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Bundy Trials: Prosecutors Exposed for Concealing Information AGAIN

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

Prosecutor Steven Myhre is refusing to hand over audio recordings between Special Agent In Charge Daniel P. Love, BLM sniper teams, other tactical personnel, and possible informants

Prosecutors Exposed!
Concealing Information AGAIN

It’s all about protecting Special Agent Daniel P. Love

by Deb Jordan

(GMN) – PROSECUTORS in Las Vegas got back to work on Monday, and in the case of USA vs Cliven Bundy et al — it was dirty “business as usual.”

It was revealed that Steven Myhre and the Department of Justice are refusing to hand over audio recordings they are suspected of  having in their possession containing radio transmissions the defense believes are recordings between Special Agent In Charge Daniel P. Love, BLM sniper teams, other tactical personnel, and possible informants who were on the ground surveilling Bundy Ranch as far back as March in 2014.

These recordings are vital to the defense in that the indictment against rancher Cliven Bundy and his co-defendants specifically states that Mr. Bundy and several others told lies and exaggerated the situation between Bundy and the BLM for the purpose of recruiting gunmen to come and help get the rancher’s cattle back.  Up and until the first trial which began last February, the BLM denied the use of snipers and other tactical personnel during “Operation Gold Butte” the BLM’s official name for the Bundy Ranch cattle impoundment.

In dash-cam video made public during the first two trials you can clearly hear cross-talk in the background asking agents to move communications to TAC-Le Channel (329) while communicating with ICP communications director Toni Suminski, [SAC] Daniel P. Love, snipers on the mesa, and other BLM tactical gunmen in the wash.  Toni Suminski testified in court under oath in the first Bundy trial,  that recordings of those transmissions were lost after the the hard drive running the recording software had mysteriously come un-plugged during the protest on April 12, 2014.  Defense teams are now asking for recordings captured before that date ..

Suminski also admitted under oath she had shredded garbage bags full of documents concerning Operation Gold Butte that were found in a dumpster at the ICP – saying it was “routine” for her to do that.

TAC LE  Channel (329) was never mentioned in documents provided to the defense or on any of the documentation outlining  “Operation Gold Butte” plans.  The information was brought to light after a researcher listening to background chatter on dash-cam video made public during the last trial – brought it to the attention of defense attorney’s.

Snipers positioned on the Mesa above the Toquop Wash – Bundy Ranch April 12th-201

United States Park Service sharp-shooter Alexandria Burke, who was on the mesa with other snipers during the protest and trying to get a clear shot to “eliminate” Eric Parker who had taken a prone position to defend himself, is of special interest to investigators for the defense.  If there is anything on these recordings of her communicating with other snipers while she was at Bundy Ranch on or before April 12th 2014, the defense feel they are entitled to hear it.

The Jury was under-whelmed by Burkes tearful testimony in the last trial saying her testimony was uncomfortable and that she embarrassed herself and Law Enforcement.  They did not believe her testimony to be truthful.

The Incident Commander for Operation Gold Butte, SAC Daniel P. Love, has recently been found guilty of  misconduct where before and during an investigation by the Office Of The Inspector General he demanded subordinates destroy damning information about him and others pending a  Congressional inquiry.  In that investigation witnesses stated two of Love’s lap tops disappeared along with deleted emails, documents, and shredded evidence.

Love is also accused of a series of crimes including the stealing of evidence from artifacts raids he and former FBI Greg Bretzing conducted in 2009 which resulted in the suicide of three of their victims – including that of Dr. James Redd of  Blanding, Utah.  Prosecutor Steven Myhre failed to alert defense attorneys that an investigation was being conducted against their star witness who is and was Bundy’s #1 accuser.  The information was not brought to light until right before the first trial began – where Judge Gloria Navarro had already agreed to a motion filed by the Prosecution to protect SAC Love from testifying during the trial.

