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Bundy Case Attorney Takes Aim After IG Probe Finds BLM Agent Guilty of Misconduct

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs, Freedoms - Individual, Liberty

Freedom Outpost.com

By Tim Brown

I’ve been covering the Bundy Ranch now going on three years.  As trials of political prisoners on trumped up charges by the central government loom, charges that have either been dismissed or they have been acquitted of in Oregon, the Bureau of Land Management agent in charge has now allegedly been found guilty of misconduct by the Inspector General; and a Bundy case attorney is going after him.

Guerilla Media Network reports:

On Wednesday Attorney Chris Rasmussen  filed a Motion For Review of BLM Personnel Records after a scathing report released by the Office Of The Inspector General, said  a Special Agent In Charge of the BLM was found to have committed Ethical Violations and Misconduct during an event in 2015 called “Burning Man” held in Black Rock Desert, Nevada.

The report contained points of interest for attorneys fighting an uphill battle in the Bundy Ranch case, especially the part about the Special Agent trying to intimidate and influence witnesses in his ethics investigation.

Daniel P. Love, who is believed to be the Special Agent in Charge the report is referring to, was also the Special Agent In Charge of the Bundy Ranch Cattle Impoundment of 2014.  Complaint after complaint was filed against Dan Love before, during, and after the protest, but failed to catch the eye of the Inspector Generals Office. This time the complaints came from within the BLM staff itself and it looks as though the “Super-Agent” will finally be held accountable.

This revelation came as no surprise to the people who live in States in which the BLM has taken on the role of Law Enforcement under the direction of Special Agent Daniel P. Love. Locals say they can attest that misconduct is an almost daily routine for the agency.

Chris Rasmussen, the Attorney of record for Pete Santilli, the journalist being held without bond after being swept up in a series of arrest stemming from the 2014 protest, wasted no time in demanding the court release the unredacted document filed by the Inspector Generals Office on January 30th, because he believes Dan Love may be the agent that was investigated and the Governments star witness in their case against Cliven Bundy and co-defendants.

Mr. Rasmussen says that if  Daniel P. Love is the agent being charged in the Inspector General’s report,  his client and other co-defendants have a right to know and be allowed to impeach his testimony, if he takes the stand.

Just two weeks ago, I met with Santilli at the Souther Nevada Detention Center and we discussed some of Love’s misconduct, as well as the evidence that would exonerate every single person the central government is holding without bail.  Santilli called out the misconduct after prosecutors in the case filed a motion to protect the BLM from any scrutiny during the trial.  In essence, they were seeking to cover up the criminal actions and lawless conduct of armed BLM agents that surrounded Bundy Ranch.

According to Santilli’s co-host, Deb Jordan, though Love was abandoned by the FBI, the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department and the Las Vegas Metro Police, Daniel P. Love threatened reporter Pete Santilli, who sought to reason with Love, just as he did with the FBI in Oregon for a peaceful resolution to the matter.  His attempts were in vain.

One protester believed lives to be in danger and commented, “There was never ever any talk of invading the 1 million dollar compound Daniel P. Love erected on the Gold Butte or forcefully taking back any cattle; it was always the plan to protest until the release occurred naturally, said one witness who has asked to remain anonymous.  We went down into the wash under the assumption the BLM had left the area and that is where we were met by 200 armed agents who said they were ready to use lethal force. It was very frightening and confusing, we said a prayer and moved forward to face a BLM, we thought had left hours before. “

Former Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore also stood at Bundy Ranch alongside fellow citizens of Nevada and Americans.

“You know what?” Fiore said.  “I am just pissed off that this dirty SOB has been protected from being prosecuted for his outrageous behavior at Bundy Ranch – Scoring a few tickets and having sex with his girlfriend in a BLM trailer at “Burning Man” is the least of his offensives.”

“This man is the same guy who threatened to use lethal force against American Citizens and Elected Officials – myself included – during the protest at Bundy Ranch,” she added.  “How the hell did he ever get by with that?  And now it’s just disgusting that the Nevada BLM has the audacity to speak poorly of  our elected, President Donald Trump while never saying one thing about this mad-man being permitted to threaten protestors without any repercussion?”

“This guy actually disobeyed the direct order of our State Attorney General and beat people up and arrested them when he had no authority to do so,” she continued.  “In the wash that day the BLM made fun of our Metro Las Vegas Police and County Sheriff Tom Roberts instead of obeying a direct order to put away their Long Guns.  I’m telling you all right now, Daniel P. Love disrespected the authority of our Nevada State Attorney General and  Local Law Enforcement, and almost caused a terrible tragedy.  There was no damn conspiracy – We all went down into that wash to set cattle free because the Sheriff said the “operation” had ceased and the BLM was leaving – We were almost killed by that raging lunatic;  It’s just that simple.”

