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Cliven Bundy Trial - Bryan Hyde on Prosecution misconduct - 12/28/17 #Bundytrial

What the prosecution is calling “missteps” doesn’t begin to cover the wrongdoing that’s coming to light. #BundyRanch #BundyTrial Who's Next Facebook https://...

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Comment by david james on January 2, 2018 at 10:49pm

These CRIMINAL Federal Prosecutors should be; FIRED, Dis-Barred and Imprisoned. PERIOD. 15+ year sentences.

Comment by david james on January 2, 2018 at 10:39pm

What they call "missteps", the rest of Humanity calls blatent CRIMINALITY.

Comment by Randy on January 2, 2018 at 3:18am

“The Bundy’s have worked and maintained this land since 1877 (or for 130 years)”

As shown above, this has been US government property since before Bundy’s alleged ancestors began settling here.   However, it turns out that Bundy’s “1877” claims was in fact bogus.  An investigation by KLAS-TV Las Vegas reveals that Bundy’s parents moved from Arizona to Nevada and bought the 160-acre ranch in 1948, from its previous owners. The Bundy’s wouldn’t begin using this land for their cattle to graze until the 1950’s.  A recent video released by Bundy’s repeat the erroneous ancestral claim (claiming that the Bundy family owned the land for  for 130 years) .


Clark County Recorder documents show the 160-acre Bunkerville ranch Bundy calls home was purchased by his parents, David and Bodel Bundy, from Raoul and Ruth Leavitt on Jan. 5, 1948. The purchase included the transfer to the Bundys of certain water rights, including water from the nearby Virgin River. Cliven Bundy was born in 1946.

“Bundy’s great grandfather bought the rights to the Bunkerville allotment back in 1887”

This claim has been repeated numerous times but there appears to be no record of this.  Since the Bunkerville allotment is part of federal land it is unlikely that any of the Bundy’s would have ever been sold the rights.  This may actually be a conflation of the claimed “pre-emptive” rights, which some have claimed Bundy’s family to have. It would appear that this is nothing more than a subjective belief on the part of the Bundy’s, that their alleged longtime use of federal lands somehow gives them ownership.  Furthermore, given that Bundy lost numerous court battles, it’s unlikely that he in fact owns the portion of the land in question.

As an interesting aside, this is land that originally belonged to the Paiute tribes.


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