Thank you for visiting. My thoughts & Feelings are my Own.
Here I will share my feelings about America and her Future.
Let it be known to all the World, I love all Humankind, however the poor actions of the few that take away the Freedom's of the many wear on my soul. I don't hate them I feel sad for their foolishness before God and humankind.
Those leaders who seek to 'Keep their Oaths of office' and those who seek only self glory, power, tyranny and the destruction of America as it was founded, hoping to turn it into a Dictatorship, Marxist or other state of Tyranny.
For a long while I was unsure of putting a blog together with my thoughts on this, however Truth must be shared, if not to Awake American's to their dangerous situation then to record the folly of the ways of the wicked who do exist in the leadership of our Nation, States, Counties, Towns. Sad that I must add this page.
"We often search for things in life, yet seldom do we find.
Those things in life that really matter, until we make the time." S.T.Huls
God Bless the Republic of America!
Friday, August 26, 2016
Have Chosen the Plea Bargain Roulette wheel of Justice? Blaine Cooper, Jerry DeLemus plead guilty in Nevada standoff near Cliven Bundy's ranch
These two for their own reasons after months of imprisonment, emotional and psychological dramas by the Federals, and others have made this hard choice. They Have Chosen the Plea Bargain Roulette wheel of Justice, the Justice department is known for creating this drama and then unleashing hell upon those they seduce into their plea bargaining to help their cases. Known to be able to LIE to defendants for creating their cases as well as under oath the lack of justice system is more about punishing, guilty till one day proven innocent so the goal is to seduce anyone to make a plea deal that the law usually breaks later on. Thus is the game,
Blaine Cooper, Jerry DeLemus plead guilty in Nevada standoff near Cliven Bundy's ranch
A few months ago Blaine was told if he would snitch on a certain someone they would let him walk free. He said absolutely not. And now he faces a very long time in prison. It says 6 years but the judge could sentence him to 20 years if she wanted to. He was shown a picture of him holding a gun. They told him because he is a felon that is all the proof they need and if they can prove it was loaded it would be 2 more years for every bullet. He also was told his crazy Facebook videos would not sit well with a jury in court and would have a negative impact on everyone. Or he could take the plea for a possible 6. He went with what he felt like he should do. Nobody talked him into it....in fact many of us encouraged him not to do it but he went with what he felt he himself needed to do. I am not saying I agree with pleaing out.....I am stubborn and don't trust the federal government and would not plea out......everyone is different. Also people are saying he has 18 felonies or more and I've seen posts showing a record that is supposedly his. Krista his attorney is saying he has one and I'm pretty sure she would know. We have to stop with the negativity and false information. This is a very difficult time for ALOT of people. Please be respectful. My mom always told me if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it at all.
Rusty Hammond called me a few days ago and one of the things he said which I 100% agree with is he said he tells people all the time....some who agree with what went on and some who do not. He tells them well we all agree on something. Had they not taken the peaceful stand that they did nobody would know who my family is. Now people all over the world know who the Hammonds are and Ammon could not have taken that initial peaceful stand alone. Every person that risked their life to peacefully stand I commend and I say thank you to each one of you. I wasn't there because I wasn't brave enough but I am glad that there are some who are brave enough and are willing to sacrifice all for me and my family. I am glad that there are some who are not ok with corruption and will be proactive in doing something to try change the corruption and make America great again.
Thursday, August 25, 2016
I do not understand why David Bundy is in jail, other then his father's name is Cliven and his last name is Bundy....
Please remember the ONLY thing that Dave Bundy was involved in during Bunkervilke 2014 was pulling over to the side of the road, safely on the shoulder and taking photos of his families cattle being rounded up by the BLM.
David Bundy did not interfere with agents, he did not have a weapon and he was parked safely on the shoulder of the road in a pull off area.
He did not argue with officials and complied when asked to put his iPad down.
He was not interfering with the flow of traffic nor was he putting any lives in danger.
David Bundy is guilty of holding his iPad and taking photo's on his way home from church.
There is absolutely NO reason David Bundy should be sitting in jail.
In my honest opinion; it is because of his name.
My sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to Dave, Marilynn and their children.
This past weekend our two boys have struggled.
Our kids have been away from their dad for six months now.
Our oldest boy seemed bummed this weekend. I asked him what his friends were doing for the weekend and he said, "they were all going Deer Hunting with their dads." I knew this was really bothering him because he doesn’t have his dad here to go do those things with.
Our other son came home from a football game and went into my room and started to cry.
I asked him what was wrong, he said, “my dad isn’t here to throw the football with me. He isn’t hear to teach me how to build things. I need my dad.” And our youngest boy always asks for his dad and when he gets hurt always cries for his daddy.
Below is a letter that our middle son wrote to his daddy today.
Dave wrote a letter to our children this last week.
He said, "First of all I want to remind you that I love you all very much. Next to Heavenly Father and your mother there is not anything I cherish more than you my good sweet children. I miss my close association with you. I miss holding, hugging and kissing you. I just miss being with you. I know we both hurt being apart, but we have survived so far and I suppose we will as long as the Lord see's fit. We must continue to have faith and patience while waiting for the Lord to provide a way for us to be together again. Keep having faith, keep praying and keep trusting in our Lord. I am grateful that you are good and loving kids. Never forget how special you are to me and that I love you so very much. Remember we are an eternal family and forever we will be if we all do our parts and with the Lords help. With Love, Your Dad."
