Developing Story: Federal Government Raiding Nevada Rancher Over Land Dispute

Is another Waco-like incident developing in Nevada?  Are the people going to let the federal government seize their property and destroy their rights?  Local militias may now be getting involved.  At some point, the people have to stand up for themselves.  The United States is already in very deep trouble.  Please spread the word, make this viral, travel to support Mr. Bundy in person if possible.

 

U.S. government snipers, militarized police with automatic weapons surround cattle ranch in Nevada and demand $1 million in payments

http://www.naturalnews.com/044654_Bundy_cattle_ranch_government_siege_militarized_police.html

(NaturalNews) 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.(1)

The Bundy family has run cattle on the scrubland since the 1870’s, but in 1993, the government decided it “owned” the land and would start charging Bundy rent fees for his cows grazing on it. The Bundy family refused to pay the fees, so BLM went to court over the payments, and when that didn’t pan out the way they wanted, they decided to unleash an army of heavily armed, militarized “soldiers” to lay siege to the ranch and steal Bundy’s cattle.(2)

“They’re carrying the same things a soldier would,” Clive Bundy told the Free Beacon. “Automatic weapons, sniper rifles, top communication, top surveillance equipment, lots of vehicles. It’s heavy soldier type equipment.” …

 

Federal Agents Tasering Bundy Ranch Protesters

 

US Senator Joins Critics of Federal Cattle Roundup

http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/nevada-governor-decries-blm-rancher-dispute-23265149

(AP) A Republican U.S. senator added his voice Wednesday to critics of a federal cattle roundup fought by a Nevada rancher who claims longstanding grazing rights on remote public rangeland about 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas

Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada said he told new U.S. Bureau of Land Management chief Neil Kornze in Washington, D.C., that law-abiding Nevadans shouldn’t be penalized by an “overreaching” agency.

Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval pointed earlier to what he called “an atmosphere of intimidation,” resulting from the roundup and said he believed constitutional rights were being trampled…

 

Boots on the Ground with Colonel Ray Potter

Due to time constraints, I won’t be able to provide timely updates on this story.

 

 

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