In January, political prisoner Pete Santilli called out the misconduct of the Bureau of Land Management under the direction of Daniel P. Love at Bundy Ranch in 2014. That came just one day after government prosecutors sought to cover up the behavior of BLM agents and the unconstitutionality of the BLM in the Bundy Ranch trials. Following the release of a report from the Inspector General, which documents the misconduct of what is probably the government's star witness in the case, BLM agent Daniel P. Love, a flurry of motions were filed by the defendants on Thursday.
Guerilla Media Network's Deb Jordan posted to her Facebook on the events that took place in Nevada on Thursday.
Within the past hour or so, Cliven filed a motion in limine regarding 'Longbow Productions' with declaration by Brand Thornton, and a response to the government's motion in limine filed last week.
Also, Steven Stewart just filed a motion to dismiss on grounds that the government has just been caught covering up info regarding its star wione tness Dan Love.
Finally, a few minutes ago, Ryan Payne filed another motion to dismiss regarding the Dan Love revelations.
If something doesn't derail soon, the trials will begin and quite possibly this could be the biggest exposure of the overreach of the central government in history in a court of law. Keep in mind too that many families are traveling to Nevada and a house has been set up to care for them and their children during the trials. If you can help, here's the information to do so. Thank you in advance.
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Here are the motions that were filed by each of the men.
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