Fiore then offered a solution to the problem at hand.  “At this point I think the right thing to do in this situation is, to let our men who have been wrongfully accused of threatening the BLM, out of jail and put Daniel P. Love, the real criminal, in jail for a very, very long time.”

She also mentioned the fact of Love’s misconduct in another area.  “While they’re at it I think they should also look into the allegations of misconduct during the 2012 Winter Olympics when an on duty Dan Love was presumably observed by his men in a dark corner of a bar getting up close and personal with a woman he had had drinks with instead of providing security for the diplomats he was charged to protect.”

And she threw in his previous involvement in a story that I reported on in 2016.  “Maybe they should take another look at the operation Dan Love conducted in Utah that lead to the suicide of three people including Dr. James Redd in Blanding, Utah.”

“I think it’s high-time somebody say enough is enough and tell us the truth; That Daniel P. Love was demoted – not promoted this year – because he can’t handle the overwhelming responsibility of picking up the trash on our Public Lands without threatening to kill someone, and has finally been relegated to a desk job where he can’t hurt people,” Fiore said.

If this was not enough, a retired BLM agent also spoke out against the BLM in January 2016.

In 2012, Steve Martin sat in a briefing room at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia, New Mexico, listening to the details of a clandestine operation his agency was planning in the Nevada desert. The goal seemed commendable — to round up rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle, which had been grazing illegally on public land for decades — but the means seemed off to the Arizona-based special agent for the federal Bureau of Land Management. It was full of optimistic bravado, he recalls, and it was missing a key ingredient: cooperation with the county sheriff. Says Martin: “I remember thinking, ‘Is this still the BLM?’ 

GMN also added regarding the comments of Ryan Bundy at his pre-trial hearing this past Tuesday,

During his pre-trial release hearing on Tuesday (Jan. 31, 2017), Ryan Bundy revealed that at least 200 gunmen (BLM Agents and or Parks and Services) were involved in the April 12th protest, and that many of them could be heard  laughing while choosing the protestors they wanted to kill, including horses and dogs.

Ryan Bundy also stated for the record, an agreement had been made between the Sheriff’s Department and the Bureau Of Land Management on April 11th, 2014 – that said the impoundment operation would cease immediately   – a full day before the final protest on April 12th.  Mr. Bundy quickly pointed out the flaw in the indictment by asking the question, “If there were no operation on the 12th, and if the cattle were already being released — how is that impeding?”

The BLM is out of control.  They believe their authority supercedes the Constitution.  However, they are an illegal agency, as the Constitution does not provide for them to uphold the laws of the Constitution.  Rather, it is the citizen militia that is to do so.

I would encourage you to read what Lynette Warren says are the “OIG’s worst findings” concerning Love on the last two pages of the 15-page report.  You can read that report by clicking here.  Don’t forget to support Santilli in his defense, helping wives and children of political prisoners and getting the story out on what is really taking place in Nevada by clicking here.

Bundy Case Attorney Takes Aim After IG Probe Finds BLM Agent Guilty of Misconduct

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Siskiyou Supervisors: Dam surcharge discussion should be public

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Siskiyou Daily News

The JH Ranch Planned Development Plan Amendment and Klamath Dam removal were both hot issues at the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday.

By Sarah Kirby

Posted Sep. 8, 2016 at 11:40 AM

The JH Ranch Planned Development Plan Amendment and Klamath Dam removal were both hot issues at the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday.

The open session began with a public comment period. Many individuals spoke who were concerned about the expansion of operational area under JH Ranch’s PDPA. JH Ranch, a faith-based guest ranch operation, has been working in recent years on gaining approval for its PDPA, which would allow for expanded guest limits, among other changes.

Those speaking on Tuesday lined up to express why they felt that the JH PDPA violated environmental and CAL FIRE protocol.

Betsy Stapleton, who lives on French Creek Road, shared her feelings with the board, and she explained that since former Community Development Director Greg Plucker had left the county, she wanted to bring the issue back up to make sure that the board knew what was happening.

