|"Excessive Force" BLM
Ranger William Finch Accused of Molesting 11-yr. old
By Edward Snook
In April of this year the US~Observer published an article titled “BLM Ranger Uses Excessive Force.”
The article stated, “being menaced, assaulted and jailed by an armed Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Park Ranger was the last thing that Dennis and Michelle Easley and their three children could have planned for when they left home on the morning of Feb. 20th 2010, for a day of play in the country with friends.” (Read entire article at www.usobserver.com.)
The Easley’s were both charged with misdemeanor crimes after their altercation with Ranger Finch and Jackson County, Oregon Deputy Sheriff Jimmie Gyllenskog.
The US~Observer received allegations of sex abuse against Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ranger William Finch on June 10, 2011. The accusations came from Finch’s former girlfriend and her, now, 15-year-old daughter.
The allegations against Finch arose from a time when the young girl was in the 5th grade and living in Yuma, Arizona. She was reportedly 11-years-old at the time. The US~Observer is withholding the names of both the mother and her daughter at this time due to the severity of the allegations and the fears of Ranger William Finch that both mother and daughter have shared with this writer.
More articles about Finch's abuses
The Criminal-Legend Of Jimmie & William - The Legend of County Deputy Sheriff Jimmie Gyllenskog & BLM Ranger William Finch will not make history in Oregon, but it should have! These two thugs apparently committed several unprovoked crimes against unarmed civilians in the name of requiring a state-sticker that needed to be placed upon their Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV). This entire episode does much harm to anything that might have anything to do with law-enforcement actions of any kind, and amounts to violent crimes against the population by two out-of-control and out-of-uniform individuals, in the course of their supposed duties. How could not having a sticker merit the threatened use of deadly force? (Rense.com)
BLM Ranger Uses Excessive Force - Incident occurred 2-20-2010 - Being menaced, assaulted and jailed by an armed Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Park Ranger was the last thing that Dennis and Michelle Easley and their three children could have planned for when they left home on the morning of Feb. 20th 2010, for a day of play in the country with friends. Dennis and Michelle Easley, their three children and friends Lana Walker with her two children, Lana’s sister Jennifer Mobbs, Adam Ramirez and his brother Zues and friend, Mark, were all preparing for a day of fun with their off road RV’s that were parked at a gravel pit near Elderberry camp grounds. Elderberry camp grounds and the surrounding area are located in Southern Oregon about fifteen miles from Central Point Oregon and has been a popular place for families to camp, ride bikes and off road vehicle’s for at least 40 years. According to witnesses, as some in the families were preparing to ride two armed men wearing camel packs and Helmets riding unmarked dirt bikes displaying nothing that would readily indicate they were law enforcement rode up and said, “we are checking for Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) stickers.” (US Observer)
RANGER WILLIAM FINCH AND ABUSE OF POWER - Jackson County, Oregon -
In our last issue (Volume 2 – Issue 1, located at www.usobserver.com) we
reported on an incident of alleged “Abuse by an Officer” that happened
on February 20, 2010, involving Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ranger
William Finch, from the Medford, Oregon BLM Office, Jackson County
Deputy Sheriff Jimmy Gylenskog and the Easley family. Our first article,
which I prompt everyone to read, described in detail, the physical and
mental abuse leveled at Michelle Easley and her family. We have since discovered
that Ranger Finch is also deputized by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office,
to perform specific duties. (U.S. Observer)
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