Month: February 2016
A rancher was hunted down and shot like a rabid dog by police in conjunction with the FBI.
MAKING CAMPING IMPOSSIBLE: You must not gather wood. You must not possess glass containers. You must not dispose of human waste except in a portable toilet.
When Mary Bullock and her small group of supporting ranchers and friends didn’t immediately cave in, the FBI was at their doorstep with well-practiced intimidation tactics.
Witzel recalls seeing a birthing cow burned alive with a partially born calf burned to death as it hangs from birth canal. Burning cattle jumped to their deaths in ravens to escape the hellish torment.
“Government bureaucrats can’t figure out whether they’re landlord or king,” as they “steamroll state agencies, ride roughshod over regional water rights, and destroy environmental laws in an arrogant nullification of 200 years of constitutional history.”
The FWS has sought to try the tribes in the court of public opinion, while doing everything in their power to sabotage the co-management relationship behind the scenes.
The BLM attempted to destroy the Hage family’s livelihood because he asserted his rights to the land which his family held since the late 19th century.
For years the BLM has been violating their own federal laws and regulations, which in turn has hurt the economy, and the citizens that they are suppose to be serving.
Intentionally shooting someone else’s livestock is a crime — a felony. Doing it to make a political statement and intimidate the owners might be considered terrorism.
Ranches in several parts of the county lost private timber, grazing grounds, hay, barns and equipment to federal agency backburning that ranchers opposed.