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Browsing the blog archivesfor the day Thursday, August 3rd, 2017.

Bunkerville protesters on trial — for protesting

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

This charade of justice continues to devolve into something you’d expect more from a 3rd world government than our government.


There are a couple more new articles worth reading regarding this trial on the Redoubt News.com  home site.

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3 Percenters Demonized in Federal Court – Bunkerville Retrial

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Dept. of INTERIOR, Federal gov & land grabs

Oath Keepers.org



by Shari Dovale

August 2, 2017

Though the defendants are actually Eric Parker, Scott Drexlar, Steven Stewart and Ricky Lovelein, the prosecution has made their association the the group “Idaho 3%” a material part of the case against them. It is enough to believe the government is trying to prosecute the group, as well as the individuals.

3 Percenters

The Three Percenters (also styled “3%ers”) is an American patriot movement which pledges resistance against the United States government regarding any restriction of the United States Constitution. Their primary purpose is to protect constitutional rights and characterized as being ideologically similar to the Oath Keepers.

The group’s name is based on the that the historical American Revolution military’s armed resistance against the British, in the American Revolution, constituted three percent of the population. This number has never been accurately calculated, and estimates vary depending on whether or not slaves are included in the colonial population numbers and women are counted as potential combatants. Wikipedia

Only two of the defendants show a membership connection to the group. Eric Parker and Scott Drexlar have the group’s logo tattooed on their forearms.

The prosecution has claimed that the defendants conspired against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and, by extension, the US Federal Government. The government has not shown much success with this charge against these defendants.

The previous trial showed the jury in favor of acquittal.

The government needs this charge validated to fully demonize anyone that challenges them on their policies that contradict the US Constitution.

The prosecution is claiming the conspiracy was continued with their association the the Idaho 3% group, between training and recruitment. They also claim a further conspiracy against the federal government by the Idaho 3% involvement in other “operations”, such as “Operation Gold Rush” in Oregon and “Operation Big Sky” in Montana.

These events were about good citizens coming to the aid of their neighbors for support against the land grab of the alphabet agencies within the federal government. However, it should be noted that these events did not take place until months, or years, after the Bunkerville Standoff in April 2014.

Bunkerville was over. These are events “After the Fact” and do not, by themselves, show a state of mind for a time that long in the past.

Judge Gloria Navarro has allowed these events to be brought in as evidence against these defendants over the objections of the defense.

The Idaho 3% was not formed until after the events in Bunkerville. The government seems to want you to believe otherwise. They would like you to believe that anyone in a group like this is a dissident. They would like the public to call them ‘Anti-government’ and lawless. This is simply not true.

Entered into evidence, and played for the jury, is the overview of the Idaho 3%

For video, go to:

3 Percenters Demonized in Federal Court – Bunkerville Retrial

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Yreka City Council to hold meeting on marijuana ordinance

Yreka City

Yreka City Council Meeting
Thursday, Aug. 3rd.
6:30 PM
Yreka Community Center Theater
812 North Oregon St. Yreka


Discussion/Possible Introduction – Consideration of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Yreka enacting Chapter 9.27 entitled “NON-MEDICAL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION REGULATION AND THE PROHIBITION OF COMMERCIAL CANNABIS ACTIVITY, MANUFACTURE, TESTING, DISPENSING, SALES, DISTRIBUTION AND DELIVERY WITHIN ALL ZONING DISTRICTS IN THE CITY OF YREKA” and finding the Adoption of this Ordinance to be Exempt from CEQA.

Mr. Richter, retired realtor has announced at a Yreka city council meeting that he intends to open a marijuana dispensary at his old office on the corner of Yama and North Main. I have been told there is another individual who also wants to open a dispensary in Yreka. Richter will bring an army to this meeting in support of commercial Marijuana grows and dispensaries.
We need everyone’s help to stop the proliferation of drugs in our community. Will you help? Will you attend this meeting and speak out against drugs?

You don’t have to be a Yreka resident to attend or speak. In fact, you don’t even have to give your name or address. All you have to do is to say that “you support this ordinance.” The marijuana crowd is very vocal. They will speak!! If you don’t speak, you can’t be heard.


