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Landmark 1st episode of The Patriot Report. Stewart and LaVoy’s last interview.

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Here is the the first landmark episode of the Patriot Report with Jason Van Tatenhove radio show. This was the last interview Jason did with LaVoy before he was killed. In this he speaks directly to Stewart Rhodes about the progress being made in Utah with Several County Sheriffs stepping up and defending ranchers who are also stepping up and unplugging from the BLM system of paying grazing fees. This idea could truly ignite a wildfire of change across the western states.

You can listen to future episodes of The Patriot Report with Jason Van Tatenhove LIVE Sunday evenings at 4-6 pm Mountain time at freedomslips.com studio b.

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Stewart Rhodes

Stewart is the founder and National President of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump. He is a former firearms instructor, former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff, and served as a volunteer firefighter in Montana. Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.

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  1. It does not take a majority to prevail… but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men. Sam Adams

  2. Can some one verify this I had noticed the unedited video showing the Lavoy shooting and this was on the Oregon Standoff website dated 1/26/2016 full unedited version of shooting. Please note that the date showing on the unedited clip shows a date of 27JAN2016 this is not a assumption this is clearly what is on the video.

    This is unreal also I have seen personal video someone had shot that someone had posted they where somehow caught behind the roadblock and got in front of the first set of officers. It was staged they then removed that video and cannot find it anywhere. They staged his shooting to justify shooting him you have the power and numbers get this out ASAP before it gets wiped out for good I have screen shots of the video showing the date being incorrect as well.

    1. The time stamp on the video is Zulu Time (same as Greenwich Mean Time or GMT). 4:30PM Pacific Standard Time converts to 12:30AM the following day in Zulu Time. Zulu time is used by pilots, the military, and I’m sure by other entities as well. Where I had worked RADAR data was always time stamped in Zulu time, and during processing it had to be converted to PST to align with all other telemetry data collected which was time stamped in PST. I recall that the difference is 8 hours, 7 during Daylight Savings Time. Also, you can use Google to find time converters to verify this. Hope this is helpful.

  3. Please note video from FBI YouTube channel clearly states that the time stamp is seen as the pilots use Zulu time and the recording shows that time stamp but records show that the where pulled over at 4:25 making that impossible to be after 12 Zulu time

  4. Thank you Jason. Every episode will be a dagger in the heart of the beast. It will take many daggers to kill it. Keep up the good work.

  5. In this interview, SGM Santoro says that the FBI was doing a shift change, or a replacement of some of their manpower on scene. Could the reason for the change in personnel have been because FBI supervisors, or people in the Obama administration monitoring this event, did not like the cordial interaction taking place between the FBI and PPN? It sounds as though the FBI agents present and the PPN members had a mutual respect for each other and had developed a rapport. Perhaps higher-ups who wanted a swift armed end to the occupation of the Malheur Refuge thought the agents on scene would push back on such orders. Did they fear the agents had grown fond of Ammon and LaVoy and become sympathetic to their cause? Did the shift change put in place FBI agents who were hand-selected because they would be more aggressive?

    Also, related to this is LaVoy Finicum’s statement in an interview the day before his death that there had been a notable change in the FBI agents’ demeanor toward him and Ammon Bundy when they went to talk with them lately. LaVoy said that now the FBI were less friendly and came up to talk to them with their guns. Was this because they were different FBI agents than LaVoy and Ammon had spoken with previous times?

    I am not implying that this was the case, I’m merely asking about the possibility, that the original “friendly” FBI agents were replaced with “aggressive” agents.

    One other observation. Jason said he had to work around LaVoy’s schedule for interviews with Fox News and another major news outlet (forget which) that hour. So it seems that LaVoy was indeed an excellent well-spoken representative of the ranchers, and he was getting their message out to people across the nation. Could this be why they had to silence LaVoy?

    Great interviews, by the way. Enjoyed listening to this and learned a lot. But I found it so eerie to hear LaVoy Finicum’s voice. What a good kind-hearted man he was. You can hear his warmth and kindness in his voice. May he rest in peace. God bless his family.

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