Rand Stover, second in command to Dan Love during Operation Gold Butte, and a key prosecution witness, was also involved in a scheme to broaden the scope of hiring practices for Daniel P. Love’s department so that Love’s friend Mark Jucca could be hired over more qualified applicants for a job with the BLM. This information was also held back from the defense by Prosecutor Myhre.

Ironically, the U.S. Attorneys office in Utah has declined prosecuting Love for  these heinous crimes while the rancher Cliven Bundy and co-defendants sit in jail awaiting trial.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for Utah declined to file criminal charges related to evidence mishandling, said spokeswoman Melodie Rydalch, who declined comment about the decision. Megan Crandall, a land management bureau spokeswoman, said Thursday he remains an employee, but declined to elaborate.

A lawyer for Love, Lisa Kleine, did not immediately [respond to a] telephone message seeking comment, said Linsay Whitehurst of the Associated Press.

Defense attorney’s contemplate that TAC LE channel (329) was used throughout the operation from the beginning and could likely reveal much needed information that would contradict the Governments insistence that Cliven Bundy and others conspired to lie to the public to get them to come to Bundy Ranch and join in a “massive armed assault”  using a made up story about the aggressiveness of BLM special forces who were assaulting the Bundy family even before the impoundment began.  They are asking for the recordings of radio transmissions from TAC LE Channel (329) dating back to March of 2014, and so far the Government has refused those request.

Prosecutors’s and the Department of Justice have developed a pattern and history of withholding evidence from the defense for USA vs Cliven Bundy et al — say’s one researcher working on the case; During the retrial of Parker, Drexler, Stewart, and Lovelien – the names, addresses and telephone numbers of FBI personnel who were present at the protest and subsequent witnesses for the prosecution, have been removed from the witness list making it impossible for defense attorney’s to subpoena them.

Prosecutors literally refused to disclose witness information to keep the defense from being able to subpoena and question the FBI.

Gold Butte, April 2014 (Photo credit: Shannon Bushman, PeekPromotion.com)

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Bundy Trials: Did Navarro Cause the Jury to Nullify?

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Judge Navarro made every attempt to shut down the jury as she had the defense.

by Shari Dovale

The recent case of the Bunkerville Retrial ended with 34 of 40 charges to be found ‘Not Guilty’ and the remaining charges to be 11-1 in favor of acquittal by the jury.

This trial had an unusual element involved, specifically allowing the jury to ask questions of the witnesses. This is not unheard of in lower level courts, but almost never used at the Federal level. It was not allowed in the first trial of these defendants.

Judge Navarro rarely censored any jury question for the prosecution witnesses. However it became very apparent that she would not allow the jury to ask their pressing questions when it came to the defense.

Defendant Eric Parker attempted to testify, yet was removed from the witness stand by Judge Navarro after a few minutes. The jury saw this, and was left in confusion when it was not explained.

We learned from the transcripts what was said during the sidebars:

Parker was removed from the stand for mentioning the men on the hill:

The jury was left a bit dazed, as was evidenced by the looks on their faces. Parker was also stunned by Navarro’s decision, as he seemed to be making every attempt to comply with the court’s orders. The jury was not allowed to ask him any questions.

Defendant Scott Drexler was allowed to testify, in a very limited scope. When his testimony was finished, the jury submitted several questions.

The following is a list of the questions, with pertinent sidebar discussion, and Judge Navarro’s decision for each. It is apparent the jury wanted to get the information they knew was being kept from them. It is, also, obvious that at least one juror is concerned for the defendant’s Constitutional rights:

Q: No. 131, “When and how did you learn that the Long Bow agency were FBI agents?”

THE COURT: Any objection?
MS. CREEGAN: I think it’s not relevant.
THE COURT: I guess it’s relevant depending on what the answer is. Did he know at the time or afterwards? You all know this answer better than I did. It seems like he didn’t know until after the arrest; right?

THE COURT: Okay. So, I agree. It wouldn’t be relevant.

Q: No. 132, “In your testimony you said a person with a gun has more respect. What makes a gun give you respect?”

THE COURT: Is that argumentative?

