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I have been covering the Bundy Ranch situation since it came to a head in 2014.  As time has gone on, more and more information has come out about the aggression and corruption in the Bureau of Land Management.  The latest is more video evidence that has been previously unreleased,
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The prosecution in the upcoming Bundy Ranch trial has filed its first documents, known as the Rule 16 document, which lists the witnesses they plan to call to testify, what their expertise is and what their specific testimony is to be about. “Rule 16 is revised to give greater discovery
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Department of Interior investigators reported that Bureau of Land Management agent Daniel P. Love, who was the head agent at the Bundy Ranch siege in 2014 and was found guilty of misconduct last year, stole valuable stones the were supposed to be evidence and passed them out “like candy” to
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Yes, I’m using a word that some Oregonians consider to be “offensive.”  So, if you are offended at the word “lynching,” grow up!  The case currently being heard in Nevada against Bundy Ranch defendants is not a real trial.  All the evidence and testimony is being suppressed, not only by
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Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone is allegedly putting together a pitch to President Donald Trump to get a pardon for the Bundys in Nevada, as well as others involved in the stand against a fully armed, tactically central government army of at least 300 agents in 2014. Though I
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Representatives from the Department of the Interior visited Bundy Ranch this week under the order of Nevada Senator Dean Heller, who sent them to investigate whether or not there was any justification for designating the land where the Bundy’s own rights to the water as part of the Gold Butte
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The attorneys and Judge Gloria Navarro demonstrate that they have no shame in what they will do in their relentless pursuit of men charged with multiple accounts from the Bundy Ranch siege 2014.  In the latest move by the prosecution, they are seeking to use participation in their stand at Sugar
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The two defendants in the first round of the Bundy Ranch siege trials who were found guilty will not face a retrial on the counts where the jury did not reach a verdict. According to documents from the prosecution against Todd Engel and Greg Burleson, neither man will face a retrial.
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I have always questioned the need for prisons.  They are an unjust means of justice.  Even more so, those that are for profit utilize the system to make money and push for quotas to be fulfilled by the states.  Here is just one recent example of such abuses of prisoners.
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In the first round of trials in the Bundy Ranch case, federal Judge Gloria Navarro declared a mistrial for four of the six defendants after two defendants were convicted on some of the 10 counts against them. The jury, which claimed to be “hopelessly deadlocked” on the remaining counts after
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