Dismissed With Prejudice – NO RETRIAL!

Dismissed With Prejudice – NO RETRIAL!

UPDATED: New video from Andrea Parker. Bunkerville Trial UPDATE! 1-8-2018 – The court ruling regarding the mistrial has been released. Dismissed with prejudice! That means that Cliven Bundy, Ammon Bundy, Ryan Bundy, and Ryan Payne will not be retried and will be released shortly. (More info as it is available.) Ryan Payne still has legal obligations in Oregon.

Live from Las Vegas!

Posted by Redoubt News on Monday, January 8, 2018

 

Indictment dismissed with prejudice for Cliven Bundy Ammon Bundy Ryan Bundy and Ryan Paine

Posted by Andrea Olson-Parker on Monday, January 8, 2018

 

Full dismissal with prejudice not to be retried! Watch (at the 57 min mark) Cliven Bundy walk out of the court house UNSHACKLED after two years of wrongful incarceration. Ammon Bundy Lisa Bundy John Lamb Sarah Redd Gavin Seim Jared Green Angie Huntington Bundy Carol Bundy

Posted by Kelli Stewart on Monday, January 8, 2018

 

"By their fruits ye shall know them."

Posted by Randy Hare on Monday, January 8, 2018

 

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Comments

  1. Lee 8 January, 2018, 14:09

    Awesome! 🙂

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  2. Shadow 8 January, 2018, 14:48

    Yes… Justice Has Arrived. Praise God. Now they need to pay for the damage they did to there Ranch, loss of cows, water system ect..

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  3. Mike 8 January, 2018, 15:12

    So much winning!

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  4. zabdi 8 January, 2018, 16:53

    I just heard on the radio after work! Great news. Now how much do they all get for the time served and mistreatment?

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  5. Mike 8 January, 2018, 17:57

    Justice would be the prosecutors being indicted aaaannnd found guilty of corruption. Someone needs to pay for this deliberate railroad job.

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  6. tuxkabin 8 January, 2018, 18:20

    Yes nice to see good people win now and then, but the years damages can never be repaid.

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  7. MontanaPatriot 8 January, 2018, 18:52

    Now that a great injustice has been somewhat cleared toward the Bundys and Ryan Payne, let’s start seeking justice for LaVoy Finicum who was murdered by agents of the FBI and Oregon State Police. Justice must be served.

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  8. Tim Allen 8 January, 2018, 20:20

    Let’s enjoy this win for the good guys, but do not be fooled. The government works on “lessons learned”. Without a doubt, the globalists will make adjustments and future abuses of the constitution will be followed up with more cautious follow through. Stay alert. Stay smart.

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  9. WGP 8 January, 2018, 21:02

    This is not over. Read the article in the Las Vegas Sun:
    https://lasvegassun.com/news/2018/jan/08/us-judge-in-las-vegas-may-dismiss-ranching-standof/

    Environmental and conservation advocates worried that the dismissal of his charges would bolster “violent and racist anti-government” followers who aim to erode established parks, wildlife refuges and other public lands controlled by U.S. officials. Apparently those militant enviro groups believe it is okay for a government to unlawfully and unconstitutionally carry out such attacks on it’s citizenry, totally ignoring all the corruption from the infallible US bureaucracies. And ignoring who brought the automatic weapons to the scene. A fire cracker would have set off a Waco style massacre of unarmed civilians in the gully.

    Kieran Suckling, an official with the Center for Biological Diversity, which fought for decades to protect endangered desert tortoises on rangeland where Bundy cows graze, called the prospect of a wider audience for the states’ rights figure cause for concern.

    “Federal prosecutors clearly bungled this case and let the Bundys get away with breaking the law,” Suckling said. “The Bundys rallied a militia to mount an armed insurrection against the government. The failure of this case will only embolden this violent and racist anti-government movement that wants to take over our public lands.”

    And…Nevada’s newly appointed acting U.S. attorney, Dayle Elieson, released a one-sentence statement saying she will make a determination about whether to challenge the ruling before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Once again, we patriots who stand with the constitution are portrayed as militant enemies of the government, the same government who tramples on the constitution without pause. Just read the tone of the article.

    I extremely happy for the Bundy et al group for their freedom and victory. But we have a long way to go in bringing this nation back from 230 years of gradual and now deliberate oppression.

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    • kookooracharabioso 8 January, 2018, 22:29

      Thanks for the link. As usual Google has covered crucial content with ads that leave a big rectangle after you ask it to please go away. I have lost trust in many media due to their coverage on this. Plenty who have never been near a ranch or any kind of rural life, a copy of our Constitution, or these kind of people still whooped our heads around and paid attention cause we have been railroaded by our government and lost everything and only wish that we had the support that the Bundy family has had. Celebrate today – back to eyes wide open tomorrow.

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      • WGP 9 January, 2018, 12:26

        Yes, U.S. Cities are home to 62.7 Percent of the U.S. Population, but comprise Just 3.5 percent of our total land area. Many are clueless and it shows in the voting booth which consequently adversely effects the lives of us who live in open spaces.

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    • Nancy Oakley Author 8 January, 2018, 23:25

      The mainstream media in all it’s glory. Agenda first and always. Truth only if it fits the agenda, and it rarely does.

      The protesters were never violent, racist, or anti-government. If the feds had a valid case, they wouldn’t have had to lie, cheat, and hide/destroy evidence. They got caught doing just that.

      Yes, we have a very long way to go, starting with the guys who took plea deals, and the two who were convicted based on the same federal malfeasance.

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      • WGP 9 January, 2018, 12:31

        I would hope the president would step in and pardon everyone whose lives have been destroyed and see to it Sessions prosecutes the agency participants that unjustly have committed a crime against our innocent citizenry. Including decades of unlawful acquisition of sovereign private property.

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  10. kookooracharabioso 8 January, 2018, 22:44

    Yes of course the Bundy family deserves restitution but I would like to point out that I for one will never forget the name Bundy, Bunkerville, Lavoy Finicum or Malheur. They have made history that in the future some of their detractors may come to see in a different light.

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