FBI Didn't Want Body Cams At Roadblock Where LaVoy Finicum Was Killed | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


FBI Didn't Want Body Cams At Roadblock Where LaVoy Finicum Was Killed

FBI Supervisory Special Agent W. Joseph Astarita is facing several charges related to the attempted murder and coverup of shots he took at LaVoy Finicum as he exited his vehicle after dodging a roadblock setup by the FBI and Oregon State Police on January 26, 2016. However, it is coming to light now that the FBI did not want the police to wear their standard body cameras at the roadblock.

First of all, Astarita's trial is to begin sometime this month. He was indicted, but unlike those that were arrested that fateful day in January and held for nearly 2 years facing trials in which they were both acquitted and had dismissed because the prosecution was violating the law and their rights, he was allowed to walk on after entering a not guilty plea and was not held on bail.

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