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4/13/2014 6:00:00 AM
Nevada public land cattle roundup called off

(AP) - Federal land managers abruptly ended the roundup of cattle on public land in southern Nevada owned by a rancher who has refused to recognize their authority, citing a "serious concern" for the safety of employees and the public.

Bureau of Land Management chief Neil Kornze made the announcement Saturday morning as hundreds of people, including militia members, gathered near the roundup area to protest the removal of hundreds of Cliven Bundy's cattle.

The bureau also will release 100 of the seized cattle under a deal announced after protesters, some of them armed with handguns and rifles, headed for a corral outside Mesquite in an attempt to free all of the seized cattle, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. The bureau did not immediately return calls to The Associated Press.

The fight between Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management has widened into a debate about states' rights and federal land-use policy. The bureau revoked Bundy's grazing rights after he stopped paying grazing fees and disregarded federal court orders to remove his animals.

Kornze's announcement came after Bundy repeatedly promised to "do whatever it takes" to protect his property and after a string of raucous confrontations between federal agents and his family members and supporters during the weeklong operation.

"Based on information about conditions on the ground and in consultation with law enforcement, we have made a decision to conclude the cattle gather because of our serious concerns about the safety of employees and members of the public," Kornze said in a statement.

Bundy did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval issued a statement praising the agency for its willingness to listen to the state's concerns. He earlier criticized the agency for creating "an atmosphere of intimidation" and trying to confine protesters to a fenced-in "First Amendment area" well away from the sprawling roundup area.

"The safety of all individuals involved in this matter has been my highest priority," he said. "Given the circumstances, today's outcome is the best we could have hoped for."

Nevada's congressional delegation urged the protesters to be calm and to leave the area.

"The dispute is over, the BLM is leaving, but emotions and tensions are still near the boiling point, and we desperately need a peaceful conclusion to this conflict," U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., said in a statement. "I urge all the people involved to please return to your homes and allow the BLM officers to collect their equipment and depart without interference."

Some 400 cows were gathered during the roundup that began a week ago, short of the BLM's goal of 900 cows that it says have been trespassing on U.S. land without required grazing permits for over 20 years.

Bundy, 67, doesn't recognize federal authority on land he insists belongs to Nevada. His Mormon family has operated a ranch since the 1870s near the tiny town of Bunkerville and the Utah and Arizona lines.

"Good morning America, good morning world, isn't it a beautiful day in Bunkerville?" Bundy told a cheering crowd after Saturday's announcements were made, according to the Review-Journal.

The crowd protesting Saturday recited the pledge of allegiance, and many offered prayers. Others waved placards reading, "This land is your land," and "We teach our children not to bully. How do we teach our government not to be big bullies?" according to the Review-Journal.

It's the latest skirmish since the 1980s when the Sagebrush Rebellion challenged federal ownership of Nevada rangeland ranchers said was rightfully theirs.

A federal judge in Las Vegas first ordered Bundy to remove his trespassing cattle in 1998. The bureau was implementing two federal court orders last year to remove Bundy's cattle after making repeated efforts to resolve the matter outside court, Kornze said, adding the rancher has not paid grazing fees in 20 years.

"This is a matter of fairness and equity, and we remain disappointed that Cliven Bundy continues to not comply with the same laws that 16,000 public-lands ranchers do every year," Kornze said.



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Reader Comments

Posted: Saturday, April 19, 2014
Article comment by: Anson's Nephew

“Noone on the Bundy side had guns aimed at anyone.”

“Noone,” I guess, was just one of the many Bundy Brigade snipers shown on video on the overpass and highway access ramp with their rifles aimed at BLM officers through spaces between the K-rail.

”The BLM hired merceneries,”

No they did not! Where do you keep coming up with this trash?

“…a BLM employee said they had just gotten word from higher up to SHOOT…”

Where is that video? I cannot find it anywhere. PLEASE direct me to it.

“It is amazing to me you have no problem with the BLM destroying a mans private property…”

What private property did the BLM destroy? The old crook was told to get his cattle off public land and when he did not the BLM was charged by the courts to remove the cattle – which by his default had become the property of the United States.

“In the end Reid and the BLM will be the sorry ones.”

Why, are you now going to take up arms against a U.S. Senator and the BLM? Why do insist upon defending a law breaker?


Posted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Article comment by: Anson's Nephew

“Bundy actually owes $200,000…”

So you admit the old crook does owe the money. Now, please tell us where you got that figure?

“Bundy is right. Here's what the Founders said.”

