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Word on the street from sources close to the militia movement is that up to 5,000 armed militia members will be arriving in Bunkerville, Nevada sometime today
why wont they give him his cattle back?
I'll request this here again: so far I've seen a few park rangers with tasers and a couple of dogs, a few SUVs. and a dump truck. Hardly the military. What the hell am I missing here?
Oh and also some pics from other incidents used to illustrate stories about this. Do you have links to pics of the snipers and militarized police?
reply to post by MrSpad
its my understanding the guy has grazing rights to the land and paid for the BLS to help him maintain the property. It got to a point when he would pay and they would no longer hold up there end of the agreement. He stopped paying the BLS and offered to pay the state to for maintenance and the state declined the payments.
He stopped paying all together, the feds moved in, rounded up all his cattle and have them "hostage". its now roomer that his cattle are dyeing and there burring them with backhoes to hid the evidence.
why wont they give him his cattle back?edit on 11-4-2014 by camaro68ss because: (no reason given)
Clark County Sheriff Douglas Gillespie will be meeting with Cliven Bundy
The I-Team has learned that a tentative deal has been brokered by Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie to de-escalate the tense standoff between rancher Cliven Bundy and his supporters and the Bureau of Land Management.
Sources tell the I-Team that Sheriff Gillespie has negotiated a potential agreement in which the BLM would halt its roundup of Bundy's cattle and withdraw its employees from the Gold Butte area.
The BLM wants to proceed with the sale of the cattle already gathered during the roundup but is reportedly willing to share the revenue from the sale with Bundy.
Sheriff Gillespie has been negotiating with Bundy behind the scenes for months reached a tentative agreement Friday night, though Bundy insisted the sheriff come to his ranch to finalize the arrangement face-to-face.