonian has also reported that Arianna Finicum Brown confirmed that her father, Arizona rancher Robert "LaVoy" Finicum, was the man killed. The 55-year-old Finicum was a frequent and public presence at the refuge, often speaking for the group at news conferences.


9. FBI Agents Investigated For Fatal Oregon Traffic Stop

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FBI Agents Investigated For Fatal Oregon Traffic Stop

According to an Oregon sheriff, FBI agents involved with a fatal traffic stop are under investigation. The agents failed to disclose they had fired shots that missed Robert "LaVoy" Finicum, an Arizona rancher; Finicum served as a de facto spokesman during the armed occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. The Deschutes County sheriff added during a news conference that the actions of the FBI agents was of concern.


10. FBI video shows Oregon militia spokesman getting shot by cops

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FBI video shows Oregon militia spokesman getting shot by cops

PORTLAND, OREGON — Aerial video showing the fatal police shooting of an armed Oregon wildlife refuge occupier during a traffic stop was released by the FBI on Thursday. The climax of the blurry footage, captured on Tuesday, appears to show 54-year-old Robert "Lavoy" Finicum, a spokesman for the militia occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, reaching into his jacket at least twice before officers open fire and kill him. Inside the part of the jacket he was reaching for was a loaded gun, said Greg Bretzing, special agent in charge of the FBI, in a press release published on the FBI's website. According to the Associated Press, federal authorities released the video to counter claims that Finicum did nothing to provoke officers prior to being gunned down. Prior to the shooting, the video shows Finicum drive off at speed in a white truck from Oregon state police and FBI agents. Bretzing said the Arizona rancher nearly struck a federal agent before his vehicle became stuck in a snowbank. The footage, captured from a FBI aircraft, shows a man identified as Finicum exit the truck with his hands raised. Bretzing said Finicum can be seen reaching for his jacket pocket on two occasions before officers shoot at him. That pocket contained a loaded semi-automatic 9 mm handgun, the FBI said. During the incident, authorities arrested five prominent figures from the wildlife refuge occupation including brothers Ammon and Ryan Bundy, the sons of Nevada rancher Clive Bundy. The Bundys were previously involved in a tense standoff in 2014 with federal authorities over grazing rights. The wildlife refuge occupation began on Jan. 2, 2016 when leader Ammon Bundy and several of his followers took over a small group of government buildings near the rural community of Burns, Oregon. Bretzing said four occupiers remained at the refuge Thursday night as authorities tried to negotiate their exit. ----------------------------------------­­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus


11. Shooting of LaVoy Finicum Determined Justified

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Shooting of LaVoy Finicum Determined Justified

According to a local sheriff and prosecutor, LaVoy Finicum provoked his death by choosing to confront law enforcement. The 54-year-old cattle rancher from Arizona died on Jan. 26 along an Oregon highway during the occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. Dan Norris, the district attorney for Malheur county, concluded on Tuesday that the actions of the Oregon state troopers on-scene that day are justified. The Deschutes county sheriff's office also released a video recorded by Shawna Cox, a member of the militia who was inside Finicum's vehicle during the confrontation. In the clip Finicum can be heard shouting at the state troopers to let him go or shoot him. Prior to the confrontation, Finicum attempted to bypass a road-block in his truck; after losing control he swerved off the highway into a snow embankment before exiting the vehicle.


12. Oregon militia slams government surveillance at Malheur refuge

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Oregon militia slams government surveillance at Malheur refuge

Robert ‘LaVoy’ Finicum, an Arizona rancher and occupier of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Oregon, speaks to the press on Saturday. Finicum describes the installation of surveillance cameras in and around the Bundy family’s house as unreasonable. He also calls for the release of cattle rancher Dwight Hammond and his son Steve, who face jail terms related to arson charges


13. What We Know About The Death Of LaVoy Finicum That We Didn't Know Before

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What We Know About The Death Of LaVoy Finicum That We Didn't Know Before