You do realize that many of the things the founders said – like refusing allowing women to vote – have been altered by the courts over the years?

“Bundy had paid state fees.”

So what, that is not the issue, what is the issue is he refused for two decades to pay his grazing fees and lost his argument in court.


”Reid, Rory, cronies have plans for FIFTY (50) solar panel plants in three states, AZ, CA, NV.’

Nope, that is wrong as well where you come up with this trash?

“NOT the one on hold in Laughlin..”

It is not “oh hold” the Chinese Communist company backed out of the deal years ago.

“…one just starting on Paiute land…”

You mean sovereign First Nation land? BTW, they are Piute.


Posted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Article comment by: Linda Athens

Bob Moore:

Noone on the Bundy side had guns aimed at anyone.

The BLM hired merceneries, everyone on their side well armed and it was THEY who had guns on the crowd but especially aimed right at the Bundy family. Video of this, snipers ON THEIR BELLIES on the hillside, guns in place, aimed down at the crowd.

AND, it is on film and has run on TV, a BLM employee said they had just gotten word from higher up to SHOOT while they were stealing Bundy's cattle, destroying all the fences, killing cows, suffocating newborn calves, shooting holes in Bundy's water lines, shooting his two bulls who were in enclosed pens.

It is amazing to me you have no problem with the BLM destroying a mans private property, stealing his cattle but have said NOT ONE WORD OF THE ILLEGALITIES OF HARRY REID. Simply amazing. It is reported by those there, those in the Bundy support crowd were Dr's, attorneys, Moms and Dads, children, teachers, etc - these are the people you put down, all of whom dropped everything to support this injustice to a fellow American.

In the end Reid and the BLM will be the sorry ones. The winners will be cowboys on horses carrying flags.


Posted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Article comment by: KO TAY

Al Sharpten owes the IRS 2 million why are they taking his stuff? Just askin

Posted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Article comment by: Anson's Nephew

It was interesting, but not surprising, that GOP’ers from the Arizona State Legislature found their way to Nevada where they defended the actions of a crazy old man who has refused to obey the law for over two decades. Those who found no problem with supporting a law breaker and backed the actions of armed half-wits setting up sniper positions and taking aim at government officials with high-powered rifles include Reps. Bob Thorpe, R-Flagstaff, David Livingston, R-Peoria, and Kelly Townsend, R-Mesa, along with Sens. Judy Burges, R-Sun City West, and (no surprise) Kelli Ward, R-Lake Havasu City.

Our own pathetic excuse of a lawmaker Kelli Ward, who likes to play at being a senator on Facebook, made the following statement, “We don’t need the government to tell us what to eat, what to wear, what to drink [and] how to drive."

It is truly unfortunate that Arizona legislators actually support anarchy in place of the law.

It is also curious how people who say they do not recognize the government of our nation fly our flag and recite the pledge of allegiance. To say these individuals are confused would be an understatement.


Posted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Article comment by: Linda Athens

The film maker at the Bundy Ranch has plenty of film, was the man who faced off with the hired merceneries.

Bundy actually owes $200,000, not a million, a number pulled out of the air by the BLM.

Bundy is right. Here's what the Founders said.

>>In America’s infancy, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld the Founding Fathers’ understanding of federal control over land. Justice Stephen J. Field wrote for the majority opinion in Fort Leavenworth Railroad Co. v. Lowe (1855) that federal authority over territorial land was “necessarily paramount.” However, once the territory was organized as a state and admitted to the union on equal ground, the state government assumes sovereignty over federal lands, and the federal government retains only the rights of an “individual proprietor.” This means that the federal government can only exercise general sovereignty over state property if the state legislatures formally grant the federal government the power to do so under the Enclave Clause with the exception of federal buildings (post offices) and military installations. This understanding was reaffirmed in Lessee of Pollard v. Hagan (1845), Permoli v. Municipality No. 1 of the city of New Orleans (1845) and Strader v. Graham (1850).<<

SCOTUS's left interpreting to making.



Posted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Article comment by: Linda Athens

V Stokes:

The right story needs to be pieced together. Bundy had paid state fees.

Reid, Rory, cronies have plans for FIFTY (50) solar panel plants in three states, AZ, CA, NV. NOT the one on hold in Laughlin or
one just starting on Paiute land which incidentally, Harry just upped their land from 75,000 acres to 100,000

Per notices on the BLM website, they said outright they needed the land for the plans with NO cattle on it. Remember, BLM head, former Harry Reid Sr Advisor.

