12 More Indicted in 2014 Bundy Ranch Seige in Nevada

March 5, 2016 in News by RBN Staff


Buckle up Patriots! It’s getting real out there. For taking a stand against corrupt DC government that has usurped its authority when it comes to land in the West, patriots are being rounded up on trumped up charges, and on Thursday, 12 more patriots were been indicted.

Back in February we reported on the sources that were claiming that there was a total of 68 warrants issued for patriots who stood alongside Cliven Bundy and his family in Nevada in 2014 against the Bureau of Land Management due to constitutional issues regarding land ownership. Many thought that escapade was over and done with since the standoff in Oregon had taken place. However, the DC thugs have determined to trump up charges on US patriots who stood for the Constitution and against the criminals out of Washington, DC. What did they get for their efforts? They have been arrested and indicted on numerous charges while those who actually committed crimes against the people are left to continue terrorizing other ranchers in the West and Mid-West.

On Thursday, I reported that a member of the Bundy family, as well as a veteran who is a Trump campaign official were arrested in this FBI shakedown of patriots. I also had confirmation of at least three more arrests at the time.

Today, it is being reported that more arrests were made.

According to ABC, Carol Bundy confirms that along with her husband Cliven, and her sons Ammon and Ryan, Melvin and David Bundy are also in custody.

“I truly believe this is showing the federal government thinks they have unlimited power over we the people,” Carol Bundy told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. “What kind of government do we have?”

“This is going to be won in the court of public opinion,” she added. “When we the people make a stand, that’s when we’ll win.”

These men were among 16 defendants who pleaded not guilty to the federal conspiracy charges laid against them. Among the charges are conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States; threatening a federal law enforcement officer; obstruction of justice; attempting to impede or injure a federal law enforcement officer; and several firearms charges. A total of 25 people have been charged in the occupation so far.

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