Here’s What The Prosecutors in the Bundy Ranch Case Didn’t Want the Court To See Or Hear (Video & Pictures)


Tim Brown / February 11, 2017

As I was writing today’s previous article on the Bundy Ranch case and asking whether or not the government hid the Inspector General’s report that found a Bureau of Land Management agent, allegedly Daniel P. Love, guilty of misconduct, I referenced what the prosecution wanted to shield the court from seeing and hearing. So, I thought I would take the things they wanted to keep the court from seeing and hearing and expose them in this article.

We’ll take each of these one at a time and you tell me if you can see why they would like to have this information suppressed. It is to close the mouth of truth so that crimes against the people can continue to be committed. All six of these items come from the list that prosecutors put forward to the judge in the case and were subsequently struck down.

Each of the the things the prosecution attempted to silence is highlighted as a bulletpoint.

  • References to the occupation of the Malheur national Wildlife Refuge, the subsequent trial, United States v. Ammon Bundy et al., or the result of the trial.

Now, why do you suppose they don’t want any mention of what took place in Oregon in 2016? It’s because there are two ranchers, Steven and Dwight Hammond, currently serving five years sentences under terrorism charges for starting backfires to protect family, property and cattle. One of those fires was allegedly due to the actions of a BLM agent starting a fire. However, BLM creates the same fires with destructive results. Take a look.

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http://thewashingtonstandard.com/heres-prosecutors-bundy-ranch-case-didnt-want-court-see-hear-video-pictures/

1997 Ron Paul warned Congress about arming the BLM

Well. They are excessively and improperly armed, according to the Constitution.

Our Constitution does not allow for the Bureau of Land Management, which owes its loyalties to an English banking cartel. David Risselada writes:

In fact the Bureau of Land Management, according to Godlike productions, is considered an agent of foreign principle, meaning that they have no loyalty whatsoever to the United States and are, in fact, working for foreign entities. Just who does this unconstitutional government agency owe its allegiance to? According to Steve Quayle it is a London military banking cartel known as the Crown Corporation. Let me say this again, it is an English banking cartel that is issuing orders to many of these agencies.

This has been affirmed by two superior court judges. Under the US Constitution, those who enforce the laws of the union, are the citizen militia, ie. the people.

The Congress shall have Power To …provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions…. –ARTICLE I, SECTION 8, CLAUSE 15

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http://thewashingtonstandard.com/heres-prosecutors-bundy-ranch-case-didnt-want-court-see-hear-video-pictures/

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