Authorities in Oregon have publicly revealed new information about the shooting of Oregon wildlife refuge standoff leader LaVoy Finicum at the hands of law enforcement that could have a major impact on the way the public views the entire confrontation that led to his death. In announcing Tuesday that the fatal shooting of Finicum was justified, authorities also divulged that additional shots were fired in the incident, including two shots that were allegedly concealed by one or more FBI agents who are now under investigation. The new information didn't lead authorities to conclude the shootings were unjustified but it does help paint a clearer picture of what happened in the tense final moments before Finicum died. Before Tuesday, the public knew (thanks to aerial footage released by the FBI of the incident) that Finicum had been stopped by law enforcement on a remote stretch of Oregon highway, that he drove his vehicle away from the scene, that he nearly hit a police barrier, stepped out of his vehicle, reached toward a weapon and was shot by Oregon State police. But Tuesday, the public learned that in the course of the the deadly-force investigation it was discovered that the FBI had fired two additional shots during the incident and never reported them in interviews with investigators. As a result, the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team is now under investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office "We look forward to working closely with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Oregon, as well as state and local officials as we review this matter," Department of Justice Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz said. "Because our investigation is ongoing, we will be unable to provide any further information until it is complete. We will publicly disclose our findings at that time.” According to Sheriff Nelson, the FBI team may have lied to cover up that the weapon was discharged. Neither of the FBI shots hit Finicum nor were they believed to have contributed to Finicum's death. However, the mere existence of the two bullets changes the optics of the entire incident from a completely justified confrontation to a more complicated law enforcement interaction. During the course of the investigation into the January shooting, investigators found that they could not account for the source a rogue bullet hole found in the roof of the truck Finicum was driving. While the FBI released silent video footage of the shooting just days after Finicum was killed, new footage obtained during the investigation that had been shot from the backseat of Finicum's vehicle added new insight into the police confrontation that led to Finicum's death. In the video, which was shot by fellow refuge occupier Shawna Cox, Finicum is defiant after initially being stopped by law enforcement. Finicum repeatedly tells officers he plans to go to the community of John Day, where he was scheduled to meet the Grant County sheriff and give a presentation alongside other occupiers. Finicum tells police "you back down or you kill me now. Go ahead, put your bullet through me." Then, occupiers within the vehicle agree to drive away from police. After driving off at about 70 mph, Finicum eventually encounters a roadblock. An Oregon trooper fires three shots toward the vehicle in an attempt to make Finicum stop and Finicum swerves into a snowbank. According to a transcript of the press conference, the investigators determined that the "first shot strikes the sideview mirror." The "second shot hits the front of the truck " and the "third shot hits the truck at [an] angle." At this point, Finicum exits the truck and it is around this time that investigators believe the FBI fired "two other shots." Finicum is instructed to get on the ground. Finicum is heard saying on Cox's video "go ahead and shoot me." According to the press conference, on the third time officers call for Finicum to get on the ground, " Mr. Finicum grabs his jacket with his left hand and again reaches with his right hand into the area of his jacket where his gun was later found. The two Oregon State Police troopers behind Mr. Finicum, only one of whom you can see in the video, shoot a total of three shots, killing Mr. Finicum." The lawyer for standoff mastermind Ammon Bundy told the Oregonian that the news Tuesday changed the way he looked at the entire incident. "I'm going to have to go back and reconsider all the conspiracy theories that I've written off," Mike Arnold said. Within moments after Finicum's death was announced, sympathizers to the standoff sought to use Finicum's final moments with law enforcement as a symbol of government overreach. The movement to make Finicum a martyr was almost instantaneous. In a statement following the shooting, Finicum's family insisted Finicum had been killed "in cold blood." Nevada state lawmaker Michele Fiore, who later played a key role in negotiating the end of the standoff, tweeted: "My heart & prays go out


14. Man Dead In Oregeon Standoff Vowed To Die Before Going To Jail

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Man Dead In Oregeon Standoff Vowed To Die Before Going To Jail

A member of an armed anti-government group who was killed in a traffic stop in Oregon vowed a few weeks ago that he would die before spending his life behind bars. LaVoy Finicum, a 55-year-old rancher from Cain Beds, Arizona, died Tuesday after law enforcement officers initiated the stop near the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Oregon.


15. Martyr Hemraj's family to continue protest

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Martyr Hemraj's family to continue protest

For days now martyred soldier Hemraj's family has been protesting, demanding the remains of their son. But all the voices that so strongly condemned the brutal killing have so far not once bothered to even meet the members of the soldier's family. The family is demanding head of the slain 13 Rajputana Rifles soldier, who was decapitated by Pakistani troops near the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir on January 8. They went on fast after cremating the headless body of 29-year-old Hemraj on Thursday (Jan 10).