“We are just bringing this issue, the J.H. expansion, back out into the air. They have a new business model, and while they have told the community that they were in compliance, they are not. I provided you all with a little handout. The activities that J.H. is doing for single family resident permits and single family housing makes it very clear to us that they intend to occupy them as part of their business model. They have no small timber harvest plan for these areas, which is a violation from the North Coast Regional Quality Board. You can all see the kind of work they do is egregious and they ignore environmental constraints or laws. The point I’m making is they are telling you they are in compliance but they are making places to evade the law; wrestle with that and find a way to please keep them compliant,” she said.

Over the past year, the county has sent a number of letters to JH Ranch regarding its occupancy limits, which have long been a point of contention between all parties involved. The county has also advised the organization that it may be in violation of other requirements, including emergency access routes and more.

At least eight people were in attendance at the meeting to express worries, but they conveyed that they were there speaking for a much larger number of individuals in Scott Valley.

One speaker explained that many in the area have tried to protest and bring awareness to the JH issue by putting up signs around their property. He stated that the signs are continuously being stolen or they are vandalized. The issue has escalated to the point that some property owners are on high alert, and have taken major precautions to make sure their signs are not taken or vandalized.

“Last year there were about 50 signs stolen throughout the valley. A person saw a whole stack of signs on top of J.H. garbage bins,” the man alleged. “I have a couple examples of how people are trying to keep their signs safe. People put up a huge post, and one person had to triple reinforce the sign and put a chain around it. People have cameras, and these people have even flashed lights on the camera to set them off and then they grab the sign and run. The people of Scott Valley, we don’t have expensive lawyers. The thefts and vandalism have stopped now that they have gone back to Alabama. We’ve contacted the sheriff, and his deputy has contacted me. The deputy is trying to get full reports. It is only a matter of time before the vandals will come on camera.”

Page 2 of 2 – The board listened to the commenters, and thanked them for expressing their concerns.

Klamath dams

In the regular agenda portion of the meeting, the board discussed recent activities relating to the possible removal of four dams on the Klamath River.

Specifically, the board focused on dam owner PacifiCorp’s petition to modify the California Public Utilities Commission Decision 11-05-002, which relates to a surcharge on PacifiCorp ratepayers that is expected to fund a portion of dam removal costs.

Interim County Counsel Jim Underwood addressed the board about the matter. He explained that a written response from the board could be useful to help push the matter to a public hearing.

The board showed dismay at the entire issue, and explained that they felt that the entire county was being barred from the issue at large. Not only did they want to respond with a letter that asked for a hearing, but Board Chair Grace Bennett stated that she wanted the letter to ask that the hearing take place in Siskiyou County.

District 5 Supervisor Ray Haupt also commented, calling the issue “a debacle.”

“This is another cart before the horse situation where they are expecting us to pay for something that we didn’t even approve. I have concerns with this latest application because it appears to be paying catch-up surcharges that were built on, however; if we take this on legally – the citizens of this county – we are forced to pay for this,” Haupt said.

The board decided to add a slew of comments about proper ordinances for the demolition related to the removal of the dam, along with the hearing being in a public light, all of which will be sent back to appropriate agencies by county counsel.


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Bundy situation: Trial For Malheur Occupiers Kicks Off In Portland

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Sept. 7, 2016 4:30 p.m. | Updated: Sept. 8, 2016 4 p.m.

The federal trial for seven of the occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge began Wednesday in Portland. A handful of occupation supporters and opponents showed up to watch the first-day proceedings, which were focused on jury selection.

U.S. District Court Judge Anna Brown welcomed 31 potential jurors into the courtroom saying the jury process has worked for hundreds of years because “people come with common sense and experience.” Brown stressed to the potential jurors that the defendants were presumed innocent, and the burden was on the government to prove the cases beyond a reasonable doubt. She also said the case could last nine weeks or longer.

Brown also reviewed the charges with jurors. Federal prosecutors say the defendants — including Ammon Bundy, the leader of the 41-day long occupation — conspired to impede federal workers from doing their jobs at the refuge by force, intimidation and threats.

Brown asked jurors whether they had any thoughts about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Several of the defendants are members of the Mormon church.


41 Days: An OPB Documentary On The Oregon Occupation

“I don’t want to offend anyone,” said a juror, only identified as Juror 3. “I’m not particularity fond of that religion in general.”

Another juror, Juror 10, said he had been affiliated with the Mormon faith for his entire life.

One by one, Brown also asked jurors about their exposure to the case through the media.

“I’m not a news person,” said Juror 8, who said she was from Hood River. “I live in world of art. I could care less what happens in the rest of the world.”

Juror 17 said she heard news on the radio about the occupation.

“I feel like I can be impartial,” she said.

