BREAKING: Due to Prosecutor Misconduct, Judge Declares Mistrial in Fed Case Against Cliven Bundy…

Justice-time for Christmas !!  Against revelations of egregious prosecutorial misconduct, and withholding Brady evidence from the defense, Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro has declared a mistrial in the federal case against Nevada Rancher Cliven Bundy.

NEVADA – A federal judge declared a mistrial Wednesday in the case of a Nevada rancher accused of leading an armed standoff against the government in 2014, blaming prosecutors for withholding key evidence from defense lawyers, including records about the conduct of FBI and Bureau of Land Management agents.

Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro in Las Vegas dismissed a jury seated last month for the long-awaited trial of Cliven Bundy, his sons Ryan and Ammon Bundy and self-styled Montana militia leader Ryan Payne.

The decision is the latest in a string of failed prosecutions in Nevada and Oregon against those who have opposed federal control of vast swaths of land in Western states.

Jurors acquitted the two Bundy sons of taking over a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon for more than a month in early 2016 and amid calls for the U.S. government to turn over public land to local control.

In the Nevada case, Navarro faulted federal prosecutors for failing to turn over all evidence to defense attorneys.

“The government is obligated to disclose all evidence that might be favorable” to the defense, the judge said.

[…]  The judge had hinted last week that trouble was afoot. She sent the jury home to review sealed documents following closed-door hearings over complaints about the conduct of FBI and Bureau of Land Management agents during the standoff.

[…]  A whistleblower memo by a lead U.S. Bureau of Land Management investigator that was released last week alleges widespread bad judgment, bias and misconduct, as well as “likely policy, ethical and legal violations among senior and supervisory staff” in the days leading up to the standoff.

The memo said agents who planned and oversaw the cattle roundup mocked and displayed clear prejudice against the Bundys, their supporters and Mormons.

The investigator, Larry Wooten, said he was removed from the investigation last February after he complained to the U.S. attorney’s office in Nevada.

The judge freed the Bundy sons and Payne to house arrest during the trial after nearly two years in jail. Cliven Bundy refused the judge’s offer, with his lawyer saying the patriarch was holding out for acquittal.

“A mistrial is a very bad result for the government,” Ian Bartrum, a University of Nevada, Las Vegas, law professor who has followed the case closely told the Associated Press.

Bartrum had cast the trial as a test of whether the federal government could enforce its own land policy in Western states where it owns or controls vast expanses. (read more)

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303 Responses to BREAKING: Due to Prosecutor Misconduct, Judge Declares Mistrial in Fed Case Against Cliven Bundy…

  1. Howie says:

    With him or without him.

    Liked by 2 people

    • That POS, soon to be burning in Hell, Harry Reid had his fingerprints all over this travesty of justice. May have been part of the UraniumOne deal.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Mr. T. says:

        Thanks to a very astute investigative reporter, it was uncovered that Harry Reid, along with one of his sons, was in partnership with a group of Chinese investors who wanted Bundy off that land so they could build a solar panel farm. Reid belongs in prison.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Carrie2 says:

        By the way, we are the owners of all our lands and the feds only to “care” for it. The Bundys were right and should be released and all fees/and whatever monies they had to expend to defend themselves. Time for us to email Trump and ask him to release the Bundys completely and reimburse them for fees and loss of income on OUR land and remove all those involved in the shooting as apparently other FBI creeps against America and our freedoms and rights. Whether it was democrats in Congress or out of Congress, this needs to be rectified and the Bundys thanked for standing up to gross murder and being removed from OUR land while always having cared for the land and the right to use it. Enough of this with the FBI and CIA and those in Congress who think they own us. They don’t and won’t any more! Remember THIS IS OUR LAND and not the feds nor anyone else.

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  2. snailmailtrucker says:

    F the BLM in every form !

    Liked by 10 people

    • MisterPasta says:

      …and BLM!

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      • sat0422 says:

        Bureau of Land Management – Black Lives Matter whatever, the acronym BLM means trouble.

