January 26, 2018 will be the second anniversary of the gunning down of LaVoy Finicum on a secluded highway in Oregon by the Oregon State Police, along with attempted murder by an FBI sniper on the scene. I know this because it’s also my birthday and I was boarding a plane from Denver, Colorado to Charlotte, North Carolina when I got the news of his death and the arrests of patriots who stood for the Constitution and were later acquitted of any wrong doing. Now, the Center for Self Governance is producing a documentary on LaVoy. They’ve titled it, “Lavoy: Dead Man Talking.”
Lavoy: Dead Man Talking is a bio-documentary on the life and death of LaVoy Finicum.
LaVoy Finicum was an Arizona rancher and spokesman for the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom who left behind a wife and at 15 children, some from his previous marriage.
According to the Center for Self Governance, “This film is the organic progression of an unfolding epic drama in the ‘Governed V Governing’ series, produced by Center for Self Governance. The Finicum family and Center for Self Governance are raising funds to complete this ongoing project.”
Finicum’s widow, Jeanette is in full support of the project.
“Come with me on this journey to showcase the real man LaVoy Finicum,” she said. “Our family’s mission is to continue his mission to educate and teach. We have partnered with Center for Self Governance in this documentary, to help educate and teach about the delicate line between preserving or losing life, liberty, and property.”
The Center for Self Governance plans to use the “Governed V Governing” series, as an education and teaching tool in its Foundational and Applied Civics training programs nationwide.
“Our vision is to train the public to maintain political boundaries and preserve life, liberty, and property,” said Mark Herr, President of Center for Self Governance and Producer of the documentary.
Director of the film project, Jeremiah Lofthus, added, “I am very happy and excited to be working on this project with CSG. The compelling perspective offered from someone who has passed away offers both challenges and creative rewards.”
If you would like to contribute to this valuable and educational film, a Kickstarter fundraiser has been established to help with costs.
To date, over $13,000 has been raised to produce the documentary. The goal was only $12,000! But don’t worry, CSG has more documentaries for the future.
This is the second documentary in the series.
Center for Self Governance produced part one in the series, “The Bundy Standoff” and had a large online, as well as live, presence of audiences across the country in multiple viewings.
No doubt, the second installment will do just as well!