The Rank and File of the FBI

Part of the government's animation of the Jan. 26, 2016 shooting scene on U.S. 395. Government experts say the figure in blue is FBI Hostage Rescue Team Agent W. Joseph Astarita, who is accused of lying and concealing that he fired two shots at Robert "LaVoy" Finicum as he stepped out of his pickup that swerved into a snowbank. One shot hit the roof, the other missed entirely, prosecutors allege.

Are you following this trial? Do you remember the murder of Lavoy Finnicum by the FBI’s rank and file?

David DeGerolamo


Defense lawyers try to debunk government’s 3D reconstruction of FBI agent’s alleged shot

Lawyers for indicted FBI agent W. Joseph Astarita want a judge to bar the government’s animated reconstructions of shots fired at Oregon refuge occupier Robert “LaVoy” Finicum from being presented at trial, calling them unreliable and riddled with errors.

Prosecutors had Kevin Turpen, a Deschutes County sheriff’s deputy, and Toby Terpstra, a senior forensic animator with a private Colorado firm, reconstruct the moment that a shot struck the roof of Finicum’s truck after he swerved into a snowbank on the side of U.S. 395 to avoid a police roadblock.


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One Response to The Rank and File of the FBI

  1. Bill says:

    I agree the so called rank and file are just as dirty as there head bosses are, they are a lawless group of Marxist scumbags and at some point we will have to reign these evil bastards in using force.

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