I am praying with all of my heart and strength that the Lord will intervene soon. That these good daddy's and men can go home to their families where they belong. Please, please help these men to come home.
Sunday, August 21, 2016
What the Oregon Standoff Is Really About
Forget the Bundys and "terrorism"—the real crime is what federal bullies do to ranchers like the Hammond family.
This is their story.
Dwight Hammond and his wife Susan bought their ranch in 1964. The Hammond ranch consists of 6,000 acres, grazing rights in four areas on public land, and rights at three separate water sources. They live in a small ranch house—a beautiful structure of stone and hand-hewn wood—on the property.
The land sits in Oregon’s Harney Basin, an area first settled at the tail end of the 19th century. While the narrative we are getting in the media depicts the ranchers as despoilers of the land, implacable enemies of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge established by Teddy Roosevelt in 1908, the true history of the region shows that the “cowboys” who lived there and ran as many as 300,000 head of cattle were in fact its best defenders. Without them, there would be no Malheur Wildlife Refuge.
As the cattlemen developed an elaborate irrigation system in order to feed their herds, what had been a huge swampland surrounding Malheur Lake was transformed into rolling meadows, wildlife flocked to the area, and it became a favored spot for migratory birds. In 1913, however, the Oregon state legislature passed the Thompson Act, which authorized anyone who won approval from the Land Board to drain any lake and “reclaim” it for development. Drainage districts were established all over the state, and taxes were extracted from landowners in order to further approved development schemes. The Oregon Swampland Act created a “Reclamation Service,” which surveyed and facilitated the drainage of riparian areas, applying for title to lands owned by the federal government, which would then be turned over to developers who envisioned selling plots for agricultural purposes. (As it turned out, however, the land around Malheur Lake was too salty for crops to grow, but since no one had bothered to investigate, this wasn’t discovered until much later.) In 1913, the year the Thompson Act was passed, there were no fewer than eight attempts to drain Malheur Lake filed with the Reclamation Service.
These efforts were thwarted by the ranchers, represented by the Pacific Livestock Company, who contested the water rights and fought the developers to a standstill. As Nancy Langston puts it in Where Land and Water Meet: A Western Landscape Transformed: “What saved the Malheur Refuge from being destroyed by drainage along with other federal refuges in the region were precisely its tangled water rights and the stubbornness of local ranchers.”
Yet the federal officials who today preside over the refuge don’t remember or don’t care to recall that it was the ranchers who saved the land from being despoiled. Imbued with what can only be described as an imperialistic impulse, the feds have relentlessly sought to expand the refuge, using every method, legal and illegal, to drive them off the land.
As Ammon Bundy explains on his blog, in the 1970s the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) launched their campaign of conquest: ranchers were informed that grazing was inimical to wildlife and had to be reduced, if not eliminated. Out of a total of 53 permits, 32 were revoked; grazing fees were raised sky-high, and many ranchers were forced to give up their land. The irrigation system they had created and which had attracted birds and other wildlife to the area was appropriated by the refuge. While the original refuge established by Teddy Roosevelt included only Malheur Lake, and neither the rivers whose waters flowed into it nor most of the land surrounding it, today it covers some 187,000 acres, completely surrounding the Hammonds’ ranch.
Those who held on, including the Hammonds, were continually pressured to sell, but the hardscrabble ranchers—who had fought the developers, the state politicians, and the forces of nature to preserve their land and their way of life—were not about to surrender to an army of bureaucrats and the urban elites who ran the environmentalist lobby. Their answer was a firm: no way, no how.
As 1980 rolled around, the feds came up with a new battle plan, taking a leaf from the playbook of the Israelis, who have seized Palestine’s water and dole it out in dribs and drabs to their Palestinian helots. The FWS was keen to acquire privately owned land on the nearby Silvies Plain, so the refuge diverted the water, channeling it into Malheur Lake. Water levels rose, soon doubling, and over 30 ranches on the plain were utterly destroyed: homes, barns, and the verdant pastures on which cows once grazed were under water.
This broke the back of the rancher resistance: most came to the FWS and gave their land away for a song. It wasn’t until 1989 that the waters began to recede. By then the entire plain was in the grasping hands of the refuge.
Still the Hammonds refused to sell, and along with a few other holdouts they began to develop a strategy of resistance. Susan Hammond, the matriarch of the family, began to research how the refuge managed its considerable resources. What she discovered was that the ostensible purpose of the refuge—to provide a habitat for birds that might otherwise be endangered—was ill-served by refuge personnel. She dug out a 1975 study conducted by the FWS itself (as Bundy’s blog notes), which showed that the policies pursued by the refuge and allied federal bureaucracies were driving the birds away. It turned out that private lands bordering the refuge provided a haven for four times as many geese and ducks as the federally held lands. Migrating birds turned up their beaks, so to speak, at the refuge and were 13 times more likely to alight and breed on ranchers’ land.