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Siskiyou Sheriff’s Office Recovers Body of Drowning Victim in Remote Cliff Lake

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report

July 31, 2017


On Saturday, July 29, 2017 at about 4:00 p.m., the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) responded to Cliff Lake in response to an emergency call of a possible missing person last seen swimming in Cliff Lake.  Cliff Lake is a remote mountain lake located southwest of Mt. Shasta in a rural area of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.  A search of the immediate area did not locate the missing man whose body was presumed to be submerged in deep water based on statements of family and friends.  The man, later identified as Richard Louis Martin, 61, of Sebastopol, California, was last seen snorkeling in the lake when he disappeared.  A ground search of the area by SCSO and an aerial search by the California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) H-14 (helicopter) failed to locate Mr. Martin.  Shoes and a hat belonging to Mr. Martin were located along the shore, another indicator that he never returned to shore.

On Sunday, July 30, 2017, five SCSO Dive Team members returned to the lake to conduct a dive in the deep-water areas of Cliff Lake, which includes depths of 200 feet.  Four members of the SCSO Dive Team traversed an area of the lake ranging from 40 to 60 feet in depth.  Mr. Martin was later located submerged in about 70 feet of water.  His body was retrieved successfully and transported to a local funeral home.  The temperatures in the lake were frigid and the search location averaged about 38 degrees.  The area is rugged, a boat could not be deployed but local business owners in McCloud, Charlie, and Cindy Miller provided four kayaks to the SCSO Dive Team, which made the rescue effort safer and more efficient.

According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “On behalf of the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office, I would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to Mr. Martin, his family, and friends.”

Sheriff Lopey went on to say, “This is a good time to remind our citizens and visitors to the area that remote mountain lakes and virtually all bodies of water in Siskiyou County can be potentially hazardous this time of the year due to cold-water temperatures and unpredictable depths and sometimes debris may be encountered below the surface of the water.  It is always a good idea to swim in groups and it is advisable to consider wearing flotation devices when swimming.  If diving or snorkeling, do so in pairs and have a flotation device readily available in close proximity should you experience any type of distress while in the water.  I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the Millers and CHP for assisting us with this search and recovery effort, which were conducted under difficult and hazardous conditions by our Dive Team.”

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Federal Gun Legislation

2nd Amendment rights

Comment by Tim Grenvik:  Unsure if this legislation will get very far, but hoping for the best. At least someone in congress is willing to make the attempt to curb states like NY and CA.


In case you’re interested, here is a copy of the text of the proposed legislation:


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Wonderful powerful song by Marie Osmond and Olivia Newton John


Worth the listen!


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OREGON: Judge: Counties can sue state over forest lands

Courts, Forestry & USFS, Oregon governments

By CARISA CEGAVSKE Senior Staff Writer

The News-Review

Aug 2, 2017

Linn, Douglas and other Oregon counties can sue the state for breach of contract after all, a Linn County Circuit Court judge has ruled.

The ruling came in a $1.4 billion class action lawsuit that revolves around forest lands formerly owned by 15 Oregon counties and now held in trust by the state. The counties argued they gave up the lands to the state on the condition they would be managed for timber revenue that would be shared with the counties. They’ve alleged that amounted to a contract, which they argue the state has breached by leaving too much timber standing, depriving the counties of the money they say they were promised.

Judge Daniel Murphy had ruled June 20 that the state was protected from the counties’ claim by sovereign immunity. At the time, Murphy said the counties, as entities of the state, could seek more favorable timber management but they could not sue the state for money.

After a July 13 hearing, Murphy changed his mind. In a final letter opinion July 17, the judge reversed himself, rejected the state’s sovereign immunity defense, and ruled that the case could proceed.

The July 17 decision was actually the second time Murphy had reversed himself on the immunity question. He had initially ruled to strike the state’s sovereign immunity defense. With the immunity defense out of the way again now, the case can move forward.

A pre-trial conference is scheduled for Sept. 14.

Douglas County’s portion of the land involved in the lawsuit is mostly located in the Elliott State Forest, and the total acreage is relatively small compared with that in other counties; however, Douglas County Commissioner Tim Freeman said the 4,800 acres the county gave to the state could potentially generate around $1 million a year in timber revenues.

Freeman said if the counties win the lawsuit, the additional money coming in to Douglas County would help reduce the amount the county needs to draw from its reserves to pay for county services. The county currently draws about $9 million a year out of its reserves.

Freeman said $1 million a year is a substantial figure, amounting to about half the annual cost to operate the former Douglas County Library System, or half the cost to pay for the county’s deputy district attorneys.

“A million dollars a year is real money. It would certainly be an important part of a revenue stream for Douglas County,” Freeman said.

Freeman said the judge’s decision on sovereign immunity is good news for citizens because states and counties have many contracts with each other. Frequently, those contracts talk about resolving contract disputes in the courts.



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