Many jurors said they were “excited” about potentially serving as one of the 12 trial jurors or eight alternate jurors in the case. One woman said her boss told her the juror summons was a “golden ticket.” It was also clear that this group of potential jurors were from all over the state: retirees from Salem, a rancher from Madras and, of course, people from Portland. The potential jurors interviewed Wednesday were of all ages but mostly white.

Throughout jury selection, the judge is taking input from prosecutors and defense attorneys, who are able to email her questions. Four additional groups of 30 jurors will interviewed Thursday and Friday.

Security at the courthouse was tighter than at past proceedings. Before potential jurors entered the courtroom, attorney Marcus Mumford, who’s representing Ammon Bundy, said the heavy presence was prejudicial to the defendants because jurors may infer there’s a risk caused by the defendants.

Brown justified the heavy presence to Mumford, telling him “our lives have been threatened.”

Mumford asked if the threats had come from the defendants or their associates. Brown said she didn’t know where they came from but agreed to ask jurors whether the police presence at the courthouse was tainting their view of the defendants.

“I’m not telling the [U.S.] Marshals how to do their job,” Brown said. “They’re required to protect everyone coming in and out of this building.”

Neil Wampler, a defendant who was part of the initial refuge takeover, is one of several defendants on pretrial release. On his way into the courtroom, he said he believes that the occupation inspired a movement that can’t be stopped, even if he and the occupation leaders are found guilty.

“At the end of this affair, I think the federal government is going to wish they never dragged us into court,” Wampler said. “They can’t win, and we can’t lose. We got ‘em right where we want them now.”

Wampler said that he’s been helping his attorney work through the thousands of pages of discovery in the complicated case. He’s upbeat about his chance in the courtroom.

“This case is a house of cards,” said Wampler. “Even what we’ve seen so far in the pretrial hearings, the prosecution is talking in circles and experiencing wheel spin trying to substantiate these bombastic accusations.”


Charges Dismissed Against Refuge Occupier Pete Santilli

Defendant Jeff Banta was often quiet but always present throughout the occupation. In a court-house elevator Wednesday morning, he said, “I haven’t done anything wrong.”

Noticeably absent from the courtroom Wednesday was Pete Santilli. Late Tuesday, prosecutors dropped charges against him. He still faces charges in Nevada related to a 2014 armed standoff with the Bureau of Land Management.

Defendants Jason Patrick and Duane Ehmer also face conspiracy charges and showed up for the first day of the trial, despite their own trial not beginning until next year. They face a later court date because they waived their right to a speedy trial.

Both Patrick and Ehmer said they’re watching these court proceedings carefully, as this trial could have important implications for their own.

“Mine might not even go to trial depending on how things go here,” said Ehmer, who was recognizable during the occupation for his daily morning patrol of the refuge while riding Hellboy, his horse, while holding an American flag.

Opening statements in the trial are scheduled for next week.


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Bundy situation: Charges Dismissed Against Refuge Occupier Pete Santilli

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by OPB Staff OPB | Sept. 6, 2016 4:30 p.m. |

Updated: Sept. 7, 2016 12:29 p.m. | Portland

UPDATE (5:38 p.m.) U.S. District Court Judge Anna Brown has approved federal prosecutors’ request to dismiss charges against Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupier Peter Santilli.

Federal prosecutors filed a motion seeking to dismiss the charges against Santilli Tuesday afternoon.

“The government has decided that the interests of justice do not support further pursuit of these charges against Santilli,” prosecutors wrote in the motion.

The trial of Santilli and seven other refuge occupiers was set to begin Wednesday with jury selection in downtown Portland. The case will move forward without Santilli.

Santilli is an internet radio host who broadcast live from the wildlife refuge during the occupation.

Santilli’s attorney, Thomas Coan, argued that his client’s presence as a journalist at the wildlife refuge was protected by the First Amendment. He said he’d been pushing for the government to dismiss the charges against Santilli.

“This is something that we’ve been pushing for, for a long time,” said Tom Coan, Pete Santilli’s defense attorney. “I have always believed that Pete never had any criminal intent in what he did out there … He came out here with the intent to report and to document and to lawfully protest.”

Deb Jordan, Santilli’s partner and fellow journalist, said, “Pete didn’t have to make a deal. He didn’t have to turn against the people he stood for. He didn’t have to do any of those things. He stood on principle. And on the principle of the type of journalism that he does. And he stayed steadfast that he was not guilty.”

Santilli still faces several charges in Nevada for a 2014 standoff with the Bureau of Land Management, where he’s accused of conspiring to assault federal officers and brandishing a firearm in relation to a crime of violence.


