You know from reading many letters and papers while the constitution was being written my interpretation of a couple of things differ so vastly from these guys. On the reason for the second amendment...the tyranical goverment was england. The tools to combat that would obviously have been an armed citizenry due to a lack of a standing army. The tools to combat their own government were laid out in the constitution itself and granted (in my opinion) by washington abiding to be replaced via a peaceful revolution / democratic election. Which is why I don't understand how "following" the constitution allows for an armed take over of public land managed by the federal government. It would seem the right course of action would be to vote for your interests, get some laws passed, revoked or changed and effect change as the constitution directs. Any ways onto Leeeeeeevooooooooooyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Finnicum, the dude obviously was fleeing from a warrant stop. Rammed a roadblock, had previously stated he wouldn't be taken alive and was not acting in a rational manner that would allow any of the sheriffs on scene to "use a cool head". You could have a debate as to why law enforcement in the US is trained to use deadly force as the first response to imminent danger, when there are less than lethal tools at their disposal. But that small gray area which is nice to talk about after the fact is not the same as the scene as it happened. It is worthy of debate though if that culture that currently exists within law enforcement should be changed some how. In the end a bunch of seditionists who probably should do more than read the first few lines of the constitution and actually understand the purpose of the document they hold so dear were made to look like rank amateurs and will spend a bunch of years in prison. Fitting outcome, in the America they wish to bring us back to, they would have been hanged. They should thank their creator we don't really do that to traitors any more.