More information has been released on the fateful day that LaVoy Finicum was murdered on a lonely highway north of Burns, Oregon.
In January 2016, a Dead-man’s roadblock was set up on Hwy 395, seemingly by order of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) top agent in Oregon, Greg Bretzing…
The motion outlines the government’s version of events on January 26, 2016. It also states that the FBI requested the State police were not to wear their standard body cameras.
This is a highly unusual request, especially in the current societal climate. It generally benefits officers to have their actions recorded during potentially dangerous events.
To have the FBI’s elite Hostage Rescue Team specifically request assisting officers not wear them does not bode well for the expected outcome for the civilians involved.
In an additional apparent lack of transparency, they FBI also asked that subsequent interviews with agents not be recorded. This was, again, unusual as questioning is normally recorded, as the FBI well knows.
Read the entire article at Redoubt News by clicking here. And, yet, FBI agents only seem to worry that political attacks are tarnishing the agency’s reputation rather than the agency’s own continued bungling tyranny.
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