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Thara Lynn Tenney, the daughter of slain rancher Lavoy Finicum, joined me last week for a one-on-one interview to discuss her new book ‘Liberty Rising’ and the status of the investigation into her father’s death.

Finicum was shot dead in the snow by Oregon state troopers a few years ago in connection to a protest he was involved in with other rancher activists.  The group was taking issue with the Bureau of Land Management and the federal government and its treatment of local ranchers.

The protest gained national attention and the murder of Finicum was caught on camera.

The interview between myself and Tenney can be heard below.  Images from my film A DAY AT BUNDY’s plays in the backdrop during our interview.

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