As the nation watched a handful of seditious anarchist took over a federal wildlife refuge building. An act of defiance regarding the prosecution of two ranchers on federal land arson charges, one face stood out. The face of the very obvious media hungry stood front and center and offered a voice to the anarchy.
Of course, you recall this image of an over-the-top publicity stunt.
It didn't take much to know, the "tent guy" was not only a publicity hound, he also seemed to relish the thought of a shootout with authorities. Yet, one family member indicates incongruency regarding her father's death.
“We all thought it would end, but not like this,” Challice Finicum Finch said. “My dad did stress that they couldn’t pull a gun on them [officers] unless they pulled a gun. They were all committed to not firing on federal agents.”
Finicum had previously stated that he preferred death to jail, telling NBC News in a Jan. 6 interview that he had no intention of being taken into custody. “There are things more important than your life, and freedom is one of them,” he said at the time. “I’m prepared to defend freedom.”
Aside from the now deceased media hungry Finicum, the follow "anarchist" leaders were apprehended by Oregon authorities. We have added a comment and identifiers. The names of these anarchists are posted on the link in the first paragraph above; we will not add to their notoriety via repeating their names.
It should be noted the two ranchers convicted of arson on federal lands reported to prison as these anarchists took over the refuge building. Both ranchers spoke out against the Oregon group and their act of sedition.
As promised last night, we have posted below updates from MSNBC follow-up segments.
A look back at Oregon occupier Lavoy Finicum
The utter shame of it all.
One last word about Bundy like anarchists the and those who call themselves patriots. Why do their numbers ebb and grow between Democrat and Republican administrations?
Any wonder why the bars are so exponentially higher for Obama?