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Federal Prosecutors in Nevada are asking a federal judge to reconsider her dismissal of charges against Cliven Bundy, his sons Ammon and Ryan Bundy and supporter Ryan Payne in their 2014 armed standoff over cattle grazing, arguing that her ruling was erroneous, ''unwarranted and unjust.'' They said ...
That's why it was so disturbing to see a sitting state senator, Jennifer Fielder, welcome Cliven Bundy to our state and speak alongside him in Paradise recently. Much of America watched four years ago as Bundy and a posse of vigilantes pointed guns at public servants who manage public land. Bundy had ...

Cliven Bundy is a free man. His cattle are still wreaking havoc across the Mojave Desert. Earlier this month, a federal judge dismissed all charges against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and two of his sons for allegedly organizing an armed standoff against the Bureau of Land Management in 2014.
Lifelong Southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, recently cleared of federal charges and freed from jail after nearly two years, has turned his sights on state and county government. In a lawsuit filed Thursday in Clark County District Court, Bundy claimed that former President Barack Obama's late 2016 ...
The fringe element that wants to steal our shared national heritage--the lands and waters and fish and wildlife owned by us, the American people--is coming to Montana. On Saturday, January 20, public lands abuser Cliven Bundy spoke at an anti-public lands gathering in Paradise, Mont. A group with ties ...
But weeks into the trial, Navarro said government lawyers had withheld at least six pieces of information that could have assisted the defense, including evidence of federal snipers near the Bundy home and reports that indicated that "the likelihood of violence from Cliven Bundy is minimal." Under a 1963 ...

Many in the audience held video cameras or cell phones aloft to capture one of Cliven Bundy's first public appearances since his release from jail last month. Bundy gained national attention in 2014 for leading an armed standoff with federal agents in Nevada over his refusal to pay public land grazing fees.
Cliven Bundy was fresh out of jail, and so the nation's most controversial rancher strode into the frontier town of Paradise and called on hundreds of supporters -- a sea of cattlemen, timber workers and star-struck children -- to follow in his footsteps. "Go and read your Constitution," he said, telling the crowd ...
"Go and read your Constitution and start acting like you're a sovereign state," Cliven Bundy told the crowd Saturday after receiving a standing ovation, The Missoulian reported. He reiterated his belief that the federal government has no legal control over public lands, including thousands of acres in Nevada ...
Cliven Bundy walks into the historic Old Paradise school Gym in Paradise before a program in which he was the featured speaker on Saturday. ... on his suit jacket, Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy walked into the historic Old Paradise School Gym on Saturday night to wild applause from a crowd of nearly ...
It became an iconic symbol of the armedstandoff with federal agents at Cliven Bundy's ranch. Parker was tried twice on several federal charges along with other defendants. In the first verdict, the jury found some other defendants guilty on some counts, found Parker and others not guilty of two counts of ...
Cliven Bundy, the Nevada cattle rancher famous for his standoff with the Bureau of Land Management in 2014, is slated to speak at an event in Sanders County Jan. 20 in one of his first public appearances since he was released from prison earlier this month. The event, titled "Freedom and Property," is ...
They're calling it: "Freedom and Property: Cliven Bundy's Story." "Our goal is to bring to light the atrocities that have happened to people in western lands through the outreach of government agencies," says Roxanna Ryan, co-chair of COWPO. The Bundy family gained national attention in 2014, when ...
Two weeks after the charges against him were dropped, Nevada rancher and anti-government activist Cliven Bundy will speak in Paradise. Bundy drew national attention in spring 2014, when, after years of refusing to pay cattle grazing fees on federal land, he led an armed protest against Bureau of Land ...
It looks as though Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher who was once accused of leading an armed standoff against federal and state agents over unpaid grazing fees, will speak in Sanders County northwest of Missoula on Saturday for a presentation called "Freedom and Property" along with others who ...
Inside the dimly lighted law office, there weren't enough seats. A receptionist went to a back room and found a few more chairs. On a small, sunken couch by the window, three people scrunched together. Of the nearly 30 people there, many stood. After about 30 minutes, Cliven Bundy emerged through the ...
Federal judge Gloria Navarro slammed the FBI and Justice Department on Monday, Jan. 8, for "outrageous" abuses and "flagrant misconduct" in the prosecution of Cliven Bundy and sons, the Nevada ranchers who spurred a high-profile standoff with the FBI and Bureau of Land Management in 2014.

