Published on Apr 10, 2014 by NextNewsNetwork
We bring you now the latest from the Bundy Ranch, where the militia has arrived in support of Cliven Bundy in his stand off against the Federal Government, where the Bureau of Land Management has surrounded his ranch with snipers, helicopters and heavy equipment.
Governor Sandoval and Sen. Dean Heller have condemned the actions of the BLM:
The governor has released a statement: “No cow justifies the atmosphere of intimidation which currently exists nor the limitation of constitutional rights that are sacred to all Nevadans.”
Sheriff Richard Mack, of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, has declared the Governor’s words to be, just that – WORDS – and that immediate action on the part of the Governor should be take to call off the pending Range War.
Radio Host Pete Santilli of Guerrilla Media Network, is standing by on the scene where the Militia has arrived to support the Bundy Family.
Rusty Hill a former Land Broker who worked in that area for nearly 20 years issued this to our news room,
“It is not about turtles it is about water. There are developers working for military contractors that want that land and water for mining weapons grade minerals for industry… they want to sell the land by the highway for real estate development because it’s close to I-15 and the Bundy’s have been refusing to sell what they actually own directly for over 20 years. Many buyers sent me out there with crazy offers for that land for many years. It is prime real estate not worthless desert. There is a natural gas pipeline going through there and lots of water under ground too. Somebody connected to a military corporation is using political power and the BLM to muscle those people out.”
We go now to Pete Santilli on the scene where the Militia has arrived.
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