MS. CREEGAN: It seems argumentative.
MS. CREEGAN: We object on the basis that it’s argumentative.
MR. LEVENTHAL: No objection. Well, it’s not argumentative, it’s his thoughts. It’s going directly to him. It his thoughts. What he thinks. It’s not argumentative. It’s not asking for an argument. He made the statement and it’s directly on point from that statement, so . . . it just — to me, it’s more clarification for what it is that he’s saying. There’s nothing argumentative about the question or the answer.
THE COURT: I think it is argumentative. I’m not going to ask 132

Q: 133 has several parts. The first one is, “What generated your interest in the Bundy topic in the first place?”

MS. CREEGAN: Government objects that it’s going to call for — he’s going to take that license to go into something he shouldn’t have, something like five times in his
testimony he went into something he shouldn’t have and I think it’s clear he’ll take into opportunity to do that.
THE COURT: The general — the information requested in this question I don’t think is necessarily going to be more than what the defense has already elicited and does appear that it would only encourage him to get into the improper areas. So I won’t ask that question.

Q: The second question in Jury Note 133 is, “Why were you interested in protesting at this spot?”

MS. CREEGAN: That’s almost the same question, just rephrased.
MR. LEVENTHAL: It was his testimony that he went down to go protest.

THE COURT: Yeah. I agree. So it doesn’t – it’s irrelevant what the . . .

Q: Number 3 on Jury Note 133 is, “Did you feel as though the Bundy protest was an attempt to protect constitutional rights?”

MS. CREEGAN: It seems like this will call for the first and second response which has already been prohibited by Court order.

THE COURT: I agree. It doesn’t look like —

Q: last question for Jury Note 133 is, “Did you fear for the safety of other protestors on the day in question? If so, why?”

THE COURT: It gets into the area that the Court order prohibits.

Q: Jury Note 134, “When did Mr. Drexler learn he had been interviewed by undercover FBI for the documentary?”

THE COURT: So this is the same as before.
THE COURT: So it sounds like they’re trying to elicit whether he knew about it when he gave the information? I’m not sure how that . . .
MS. CREEGAN: I think if the Court asks it that way, did you know at the time you were doing it that that would be sufficient to capture what they’re asking.
THE COURT: Yeah. All right. So I’ll change it to, “Did you know at the time you gave statements?” “Did you know at the time you were interviewed for the documentary that they were FBI undercover agents?”


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Klamath Basin Crisis.org News update

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KBC News

Mercy Chefs needs our help feeding hurricane victims in Florida.

PUBLIC COMMENT: PacifiCorp – Iron Gate Dam Spillway Dewatering Project; Public Notice for Water Quality Certification and/or Waste Discharge Requirements (Dredge/Fill Projects). KBC News Question: Why is Iron Gate chosen for inspection? Are all California dams being dewatered and inspected? Is there a suspected problem with this particular dam? Posted to KBC 9/13/17

Judge rejects claims of Klamath Basin irrigators, H&N, posted to KBC 9/13/17. “…The plaintiffs argued their wells were drilled into a confined aquifer that’s separated from the Sprague River by layers of rock and clay, as well as a shallower alluvial aquifer. Shutting down the wells isn’t allowed because OWRD only has jurisdiction over wells drilled into an aquifer “adjacent” to the surface water…” “There’s nothing to stop Oregon Water Resources from regulating every aquifer in a basin (within a mile of surface waters) and calling it an aquifer system,” (attorney Laura Schroeder) said.”

Chiloquin water could be vulnerable to water call, H&N, posted to KBC 9/13/17. KBC NOTE: Klamath Tribes made a call on this flood year to shut down ranchers’ wells. Now that they learned their call would effect their town’s, Chiloquin’s, well, they are trying to find an exemption “solution” for their own well.

‘Let it burn’ approach to wildfires creating a disaster for our forests, Senator Dennis Linthicum guest writer for H&N, posted to KBC 9/13/17. “…Up until the 1980s, the average duration of wildfires was just six days. The number of distinct fires or ignitions hasn’t changed over time but wildfires, today, are much larger and last much longer. Today, the average fire lasts 52 days, or nearly two months. The Chetco Bar fire is estimated to double the 52-day average, with nearly four months of burn. Last winter was a record-setting winter for cold, snow and rain. The drought is over; our reservoirs and dams are full; rivers and streams are still flowing with snowmelt. Could it be that these extraordinary burn rates are directly related to policy and not to global warming?…”

New law makes it way too easy to take guns away from people without cause, H&N by Rep E. Werner Reschke, posted to KBC 9/13/17. “SB 719 calls for the forced confiscation of property (guns) by the police with no due process, no conviction of a crime and no accusation of a crime. It allows anyone, including strangers off the street, to make assessments and a case before a judge. It allows judges, with no mental health credentials, to render judgment on another person’s state of mind whom they have never met or spoken to. Furthermore, it actually forbids judges from considering assessments of the respondent’s mental health by people who actually do have mental health credentials. The law even goes so far to allow a judge to confiscate every firearm in a household because one person in the household has a past DUI conviction.”

U.S. interior chief recommends changes on some protected lands, H&N, posted to KBC 9/13/17. “Twenty-seven monuments were put under review in April by President Donald Trump, who has charged that the millions of acres designated for protection by President Barack Obama were part of a “massive federal land grab…” “The eco-tourists basically say, ‘Throw out all the rubes and the locals and get rid of that mentality of grazing and utilizing these public lands for any kind of renewable resource such as timber harvesting and even some mineral production,’” Noel said. “That’s a very selfish attitude.”

California Farm Bureau Federation Friday Legislative Review, posted to KBC 9/13/17. ” require California to enforce the federal Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act (ESA) and their implementing regulations and policies as they were on January 19, 2017. If it is determined that the federal government has weakened any of those laws, California agencies are required to adopt regulations, with extremely limited public input, that are at least as stringent as what was in place on January 19, 2017, requires sellers of electricity to procure a minimum of 60% of their electricity products from eligible renewable generation resources by 2030, …”


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Klamath National Forest: Salmon-August Fire Complex Update 9-13-17

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PNP comment:  Things are looking good. Cooler temps are on the way. — Editor Liz Bowen


 Date Started: August 13, 2017                       Total Size: 65,098 acres
Cumulative Containment: 30%                       Total Personnel: 1,137

Operational update: Crews were aided by the weather change. Crews continue to construct and improve containment lines on the north, east, and south perimeter as well as starting suppression repair of the area.  Several areas within the Wallow Fire perimeter are still unburned and may eventually become active.  Should these areas burn, smoke is expected to be seen from the surrounding communities.  Crews continue to improve shaded fuel breaks, which helps in defending from current and future wildfire spread.

A safe, methodical process is being used to make progress on the Deep Fire. Crews are challenged with the steep and rugged terrain, but are building handline towards natural barriers, such as rocky ridges. Containment line is also being constructed along Canyon Creek Road to limit fire spread north towards timber sales and high use recreation areas.

Skies will be clear today as a storm system exists in the region.  Slightly warmer and drier conditions are expected with highs in the 70’s and 80’s.  Winds will be north to northwest, with gusts up to 15mph in the afternoon.

Due to the reduced threat to the communities of the Western Scott Valley, CAL FIRE will transition out of Unified Command and the USFS Incident Management Team will retain command at 7:00 a.m., Sept. 14th.

Currently, there are no evacuations in effect for communities near the Salmon August Complex.
A forest closure order is in effect for the portions of Marble Mountain Wilderness until the fire is declared out. The Pacific Crest Trail No. 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) is included in the new closure from the intersection with Forest Trail No. 5545 (Kidder Creek Trail) to its intersection with Forest Trail No. 5542 (Shackleford Trail). Details of closure points can be found on InciWeb at https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5501/#

The American Flag used in our 09/11 remembrance to honor the many who sacrificed it all will be donated to Etna Fire Department.  We Will Never Forget!