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy on Wednesday again claimed that states hold authority over federal land in the West. He also defended the armed 2014 standoff over grazing fees that resulted in a trial, which ended this week with the high-profile case being dismissed. Bundy, 71, was accused along with his ...
Cliven Bundy would not pay grazing fees, arguing the land belongs to the state and not the US government. The government says he owes more than $1 million in fines. "I am going to protect my rights," he said Wednesday. Bundy, using a microphone attached to a bullhorn, then said he was also protecting ...
"Today was the hearing to determine if the mistrial of the court was with prejudice or without prejudice, and Judge Gloria Navarro dismissed the case with prejudice, meaning that the US Attorney's Office could not bring the case against Cliven Bundy back," Whipple said Thursday. Navarro had released ...
"Today was the hearing to determine if the mistrial of the court was with prejudice or without prejudice, and Judge Gloria Navarro dismissed the case with prejudice, meaning that the US Attorney's Office could not bring the case against Cliven Bundy back," Whipple said Thursday. Navarro had released ...
The judge is considering a motion to dismiss the case against 71-year-old Cliven Bundy and his co-defendant sons, Ryan and Ammon, based partly on what she has called the "wilfull" failure of prosecutors to be forthcoming with the defense, potentially in violation of the Bundy's civil rights. "To the Bundys ...
Carol Bundy, from left, Ammon Bundy, Ryan Payne, Jeanette Finicum, Ryan Bundy, his wife, Angie, and his daughter, Jamie, walk out of the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017, after a mistrial was declared in the Bunkerville standoff case involving rancher Cliven Bundy. K.M. Cannon ...
If the mistrial order is accompanied by a "without prejudice" ruling, Cliven Bundy, his sons Ammon and Ryan Bundy and Montana militiaman Ryan Payne will return to a Las Vegas courtroom next month for another jury trial. The withheld FBI reports that triggered the mistrial detail the FBI's use of a remotely ...
On Wednesday, a federal judge in Nevada declared a mistrial in the prosecution of Cliven Bundy, his sons Ryan and Ammon, and family supporter Ryan Payne, over charges related to their armed standoff with federal officials in 2014. The government had failed to disclose pertinent evidence to defense ...
On the November day when the trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy was supposed to start in Las Vegas, I met a man outside the courtroom named Doug Knowles. A Bundy supporter who had been covering the proceedings for a conservative website, Knowles confidently assured me, "This case is never ...
Las Vegas (Reuters) - A federal judge on Wednesday declared a mistrial in the criminal case of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who led a 2014 armed standoff with U.S. government agents in ... Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy led a 2014 armed standoff with U.S. government agents in a range-land dispute.
But Navarro delayed the start of Cliven Bundy's trial last month after newly revealed evidence indicated FBI snipers were positioned around the ranch along with video surveillance. prosecutors have long maintained the FBI was not involved in the standoff and that no video surveillance or sniper teams ...
Ammon Bundy leaves the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, in Las Vegas. A federal judge in Las Vegas raised the prospect of a mistrial Monday for four main defendants, including Cliven Bundy, in the Bunkerville standoff case. Bizuayehu Tesfaye Las Vegas Review-Journal @ ...
Federal Prosecutors are asking a judge to reconsider the dismissal of the criminal case against a Nevada rancher who led a 2014 armed standoff with government agents. Dayle Elieson, the interim U.S. Attorney in Nevada, wrote in a court filing Wednesday that states' rights activist Cliven Bundy and his ...
Cliven Bundy, along with two sons and militia leader Ryan Payne, finally went to trial last October for their roles in the 2014 standoff in Bunkerville. As the trial progressed, the court became aware that the prosecution team had failed to produce several pieces of potentially exculpatory evidence to the ...
Supporters cheered Monday as Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy hugged his wife, Angie, and walked out of the Las Vegas court a free man. Bundy and his sons, Ammon and Ryan, had been charged with felony counts of carrying and using a firearm, engaging in conspiracy and threatening a federal officer ...
