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Oregon: Nevada State Assemblywoman Shelly Shelton still working hard for occupiers arrested by FBI

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Nevada State Assemblywoman Shelly Shelton went to the Multnomah County Jail today. While there, she found out that the deputies were not allowing Jeff Banta’s son to see him because he could not present his birth certificate. She immediately got on the phone and started making calls to try to get his birth certificate available to the deputies so Jeff’s son could see his father.

She asked no one to take her picture and told no news outlet that she did this. She just took action because it was the right thing to do. The legislators who answered Ammon’s call for action truly care for their constituents and anyone who needs their help.

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Do or Die: Nevada lawmaker describes convincing last Oregon holdout to surrender

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Breaking News: The Hidden Agenda in Oregon

Agriculture, Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, cattle, Constitution, CORRUPTION, Federal gov & land grabs, FIRES, Forestry & USFS

American Policy Center

February 11, 2016

A note from Tom DeWeese:

The stand off in Burns, Oregon just ended. A couple of weeks ago, one of the protestors, rancher Lavoy Finicum, was shot nine times by federal agents as he attempted to travel to a public meeting to discuss their purpose. Two others, brothers Ammon and Ryan Bundy, were arrested and put in solitary confinement. The Main Stream Media has painted the occupiers as armed militia, even using terms like “unhinged.” These labels are untrue and unfair descriptions. The truth is this is a story with a long history of abuse by the federal government, leading to numerous confrontations with ranchers who have had their livelihood and homes destroyed. In the following article C.J. Hadley, Editor of Range Magazine, outlines the long sad, frustrating, tragic story of a growing government oppression over peaceful, law abiding American citizens who have simply had enough. TAD  

BREAKING NEWS: THE HIDDEN AGENDA IN OREGON

The real story behind the headlines.

While America is tracking the events in Oregon involving the occupation of a federal facility and the unfortunate death of one of the protesters, major developments are being overlooked: 

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) want the Hammond Ranch, according to the Spring edition of RANGE magazine, an award-winning publication that advocates commonsense solutions to problems facing people who live and work on the land. RANGE is a recipient of three consecutive Freedom of the Press awards. 

Writing in “Up Front,” editor C.J. Hadley reveals: “The agencies have blocked the family’s stock waters and access roads to their high country grazing land, canceled their legal grazing permits, and seem determined to destroy ranch and family so that they can add that private land to the 187,000-acre Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Besides being locked up [in federal prison] in California, the Hammonds had to pay $400,000 by Dec. 31, 2015, for destroying federal land and were forced to give first option on their ranch to the BLM—the agency working to destroy them.” 


Up Front Spindled & Mutilated

By C.J. Hadley

Editor, Range Magazine

Hage. Gardner. Dann. Yowell. Colvin. Bundy. Tomera. Filippini. Borba. Hammond. Good hadleyranchers all, cowboys and Indians who had private property rights on federal land in the American West. All have been abused by federal agents of the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service or the National Park Service. Some cattle have been taken at gunpoint, some ranch families have been destroyed, and the abuse was not earned.

The Hages—who have historic grazing preferences and property rights dating back to the 1860s in central Nevada—have been defending themselves against the government since 1979, and in court (Hage v. United States) since 1991. There have been major decisions in their favor. Judge Loren A. Smith, of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C., ruled in 2010 that the government owed the Hages $14 million (including interest) under the “takings clause” of the 5th Amendment. Three members of the family have died since the case started and when it’s time to pay up, the Department of Justice brings out a new crop of highly paid lawyers to harass the Hages again. One Forest Service ranger said in the early ’90s: “Hage can’t win. We have more money and more lawyers.” Paid for by honest taxpayers! (Go to rangemagazine.com and click on Special Info/Hage at the bottom of the Home Page.)

In a recent trespass case brought by BLM and FS against the Hages, Federal District Court Judge Robert C. Jones ruled in favor of the family, noting that two agencies of the federal government entered into a “literal, intentional conspiracy to deprive the Hages not only of their permits but also their vested water rights. This behavior shocks the conscience of the Court.” DOJ appealed and the 9th Circuit overruled Judge Jones on Jan. 15, 2016. Next step: the Supreme Court.

But it isn’t just Hage. The Bundys in Bunkerville, Nev., were the last family standing after federal agents used the “endangered” desert tortoise to pressure 50 Clark County ranch families off their ranges. Cliven Bundy’s forebears had been running cattle on that southern desert since the 1800s and in 1991 he refused to sign a BLM grazing permit that would have destroyed his livelihood. Bundy was willing to pay fees but not commit ranch suicide. Sadly, BLM would not accept his fees without a signed permit and since that time BLM has euthanized excess desert tortoises.