        Just announced under the radar via TIme, Inc. – Memphis, TN just sold prime real estate for $1,000 to some outfit called Greenspace. Sittiing in the middle of the parcel was the Nathan B. Forest statue. Last night, 12/20/2017 the mayor and board of alderman stood by and watched in the dark as the statues were dismantled. The plan was kept undercover since the State did not grant the city permission to move or dismantle the statues.
        NOTE: Forest Park is also a burial site. They messed with graves of a famous general and his wife weather you liked him or not. It is government run amuck. The city is taxing residents to high heaven and selling prime real estate for nothing. What is Greenspace and who owns it? Sleazy socialists will stop at nothing.

        As for Bundy, I congratulate him and all the brave people who came to his rescue during the Reid raids. It was a telling time in America.

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  3. Turranos says:

    Thank God – the Feds lost another one and I am doing the happy dance!

    Liked by 13 people

    • Bailey02 says:

      How big is the lost cost for the Bundy ranch? 3-4 years in trial, jail, fined and many other damage to the heart, emotion, ? Should they sue the prosecutor, and BLM for damage. Obama’s admin. is the thugs, unlawful and abuse its power, I wished Karma come to kick their behinds.

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  4. scott467 says:

    “The government is obligated to disclose all evidence that might be favorable” to the defense, the judge said.”

    _________________

    Which they never do.

    Because government.

    Why was the case not dismissed WITH prejudice?

    The Bundy family should pursue Common Law recourse, filing liens against the surety bonds of the BLM agents (and the judge, for that matter), making them unemployable in any capacity of law enforcement.

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  5. 2 years in jail…FOR WHAT?!!!
    Robert Finicum killed….FOR WHAT!!!
    David won against Goliath today…thank God.

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    • Boots says:

      LaVoy was a good man who spoke the truth. But two things led to his death.

      First, he utterly and completely did not know the depths of depravity to which LE is capable of resorting.

      Second, he failed to see the “Waco signs”. Meaning that as time passes in a long term standoff with LE, LE will ALWAYS lay plans to bring the standoff to an end. Those plans ALWAYS include the real – and sometimes specifically intended – possibility of killing those who are ‘resisting’ LE.

      LaVoy should’ve stayed in the truck or come out with both guns blazing instead of turning around in circles in the snow. If he came out firing a few rounds to suppress the guy in the open, and simultaneously went prone and kept firing he might’ve hit the guy in the open before getting hit himself by the guy in the woods.

      But to come out of the truck in angry indignation and expect to have a discussion with armed LE with tempers on edge and just waiting to kill someone, is a sure fire way to get killed.

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      • Howie says:

        Phooey.

        Liked by 4 people

      • kinthenorthwest says:

        LaVoy did the right thing, anything else would have closed the whole mess down with the BLM illegally taking more and more land.

        Liked by 3 people

      • lastinillinois says:

        “Angry indignation”?

        The video I saw had him running.
        Shot down while he was running.

        “Angry indignation”?

        Liked by 4 people

      • auntiefran413 says:

        Boots, you sound like a flamin’ liberal placing the blame on the victio. Please tell me I’m wrong.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Indimex says:

        I vehemently disagree! LaVoy Finicum was killed in cold blood. There is video footage that conclusively proves it. I hope and pray that the Trump administration will get justice on his behalf. BTW, in this case, the Sheriff and local law enforcement were/are just as corrupt as the Feds. Marxist “Portlandia” is creeping across the eastern part of the state. The Left plays the long game. They shot that man knowing full well that they’d get away with it.

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        • Maquis says:

          LaVoy was on his way to see the Grant County Sheriff down the road who invited him to come discuss the situation. That Sheriff is a good man.

          The only Sheriff in Oregon to act on an Oregon law that allows concealed weapons licensed people in States bordering Oregon to obtain an Oregon permit also. All the Pinkos refused.

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      • Judy W says:

        Boots, I respect your opinion but strongly disagree. Nothing you suggested would have in my opinion kept LaVoy Finicum alive. First, he was not armed and second, those snipers in the trees could have easily hit inside the truck where other passengers would have been killed or injured. This was a carefully planned roadblock to prevent a group of peaceful protesters from traveling to speak to a group in the neighboring county where they had been invited to speak.

        The video below captures Robert “LaVoy” Finicum as he steps out of his truck the instant after a bullet pierces the truck roof and hits the passenger window through which he is seen. The FBI agent who lied about firing that shot was indicted.

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Yeah. Coming out with guns blazing will really prove your point. D’Oh!