One of the reasons for this is that federal overseers have allowed carp to take over the waters of Malheur Lake and the streams that feed into it. Massive numbers of carp have invaded and destroyed a habitat which once contained grasses and aquatic plants that provided birds and animals with a steady diet. No more. As Oregon Public Broadcasting put it:
Scientists say Malheur Lake once provided expansive habitat for waterfowl and other migratory birds along the Pacific Flyway.The refuge, the BLM, and the FWS profit from this disaster by hiring commercial fisherman to come in and catch the carp, which is then sold in areas of the country where immigrant communities for whom carp is a favored foodstuff buy it. Forget the birds: it’s the carp that bring in the money.
That was before common carp were introduced to the lake. These fish are native to Eurasia. Malheur wildlife biologist Linda Beck says the common carp was brought to the lake as early as the 1920s, likely as a reliable food source for people living in this arid region…
Now the shallow Malheur Lake is mostly brown, open water, free of the plants that provide food, shelter and nesting grounds for the birds… The lake’s estimated carp population runs in the millions.
Another big problem—one that would come to figure prominently in the Hammonds’ legal problems—is the invasion of junipers, which are crowding out other plant species and turning what were once fields—maintained by ranchers, who regularly cleared the land for grazing—into forests. Junipers suck up water at an amazing rate, and the result is that those fields have now turned into desert. For years, environmentalists objected to cutting down the junipers because it might encourage grazing on “public” lands, and the federal bureaucracy’s “no use” policies encouraged the juniper invasion, which has now conquered over 6 million acres. Finally, the BLM got wise to the problem, but as with the carp invasion, they reacted far too late. This is another reason why the refuge is not popular with the bird population, who are losing their habitat and being driven out—along with the ranchers.
And it isn’t just the junipers that are hogging all the water. In the early 1990s the Hammonds applied for and were granted water rights in an area adjacent to the Refuge by the state authorities. The BLM and FWS went ballistic, with the latter challenging the water rights in Oregon State Circuit Court. They lost—and that’s when the bureaucrats really starting going after the Hammonds.
Not long after being told by a judge to back off, the BLM and FWS fenced off the Hammonds’ water—a brazenly illegal act. The Hammonds struck back, dismantling the fence: the feds called in the Harney County sheriff, who arrested Dwight Hammond. Charged with “disturbing and interfering with federal officials,” a felony, Dwight was jailed for two days. Brought before a federal judge, he was released without bail: the hearing was at first postponed, and then it looks like the government was so embarrassed by the illegal actions of the BLM and FWS that they forgot to schedule another hearing date. The whole matter was dropped. But the feds had sent a message to the Hammonds—that the government would not be bound by the law.
The lawless behavior escalated. The FWS declared that the Hammonds would no longer have access to a road that enabled them to get to the northern reaches of their land: the only road went through the refuge. The road was barricaded, and FWS officials threatened the Hammonds, warning that there would be consequences if they tried to use the road. But that tactic backfired in the feds’ faces when it was discovered that the road was owned by Harney County, not the refuge.
Undeterred, the Energizer Bunnies of the federal bureaucracy revoked the Hammonds’ grazing permit without cause, bypassing any legal procedures. According to Oregon state law, owners of livestock are not required to keep herds within a fence or control their movements. But the law doesn’t apply to vindictive bureaucrats: a federal judge ordered the Hammonds either to fence their land or stop grazing. They were effectively forced to give up grazing on half their land.
This was a major blow: it forced them to sell their ranch in order to feed their cattle. They purchased property with sufficient grass and with grazing rights on “public” land. The government soon counterattacked, however, and the grazing rights were arbitrarily revoked.
When the new owner of the Hammond ranch suffered a heart attack, the Hammonds managed to reacquire it. But their battle was far from over. Indeed, it had just begun.
In early fall 2001, the Hammonds called the local fire department and received permission for a controlled burn on their own property: this is a common method of controlling invasive growth, and in this case it was aimed at getting rid of the junipers that were invading from the neighboring refuge—where little effort had been made to eradicate them—and gaining a foothold on the Hammond ranch. That fire burned out of control onto refuge land; the Hammonds put it out with no help from the BLM or refuge personnel. They didn’t hear from the BLM or any other government agency until charges were brought 13 years later. Remarking on the incident, the judge said:
Well, the damage was juniper trees and sagebrush, and there might have been a hundred dollars [in damages], but it doesn’t really matter. It doesn’t affect the guidelines, and I am not sure how much sagebrush a hundred dollars worth is. But I think … mother nature’s probably taken care of any injury.The Tri-State Livestock News quotes Susan Hammond as saying:
“We usually called the interagency fire outfit—a main dispatch—to be sure someone wasn’t in the way or that weather wouldn’t be a problem.” Susan said her son Steven was told that the BLM was conducting a burn of their own somewhere in the region the same day, and that they believed there would be no problem with the Hammonds going ahead with their planned fire. The court transcript includes a recording from that phone conversation.Court testimony from a prosecution witness, a range conservationist, elicited the statement that the burn had “improved the conditions on the BLM property.” Environmentalists had put pressure on the BLM to cease controlled burns, and the conditions on the range had deteriorated, so that not only did the juniper invasion increase but fires that did break out due to lightning or other factors burned much hotter, sterilizing the soil and leading to a profusion of weeds. When the problems became all too apparent, the BLM started a program of controlled burns. According to Erin Maupin, a former BLM watershed specialist and range technician, due to the intermingling of public and private land, “collaborative burns” are much more effective, as opposed to trying to follow property lines. This is precisely what the first fire was all about: not “arson,” but rational land management.
