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In a similar fashion as to how the prosecution in the Bundy Ranch trials tried to hide Bureau of Land Management agent Daniel P. Love’s misconduct, they seem to have failed to disclose an FBI agent’s arrest for impersonating a journalist/private investigator. Charles Johnson, undercover agent of “Long Bow Fame,” …
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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 followed radio host/reporter Pete Santilli for a couple of years before actually speaking to him and finally meeting him.  He was definitely a shock jock, but it seemed that he was fearless in his presentation of trying to get the facts in the stories he covered.  For that, I …
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Yes, you heard that right!  Apparently, the words “speedy trial” in the Sixth Amendment of the US Consitution doesn’t mean that a trial will be all that speedy in getting around to.  This is according to Acting United States Attorney for the District of Nevada, Steven W. Myhre, who had …
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Following the abuse and torture of Ammon Bundy at the Southern Nevada Detention Center last week and the declaration of a mistrial by Judge Gloria Navarro in the first round of six defendants in the Bundy Ranch trials, the attorney for reporter and political prisoner Pete Santilli filed a blistering …
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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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The jury is now in deliberations in the first round of trials concerning the Bundy Ranch standoff of 2014. Sadly, the real criminals of the Bureau of Land Management were not on trial.  The fate of six men, who have trumped up charges against them, are in the hands of …
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Malheur Wildlife Reserve occupier Blaine Cooper has become the first witness for the government against four men who are facing multiple charges in the occupation of the reserve in 2016. However, at least one eyewitness of event claims that Cooper’s testimony is false based on the fact that she saw …
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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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