The tortoise habitat? wasn't Bundy's grazing area so Reid and crony got the BLM to illegally CHANGE the habitat place to be the exact place Bundy's cattle were grazing, then tell him he would have to take them off the land.

He did not comply. They THEN taxed him a TURTLE TAX and that is what he has refused to pay. The other 52 ranchers have been run off, Bundy decided to take a stand.

When you understand how the feds AND the state both have jurisdiction over the land, Reid rules NV like a king, has been on the ten top most corrupt politicians list for a number of years, you start getting the picture.

This is ALL about solar panel plants and the tortoise was used to get Bundy to move. Harry didn't expect Bundy to refuse.

Today Reid called anyone siding with Bundy domestic terrorists.


Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Article comment by: N A

Should we the people fallow any laws that the federal government makes up?

Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Article comment by: V Stokes

From reports it seems no other Nevada ranchers have supported the man. Wonder why that is? Could it be they are tired of him getting away with something while they follow the law and do things legally and apparently are still able to make a profit?

I agree with AN, why did he go to court at all if he doesn't recognize it's authority? Did he pay income tax? Why if he doesn't recognize the government? Did he receive ANY subsidies in the past 20 yrs?

You can't pick and choose what laws to follow, yer either in or yer out.

How would you feel when somebody who doesn't recognize State authority/law drives drunk in their unregistered and uninsured vehicle and totals your car, puts you in the hospital for weeks and your expenses add up to tens of thousands? What will you do, get a judgement against him? Big deal...you'll never see a dime. But if it was legal, would you find where he keeps his stuff and go confiscate it as partial payment? I'm sure you would.


Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Article comment by: V Stokes

"Feds raided the Gibson guitar manufacturer..."

Yes, because they were also breaking the law by using illegal wood in their products. They paid a fine.

So, simple, break the law...face the consequences. Bundy has been breaking the law for 20 yrs.


Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Article comment by: Amaryllis Smith

I sent Congressman Paul Gosar an e-mail ref. taxes and filing of them.
He sent me a letter outlining some of his goals to stop DC waste of OUR tax dollars.

1: Prohibit Taxpayer Money from Subsidizing Nevada Brothels- Brothels were able to reduce their federal taxes by almost $17.5 million in 2013.
That's because they write off all boob jobs and everything else to keep those women looking 18/19 when they're probably 80/90 years old. So for any of you who patronize these places, It isn't just a one time charge your paying out of pocket on every hard earned dollar you make All year long!!

Now complain about Bundy cheating you as a taxpayer.


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Article comment by: Amaryllis Smith

Clive Bundy could win this legally with right judge. Feds shot two prized bulls, one five times that was corralled, damaged water tanks and fencing.
All total probably more in property damage than feds claim he owes!
BLM setting up certain area declaring it the only free speech zone for protesters.
Feds cost all of tons of taxpayer monies just to pacify old Harry, his son Rory and Rory's friend.

Harry Reid has been allowed to pull his BS on senate floor and now this!
Why do we let these politicians grab so much power? He should be prosecuted for inciting a near gun battle to his benefit!!


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Article comment by: Amaryllis Smith

Cost for counterfeit cowboys: $966,000.00
Auctioneer in Utah: $333,000.00
Law Enforcement Officers &Veh.: Unknown

Cost to taxpayers : All the above caused by Harry Reid, his son Rory Reid and BLM.

And as a taxpayer some of you don't mind that cost to you even though it is more than Feds claim is owed by Cliven Bundy??

Simple way to handle it as pointed out by Judge Napolitano, A Lien on property.
This situation isn't only one that taken place under Pres. Obama's agencies. Feds raided the Gibson guitar manufacturer, another small manufacturing company, in total including the Bundy's is six in recent time.



Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Article comment by: Anson's Nephew

“…the feds are seen coming back on the Bundy land.”

First – it is not “Bundy land” it is OUR land. It belongs to the American people under the stewardship of the BLM. And as such why shouldn’t they return to protect our interests?

It is fascinating that no matter the cause you always come down on the wrong side. Now you are defending a crook who has stolen as much as $1.3 million dollars from the taxpayers by illegally grazing his cattle – from which he made a fortune - on public (i.e. OUR) lands. He should be locked up and the keys tossed until he coughs up the money owed to the American people.

He says he does not recognize the government of our nation, he has effectively screwed us (the taxpayers) out of $1.3 million dollars, he defied the BLM, went to court (why did he do that if he doesn’t recognize our government?), and was handed down a judgment to pay his back grazing fees and refused to do so. The guys a crook – simple as that and needs to jailed.


