Ammon Bundy to Oregon Wildlife Refuge Occupiers: “It’s Time to Go Home.”

Since the FBI won’t reveal the details of exactly how it came to be that Lavoy Filicum was shot and killed as he stepped out of his vehicle yesterday afternoon, I feel it’s safe to assume that it was yet another instance when a brutish heavy-handed approach to law enforcement chosen by the FBI led to a moment of “shoot first, and think about it later.” This is happening too frequently in our country. It is further undermining the trust of everyday Americans in their government and federal law enforcement agencies. A full investigation into the needless death of Lavoy Filicum needs to be opened immediately. That should go without saying.

If you see the news story quietly disappear from national broadcasts as the month ends, you will know that the script is going out to “officially minimize” news coverage of Lavoy’s death, something which is done routinely at the national news network level when the upper echelon elites strongly desire that a news story or reporting on an event “just go away.” They will do all they can to make it go away. It’s the responsibility of top tier alternative news media outlets to make sure that does not happen, and that justice is served for the murder of Lavoy Filicum. Keep reporting people.

Our law enforcement agencies at the federal level are both spiritually and legally liable for the shooting death of Lavoy Filicum. Their souls know this. One is tempted to wonder whether or not the FBI shot and killed Filicum as both a dreadful moment of dark social engineering, and a ‘psychological / crowd control warning shot sent over the bow’ – meant to say in effect to the other occupying protesters, “Go home, or this will happen to you.”

The very next day, Ammon Bundy changed his tune, after the tragic, heartbreaking and unneeded death of his friend and group spokesman, Lavoy Filicum.  Cited:

“I’m asking the federal government to allow the people at the refuge to go home without being prosecuted,” Bundy said in a statement read by his lawyer, Mike Arnold, outside court. “To those at the refuge, I love you. Let us take this fight from here. Please stand down. Please stand down. Go home and hug your families.”

In a federal indictment unsealed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Portland, the FBI said Bundy intended for the refuge — which he and his followers occupied on Jan. 2 — to become a permanent headquarters for anti-government “patriots from all over the country.”

According to the FBI, Bundy says in a video: “We’re planning on staying here for several years.”

So, is this true? Did the occupiers of the wildlife refuge intend to create an anti-government movement stretching over years, and use the compound as their headquarters? Those are quite serious allegations of sedition. I don’t have the answers, and until yesterday, I will admit I hadn’t followed this story too closely. But I am looking into it now, and will report to my readers what I find.

Here’s what Ammon said today:

See also: Christian Oathkeeper LaVoy Finicum Shot Dead During Arrest of Ammon Bundy & Seven Others

Tags: Oregon ranch land protest, Ammon Bundy, murder of Lavoy Finicum, federal law enforcement FBI police brutality, the murder of Lavoy Filicum as social engineering action by FBI

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