Robert 'LaVoy' Finicum

31 January 2016

 

Photograph from a public Facebook page of Tom Carbone, 31 Jan 2016

 

 

Related:

The Haunting Last Words of Oregon Protester LaVoy Finicum, video posted by Joe Miller.

 

 

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