Skip to comments.Will prison officials allow Wayne Fincher to attend wife’s funeral?(Consitution)
Posted on 08/31/2011 6:47:45 AM PDT by marktwain
Paul W. Davis shares some sad news:
It is with great sorrow and regret that I must inform you of the passing of Linda Fincher, Wayne Fincher's wife. She passed away sometime early in the morning, the 28th of August at her home. At this time the cause of death is determined to be a seizure. She was alone at the time. Miss Linda had been suffering from seizures for some years now.
I am requesting your prayers for the family, particularly for Wayne and the daughters, Connie and Carol Ann. It was ever Miss Linda's concern that she would not see Wayne come home. Sadly, that concern has come true.
Long-time readers of the War on Guns blog will recall Fincher, a lieutenant commander in the Militia of Washington County (AR), was convicted of possession of an unregistered machine gun in a trial where the judge would not allow the Constitution to be mentioned in his defense. Click here to access an extensive archive that chronicles his struggles, and click here, to read The Silver Bullet, a document he co-authored that clearly demonstrates how the National Firearms Act of 1934 is a criminal fraud and levy of war.
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Jurors have always had the power to decide if a law was Constitutional or not.