Multiple Militia Members Arrested at Bundy Ranch, Charged with Domestic Terrorism

<National Report>Mesquite, Nevada–The standoff in Nevada reached new heights this afternoon as armed federal agents began arresting militia members gathered to protest in support of Cliven Bundy.

In total, 16 protesters taking part in the rally are reportedly in custody and being held without bail on domestic terrorism charges, resisting arrest, creating a public nuisance, and trespassing.  County and city officials in the area have not yet released a statement on the arrests or the names of those arrested.  Early reports indicate that protesters were verbally and physically abused prior to being arrested. Communications have been difficult and local media outlets are scrambling for more details.

Federal agent Paul Horner, a 14-year veteran of the force, spoke with National Report by phone and had this to say:  “Under direct orders from the FBI and the DOJ, on behalf of the BLM, we have infiltrated the crowd with armed undercover agents.  The agents are collecting intel and coordinating that information with drones that are also overseeing the disturbance.  In addition, we have positively identified approximately 85% of the crowd and are running background checks for previous violations, warrants, etc.  License plate numbers of protesters are being collected and entered into the national database as well.  These right-wing extremists pose a serious threat to the safety of the operation and we have orders to make arrests and confiscate firearms.”

Don Campbell, a participant in the protest stated, ”I haven’t seen anything like it in my life.  The protesters seem to have been minding their business and those agents did not appear to be local guys.”  When asked to describe the victims, Mr. Campbell replied “two of them were middle-aged ladies and one of them appeared to be a teenage boy.  The other three were heavier set middle-aged white men.”  According to Campbell, the officers were taking turns ridiculing the victims and at one point even pepper-sprayed two of the older men before placing them in flex-tie restraints and escorting them to nearby squad cars.  Don referred to the scene as “modern-day fascism” and suggested the officers may have been federal agents sent directly from the Obama Administration in an attempt to silence opposition.

Earlier today news broke of a federal investigation by Darrell Issa into the involvement of President Obama and Harry Reid in the land grab.

Stay tuned to National Report for more on this developing story.

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The Bundy Ranch Facebook site is being ran by government disinformation agents (not family members as they claim).  They are spreading untruths in order to get more #militia members to the farm to increase arrests.  There are a lot of rumors floating around that are untrue

Local government trying to take Colorado couple’s property because it wants to

eminentdomainIt seems private property rights are under assault across the country.

Last Tuesday, Fox News reported that Andy and Ceil Barrie are battling Summit County, Colo., commissioners who want to take their mountainside property using eminent domain.  Why?  Apparently because they want to.

 

Fox News reported:

Their battle is a unique test of private property rights. Unlike in countless other cases, where local governments have used those powers to seize land to make way for a road or some economic development project, Colorado’s Summit County is using eminent domain to go after the Barries’ land simply because officials want the open space.

It’s a peaceful plot of land the Barries don’t want to part with.

It seems the property is surrounded by 2.2 million acres of White River National Forest, and is essentially an island of private property.  According to Fox, it has an old mining cabin, an outhouse and a shuttered gold mine, and, Fox added, it’s popular with hikers.

It’s also the private property of American citizens and these days, that simply won’t do.

The battle, according to Fox, is simply unbelievable:

The couple’s trouble started when the U.S. Forest Service took them to task for using a utility vehicle to drive from their main residence to their cabin. They say they never went off-road, and petitioned for the path to be declared a county road.

The county wanted to buy it, but the couple refused.

Then the county voted to condemn the property for wiring and plumbing the cabin doesn’t have.

But that wasn’t all — the county went so far as to push for eminent domain, just to preserve the open space.

But it gets worse:

The Barries’ hopes are dimming. Asked if recent mediation pointed to a way for the Barries to keep the land in the family name and avoid eminent domain, Andy Barrie responded flatly, “No, they’re taking it.”

Further, they’re concerned that should Summit County seize control of their 10-acre tract, the county will simply trade the property with the U.S. Forest Service for valuable land closer to town.

“They collude together to basically screw up their citizens. … Sooner or later, we’re going to run out of money, but we wanted to fight the good fight and let people know our story and what their government is up to,” Andy Barrie said.

In short, private property rights are under assault across the country by power-hungry elected officials who don’t care about things like freedom or the Constitution.

Check out the video report below: