Jeanette Finicum is the widow-turned-activist of the late LaVoy Finicum, a cowboy who lived his life for God, his family and liberty. LaVoy was assassinated in Jan of 2016 by Federal and State troopers in Oregon. Jeanette and her family are locked in a heated legal battle with the government to defend our liberty and to hold responsible parties accountable for his murder.
Since his assassination, Jeanette has shared his story and furthered the awareness of defending our God given liberties by speaking throughout our nation and calling on government agencies to step back into their jurisdiction and under the parameters set out in our Constitution.
She continues LaVoy’s legacy working on their small cattle ranch; and in standing up to out of control government agents who disregard life, liberty and the protection of personal property rights.