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Oregon militia member is shot dead as routine traffic stop escalates into shoot-out with the FBI that ends with leader Ammon Bundy arrested and his brother Ryan wounded

Ammon Bundy has been arrested and his brother Ryan was wounded in a shoot-out with FBI officers that left one of their militiamen dead, reports claim.

Bundy’s battle not yet finished
One year after the biggest Western standoff in recent history, the Battle of Bunkerville still is smoldering.

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This Facebook Page Takes Bundy Bashing To A New Low

Last week, Fox News contributor Todd Starnes revealed Facebook removed one of his posts “because it doesn’t follow the Facebook Community Standards.”

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Report: BLM Feds Slaughtered Cattle During Bundy Siege

Photo evidence suggests BLM federal agents shot cattle dead during actions targeting Cliven Bundy, a clear violation of a court order which could see the federal agency and those it hired to carry out the operation face criminal charges.

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BLM Confirms It Killed Six Of Bundy’s Cattle

The Bureau of Land Management is confirming it killed six cattle as part of its standoff against the Bundy Ranch in Bunkersville, NV.
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Harry Reid Calls Cliven Bundy Supporters “Domestic Terrorists”

Nevada Sens. Harry Reid and Dean Heller don’t agree on everything. But the Democrat and Republican did agree to sit together for a rare live TV interview Friday on KSNV-TV.
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During a ‘Hashtags & Headlines’ event at the Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Reid referred to Bundy supporters as “Nothing more than domestic terrorists,” adding, “I repeat: what happened there was domestic terrorism.”

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Feds accused of leaving trail of wreckage after Nevada ranch standoff

The federal agency that backed down over the weekend in a tense standoff with a Nevada rancher is being accused of leaving a trail of wreckage behind.
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Reid not second-guessing BLM’s move in Bundy dispute

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Tuesday he’s not going to second-guess the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to halt the roundup of Cliven Bundy’s trespass cattle and let the animals go over the weekend in order to defuse a potentially violent confrontation with armed militias.

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BUNKERVILLE — More than 100 head of Cliven Bundy’s confiscated cattle were released from a corral outside of Mesquite after a 20-minute standoff between angry and armed ranchers and law enforcement officers Saturday.

  • Bureau of Land Management would not enforce court order to remove cattle and was pulling out of the area
  • Politicians have compared the standoff to Tienanmen Square
  • The Bundy family says they’ve owned the 600,000 acres since 1870 but the Bureau of Land Management says they are illegally grazing
  • The dispute began in 1993 when land was reclassified as to federal property to protect a rare desert tortoise, the government claimed
  • Federal officers stormed the property this week with helicopters and snipers to back up about 200 armed agents
  • They have reportedly seized around 350 of Cliven Bundy’s 900 cattle
  • Cattle were handed back to rancher after tense standoff
  • Tensions escalated after private militias poured in to support the family

Hundreds of heavily armed militia members celebrated their victory over federal law enforcement officers on Saturday after they secured the release of Cliven Bundy’s captured cattle.

SPLC “Hate Watch” Calls Cliven Bundy A Threat, Says He Is Being Backed By…Wait For It…The Koch Brothers

The Southern Poverty Law Center “Hate Watch” series has run several stories on the case, in every one of them misconstruing facts and painting Cliven Bundy as a “patriot threat”. The stories are mostly inaccurate and some are just plain dumb.

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Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins has caused outrage by remarking that Utahns planning to travel to Nevada to support Cliven Bundy in his standoff against the feds “better have funeral plans”.

LIVE: Clark Co. Sheriff Announces BLM ‘Will Cease Operation,’ Open Land to Public

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Nevada Cattle Rancher Wins ‘Range War’ With Feds

A Nevada cattle rancher appears to have won his week-long battle with the federal government over a controversial cattle roundup that had led to the arrest of several protesters.
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BLM ends roundup of Bundy cattle

LAS VEGAS—The Bureau of Land Management has announced it will stop the roundup of cattle owned by rancher Cliven Bundy. The BLM says the animals have been illegally grazing on public lands for 20 years.

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Sheriff Tony DeMeo - One

Sheriff Tony DeMeo protected Nye County citizen Wayne Hage from illegal federal encroachments. Find out more about this story and Wayne Hage at www.MorphCity.com for the full article.

Militias head to Nevada rancher’s standoff with feds: We’re not ‘afraid to shoot’

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s decades-long battle against the federal government over grazing rights has heated to the point where militia groups have joined in and taken up spots against the feds who’ve circled his land — and talk is, they’re not afraid to open fire.

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20 Cowboys Break Fed Blockade in Nevada, Retrieve Cattle

Ammon Bundy, the son of besieged Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, told Infowars reporter David Knight today around 20 cowboys went on land claimed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and retrieved cattle.

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