But don’t forget the Hammonds in Oregon. Decades of relentless harassment by federal agents have put Dwight Hammond, 74, and son Steven, 46, in federal prison for five years each for “domestic terrorism.” Their crime? A controlled burn to improve the resource and a backburn to save their ranch and range from a lightning fire. While the Hammonds accidentally burned about 140 acres of public land in both fires and damaged nothing, federal agents burned millions of acres, destroyed homes, barns, fences and range, and killed livestock, horses and wildlife, with no reprimand or jail time.

BLM and FWS want the Hammond Ranch. The agencies have blocked the family’s stock waters and access roads to their high-country grazing land, canceled their legal grazing permits, and seem determined to destroy ranch and family so that they can add that private land to the 187,000-acre Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (see map). Besides being locked up in California, the Hammonds had to pay $400,000 by Dec. 31, 2015, for destroying federal land and were forced to give first option on their ranch to the BLM—the agency working to destroy them.

At press time, Bundy sons, Ammon and Ryan, with armed friends, were protesting the Hammonds’ sentence, holed up in the refuge visitor center “until the Hammonds are set free.” Meanwhile, President Obama has released 195,900 felons early (some guilty of homicide, rape and kidnapping) while two good ranchers are languishing in prison.

CONTACT: C.J. Hadley, Editor, RANGE magazine,

P.O. Box 639, Carson City, NV 89702 1-775-884-2200 1-800-RANGE-4-U

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Utah: Manti man indicted in Oregon occupation; Arizona man arrested in southern Utah

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Published: Thursday, Feb. 11 2016 7:05 p.m. MST

Updated: 2 hours ago

SPRINGDALE, Washington County — A Manti man is among nine people indicted Thursday in connection with the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.

Wesley Kjar, 32, was indicted Thursday with conspiracy to impede an officer of the United States from discharging their official duties through the use of force, intimidation or threats.

Blaine Cooper, 36, of Humboldt, Arizona, was arrested by the FBI in southern Utah Thursday and was later indicted on the same charge. He was arrested without incident at a Springdale, Washington County, hotel around 8:30 a.m., according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

Also Thursday, the last four of the occupiers, who among other things had made demands that the federal government give up land designated to the refuge, surrendered in Oregon.

Cooper was at one time involved in the occupation of the refuge, said Springdale Mayor Stan Smith. The mayor didn’t have additional details about Cooper’s level of participation in the 41-day occupation.

Deputies were asked Thursday morning to set up containment around the Utah hotel where FBI agents planned to arrest Cooper, said Washington County Sheriff’s Sgt. Dave Crouse.

“They requested our assistance just in providing scene security and making sure there would be no undue alert to the public,” Crouse said. “The subject was taken into custody without incident.”

The office’s role in the operation was limited, according to Crouse.

“We were only blocking off the road (so) in case something happened … we could prevent any of the citizens or civilians in the area from going into any danger had it actually gone (in a bad) direction,” he said. “(We were) making sure there was a uniformed presence so that people wouldn’t confuse any of the efforts as not being law enforcement related.”

Cooper and Kjar are two of nine alleged occupiers who were federally indicted Thursday. The nine named in the indictment allegedly recruited others to join the occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. They “brandished and carried firearms on the premises” to intimidate federal authorities and “threatened violence against anybody who attempted to remove them,” the charges state.

Cooper was booked into the Purgatory Correctional Facility in Washington County. His first hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday in federal court in St. George. Kjar, who is being held in the Weber County Jail where he was booked Thursday, will attend a hearing at 3 p.m. Friday in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City.

Cooper and his wife, Melissa Cooper, have posted frequently on Facebook about the occupation of the refuge. Melissa Cooper posted Thursday that her husband was arrested by the FBI at the Canyon Ranch Motel, 668 Zion Park Blvd.

Contributing: Brianna Bodily

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865647535/Man-connected-to-Oregon-occupation-arrested-by-FBI-in-southern-Utah.html

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Gavin Seim ends live broadcast of Malheur Refuge standoff

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KXLY.com

Grant County man broadcast Malheur standoff’s end live online

Author: John Hendricks, Multimedia Journalist, johnh@kxly.com

Published On: Feb 11 2016 06:56:59 PM PST

http://www.kxly.com/news/spokane-news/grant-county-man-broadcast-malheur-standoffs-end-live-online/37953314

EPHRATA, Wash. –

The end of a tense, 41-day standoff inside the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge south of Burns, Oregon played out live for the world to listen to over the Internet because of the work of a Grant County man.

Three of the final four occupiers turned themselves in after negotiation with Federal agents. Their surrender played out over a live stream phone call. After another hour of negotiations, the final man holed up inside came out peacefully.

Gavin Seim of Ephrata, Washington was the man behind that streaming call.

“When I got a call from people that were under duress and surrounded by military vehicles, a group of people that had been nothing but peaceful, then it was a matter of due diligence,” Seim explained.