        That Fincum was murdered while unarmed shows the depths that Federal law enforcement will go to to squash dissent.

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  6. Howie says:

    Aliamont.

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      It is somewhat comical to me…so many social justice warriors seem to be on this site to nite.. Critizing Howie, saying maybe this or that….critizizing (sp) ” maybe we can write a petition” give me a break…

      We have American citizens jailed with no bond, federal government stealing their cattle, assassinating an American citizen, stealing their land to put up solar panels for China, stealing their land for rare minerals, three trials with no result, harassing their families, jailing with not bond, trial prosecutors lying about evidence, covering up evidence..and so much more..

      Where is Sessions? Saying ….oh its not so bad…Where is Zinke? Where is President Trump? I am all in for the President…but all this BS talking is crap…these American need help…now…they have suffered for years with no hope for rescue,,
      Sessions…pull up your crotch and end this…another trial….BS…This needs dismissed…now….
      Maybe one of you are next…….It is easy…hey possum…do your job for American citizens…ohh excuse me …did I wake him up…??

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  7. kinthenorthwest says:

    Sundance shared this on LaVoy Finicum; One Cowboy’s Witness #LibertyRising FB site and some other political FB sites…It has been shared over 20 times so far

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  8. George True says:

    Rather than declaring a mistrial, where the corrupt feds get to try it again, she should have DISMISSED the case WITH PREJUDICE.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Maquis says:

      She claims to need until the next hearing in January to decide. That’s bullsh*t. She just convicted, so to speak, the government and prosecutors for misdeeds that took an entire thirty minutes simply reciting their CRIMES.

      What does she need? Today it seems a confessed serial killer can get off on a technicality, but innocent ranchers targeted by the Obama Regime can be victimized by a murderous host of Alphabets and then lying cheating prosecutors and she needs time to decide if this farce shouldn’t be dismissed?

      The case should indeed be dismissed, with prejudice, and with indictments for the entire prosecution team and any other government officials involved. She should not have turned it over to the prosecutors to decide if they want to retry the “case.” They should be behind bars or on bail.

      The only reason I can imagine for teasing this out is she’s waiting for instructions from some pol, or she’s negotiating for a position or some palm-greasing.

      It stinks.
      😡😡😡

      PDJT recently commuted the sentence of a grossly over-charged over-sentenced Kosher Meat Plant owner who fudged some numbers to get a loan to keep afloat. Got caught. Twenty-Seven Years! Killary commits more crime than that before breakfast, daily!

      We need to ask PDJT to addtess this particular injustice. His undoing of Zero and Bubba’s land grabs in Utah gives me hope that he understands the plight of Western Ranchers and Rural Folk under the boots of government thugs.

      GBPDJT

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  9. uptothere says:

    Here’s the thing. Bundy had decided he no longer had to pay grazing fees since he had been doing so for a long time. He felt the land he had used now belonged to him and he wasn’t gonna pay or remove his cattle. This went on for nearly 10 years until the Feds decided enough is enough. I do NOT condone how the Feds decided to resolve this nor their behavior! I also believe the Bundys brought this on themselves. (I’m an Eastern OR resident BTW)

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    • uptothere says:

      Couple other things. The land belongs to the people, not Bundy. It is totally right to charge a fee for using our land. He decided not to. Be like renting a house for a number of years then deciding it belongs to you and not pay rent anymore. When the landlord tries to evict you pull a gun. The Feds had to overreact as usual!

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    • TheOutlawJoseyWales says:

      You haven’t the slightest idea of what you’re talking about. The Bundy’s water rights supersede and existed 90 years before the BLM was ever created.

      Liked by 5 people

    • piper567 says:

      I have never heard other than that Bundy did pay grazing fees to the Stae…it was the Feds he had a beef with. The Feds threatened and stole.
      Lots of info up here ab this kerfuffle.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Blaze says:

        Bundy paid his grazing fees. It was $8,000.00 and not the millions msm claims. He paid the county his fees. The $8,000.00 check still sits in county escrow as of today. The reason he paid the county was to keep the $$ local and thus put back into local economy etc and not get vaporized wasted by the BLM in DC. The BLM was NOT putting his fees or any fees back into keeping up the BLM land. That was his argument for not paying directly to the BLM but the check remains in escrow.

