April 18, 2017 by Tim Brown
The jury is now in deliberations in the first round of trials concerning the Bundy Ranch standoff of 2014. Sadly, the real criminals of the Bureau of Land Management were not on trial. The fate of six men, who have trumped up charges against them, are in the hands of a federal jury in Las Vegas.
The jury in the Bundy Ranch standoff case began deliberations. KTNV reports:
After two months of testimony and a day and a half of closing arguments, verdicts aren’t expected until next week.
One by one, most of the defendants’ supporters left the courtroom gallery on Thursday as Acting Nevada U.S. Attorney Steven Myhre (MI’-ree) finished his summation.
Myhre says the standoff wasn’t about free speech, protests or the right to have firearms.
He says it’s about a threat the six men armed with assault-style rifles posed…
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