Bundy case defendant seeks identity of undercover FBI agent

Deb Jordan – IMPORTANT – BUNDY RANCH STAR WITNESS IS FBI AGENT
Attorneys are quick to point out the AGENT’S NAME used in court documents is a pseudonym, so don’t be fooled into thinking the AGENT is a man, however they suspect that it is.

The Prosecution says the AGENT does not live or work in the District of Nevada and works solely in a undercover capacity.
The person is a AGENT not an INFORMANT.

The person in question WOULD NOT have a criminal history.

This person would have probably been physically fit, possibly bragged about a Military or Law Enforcement background, and gotten very close to the family and other protestors in order to gather information.

It is EXTREMELY possible this person is or was a member of a III%, MILITIA, OATHKEEPER, or BORDER PATROL ORGANIZATION.

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Tier 3 Bundy Ranch Defendants Submit Jury Selection Questions

DEFENDANT’S JOINT PROPOSED VOIR DIRE
COMES NOW the defendants, ERIC PARKER, by and through his attorney of record, JESS R. MARCHESE, ESQ., STEVEN STEWART, by and through his attorney of record, RICHARD TANASI, ESQ., O. SCOTT DREXLER, by and through his attorney of record, TODD LEVENTHAL, ESQ., RICHARD LOVELEIN, by and through his attorney of record, SHAWN PEREZ, ESQ., GREGORY BURLESON, by through his attorney of record, TERRANCE JACKSON, ESQ., TODD ENGEL, by and through his attorney of record, JOHN GEORGE, ESQ., hereby file their joint proposed voir dire.

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Conservatives pursue ally in Donald Trump in Western land disputes

SALT LAKE CITY — Conservatives who have long complained about the government’s control of vast Western lands hope they will have a new ally in President-elect Donald Trump, who has sent mixed signals about how he might manage land and whether he would relinquish federal authority over millions of acres.

Trump has pledged to honor Theodore Roosevelt’s tradition of conservation in the West, with its expansive deserts, snow-capped mountain ranges and red-rock canyons. But he has also said he will “unleash” energy production there and has railed against “faceless, nameless bureaucrats” in land-management agencies.Dozens of demands for land handovers have surfaced in Western state legislatures in recent years, and more are sure to be offered in Congress during the Trump administration.

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