Cliven Bundy would not pay grazing fees, arguing the land belongs to the state and not the US government. The government says he owes more than $1 million in fines. "I am going to protect my rights," he said Wednesday. Bundy, using a microphone attached to a bullhorn, then said he was also protecting ...
prosecutors on Friday urged a federal judge to allow them to retry Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy, his two sons and a fourth man, arguing that any failure to provide evidence to the defense in the last trial was simply "inadvertent'' or because they reasonably believed the law didn't require them to share the ...
Cliven Bundy's gripes are nothing new. Westerners with similar attitudes have engaged in low-level warfare against the federal government for ...
Las Vegas -- Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has spent the last 21 months in federal custody, but his cattle remain home on the range, grazing ...
The federal conspiracy trial against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy is hitting right at the heart of the country's divide over information and truth.
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his sons repeatedly violated court orders to remove their cattle from public land while inciting and escalating ...
Las Vegas -- A judge declined Thursday to release Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy days before trial, concerned he still doesn't recognize ...
A judge denied a motion to dismiss the federal case against Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and Montana independent ...
Las Vegas -- The trial against Cliven Bundy and his sons was delayed Tuesday morning over questions about whether the government ...
The start of trial for Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, two sons and another defendant will be delayed at least a week over questions about ...
Las Vegas -- When Cliven Bundy refused to hand over his trespassing cattle to officials in 2014, he inspired an armed standoff that ...
jury selection ended this week in the trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy. It's the latest chapter in his long-running Saga of conflict with the ...
jury selection began Monday in the criminal trial of Cliven Bundy, his two sons and a supporter on felony charges related to their armed ...
Cliven Bundy is finally set to face a federal jury. Bundy is the recalcitrant Nevada rancher who has refused to recognize the U.S. government's ...
rancher Cliven Bundy is shown at an event near his ranch in Bunkerville on April 11, 2015. (David Becker/Las Vegas Review-Journal).
Marie Ries, center, marches with other supporters of defendants associated with Cliven Bundy's armed resistance against federal agents in ...
Another is that they can be unpredictable. For instance, the Bureau of Land Management allowed Cliven Bundy to graze his cattle illegally for ...
A federal judge in Las Vegas on Friday will consider a motion to delay the start of next week's high profile trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy ...
Federal Prosecutors in Nevada are asking a federal judge to reconsider her dismissal of charges against Cliven Bundy, his sons Ammon and Ryan Bundy and supporter Ryan Payne in their 2014 armed standoff over cattle grazing, arguing that her ruling was erroneous, ''unwarranted and unjust.'' They said ...
That's why it was so disturbing to see a sitting state senator, Jennifer Fielder, welcome Cliven Bundy to our state and speak alongside him in Paradise recently. Much of America watched four years ago as Bundy and a posse of vigilantes pointed guns at public servants who manage public land. Bundy had ...

Cliven Bundy is a free man. His cattle are still wreaking havoc across the Mojave Desert. Earlier this month, a federal judge dismissed all charges against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and two of his sons for allegedly organizing an armed standoff against the Bureau of Land Management in 2014.
Lifelong Southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, recently cleared of federal charges and freed from jail after nearly two years, has turned his sights on state and county government. In a lawsuit filed Thursday in Clark County District Court, Bundy claimed that former President Barack Obama's late 2016 ...
The fringe element that wants to steal our shared national heritage--the lands and waters and fish and wildlife owned by us, the American people--is coming to Montana. On Saturday, January 20, public lands abuser Cliven Bundy spoke at an anti-public lands gathering in Paradise, Mont. A group with ties ...
But weeks into the trial, Navarro said government lawyers had withheld at least six pieces of information that could have assisted the defense, including evidence of federal snipers near the Bundy home and reports that indicated that "the likelihood of violence from Cliven Bundy is minimal." Under a 1963 ...

Many in the audience held video cameras or cell phones aloft to capture one of Cliven Bundy's first public appearances since his release from jail last month. Bundy gained national attention in 2014 for leading an armed standoff with federal agents in Nevada over his refusal to pay public land grazing fees.
Cliven Bundy was fresh out of jail, and so the nation's most controversial rancher strode into the frontier town of Paradise and called on hundreds of supporters -- a sea of cattlemen, timber workers and star-struck children -- to follow in his footsteps. "Go and read your Constitution," he said, telling the crowd ...
