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Cliven Bundy Just Filed Another Lawsuit Against Nevada

Cliven Bundy Just Filed Another Lawsuit Against Nevada

Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter . Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy refiled a lawsuit against the governments of his home state and county over the legality of a national monument established under former President Barack Obama. Bundy filed the original suit in January challenging the December 2016 designation of the Gold Butte National Monument. Obama created […]

Cliven Bundy Vows to Fight DOJ Appeal of Dismissal in Standoff Trial Case

Cliven Bundy Vows to Fight DOJ Appeal of Dismissal in Standoff Trial Case

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter The Nevada rancher who led a standoff with the federal government nearly four years ago is vowing to fight the Department of Justice’s move to appeal a judge’s decision to dismiss an indictment against the man. Larry Klayman, legal counsel for Cliven Bundy, issued a statement on behalf of Bundy […]

Bundys fought government tyranny- and won!

Bundys fought government tyranny- and won!

  By Larry Klayman   This week perhaps the biggest victory in the history of government prosecution and legal criminal defense was realized in a federal court in Las Vegas, Nevada. There, after Cliven Bundy and his sons, Ryan and Ammon, had been wrongfully charged by Obama deep state Justice Department prosecutors for conspiring to […]

Nevada judge dismisses case against Cliven Bundy and sons, says government can’t retry them

Nevada judge dismisses case against Cliven Bundy and sons, says government can’t retry them

LAS VEGAS — A federal judge ruled Monday (1-5-18) that the federal government could not retry Cliven Bundy and his sons after rebuking prosecutors for withholding evidence during their felony trial stemming from an armed standoff four years ago.   U.S. District Court Judge Gloria Navarro declared a mistrial in the case last month, saying federal […]

Judge declares mistrial in Bundy standoff case

Judge declares mistrial in Bundy standoff case

LAS VEGAS — A federal judge declared a mistrial Wednesday in the case involving Cliven Bundy and his two sons after she found prosecutors “willfully” failed to turn over evidence related to an armed standoff three years ago.

Cliven Bundy: Feds don’t own western states

Cliven Bundy: Feds don’t own western states

  By Larry Klayman Events important for preserving America’s Constitution will be soon unfolding. Nevada rancher Cliven D. Bundy’s federal trial will finally begin in Las Vegas, Nevada, for a 2014 peaceful protest in support of the Constitution some incorrectly called “The Battle of Bunkerville.” In fact, there was no battle from the standpoint of […]

Participant in Cliven Bundy standoff sentenced to 68 years in prison

Participant in Cliven Bundy standoff sentenced to 68 years in prison

LAS VEGAS — A participant in the 2014 armed standoff between federal agents and supporters of rancher Cliven Bundy was sentenced to 68 years in prison Wednesday despite pleas from his lawyer for leniency related to his deteriorating health. Gregory Burleson, 53, sat in a wheelchair while attorney Terrence Jackson stood next to him in […]

Bundy Ranch Trial: Hung Jury in First of 3 Planned Trials for Multiple Defendants

Bundy Ranch Trial: Hung Jury in First of 3 Planned Trials for Multiple Defendants

By  William F. Jasper, Wednesday, 26 April 2017    After a deadlocked jury failed a second time on April 24 to return verdicts in the Bundy Ranch standoff case, U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro in Las Vegas, Nevada, declared a mistrial. Each of the six defendants, all out-of-state men who had traveled to Nevada in 2014 to […]

Four Oregon occupiers surrender to FBI; final man threatened suicide before leaving

Four Oregon occupiers surrender to FBI; final man threatened suicide before leaving

  The 41-day Oregon standoff came to a tense but peaceful end Thursday after three holdouts surrendered and a fourth threatened to commit suicide before finally turning himself in to the FBI at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. At one point, occupier David Fry declared that he had a gun held to his head, and […]

Under Western Skies

Under Western Skies

  By L. Neil Smith        It’s a movie cliche as old as the hills. The very first western film adventure, made by Thomas Edison in his rotating New Jersey studio, was about a train robbery. The second almost certainly told the story I’m about to describe and which we’ve all seen a […]

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