The second fire Dwight and Steven Hammond were charged with starting occurred in 2006: it happened during a lightning storm, and according to Susan Hammond the reason was to protect their home and property: “There was fire all around them that was going to burn our house and all of our trees and everything. The opportunity to set a back-fire was there and it was very successful. It saved a bunch of land from burning.”
According to the feds, a grand total of one acre of federal land was affected, although how this conclusion was reached is hard to say because fires were burning all over the place during the fierce lightning storm. The Hammonds’ neighbor, Ruthie Danielson, confirms this: “Lightning strikes were everywhere, fires were going off,” she said.
The morning after the fire, according to Ammon Bundy’s write-up, BLM agents filed a police report with the Harney County Sheriff’s office, charging Dwight and Steven Hammond with arson. A few days passed without any action on the part of the authorities, until a BLM ranger called Steven and asked to meet with him in the town of Frenchglen “for coffee.” As Steven was leaving the meeting he was intercepted by the sheriff and a BLM ranger, arrested, and told to go back and collect his father, who was also being charged. Both were booked on several charges—essentially the same charges that would be brought five years later, minus the “terrorism” angle. The case was reviewed by the district attorney, who deemed the accusations unworthy of prosecution: all charges were dropped.
In a just world, that would have been the end of the story. In the world we are living in, however, it was the beginning of the end for the Hammonds.
In 2011, the U.S. attorney’s office, responding to agitation from the usual suspects, filed charges against Dwight and Steven Hammond under the Clinton era “Anti-Terrorism Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996,” which carries a minimum sentence of five years in prison for doing damage to federal property. The “Death Penalty” part is included because that’s the maximum penalty: the bill was passed in response to the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building.
The government brought nine charges against the Hammonds, including several alleged arsons over the years, conspiracy, utilization of aerial surveillance to further a “terrorist” act, and trying to destroy government property including vehicles and fences.
Locals were kept off the jury: some jurors had to drive for close to four hours from Pendleton, 196 miles away. The prosecution was given all the time in the world to make their case: the defense was given a single day, and much testimony was disallowed. However, the testimony of Dwight’s estranged grandson, Dusty Hammond, who was 13 at the time of the fires, and was 24 when he testified, was permitted. Dusty had been having mental problems for some time, and the judge himself admitted that the grandson’s testimony was “unreliable.” Dusty’s testimony was the basis for the government’s assertion that the first fire was started in order to cover up evidence of poaching on federal land: he claimed that he was told to start a fire.
Neither judge nor jury bought this testimony, yet it is being broadcast all over the place as “proof” the Hammonds are malicious “arsonists.”
On June 22, 2012, the jury threw out or deadlocked on all the charges but two—the two fires the Hammonds admitted to setting. In sentencing them, Judge Michael Hogan declined to impose the minimum sentence, which is five years under the “Anti-Terrorism” statute, averring it would have been “grossly disproportionate” to the crime. He remarked that such a sentence would “shock my conscience,” and furthermore contended that Congress never meant to apply the act in cases like this one.
Dwight Hammond was sentenced to three months: Steven was given a year and a day. The sentence was handed down contingent on the understanding that they would not appeal the court’s decision. They were also fined $400,000—this in spite of the judge’s admission that the total damage amounted to about $100. Failure to pay the fine would result in confiscation of their ranch by the BLM, which had been the goal of the government’s long war against the Hammonds all along.
Both served their sentences and returned to the community. But the government wasn’t through with them—not by a long shot.
In June 2014 Refuge Manager Chad Karges, BLM Field Manager Rhonda Karges, his wife, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Frank Papagni, who had prosecuted the Hammond case, filed an appeal of the sentencing with the Ninth District Federal Court, demanding that the full sentence of five years mandated by the Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act be imposed. With Dwight and Steven out of the way, the ranch would be sure to fall into the government’s hands: failure to pay the $400,000 fine by the end of 2015 would result in confiscation of their ranch. To my knowledge, they’ve only paid half that. Furthermore, the Hammonds were forced to give the BLM the right of first refusal if they ever did sell their ranch in order to pay the fine. In either case, the land-grabbing BLM will have achieved their decades-long goal: seizure of the Hammond ranch.
There is no resentencing in a case of this kind without the approval of the Justice Department: clearly the intent here was to make an example of the Hammonds, to send a message that any resistance to the federal government’s aggressive tactics in their long war against Western ranchers will be mercilessly crushed. The Ninth District judge, one Ann Aiken, got the message and ruled that the Hammonds be returned to jail for the full five year term, minus time already served.