"Go and read your Constitution and start acting like you're a sovereign state," Cliven Bundy told the crowd Saturday after receiving a standing ovation, The Missoulian reported. He reiterated his belief that the federal government has no legal control over public lands, including thousands of acres in Nevada ...
Cliven Bundy walks into the historic Old Paradise school Gym in Paradise before a program in which he was the featured speaker on Saturday. ... on his suit jacket, Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy walked into the historic Old Paradise School Gym on Saturday night to wild applause from a crowd of nearly ...
It became an iconic symbol of the armedstandoff with federal agents at Cliven Bundy's ranch. Parker was tried twice on several federal charges along with other defendants. In the first verdict, the jury found some other defendants guilty on some counts, found Parker and others not guilty of two counts of ...
Cliven Bundy, the Nevada cattle rancher famous for his standoff with the Bureau of Land Management in 2014, is slated to speak at an event in Sanders County Jan. 20 in one of his first public appearances since he was released from prison earlier this month. The event, titled "Freedom and Property," is ...
They're calling it: "Freedom and Property: Cliven Bundy's Story." "Our goal is to bring to light the atrocities that have happened to people in western lands through the outreach of government agencies," says Roxanna Ryan, co-chair of COWPO. The Bundy family gained national attention in 2014, when ...
Two weeks after the charges against him were dropped, Nevada rancher and anti-government activist Cliven Bundy will speak in Paradise. Bundy drew national attention in spring 2014, when, after years of refusing to pay cattle grazing fees on federal land, he led an armed protest against Bureau of Land ...
It looks as though Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher who was once accused of leading an armed standoff against federal and state agents over unpaid grazing fees, will speak in Sanders County northwest of Missoula on Saturday for a presentation called "Freedom and Property" along with others who ...
Inside the dimly lighted law office, there weren't enough seats. A receptionist went to a back room and found a few more chairs. On a small, sunken couch by the window, three people scrunched together. Of the nearly 30 people there, many stood. After about 30 minutes, Cliven Bundy emerged through the ...
Federal judge Gloria Navarro slammed the FBI and Justice Department on Monday, Jan. 8, for "outrageous" abuses and "flagrant misconduct" in the prosecution of Cliven Bundy and sons, the Nevada ranchers who spurred a high-profile standoff with the FBI and Bureau of Land Management in 2014.

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy on Wednesday again claimed that states hold authority over federal land in the West. He also defended the armed 2014 standoff over grazing fees that resulted in a trial, which ended this week with the high-profile case being dismissed. Bundy, 71, was accused along with his ...
Cliven Bundy would not pay grazing fees, arguing the land belongs to the state and not the US government. The government says he owes more than $1 million in fines. "I am going to protect my rights," he said Wednesday. Bundy, using a microphone attached to a bullhorn, then said he was also protecting ...
"Today was the hearing to determine if the mistrial of the court was with prejudice or without prejudice, and Judge Gloria Navarro dismissed the case with prejudice, meaning that the US Attorney's Office could not bring the case against Cliven Bundy back," Whipple said Thursday. Navarro had released ...
"Today was the hearing to determine if the mistrial of the court was with prejudice or without prejudice, and Judge Gloria Navarro dismissed the case with prejudice, meaning that the US Attorney's Office could not bring the case against Cliven Bundy back," Whipple said Thursday. Navarro had released ...
The judge is considering a motion to dismiss the case against 71-year-old Cliven Bundy and his co-defendant sons, Ryan and Ammon, based partly on what she has called the "wilfull" failure of prosecutors to be forthcoming with the defense, potentially in violation of the Bundy's civil rights. "To the Bundys ...
Carol Bundy, from left, Ammon Bundy, Ryan Payne, Jeanette Finicum, Ryan Bundy, his wife, Angie, and his daughter, Jamie, walk out of the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017, after a mistrial was declared in the Bunkerville standoff case involving rancher Cliven Bundy. K.M. Cannon ...
If the mistrial order is accompanied by a "without prejudice" ruling, Cliven Bundy, his sons Ammon and Ryan Bundy and Montana militiaman Ryan Payne will return to a Las Vegas courtroom next month for another jury trial. The withheld FBI reports that triggered the mistrial detail the FBI's use of a remotely ...