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20 wolves killed in northern Idaho to boost elk population

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PNP comment: Look at the stats! Too many wolves kills too many elk. Simple fact. Too many wolves are not good for the environment and wildlife. Defenders of Wildlife are destroying wildlife! — Editor Liz Bowen

Boseman Daily Chronicle

Feb. 11, 2016

By KEITH RIDLER

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Twenty wolves have been killed in the Clearwater Region in northern Idaho to bolster elk populations in the area, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game says.

The agency in a statement Wednesday said the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services killed the wolves using a helicopter starting last week, and the wolf-control effort has ended.

“Predation impacts to elk calf and cow survival is the primary factor limiting recovery of the Lolo elk population,” Fish and Game officials said in the statement.

The agency said elk numbers in the region in the last 25 years have fallen from 16,000 to fewer than 1,000. As a result, the agency has eliminated all rifle cow hunts and reduced by half rifle bull hunting.

The Defenders of Wildlife conservation organization revealed the aerial shooting of wolves last week and decried it as based on anti-wolf politics and not sound science.

http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/ap_news/montana/wolves-killed-in-northern-idaho-to-boost-elk-population/article_8044551a-56b7-5e63-b240-1c3ad40c50ea.html

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Oregon protesters set to surrender; Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy arrested

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Doug Stanglin and Jane Onyanga-Omara,

USA TODAY 10:19 a.m. EST

February 11, 2016

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy was apparently planning to join the land-rights protest organized by his son Ammon Bundy at a wildlife refuge in Burns, Oregon. USA TODAY

The 40-day takeover of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon appeared to be moving to a climax Thursday as the last four holdouts agreed to surrender.
The move came only hours after FBI agents arrested Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, the father of the protesters’ jailed leader who flew to the state in a show of support.
One of the occupiers, Sean Anderson, said late Wednesday that the protesters will turn themselves in at a nearby FBI checkpoint at 8 a.m. PT Thursday.

The FBI said agents “moved to contain” the last four holdouts Wednesday by hemming them in with armored vehicles at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, which they have occupied since Jan. 2.
“We reached a point where it became necessary to take action in a way that best ensured the safety of those on the refuge,” Greg Bretzing, special agent in charge, said Wednesday in a statement.
Bundy, 74, was arrested by the FBI after stepping off a plane at Portland International Airport on Wednesday evening. He was taken to Multnomah County jail.
A post on Bundy Ranch’s Facebook page said: “Cliven Bundy just landed in Portland; we are being told by eyes on ground that he was surrounded by SWAT and DETAINED.”
His sons, Ammon and Ryan Bundy, were jailed following the Jan. 26 arrest of several members of the armed militia group on charges of interfering with federal officers.
One protester, Robert “LaVoy” Finicum, was killed during a confrontation with the FBI and state troopers after fleeing a police roadblock.

Law enforcement personnel block an access road to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Ore.

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LaVoy Finicum video of the Josh Bernstein Show — tells of BLM’s attitude

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Burns, Oregon: There’s Something Strange Happening Here…

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PNP comment: Worth clicking on the link and reading the entire article from someone who visited Burns and asked “police” to show their official badges and would not. Hum? — Editor Liz Bowen

There’s Something Strange Happening Here…

Written by Diane Rodgers on  Feb. 7, 2016

About two years (ago) the Nation watched as Cliven Bundy stood in opposition against an unjust seizure of his ranch and grazing rights by the BLM. The event grew as patriotic Americans responded to his aid. The growing protest was ultimately successful in forcing the BLM to turn tail and retreat in face of the growing support that they could no longer control. Fast forward now to January 2, 2016 and we have a similar situation with the BLM is small town out west called Burns, Oregon.  Since the start of this protest, the Main Stream Media (MSM) has been putting forth articles and news reports using such adjectives as “armed militants”, “right wing racists”, “terrorists” or “armed thugs”.  Every story I read or listened to was basically the same, always one sided.  I follow the belief that there are 3 sides to every story; you could call it her side, his side and the Truth.  So when only one side is ever told, it is safe to assume that there is an agenda afoot.  An agenda the MSM never speaks about.

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There’s Something Strange Happening Here…

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Supreme Court blocks Obama’s climate rule for power plants

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The Hill.com

The Supreme Court has blocked President Obama’s landmark climate rule for power plants, dealing a major blow to the president’s climate agenda.

In an order released Tuesday night, the court said it is placing a stay on the Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants while industry and state lawsuits move forward.

The court granted the request in a 5-4 vote on Tuesday night, saying the rule was on hold until the circuit court reviews it and Supreme Court appeals are exhausted. The court’s four liberal justices dissented from the decision.

The rule — the Clean Power Plan — is the main plank of Obama’s climate change agenda. It’s designed to cut carbon pollution from the electricity sector by 32 percent over 2005 levels by 2030 by assigning states individual reduction targets based on their energy mix.

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