Jeanette Finicum is the wife of LaVoy, who was killed in Eastern Oregon by the Oregon State Police and other officials.
There is a video taken from within the vehicle LaVoy was driving – when he was murdered — showing the attempts by “law enforcement” (after they killed LaVoy) to kill the people who were in the vehicle with him.
Greetings from Jeanette & family,
My family’s journey since the dreadful snowy day in Eastern Oregon when my husband was murdered has felt long and hard. We are still grieving and will be for a very long time. We miss LaVoy and wish he could be home with us.
We understand filing a wrongful death lawsuit will not bring LaVoy home but its process will uniquely contribute to the delicate journey of closure for each loved one of LaVoy.
Our motivation to continue this long, hard, and expensive journey is to preserve the American dream by ensuring that out of control agents who are delegated sacred controls within our governmental system are held accountable. Out of control agents must not become the norm in this nation.
The outcome of our case will have a powerful butterfly effect upon this nation. If we do not insist upon this accountability, this type of conduct will continue to take precedence and persist in destroying the life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness of many more Americans.
It is not American to deny citizens the right to life, liberty, pursuit of happiness, and due process. We are Americans! Continue reading →
From: Donna Garner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Sunday, January 21, 2018 7:20 AM To: Donna Garner <email@example.com> Subject: IT’S PAST TIME TO REJECT ROE VS. WADE AS INVINCIBLE PRECEDENT — BY JAN LARUE, ESQ. — BARBWIRE– 1.20.18
Jan LaRue, Esq. has a brilliant legal mind and is a member of the California and U. S. Supreme Court bars. Her well-documented treatise [linked here and below] explains exactly why Roe vs. Wade was based upon unscientific fallacies.
Attorney LaRue states,
“The lionization of Roe as untouchable precedent, which has become the definitive litmus test for Supreme Court nominees, rests on the fallacy that we do not know when life begins. The myth stems from seven Supreme Court justices who decided that it was unnecessary to know when life begins in order to decide if it may be ended. After implying that judges aren’t smart enough to even guess when life begins, the seven decided to decide anyway.”Continue reading →
I went to college with Sarah Ragle Weddington, and I remember her very well. It is strange how two people going to the same college could have ended up on two completely different paths: Continue reading →
Recently I read Robert (Bob) Ruesch’s autobiography (In the Warmth of the Shadow: A boy, the Rocky Mountains and God … See what happens). This refreshing book recounts his years growing up in a world-class resort retreat center in Estes Park — the YMCA Camp of the Rockies.
Watch a promotional YouTube about the book:
Bob begins each chapter with an inspirational and thoughtful selection from Scripture, and then proceeds to recount events which take you back in time.
You will experience a very long ride to camp, in a car that isn’t air conditioned.
You will anticipate doing the “seeming” simple job of chopping watermelon for 2,000 to 2,500 hungry vacationers, and then realize it is not that easy. Continue reading →
The Hyde Amendment has long been the single most important pro-life legislation at the federal level, originally enacted in 1976 and upheld on a 5-4 vote by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1980. The amendment, which is an annual rider to the federal budget, prohibits the use of federal taxpayer dollars to fund abortion.