On Wednesday, a federal judge in Nevada declared a mistrial in the prosecution of Cliven Bundy, his sons Ryan and Ammon, and family supporter Ryan Payne, over charges related to their armed standoff with federal officials in 2014. The government had failed to disclose pertinent evidence to defense ...
On the November day when the trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy was supposed to start in Las Vegas, I met a man outside the courtroom named Doug Knowles. A Bundy supporter who had been covering the proceedings for a conservative website, Knowles confidently assured me, "This case is never ...
Las Vegas (Reuters) - A federal judge on Wednesday declared a mistrial in the criminal case of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who led a 2014 armed standoff with U.S. government agents in ... Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy led a 2014 armed standoff with U.S. government agents in a range-land dispute.
But Navarro delayed the start of Cliven Bundy's trial last month after newly revealed evidence indicated FBI snipers were positioned around the ranch along with video surveillance. prosecutors have long maintained the FBI was not involved in the standoff and that no video surveillance or sniper teams ...
Ammon Bundy leaves the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, in Las Vegas. A federal judge in Las Vegas raised the prospect of a mistrial Monday for four main defendants, including Cliven Bundy, in the Bunkerville standoff case. Bizuayehu Tesfaye Las Vegas Review-Journal @ ...
Federal Prosecutors are asking a judge to reconsider the dismissal of the criminal case against a Nevada rancher who led a 2014 armed standoff with government agents. Dayle Elieson, the interim U.S. Attorney in Nevada, wrote in a court filing Wednesday that states' rights activist Cliven Bundy and his ...
Cliven Bundy, along with two sons and militia leader Ryan Payne, finally went to trial last October for their roles in the 2014 standoff in Bunkerville. As the trial progressed, the court became aware that the prosecution team had failed to produce several pieces of potentially exculpatory evidence to the ...
Supporters cheered Monday as Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy hugged his wife, Angie, and walked out of the Las Vegas court a free man. Bundy and his sons, Ammon and Ryan, had been charged with felony counts of carrying and using a firearm, engaging in conspiracy and threatening a federal officer ...
Cliven Bundy would not pay grazing fees, arguing the land belongs to the state and not the US government. The government says he owes more than $1 million in fines. "I am going to protect my rights," he said Wednesday. Bundy, using a microphone attached to a bullhorn, then said he was also protecting ...
prosecutors on Friday urged a federal judge to allow them to retry Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy, his two sons and a fourth man, arguing that any failure to provide evidence to the defense in the last trial was simply "inadvertent'' or because they reasonably believed the law didn't require them to share the ...
Cliven Bundy's gripes are nothing new. Westerners with similar attitudes have engaged in low-level warfare against the federal government for ...
Las Vegas -- Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has spent the last 21 months in federal custody, but his cattle remain home on the range, grazing ...
The federal conspiracy trial against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy is hitting right at the heart of the country's divide over information and truth.
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his sons repeatedly violated court orders to remove their cattle from public land while inciting and escalating ...
Las Vegas -- A judge declined Thursday to release Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy days before trial, concerned he still doesn't recognize ...
A judge denied a motion to dismiss the federal case against Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and Montana independent ...
Las Vegas -- The trial against Cliven Bundy and his sons was delayed Tuesday morning over questions about whether the government ...
The start of trial for Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, two sons and another defendant will be delayed at least a week over questions about ...
Las Vegas -- When Cliven Bundy refused to hand over his trespassing cattle to officials in 2014, he inspired an armed standoff that ...
jury selection ended this week in the trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy. It's the latest chapter in his long-running Saga of conflict with the ...
jury selection began Monday in the criminal trial of Cliven Bundy, his two sons and a supporter on felony charges related to their armed ...
Cliven Bundy is finally set to face a federal jury. Bundy is the recalcitrant Nevada rancher who has refused to recognize the U.S. government's ...
rancher Cliven Bundy is shown at an event near his ranch in Bunkerville on April 11, 2015. (David Becker/Las Vegas Review-Journal).
Marie Ries, center, marches with other supporters of defendants associated with Cliven Bundy's armed resistance against federal agents in ...
Another is that they can be unpredictable. For instance, the Bureau of Land Management allowed Cliven Bundy to graze his cattle illegally for ...
A federal judge in Las Vegas on Friday will consider a motion to delay the start of next week's high profile trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy ...


 

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