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Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s three sons and “about 150” militiamen have occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge HQ to protest the pending imprisonment of two Oregon ranchers accused of arson, arguing the federal government has no authority in local cases. “We’re going to be freeing these lands up, and getting …
Earlier this week, I reported on the Hammond family, ranchers from Oregon who are being set up for what can only be deemed as Double Jeopardy as part of a tyrannical move by the federal government for something that occurred over a decade ago, which they normally do as ranchers. …
While NewsGuard explicitly claims that they have “trained journalists who have spent [their] careers dedicated to the profession,” allowing you to “see the credentials and backgrounds of everyone responsible”, and they have an “ethics of conflicts of interest policy,” while being “totally transparent about how they make all of their decisions,” the reality is that they are not being transparent about to whom some of their investors are tied.
Longest Held Political Prisoner Journalist Files Complaint Against Attorney Larry Klayman To DC Bar Disciplinary Counsel
Santilli stated, “…my life was destroyed partly by Mr. Klayman’s negligence & what I believe to be malpractice”, and Santilli credits Klayman to be partly responsible for his having to accept a Felony plea agreement.
That the prosecutors who committed and furthered this gross prosecutorial misconduct would now seek to file a notice of appeal underscores that the U.S. Department of Justice has become the Department of Injustice
Brady Violations By US Government Revealed In Trial Of FBI Agent Accused Of Shooting At LaVoy Finicum
Did these people learn nothing from Steven Myhre’s violations of the rights of the defendants and the law in the Bundy Ranch case?
Should This Man Have Gotten 14 Years In Federal Prison When The Judge Knew The Prosecution Had Broken The Law?
The corruption during the Bundy Ranch trials was so bad that Prosecutor Myhre didn’t want to let the defense defend themselves, and Navarro sided with the prosecution. As far as I’m concerned, she is worthy of impeachment, and this latest episode to even allow Myhre in the courtroom demonstrates that.
I agree with the senators in that I would love for companies to keep our information private, but I find it ironic that they aren’t saying a word about how the federal government is grabbing up bulk data on Americans from companies doing the exact same thing they are complaining about with smart TVs without a warrant.
Facebook Class Action Lawsuit Coming: Court Documents Expose Facebook’s Bulk Data Dump To FBI Without Warrant
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”