Wallow Fire: 64,449 acres; 28% containment. Fire fighters will continue to construct and improve lines on the north and east areas of the fire.

Deep Fire: Approximately 199 acres; 9% containment. Fire fighters will continue to construct and improve containment line.

Fourth Fire: One quarter (.25) acre; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Claire Fire: One Tenth (.10) acre; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Mary Fire: 91 acres; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Rush Fire: 3 acres; 100% containment. The fire is unstafffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Grizzly Fire: 90 acres; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Garden Fire: 266 acres; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored

Residents within Siskiyou County will continue to experience smoke impacts from this complex and surrounding fires.  A daily Air Quality Report is posted on the fire’s Inciweb page. For updated smoke forecasts, please visit this link: http://bit.ly/2uSYloh

For updated fire information, please visit InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5501/

For evacuation information, please visit CODE RED: http://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/content/codered-emergency-alert-system

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Eclipse Fires Complex Update 9-13-17

FIRES, Forestry & USFS

September 13, 2017
Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests
Yesterday’s Cloud Cover Provided Calm Conditions in the Eclipse Complex Area

Eclipse Complex Acres:  96,529 acres                           Containment: 25%
Cedar Fire:  9,050 Acres                                                   Oak Fire:  87,479 acres
Abney Fire Acres on Klamath NF: 9,500 acres                     
Cause:  Lightning                                                              Total personnel:  378

Yesterday’s challenging weather did not materialize.  There were no lightning strikes, high winds or precipitation over the fire area.  Cloud cover helped moderate fire behavior with increased humidity and lower temperatures.  Firefighters made good progress on several containment lines over the fire area.

Miller Complex Abney Fire (section located on the Klamath National Forest) 
Firefighters will be working in the southwest corner of the fire to strengthen and secure the fire lines.  The focus will also be on the east side along the east fork of Horse Creek, to prevent any fire from crossing the creek and burning the private timber lands to the east.  Other containment lines on the north  and northeast side of the fire perimeter are holding and have no detectable heat.

Oak Fire:  On the west/Gasquet side, the contingency lines along the GO Road to the south and Forest Service Road 16N02 have been completed and strengthened.  Fire in the Smith River drainage stayed in place yesterday with minimal creeping uphill.  There was some smoldering observed to the north in the Siskiyou Wilderness but no active torching.  The fire is out near the containment lines on the eastern perimeter.  Suppression repair work began on the southeastern containment lines on Monday.

Cedar Fire:  Containment lines along the southern edge of this fire are holding.  There was smoke on the northern edge near Thompson Creek and Pyramid Peak in the Red Butte Wilderness but fuels become very sparse in this area.  The Knox fire to the northeast within the Miller fire was active.

New Lightning Fires:  Several small lightning fires were found on Monday.  Helicopters have been dropping water on them when available and monitoring their progress.   A crew is going in to work on the Buck Fire located 2 miles north of Boulder Peak.

Relative humidity in the Eclipse Complex will be lower today, down to 20-26%.  Light winds from the north to northwest are also expected.

There are currently no changes in evacuation warnings or fire area closures:

The Evacuation Warning for Seiad Valley and Horse Creek area remains in place. Local officials are continuously evaluating as to when the Warning level may be lifted.  The Evacuation Warning for Happy Camp has been lifted.  To register for CodeRed, go to:  www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/content/codered-emergency-alert-system.

While there are no current evacuations in Del Norte County, residents are encouraged to utilize the Del Norte Community Alert System to remain informed about issues that may affect local safety. Go to prepareddelnorte.com to sign up.

Fire Area Closure Orders:  Closures have been executed for roads and trails, including the Pacific Crest Trail, near many of the wildfires, closing them to public entry to provide for safety. Additional information about the closures and fires is available on Inciweb at inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/closures/5511 and at key locations in Happy Camp, Seiad Valley and Gasquet.

One Less Spark – One Less Wildfire:  Firefighters ask that you be extremely careful and prevent new fire starts. Please review fire restrictions on the Klamath and Six Rivers National Forest websites and help firefighters.


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