Robertson’s second trial resulted in his conviction on charges of violating EPA regulations. In what is becoming another increasingly common corruption of the Constitution, the guilty verdict forced Robertson out of his home and into a trailer because his wife keeps a gun safe in their home and, as a convicted felon, he is not allowed to have access to firearms!
Mr. Robertson did not harm the environment, he actually improved it. However, the government did not control these actions, and therefore, seems intent on sending that message.
But critics of the cancellation said the unilateral move by a federal agency puts all such leases at risk.
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.