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After mistrial declared for 4 defendants, Bundy supporters say case far from over

 Supporter Doug Knowles calls the system rigged. He said he believes the government is pushing for a plea bargain. Just like everything else ran by the government, there is no incentive for economic efficiency or professionalism nor is there any … Continue reading

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Bundy

Passed along by Al Benson Jr. Thanks Al. If you love this land and its people as I do, this will be hard to watch–but worth the time and effort. — jtl, 419              FOLLOW FLYOVER PRESS … Continue reading

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Judge to curtail defense witnesses in Bundy standoff case

 After nearly two months of testimony by more than three dozen prosecution witnesses, defense attorneys were knocked off a plan to call most of about 10 witnesses. How do you spell Kangaroo Court? — jtl, 419 By Ken Ritter, Associated … Continue reading

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Prosecutor: No formal agreement to conspire in refuge takeover, but a ‘meeting of the minds’

Neil Wampler, one of the defendants acquitted during the trial last fall, attended, and just before a lunch break, stood to address U.S. District Judge Anna J. Brown. “I still haven’t gotten my property back,” Wampler told her. And probably … Continue reading

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Fireworks, Rocky Start For 2nd Malheur Refuge Trial

“It’s very curious to me that [FBI agents] all testified to an arrest warrant when there isn’t one,” Brown said, referencing testimony taken in court Monday. “This is a problem.” The arrogant bastards won’t just lie, they’ll actually lie under oath. … Continue reading

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Jury seated for first trial in Bunkerville standoff case

Some of the jurors seated in the case have friends or relatives in law enforcement. One expressed during jury selection her belief that government agents should be held to a higher standard than the general public. I wouldn’t say that. … Continue reading

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BLM misconduct probe may derail Bundy Ranch standoff trial

By Jenny Kane and Robert Anglen in azcentral via THE WESTERNER An investigation accusing a federal agent of misconduct and ethics violations could derail one of the most high-profile land-use trials in modern Western history. Jury selection is scheduled to start in … Continue reading

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Changes coming to West as wildlife refuge occupiers await trial

 “The election of Donald Trump does throw a huge wrench into the works,” Notre Dame law professor Bruce Huber said. “To the extent that Trump prevailed among rural voters, it’s entirely possible that we see policy more sympathetic to the … Continue reading

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BUNDY – A True Story Made from Prison!

by Amon Bundy and Gavin Seim This is the true story of one of Americas most courageous families. Controversy is state I’ve learned to live with, a badge of honor that stings. It’s a badge the Bundy family possesses in … Continue reading

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Bundy brothers refuse to attend Vegas court hearing

No shots were fired, and no one was injured in the standoff. But images of Bundy backers with assault rifles on a freeway overpass forcing federal agents to back off in a dry river bed below have become iconic in … Continue reading

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