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        • Orygun says:

          I have a friend who has to use a forest service road to access his farm out by Bly mountain. He pays them an access fee every year and then he has to maintain their road if he wants to get in to his property. He plows in the winter and puts gravel down and blades it.

          I agree that this money should be going to a local state authority where you at least have some say in where it goes.

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    • Orygun says:

      The question has always been who controls the land and a lot of people believe it belongs to the State and not the Feds. It is basically held in trust for the people of the State in which it resides and that was the purpose of the original land surveys was to have a uniform system across the US in which to sale the land.
      I have spent most of my life surveying the Public lands and the history in the BLM’s own manual would lead you to believe that the lands within the respective states was never intended to remain under Federal control.
      There is a book on the History of the Public Lands Survey System by Al White that is worth a read. He goes into some detail on the reasons why the Federal government was involved in the selling of State lands in which to fund the Federal government and build large projects such as the intercontinental railway.
      The stewardship for the land should have gone back to the States when the Income tax was passed.

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      • Judy W says:

        Orygun, thanks for posting that info. I listened to an excellent youtube by Jake Morphonios this afternoon that I wanted to post here. He gave the family history as well but cannot find it now. I knew nothing about the vast number of acres of land in the west until the Malheur issue and that caused me to look into it. It seems these people deeply appreciate the land and are strong patriots we can all learn from.

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    • “I’m an Eastern OR resident BTW” – uptothere – I never believe any commenters who are not from Eastern Oregon, and some of them (Bend, anyone?) I am leery of. And I’ve lived in the Willamette Valley for 40+ years, plus covered as a local reporter, a few E. OR. dustups, plus have a number of friends from there.
      The sad thing is that most info we get, even from nearby, is not accurate. I suspect that is true of part of your comment as well. Esp. the “”the land he had used now belonged to him…”

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    • Andy Krause says:

      The actual grazing fees were approximately $8,000. The BLM tacked on outrageous charges for killing Bundy’s cattle.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. scslayer says:

    This MAGA stuff is contagious!

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  11. Clive Hoskin says:

    These”Public Serpents” who”Instigated”this should all be put on trial and punished.

    Liked by 5 people

  12. hellinahandbasket says:

    Those days, during that stand-off, I believe were mere seconds away from becoming an all-out gun fight – Western style. I can only assume there were a few calmer heads there with BLM/FBI, because the way the entire thing was handled by our government, it should have been a blaze of flames and bullets as with Waco, and/or Ruby Ridge.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      It was a blaze of bullets by the FBI…It was only by the grace of God that the people in the truck did not die. The FBI shot up LaVoy’s truck Bonnie & Clyde style.

      Liked by 2 people

      • olderwiser21 says:

        Yes…

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          When I saw the first video before the FBI started playing with them I thought I was watching the Bonnie & Clyde movie

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          • Maquis says:

            I was and am convinced they were trying to kill those kids. They were witnesses to an official Murder, after all.

            If not to hit them outright in the truck, then to terrorize them into defending themselves or having the temerity to rush out of the vehicle on an active shooting range. Why, then they could slaughter them at will. Worth a shot, ‘eh?

            😡😡😡😡😡

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            • kinthenorthwest says:

              That was what I was thinking when I hear and saw the video.
              Not sure what I would have done–probably gotten out of truck, or start shooting with what ever I had in the Truck.

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      • Finnicum case is entirely different from the Bundy case, different states, different cases. The third case often confused with these is the Hammond case. The only unifying elements are ranchers, government bullying, and dispute over natural resources. Oh, and who controls the land, as Orygun has correctly noted.

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        • Maquis says:

          Those unifying elements are the reason I am behind the Ranchers in all of these cases. That, and the atrocity that is the BLM and other Alphabets and the suffering they’ve inflicted.

          When Senators and Secretaries of States and Presidents can profit off the selling of our American Birthright and literally burn the lawful, and productive, stewards off that land, burned out of their homes, when that can happen without consequence, everything we have is at risk of Klinton Kleptomania.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          I do believe that was one of the reasons Trump gave back the public lands to Utah

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Kin – he is referring to two different incidents – the first with the Bundy family and their supporters in Nevada where the FBI/BLM suddenly backed down, and the second was the debacle in Oregon where L. Finicum was murdered. Two different incidents.