Another factor in the unusual sentencing appeal was the stance of Amanda Marshall, former U.S. attorney for Oregon, who while still in office denounced the original sentence as “unlawful.” It was she who formally authorized the appeal. Marshall has an interesting history: she had never served as a federal prosecutor prior to her appointment by the Obama administration. Her previous employment was as a “children’s advocate” in the Oregon Department of Justice. Prior to that she was a deputy district attorney in Oregon’s Coos County. She resigned her U.S. attorney position last April, claiming to be suffering from “post-traumatic stress disorder.” The “trauma” here was no doubt the scandal surrounding her stalking of Assistant U.S. Attorney Scott M. Kerin, who says she had been bombarding him with unwanted text messages, phone calls, and other communications for over a year. Kerin filed a hostile workplace environment complaint against her, claiming she followed him after work hours, and drove by his house, in addition to sending numerous emails. The Justice Department launched an investigation, withdrawing Marshall’s security clearance and essentially making it impossible for her to continue as U.S. attorney.
A U.S. attorney whose mental stability is at least questionable, a vindictive cabal of government bureaucrats intent on stealing property they have long coveted under color of “law,” and now a howling lynch mob of left-leaning Twitterers, who hate rural folks and especially ranchers who are professed Christians—these are the people who are celebrating the martyrdom of the Hammonds, denouncing them as “arsonists” and “welfare bums” out to steal public land.
While the focus among vaunted “civil libertarians” is the resentencing and mandatory minimums, the fact is that the Hammonds should never have been prosecuted to begin with. Their long agony is a clear case of government persecution motivated by avarice and politics—for this is a warning to anyone who opposes the federal government’s campaign to retain and expand its ownership of huge swathes of Western land. Consider the scope of their Western empire: they currently control more than 80 percent of Nevada; approximately half of California, Utah, Oregon, Idaho, Arizona, and New Mexico; 42 percent of Wyoming; 36 percent of Colorado; and 30 percent of Washington and Montana.
And, as the Hammond case dramatizes, they want more.
The response of the defenders who are rallying around the Hammonds and demanding the privatization of the refuge is an act of civil disobedience that is both heroic and pathetic: the former because it limns what would have been the response of ordinary Americans in better days, and the latter because those days are long gone. I would not be in the least surprised if the feds go in there, guns blazing, while our urban elites and their lower-middle-class imitators dance around the resulting bonfire, just as they did during the Waco massacre.
Justin Raimondo is editorial director of Antiwar.com.
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Why in America are non convicted ranchers tortured, beaten, abused, Constitutional Rights, Bill of Rights are illegally removed from them by the Corrupt Government's local and Federal.
If these were Al queda, ISIS, or other known terror groups taken on the battle field who had murdered thousands, killed our American soldiers. They would be treated more humanely, given more rights, and then Obama / Clinton would set them free with millions of dollars to spend.
I pray for the liberty of these Patriots who stood against the KGB / Gestapo of our days here in America, who are now being tortured, abused, etc. by the American KGB / Gestapo.
If liberty is truly lost in America and these abuses go unpunished, I will start praying for God to smite this land and destroy the wicked as he has done in days of old. I am tired of the wicked and their ways, of their generations of harming, killing, stealing, abusing innocent people for their own power, control, greed. God shall punish them and soon. A great punishment will soon come, and an awakening will happen. Evil and darkness shall not long rule.
Ammon Bundy calls and tell what took place, witness's tell of the abuse of Ryan Bundy, later the guards laugh at what they did, this is truly like the gestapo / kgb mentality.
UPDATE 6:13 witnesses at the jail said they witnessed the guards this morning after Ryan was taken from the jail, mock and laugh at "the Bundy brothers". Witnesses say what they heard "made us sick to our stomach".
UPDATE 5:57 when I requested video footage from jail starting at 6am we were told by officer Steve Alexander that "oh there may not be video footage from the incident." Now sir why would you automatically assume that there was no video footage? EMAIL: Steve.email@example.com and call 503-988-2300
UPDATE 5:50 Ryan on the phone now with Angie.
UPDATE 5:45pm Capt. Peterson called Angie and said Ryan would call her within 30min that was 2 hours ago. Angie has not heard from him still.
UPDATE 5pm Kelli Stewart live with channel 6 news on periscope
UPDATE 4:50 Oregon time. Nobody has heard or seen Ryan yet. I want to make this very clear with this Oregonian article that came out about today's incident. The article confirms what we have been saying there was no hearing scheduled for Ryan today. Nobody knows where he was being taken. What we do know is that prosecution has been trying to get their hands on that bullet in Ryan's shoulder for some time now SECRETLY. That bullet is important for many reasons. It is very important evidence. They are saying its shrapnel, Ryan is saying he saw the X-rays and that it is definitely a bullet. Which kind of bullet will tell us if it came from the FBI or the Oregon State Police. FBI is already being investigated for lying about shooting when LaVoy was killed.
When 5 guards awoke Ryan out of his sleep I'm sure he refused to go with them not knowing where they would take him and knowing full well what the prosecution wants. That is when they attacked him. Ammon and 2 others witnessed exactly what happened. Everybody so far that has told us Ryan is ok has not personally seen him.