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Trump to Repeal 501C-3 Clergy-Muzzling Johnson Amendment

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News with Views

July 22, 2016

On the morning of 13 July 16, Donald J. Trump called Jerry Falwell, Jr. and woke him up with news he’s long waited to hear. The new Republican platform, the GOP nominee told Falwell, calls for the repeal of a half-century-old tax law prohibiting churches and tax-exempt institutions from political organizing…….


by Kelleigh Nelson

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Bundy women speak out — We stand for freedom

Agriculture, Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, cattle, Constitution, CORRUPTION, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs, Freedoms - Individual, Over-regulations, Property rights, State gov

Caravan To Midnight – Episode 500 First Time Ever: The Bundy Women Speak Out – YouTube

Caravan To Midnight Radio Show with host John B. Wells

Published April 4, 2016

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Standoff sheds light on conservative sheriffs group

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PNP comment: Oregon’s Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer continues to be harassed for lack of complicity with feds. — Editor Liz Bowen

AP The Big Story

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The actions of two rural Oregon sheriffs during an armed standoff at a national wildlife refuge were striking: one worked with federal officials to end the siege while the other questioned the FBI’s authority and offered words of support for the occupiers.

Sheriff Dave Ward of Harney County, where the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is located, cooperated with federal and state police, urging standoff leader Ammon Bundy and his followers to stand down and respect the law.

Meanwhile in Grant County, immediately to the north, Sheriff Glenn Palmer called the occupiers “patriots.” When Bundy and others were arrested during a Jan. 26 traffic stop, they were on their way to his county. An Arizona rancher who police fatally shot when they say he reached for a gun shouted he was on his way to meet Palmer.

Palmer is a member of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, a group that bills itself as “the last line of defense” against a federal government they contend overreaches on gun control and other issues. They see sheriffs as the ultimate law enforcement authority in their dispute with the federal government over control of federal lands.



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Utah ranchers vow to stand up to government despite Oregon arrests

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The Guardian.com

in Beaver, Utah

Monday, April 4, 2016

As the unofficial leaders of the land-use rights movement are being prosecuted, ranchers remain steadfast in fighting what they say is federal overreach

On 23 January, a group of Utah ranchers gathered in Cedar City and made a pledge: they signed notices of “withdrawal of consent” to be governed – a statement rejecting the authority of the federal agencies that regulate grazing and charge fees to have livestock use public lands.

The ranchers were following in the footsteps of Arizona rancher LaVoy Finicum, who at the time was a leader of a land-use protest at an Oregon wildlife refuge and who had publicly refused to pay for grazing rights.

Then on 26 January, state troopers in Oregon shot and killed Finicum during an attempted arrest, and two weeks after that, federal authorities detained and charged Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher who led an armed standoff at his property in 2014.

The aggressive prosecution of the unofficial leaders of the land-use rights movement in the west appeared to be the government’s way of sending a clear message that authorities would not tolerate these types of protests.

But in remote desert ranges of Utah, ranchers say they remain committed to finding a way to stand up to what they see as federal overreach and mistreatment – even if the most vocal activists leading the charge are now dead or behind bars.

There are a number of factors that make Utah a key battleground in the brewing fight, with some questioning whether tensions could boil over and erupt in the form of another high-profile standoff and national controversy.

Some in rural parts of central and southern Utah tell stories of extreme overreach by the government, alleging that the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and environmental advocacy groups have used endangered species regulations and conservation initiatives to prevent families from sustaining ranches passed down through generations.

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Bundy ranch is last one in business in Clark County, Nevada

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PNP comment: With additional ire at the previously posted article that appeared at the top of Fox News this morning, I would like to add this statement.

There were once dozens of ranchers in Clark County. Cliven Bundy said that there were 50 ranchers at one time and 49 have been pushed out of ranching. He is the last rancher standing and he is in prison right now.

We know the mafia is huge in Clark County, which also boasts Las Vegas.

We also know that U.S. Senator Harry Reed and his businessman son have speculations on the Bundy ranch property.

So what is really going on in the corrupt federal governments that arrested Cliven Bundy on Feb. 10, 2016 with a SWAT Team at the Portland Oregon Airport?

Yep, there is so much more to this story. It really isn’t about cattle, but that the government wants the Bundy property. Why?

We know that two reporters, who were covering the facts on Ammon Bundy and the occupation of the Malheur Refuge in Eastern Oregon, were also arrested and still remain in jail.

Looks like freedom of speech may be a thing of the past.

What about freedom of thinking?

— Editor Liz Bowen

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