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  13. Dixie says:

    Nobody can give Cliven Bundy two years of his life back, nor can LaVoy Finicum be returned to the life he lost but it does seem like some retribution should be in order.

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  14. vkroo says:

    Am I crazy, or what? I seem to recall that Harry Reid (remember him?) was instrumental in going after the Bundy clan. Why? Because that land is full of uranium, and BLM needed to clear the ranchers off of it…

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  15. kinthenorthwest says:

    Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light. George Washington

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  16. tempo150101 says:

    Most of the land West of the Mississippi was PURCHASED by the Federal Government. That means the US Government PAID FOR IT and is the RIGHTFUL OWNER of this land. If the Bundy’s of this world want to change that, then I suggest they make an offer to BUY this land.

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    • tempo150101 says:

      ^^^ (Except the stuff we took from Mexico/they wanted to join the US, that is.)

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Purchased some of it and then opened it up for settlement, mostly through homesteading. Who did the “US Government” buy all that land from, the Apaches, the Navajos, the Zunis? LOL How about those 6 Flags over Texas; who bought what from whom? As far as Mexico goes . . . that’s what happened when they’d lose a war back then.

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    • Again, another troll from the Oregonian who does not know jack. The U.S. government purchased and held “Territories,” as it is lawfully able to do under the U.S. Constitution. Per the Constitution, once a Territory becomes a State, the land is to be turned over to said State for its own purposes, sale or distribution. The Constitution is very specific about this. The Federal government has NO CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT to own they amount of lands they currently hold. The land should have been turned over at the time of Statehood. This has been Cliven Bundy’s argument all along, and he is right. Aside from that, Bundy owns the water and grazing rights on all of that land in Gold Butte. Those rights were purchased by Bundy’s ancestors 100+ years ago and supersede any “ownership” the Feds/BLM claims in the Gold Butte range. The land is useless without the water rights to it… so the government claims they “own” the land… but can do nothing with it without the rights that are owned by Bundy. Why do you think that the first thing the Feds did in Gold Butte was go in and destroy all the water tanks, piping, and collection ponds that Bundy had built on the property to water his cattle? This was all about the water rights. This is why they have run off the last 54 ranchers in the area, with the exception of Bundy—the last man standing.

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      • tempo150101 says:

        “Per the Constitution, once a Territory becomes a State, the land is to be turned over to said State for its own purposes, sale or distribution.”

        Can you show me where in the Constitution it says that?

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    • Bullfeathers! Just who did the US Govt pay? How much. “Owners” of land are responsible for its upkeep, Govt does not take care of the land – they rent it out or shut it down.

      Have you seen the National Forests? Roads have been taken out, trees are dying and more. Plots of privately-owned forest land standing next to publicly-owned land tell the sad story poignantly.

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  17. tempo150101 says:

    ^^^ (Except the stuff we took from Mexico/they wanted to join the US, that is.)

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    • andi lee says:

      You meant to say, Texas was *purchased* from Mexico, who then suffered, buyers remorse, right, Tempo?

      ~Battle of Goliad
      ~Battle of San Jacinto
      ~Remember the Alamo!
      ~Come and Take it!

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      • tempo150101 says:

        I’m not aware of any money that the federal government paid for Texas. However, I am aware of the Louisiana Purchase, the Oregon purchase and the Alaska Purchase, among others. You do understand what the word “purchase” means, don’t you? It means that money or something else of value changed hands in exchange for something else of value. It also means, that whoever did the purchasing, i.e. the federal government, is the rightful owner of what was purchased.

        The Bundy’s and their kind are essentially a bunch of Welfare Queens. They want welfare from the federal government in the form of free land.

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        • Blacksmith8 says:

          The wrongness is strong with this one

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        • Rex says:

          If BLM had a legal leg to stand on, they would have exercised that legal power many, many years ago. But no, they had to wait for a loser like Obama to “change” the status quo.

          A reasonably good explanation comes from none other than Bundy’s daughter. Instead of linking, I’ll put it here:

          By SHIREE BUNDY COX:

          “I have had people ask me to explain my dad’s stance on this BLM fight. Here it
          is in as simple of terms as I can explain it. There is so much to it, but here
          it is in a nut shell.