UPDATE AT 4:18 Oregon time
We are being told that Ryan will call Angie here shortly. She will update her Facebook when he calls. Facebook wasn't liking Kelli Stewart's live feed so she switched to periscope. Still Live at the jail. Under Kel Stew @bundystrong. PLEASE EVERYONE stop what you are doing and PLEASE say a prayer for Angie and her kids, Lisa Bundy, Ammon (he has been in a panic all day in distress with what he witnessed this morning), Carol Bundy, the Bundy family. Today has been a day of ALOT of emotion. PLEASE stop what you are doing and pray for comfort for all of them and PLEASE GOD PLEASE TAKE OVER PLEASE TAKE THIS HELL AWAY!!
UPDATE AT 3:42 Oregon time.
1.We want the video from 6am inside the jail so we can see what really happened. Eyewitness accounts are completely different than that of the officer
2.If this was for a hearing that had been scheduled why didn't Ryan know about it?
3 They have been trying to bribe Ryan into allowing them to remove the bullet from his shoulder. He has said no several times. They keep doing these surprise hearings aka visits on him why when he refuses to go with the marshals for fear of his life is he beaten and placed in solitary?
4. There are several of us on our way to Oregon if he is not allowed a simple phone call or visit to show us he is ok TODAY.
UPDATE: Kelli Stewart is live right now on her Facebook at the jail trying to get some answers and on behalf of Angie trying to physically see him to see the damage done this morning. Angie has the flu and has been sick all morning. Goal is to possibly get her out there tonight...if not Angie, possibly Carol or Lisa even.
UPDATE: I just left Lisa and Ammon's house after being there all morning with Lisa and Cliven's sisters. Ammon was on the phone as I left. He said the person who called from jail and said the bullet was taken out was someone who was suppose to call earlier this morning, so it is possible that because Ryan refused to go to surgery this morning they beat him up and is now in solitary with the bullet still in his shoulder. He still has not been allowed to see anyone or talk to anyone. Sorry for the long post and many updates. With all the shares I figured this was the easiest way to keep everyone updated as we receive the info.
UPDATE: we are still being told by the jail and Lisa, Ryan's standby council, that the bullet was not taken out and that Ryan is in solitary. He is not being allowed to talk or see anyone and we have been told he has a "few" bruises but don't know how or why he has bruises. Angie said if he is in that jail then I should be able to talk to him and they told her she couldn't because he is in US marshal custody.
UPDATE: An inmate just called anonymously from the jail. He said I am suppose to call and let you know that they took the bullet out of Ryan's arm and then he hung up. PLEASE SHARE!!! PLEASE SHARE!!! HOW THE HELL IS THIS EVEN LEGAL!?!?! HOW CAN THIS BE HAPPENING IN AMERICA.
UPDATE: The jail and the Sheriff's office have now stopped answering phones. I will be posting info for news outlets to report this assault this morning by the Multnomah Guards and the reason for it....the prosecution doing whatever they can to get that bullet from Ryan's shoulder. why would they be trying so hard to remove the bullet without any witnesses??
UPDATE: just talked to Ammon. He is saying these 5 officers/guards jumped Ryan at 6am. He has the name of two other witnesses who watched this happen. Ammon said Ryan did not refuse to go to a hearing. He went to the hearing last week. Ammon said remember what this is about. This is about the prosecution wanting that bullet in his shoulder and Ryan refusing to allow them. Ammon said he tried to fill out a kyte form to explain what Ammon saw, demand answers, and report abuse and the guard wouldn't let Ammon fill out a kyte. Ammon also said at 6am this morning after they beat Ryan up and took him from the cell Ammon and two other witnesses watched them bring a garbage can over and start throwing away Ryan's stuff. Ryan is his own attorney and keeps his legal documents in his cell. Keep in mind trial is in 4 weeks. Call the jail, the first number and ask for Officer Penia and demand that they allow Ryan to call his wife and tell her exactly what happened today and let her know he is ok. If he is not allowed to call his wife and let her know he is ok by the end of today we will start calling all the news stations and reporting this assault of the Multnomah guards against Ryan Bundy. They want that bullet and they will do whatever t takes to get it. Ammon also said he got the names of the guards who were involved in all of this this morning. He doesn't want to release the names publicly right now but we do have them written down.
UPDATE: Ryan is now in solitary confinement. Jail is saying that to or from the courthouse Ryan got into it with one of the deputies so they put him in solitary. Interestingly enough Kelli was told that he refused to go to court LAST WEEK so they put him in solitary. Which is it?? Just some history on these harassments with Ryan. 2 surgeons refused to the prosecution to remove the bullets from Ryan's shoulder. Word is that they have now found one willing and so they are trying to jump through loops to remove the bullet asap. Cover-ups...lies....and deceit!!
UPDATE: Ryan's standby attorney Lisa said that she thinks they took him to a meeting. She isn't sure why they ganged up on him and beat him in the process or even what the meeting is for. She is trying to find out more info.
Mona drove to OSU hospital and he is not there.
Please share! Ammon just called and said Ryan was just beaten up by 5 US Marshals. They slammed his head into the floor and dragged him out and bagged up all his stuff. There were several witnesses including Ammon. Nobody knows where they took him. They may be taking him to get the bullet out. They have been trying to get it out for weeks and Ryan has been refusing to allow them. Who can we call to put a stop to this? Can someone in Portland go down there? Please start making phone calls this is not ok. Call the jail and see if we can get them to tell us where he was taken. Call all the hospitals in the area OSU....I think there is one named providence?? Please post on this thread any info you get from any phone calls.
