Tag Archives: Range

Update in the Second Oregon Standoff Trial

  The Second Oregon Standoff Trial has now gone to the jury — at least the felony conspiracy and firearms charges.  Judge Anna Brown refused to allow the jury to…

Defense Out-scoring Prosecution in First Bundy Nevada Trial?

  According to John L. Smith, this week at the Nevada Bundy trial belongs to the defense.  REPOSTED FROM NEVADA PUBLIC RADIO John L. Smith has been camping out at…

Response to PLC’s & Its Lawyers’ Attack on the Range Allotment Owners Association — by Tim K. Smith

  PLC and Legal Community Comment on the Range Allotment Owners Association [Please refer to the added,  numbered and underlined phrases addressed in the comments listed below] WASHINGTON (Feb. 20,…

BLM Special Agent Dan Love Subject of Yet Another Congressional Inquiry

  “As a federal law enforcement officer, Love’s actions have the potential to not only taint your investigation, but to seriously undermine the trust in BLM’s law enforcement office and…

Federal Government Continues to Chase Its Tail in the Bundy Trials

  Unlike the Oregon Standoff case, where the vast majority of defendants were released from pre-trial custody, in the Nevada case (which many consider to be an even weaker government…

Bundy Supporters & Anti-Bundy Protestors Clash at Beginning of Trial in Las Vegas

  Kieran Suckling, executive director of the Center for Biological Diversity, and environmental activist organization, leads Anti-Bundy protests in Las Vegas as the first Bunkerville trial begins. By JENNY WILSON…

Major, Earth-shaking Developments in the Upcoming Bunkerville Trial(s)?

Agent in charge at Bunkerville, Nev., standoff is implicated in Burning Man investigation (Photo: John Locher/AP) According to a hot-off-the-press story in The Arizona Republic, An investigation accusing a federal…