The Bundy Affair – #11 – “Violence Begets Non-Violence”

The Bundy Affair – #11 – “Violence Begets Non-Violence”

Canada Free Press by Gary Hunt

Shiree Bundy Cox on the Bundy Family Allotment That Was “Bought”: BLM Background and Public Lands

 

It was on April 12, 2014, when mostly unarmed supporters gathered at the Toequap (Toquop) Wash, about 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas, between Exits 112 and 120 on Interstate Highway 15, stood down the federal government with regard to cattle been “impounded”, readied for transport, or killed.  However, since the government has brought the matter up, again, we may want to revisit some of the incidents and circumstances that led to the Unrustling of cattle by these supporters of the original American Way of Life.

It was April 6, 2014, at about 1:30 in the afternoon, when Dave Bundy had stopped to take pictures of the 20, or so, vehicles coming off a road from Gold Butte Mountain.  It was rather odd to see so many vehicles in that location, so Dave had decided to record the event[…]

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