Angie Huntington Bundy
Dave H. Bundy
Angie Huntington Bundy
Dave H. Bundy
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Angie Huntington Bundy
Ammon Bundy from Jail reports what took place from eye witness's. Follow link.
Ryan is at Multnomah county jail in Solitary Confinement ... he was beat up this morning. He was pushed down the stairs and then had 3 officers on him.
He has the bullet in his arm still. He did not resist arrest.
He simply asked him this morning where he was going and they deemed that is him resisting arrest. He will be putting out a statement shortly.
The whole meeting today was about the bullet it was not about the Nevada case contrary to what the media reported.
Angie Huntington Bundy
He has the name of two other witnesses who watched this happen.
Ammon said Ryan did not refuse to go to a hearing.
He went to the hearing last week.
Ammon said remember what this is about.
This is about the prosecution wanting that bullet in his shoulder and Ryan refusing to allow them.
Ammon said he tried to fill out a kyte form to explain what Ammon saw, demand answers, and report abuse and the guard wouldn't let Ammon fill out a kyte.
Ammon also said at 6am this morning after they beat Ryan up and took him from the cell Ammon and two other witnesses watched them bring a garbage can over and start throwing away Ryan's stuff.
Ryan is his own attorney and keeps his legal documents in his cell. Keep in mind trial is in 4 weeks.
Call the jail and demand that they allow Ryan to call his wife and tell her exactly what happened today and let her know he is ok.
Ammon also said he got the names of the guards who were involved in all of this this morning. He doesn't want to release the names publicly right now but we do have them written down.
Jail is saying that to or from the courthouse Ryan got into it with one of the deputies so they put him in solitary.
Interestingly enough Kelli was told that he refused to go to court LAST WEEK so they put him in solitary.
Which is it??
Just some history on these harassments with Ryan.
2 surgeons refused to the prosecution to remove the bullets from Ryan's shoulder.
Word is that they have now found one willing and so they are trying to jump through loops to remove the bullet asap.
UPDATE: Ryan's standby attorney Lisa said that she thinks they took him to a meeting.
She isn't sure why they ganged up on him and beat him in the process or even what the meeting is for.
She is trying to find out more info.
Mona drove to OSU hospital and he is not there.
Please share! Ammon just called and said Ryan was just beaten up by 5 US Marshals.
They slammed his head into the floor and dragged him out and bagged up all his stuff.
There were several witnesses including Ammon.
Nobody knows where they took him.
They may be taking him to get the bullet out.
They have been trying to get it out for weeks and Ryan has been refusing to allow them.
Who can we call to put a stop to this?
Can someone in Portland go down there?
Please start making phone calls this is not ok.
Call the jail and see if we can get them to tell us where he was taken.
Call all the hospitals in the area OSU....
I think there is one named providence??
Please post on this thread any info you get from any phone calls.
Angie Huntington Bundy
Dave H. Bundy
Here is the head of the US Marshal service in Portland
U.S. Marshal: Russel Burger
Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse
1000 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Room 401
Portland, OR 97204
People we are once again being lied too! Call and demand answers!!!
Kelli Stewart Deborah Sue Venetucci Michele Fiore Gavin Seim
All of this for what reason???? What did these men do that was so terrible? They educated people, uncovered a whole lot of corruption, and cleaned a building out in the middle of nowhere.
So, it totally makes sense that they should be treated worse than rapists and murderers...no bail for them because they are so dangerous... Where is there any evidence of that???
When they were being ambushed and shot at, no one shot back. I'm sorry, but all of this just seems so horribly wrong to me.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (THE DOJ)
For Profit Corporation
DUN and BRADSTREET # 011669674
LORETTA E. LYNCH
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
PROPOSED TERMS AND CONDITIONS
i am in receipt of your offer to cut into my flesh and take/carry away an item in [my] possession. For the suggested transaction to take place without conditions would require a great amount of trust on [my] behalf but no trust on behalf of THE DOJ.
It has been implied that you represent a different branch of THE DOJ that unjustly ended the life of [my] dear friend [cf lavoy finnicum], unjustly attempted to prematurely end the live(s) of [myself, cf ryan bundy], [cf shawna cox], [cf ryan payne], [cf victoria sharp]. I do not have full faith that you have clean hands in these matters, as you are part of the body that committed these crimes against your fellow mankind.
It has come to [my] attention recently that three (3) of the nurses, that were employed, and possibly on shift, at the Harney County Hospital at the time [cf lavoy finnicum] was brought in to the hospital, are now “suspiciously” deceased. This causes [myself] and all mankind deep grief and grave concerns regarding your trustworthiness. One must not think hard to conclude that any man or woman, involved in your proposed “removal” of evidence from [my] custody, may find themselves to be in grave danger shortly after their participation in this proposed “removal”.
With this in mind i require you to act in good faith and fulfill the following conditions prior to [me] consenting to the proposed “removal”:
1. THE DOJ agrees to propose a chain of custody, with regards to item [my property] to be removed, from the physician to the final destination, the forensic scientist of [my] choosing. The proposed list must be approved by [me, cf ryan bundy].
