BLM thugs abused the law and used “incredible bias” against Nevada rancher Clive Bundy, warns new report

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Natural News

(Natural News) In April 2014, Natural Newsfounder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, wrote a column critical of the Bureau of Land Management for the way agents were handling a ‘standoff’ with longtime Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy.

“The federal government is out of control yet again, staging a heavily militarized siege of the Bundy cattle ranch in Nevada, where the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has decided to bring a literal army of heavily armed ‘soldiers’ to intimidate the Bundy family and steal his hundreds of cattle,” Adams wrote.

No doubt that sounded like baseless hyperbole to some readers, but as it turns out the Health Ranger was spot on, yet again.

new report by Larry “Clint” Wooten, a BLM special agent tasked with investigating his agency’s siege of the Bundy ranch, concluded exactly the same thing: That agents likely broke federal laws in using “incredible bias” against Bundy and his family while engaging in tactics of intimidation during the operation.

In addition, BLM agents very likely broke federal laws and engaged in widespread misconduct according to the report.

The special agent’s incredible findings of systemic corruption within the Bundy investigation have formed the basis of a petition by defense attorneys to Judge Gloria Navarro for a mistrial or to have the Bundy’s case tossed out of court completely. She is expected to rule on that petition this week, The National Sentinel reported.

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Lakeem Khodra
Lakeem Khodra
News Writer/Contributor at Tyranny News @lakeemk

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