          My great grandpa bought the rights to the Bunkerville allotment back in 1887
          around there. Then he sold them to my grandpa who then turned them over to my dad
          in 1972. These men bought and paid for their rights to the range and also built
          waters, fences and roads to assure the survival of their cattle, all with their own money, not with
          tax dollars.

          These rights to the land use is called preemptive rights.

          Some where down the line, to keep the cows from over grazing, came the bureau of land management. They were supposed
          to assist the ranchers in the
          management of their ranges while the ranchers paid a yearly allotment which was
          to be use to pay the BLM wages and to

          help with repairs and improvements of the ranches. My dad did pay his grazing
          fees for years to the BLM until they were no longer using his fees to help him
          and to improve.

          Instead they began using these money’s against the ranchers. They bought all
          the rest of the ranchers in the area out with their own grazing fees. When they
          offered to buy my dad out for a penence he said no thanks and then fired them
          because they weren’t doing their job.

          He quit paying the BLM but, tried giving his grazing fees to the county, which
          they turned down.

          So my dad just went on running his ranch and making his own improvements with
          his own equipment and his own money, not taxes. In essence the BLM was managing
          my dad out of business.

          Well when buying him out didn’t work, they used the indangered species card.
          You’ve already heard about the desert tortis. Well that didn’t work either, so
          then began the threats and

          the court orders, which my dad has proven to be unlawful for all these years.

          Now they’re desperate. It’s come down to buying the brand inspector off and
          threatening the County Sheriff.

          Everything they’re doing at this point is illegal and totally against the
          constitution of the United States of America. Now you may be saying,” how sad,
          but what does this have to do with me?” Well, I’ll tell you.

          They will get rid of Cliven Bundy, the last man standing on the Bunkerville
          allotment and then they will close all the roads so no one can ever go on it again. Next, it’s
          Utah’s turn. Mark my words, Utah is next. Then there’s the issue of the cattle
          that are at this moment being stolen. See even if dad hasn’t paid them, those
          cattle do belong to him.

          Regardless where they are they are my fathers property. His herd has been part
          of that range for over a hundred years, long before the BLM even existed.

          Now the Feds think they can just come in and remove them and sell them without
          a legal brand inspection or without my dad’s signature on it.

          They think they can take them over two boarders, which is illegal, ask any
          trucker. Then they plan to take them to the Richfeild Auction and sell them.

          All with our tax money.

          They have paid off the contract cowboys and the auction owner as well as the
          Nevada brand inspector with our tax dollars. See how slick they are?

          Well, this is it in a nut shell.”

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Thanks, Rex – so interesting to hear the details right from the horses’ mouth. God Bless the Bundy family and yes, we here in Utah know we are next. That is why President Trump’s downsizing of the GSE and Bear’s Ears monuments was so important to us and significant. I am a large property owner here in northern Utah and you wouldn’t believe the hoops we have to jump through each year just to make sure we stay in an agricultural tax zone, etc. so that we aren’t taxed out of existence on land we have owned since 1921. It is despicable.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          You related to Harry Reid? Your comments are so insulting and typical of elitist liberals who look down their noses at the hard working people who have made this country!!! Your arguments are ridiculous.

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  18. anthohmy says:

    It is amazing what happens when you are afforded your right to a trial!

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  19. andi lee says:

    (Sundance, thank you! ❤ God bless!)

    Omnibus(?) Briefs – Dec 29th on prejudice …Judge to rule, on or before, Jan 03.
    Slated, a Feb court date … for ?

    *Cruel* Judge Nevarro ignores petition to the court to allow Ammon to travel to L.V. for Christmas with family.

    Video is 43 minutes, Ammon Bundy, Payne, & Attys Philpot & Koerker(?).

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  20. quagmire86 says:

    I followed this story, with great interest, when it occurred plus the commentary found on this site. I did come across a recent article (after the mistrial was announced) and I was shocked and amazed at what the BLM, FBI, LV Metro, and prosecutors were accused of doing to further their case against Mr. Bundy. The first story is: https://getpublished.pro/blogs/news/dan-love-now-a-whistle-blower and the and this one https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/2091/2603/files/Larry_Wooten_Communication_77PI.pdf?5622731344812674313

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