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Bundy Ranch Trial: Hung Jury in First of 3 Planned Trials for Multiple Defendants

Bundy Ranch Trial: Hung Jury in First of 3 Planned Trials for Multiple Defendants

By  William F. Jasper, Wednesday, 26 April 2017    After a deadlocked jury failed a second time on April 24 to return verdicts in the Bundy Ranch standoff case, U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro in Las Vegas, Nevada, declared a mistrial. Each of the six defendants, all out-of-state men who had traveled to Nevada in 2014 to […]

Jury Delivers Devastating Blow to the U.S. Justice Department: “Malheur 7” Not Guilty!

Jury Delivers Devastating Blow to the U.S. Justice Department: “Malheur 7” Not Guilty!

By Roger I. Roots, J.D., Ph.D. October 28, 2016 Editor’s note: Here is an opinion piece from Ammon Bundy’s adviser at the trial.   Just days ago, I reported on the federal trial of the “Malheur 7” (Ammon Bundy, Ryan Bundy, Shawna Cox, Jeff Banta, David Fry, Neil Wampler and Ken Medenbach,) in Portland, Oregon.  I was […]

Ammon Bundy, Oregon refuge standoff leaders acquitted of conspiracy, gun charges

Ammon Bundy, Oregon refuge standoff leaders acquitted of conspiracy, gun charges

All seven defendants in the Oregon standoff, including brothers Ammon and Ryan Bundy, were found not guilty Thursday by a jury in Portland in a stunning conclusion to a charged episode in the federal-lands debate. There was more drama after the verdict was announced: Ammon Bundy’s attorney Marcus Mumford was tackled to the ground by […]