2. THE DOJ agrees to a thorough background-check, conducted and produced by an independent criminal investigator, of [my] choosing, on each man or woman on the proposed chain of custody.
3. THE DOJ must provide a $90,000,000.00 policy/account/bond on the life and liberty of each, any and all man or woman on the proposed chain of custody of the item [my property] proposed to be removed.
4. THE DOJ agrees that i [cf ryan bundy] am the trustee of these policy(s)/account(s)/bond(s), with the authority to release, at [my] discretion, at any time to the immediate “family” members, the beneficiaries, if the life or liberty of the principal is impaired in any form or fashion.
5. THE DOJ agrees to bear full liability for the continued life and liberty of each man or woman on the proposed chain of custody of the item [my property] removed, for a period of time no less than ten (10) years.
6. THE DOJ agrees to release 100% of the $90,000,000.00 policy/account/bond if for any reason the life or liberty, of each man or woman on the proposed chain of custody of the item [my property] removed, ceases to continue or is altered in any way shape or form for a period of time no less than ten (10) years.
7. THE DOJ agrees, as an act of good faith, to release, without condition, from capture a/k/a jail, the mind, [body] and spirit of the man, the creation(s) of God:
(a) [cf ryan bundy] to prepare for September 7, 2016
(b) [cf ammon bundy] to prepare for September 7, 2016
(c) [cf david fry] to prepare for September 7, 2016
(d) [cf melvin bundy] to prepare for September 7, 2016
(e) [cf dave bundy] to prepare for September 7, 2016
(f) [cf travis cox] to prepare for September 7, 2016
(g) [cf peter santilli] to prepare for September 7, 2016
8. THE DOJ agrees to the following being present, as [my] witness, from start to finish of removal:
(a) [cf angela bundy]
(b) LISA LUDWIG
(c) Videographer of [my] choosing
(d) Any and all [my] advisors
(e) A criminal investigator of [my] choosing
9. THE DOJ agrees to pay all medical cost of the removal procedure in addition to any and all travel expenses of [my] witnesses.
10. THE DOJ agrees the item to be removed is [my] property
11. THE DOJ agrees to pay [cf angela bundy] $1,000,000.00 fair and just compensation for the damage to [her] private trust property [cf ryan bundy], and is to be paid to [cf angela bundy] prior to scheduling procedure.
12. THE DOJ agrees that [my] property, the item to be removed, is [my] property and will merely be on loan to THE DOJ for the limited and sole purpose of transportation to [my] chosen forensic scientist.
13. THE DOJ agrees that [my] property, the item proposed to be removed, is to be returned to [my] possession within fourteen (14) days.
14. THE DOJ agrees that the procedure is valued at $6,300,000.00 and is to be paid to I, as equal substance, prior to the scheduling of the procedure.
15. THE DOJ agrees that the payment of $6,300,000.00 is for the proposed procedure only and does not in any way relieve THE DOJ, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, (any) SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL MARSHALLS SERVICE, (any) STATE PATROL, or any man or woman in their private capacity, who participated in the wrongdoing which lead to this item being forced into [my] flesh, of liability arising from civil or criminal charges being brought against them; nor does it relieve any of the mentioned from future liability as can be expected (long term damage).
16. THE DOJ agrees the burden of liability must not come from the fruits of the labor of we the people, but rather from the fruit of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA’s own labors and profits, as it is a for profit corporation.
17. THE DOJ agrees that only i, and without question or argument, will determine in the future what symptoms are related back to this procedure.
18. THE DOJ agrees that the attending physician is to confer solely with [cf angela bundy] regarding any matters medical (ie medications during and after procedure) and THE DOJ agrees to abide with all privacy regulations and at no time is THE DOJ to give medical advice.
19. THE DOJ agrees that the procedure will not include any sedation of the mind, nor mind altering drugs or sleep inducing medications; I am to stay alert, aware, awake, conscious and uncompromised throughout procedure.
Let [me] be clear:
Terms and conditions numbers 1-6 are NOT NEGOTIABLE as there is no reasonable expectancy that your agency, who has dirty hands, can assure the safety of innocent lives without being held liable prior to their participation in this event.
Term and condition number 7 is NOT NEGOTIABLE as you currently act in bad faith by unlawfully caging your fellowman without recourse. You are doing so to ensure that each man listed is handicapped in such a way that you stand a chance of winning a matter you otherwise could not win without your cheating ways. You have no desire for a fair trial on September 7, 2016.
Term and condition number 8 is NOT NEGOTIABLE as you have attempted and achieved murder, and i do not trust you.
Terms and conditions 9-19 are NOT NEGOTIABLE as you are dishonorable, and I do not trust your right hand to investigate your left hand.
NOTICE: These terms and conditions are not meant to be misconstrued as anything other than a message to YOU that YOU have taken enough without bringing equal substance. I will thank you and your agency for acting honorably toward [me] during this procedure, as I am an honorable man. Your silence is acceptance to [my] terms and conditions.
NOTICE TO THE PRINCIPLE IS NOTICE TO THE AGENT; NOTICE TO THE AGENT IS NOTICE TO THE PRINCIPLE
ryan c bundy;
man; all right reserve;
exempt from levy