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Ruby Ridge Documentary - Saturday Night at the Movies -

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posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 07:29 PM
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part one of five

I noticed that it really doesnt go into why the government would see action was needed..? am I missing something... ?
and if Ruby Ridge wont do you ... check out Joseph Trudell, indian activist - one interesting individual.
also, if you want to know how American government negotiates look no further than the indian uprisings of the 70's to find you answer. these were I think valid concerns - wheter or not it was worth taking up arms is another issue entirely...




posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 08:38 PM
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in the late 90 I was logging, One of the guys I worked with was friends of this guy
en.wikipedia.org...
and his brother, I went to a 4th of july celebration in Republic Washington, In the bar was those two and Kevin Harris from ruby ridge, He didnt say a word about Ruby ridge and I didnt ask lol. but strange the town name, 4th of July And 2 different shootouts, one after and one rite before.



posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 11:08 PM
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I have heard about Ruby Ridge. I have never spent much time looking into what happened or why. I did watch the video in the Op and all I can say is, why would anyone be shocked that people do not trust their Government? They shot a 14 year old boy in the back, shot a mother holding her baby through the head. In my mind, those are the actions of a crazy person. Crazy people kill kids. Crazy people do those kinds of things. Yet there are those who would have you believe that not trusting a Government who could do that are actually the crazy people. It is unbelievable. You can not help but feel for that young women in the video though, truly heart wrenching.



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