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Article comment by: Linda Athens

Heard on late night radio last night, (Tues), the feds are seen coming back on the Bundy land.

Could Sheriff Mack be right?

It's hard to understand how people don't get it. The so called money Bundy owes was a "turtle" fee they came up with for something new, an "endangered tortoise". The same tortoise they had gathered up and are now killing at the Vegas tortoise shelter they built, then could not continue to operate. This was all a farse and everyone up there knew it.

Why isn't the media at the tortoise shelter questioning the killing of 700 of an "endangered species?" .

Why isn't the media reporting Harry Reid told the BLM (his old Sr Advisor) to MOVE the tortoise area in question over so he could have more Bundy grazing land for Chinese solar?

And they did. They shoved Bundy over previously, came up with all kinds of lies that Bundy was not taking care of the land.

But when they came on the land over the weekend, the BLM tore it all up, then killed tons of Bundy's cattle and threw them down a gulley, threw dirt over them. Cattle costing Bundy $2200 a head, separating some 30 calves from mothers.


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Article comment by: Justa Citizen

I kinda agree with Sense of Fairness...Law on this one.
It's pretty cut and dried it seems. BLM owns the land and charges ranchers to use it. That apparently is the LAW whether you agree with it or not. Just as I don't like Obama picking and choosing which laws to enforce, it isn't right for this guy to pick and choose which laws to obey. If he doesn't like the law, go to court to change it, but until it gets changed, obey it!
There may or may not be all kinds of extenuating circumstances involving Reid, solar plants, etc etc. None of that makes any difference at this point. The law is the law. If you don't like it, fight to change it in the courts or by legislation, but don't just ignore it.
This is a fight that should have been resolved years ago. He seemingly ignored the law and BLM apparently ignored him for years. Why?
Maybe it was because it didn't concern anyone until somebody else wanted to use the land. Maybe our gov't employees are just a little slow on the uptake or just didn't really care. All beside the point.
It's a law...Obey it!!!
OR be prepared to pay the consequences!
This could be resolved easily enough if everyone involved gives a little. The gov't forgives debt either partially or completely all the time. Work something out in this case.


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Article comment by: Not Given

Mr. Bundy does not own the land he is feeding his cattle on, the US does, and US stands for you and me. He is making a living using OUR resources.
It doesn't matter how long the BLM has been around, the land belongs to the federal government--the BLM is designated to manage the federal lands to benefit ALL of US, not just Mr. Bundy.
He owes the people of the US $1 million, so maybe his supporters could kick in some bucks to repay you and me for the damage his herds are doing to the very fragile desert they are trampling (our land).


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Article comment by: A Sense of Fairness, Justice, And Respect for Law

Yoo hoo, where's the sense of fairness, justice, and respect for law with the supporters of this guy? Law abiding ranchers pay their fees. This guy must think he's special. This guy has been feeding his cattle for free for 20 years. These lands are mine, yours, ours. Cows are extremely disruptive on our lands. I don't remember getting a check for the past 20 years when his cows were sold for the use of my land. And I'm sure no share of the profit was forwarded to BLM or the federal government. If Rebel Cowboy feels the law or regulation is unjust, he has every right to challenge it in court. He has every right to work to change what he doesn't agree with. He does not have the right to ignore our laws & regulations. As owner of these lands I say confiscate his cattle, place a lien on his property & if future requests for payments are ignored, confiscate his ranch & sell it to meet the more than $1 million he owes.

Another thing, those of you trying to cloud or change the issue. The issue is Cliven Bundy hasn't paid what his peers have for 20 years and our patience has run out. It's about paying what is due, obeying the laws, and equal treatment under the law. It is about how one handles a law he does not agree with. Cliven has chosen guns & defiance instead of courts.


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Article comment by: Amaryllis Smith

This is crazy, that $966,000.00 that was paid to those cowboys was YOUR TAX DOLLARS spent for the benefit of Harry Reid (who also is a Morman). That is just a bit less than BLM wants from Clive Bundy!
So the U.S. govt. has already spent most all of what they were wanting in the state of Utah, add to that $966,000.00 the cost of sending all the vehicles and law enforcement man power and hours and the BLM Just put the Government and taxpayers in the hole even if Bundy paid up today.
Reid wants control of that land and he has dug his heels in ( Just as he does with House bills) and stated this isn't over.

I think all the states need to take back their lands and get feds out!!!!

Bundys aren't the only morman ranchers in the country, you can be morman and have nothing to do with polygamy!!


Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Article comment by: Floyd Turbo

What part of "illegal" do you not understand? Ready to deploy the army to "secure" the border against illegals. But not ready to deploy against an illegal rancher. Al Bundy has lost EVERY court fight he has made. He is illegal, he is stealing from all US citizens. Illegal, understand? Your garbled interpretation of the Constitution, the Magna Carta, the Uniform Commercial code, and the Taylor Grazing Act does not make him legal.

Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Article comment by: Anson's Nephew

“Looks like the Chinese ENN Energy Group plan is shelved for now…”

Yes, it was shelved YEARS ago and was set for an area south of Laughlin, NV, literally miles away from the crook Bundy’s “ranch” and stolen rangeland.

I reported on that project right here in the KDM on 21 September 2011 (and you agreed with me) and it can still be found in the archive. So this “big deal solar project” has been dead for nearly two-an-half- years and ENN has left the area, period.

Bundy is a crook, he stole $1.3 million dollars for the American Taxpayers, he does not recognize the federal government of our nation, he refuses to obey court orders and actuall threatens BLM officers with bodily harm. The guy is lucky he’s not cooling his old heels in a jail cell.


Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Article comment by: Frank Lee Speaking

"If that is the case, she needs to step down from office"

So according to your really weird logic, long ago if a politician voiced opposition to slavery, which was legal, they should have stepped down from office?

More recently, if a politician spoke out against laws enforcing segregation, they should have stepped down?

How about if an elected official states they do not support drug laws?

How about a president that will not enforce existing immigration laws?

You did say we are a nation of laws "and they are to be obeyed by everyone", right? Or does that only apply when you think it should?


Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Article comment by: Anson's Nephew

@Linda ?

”That is from a film maker that was there documenting the entire fiasco.”

And we can see that tape at…oh, that’s right the “filmmaker” did not record it!

“Reid's son was complicit in getting the land you refer to.”

Nope entirely false, just more FAUX News trash.

”You can find a pic of Harry from two weeks ago…with a row of Paiute Indians for the groundbreaking of the Moapa Southern Paiute Solar Project.”

Which is on sovereign tribal land and has nothing to do with the BLM or the crook Bundy, who owes the American people $1.3 million. BTW, they are PIUTE’s.

“But they can go after law abiding citizens?”

I still find it fascinating how a guy who refused to pay his grazing fees for more than 20 years, owes the American taxpayers $1.3 million, defied a court ordered judgment to pay up and threatened BLM officers can be considered “law abiding”?


Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Article comment by: Common Sense

Linda: As you know, there was a proposed project near Laughlin. The Moapa project is 35 miles from the Bundy nonsense. How does this negatively affect him at all? If you took the time to look into the project you'd see that it will help us to further reduce our dependence on foreign oil. Does that idea bother you?

If the BLM officers were ordered to shoot than why didn't they when harassed and screamed at by the rabid crowd? All law enforcement officers have the right to defend themselves. That they didn't shoot anyone just proves that they weren't told to just go out and shoot innocent Americans.

An increase of 25,000 acres (roughly 39 sq miles) is hardly a "power grab" in a state with over 70 million acres (110,000 sq miles). The Paiutes were there long before Bundy. Why do you begrudge them an increased portion of their homeland? Is their freedom of no concern to you?

I was under the impression that conservatives were law abiding citizens, promoted capitalism and wanted to reduce our need for foreign oil. You guys are all arguing against these things when it comes to this Bundy affair. Odd.

Everyone else has to play by the rules. Why is Bundy a special case in your eyes? Just because he is expected to doesn't mean we're living under a dictatorship.


Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Article comment by: Linda Athens

Common Sense:

Ordered to shoot Americans? That is from a film maker that was there documenting the entire fiasco. A BLM man told him word had just come from the top they were to shoot. That's on tape shown on TV. Also, as they took the cattle, the BLM had guns pointed right on the Bundy family.

You have none of the correct facts. Reid's son was complicit in getting the land you refer to down from $38.6 mill to $4.5 mill due to his former position as Commissioner in exchange for promising jobs. Done but now the deal's on hold. But there are more.

The BLM head is Harry Reid's former Sr Adviser.

You can find a pic of Harry from two weeks ago with shovel in hand and with a row of Paiute Indians for the groundbreaking of the Moapa Southern Paiute Solar Project.

It's 35 miles from Bundy land. The BLM had documentation on their website that they needed all the land including where Bundy's cattle graze, suddenly it disappeared from their site but not before Free Republic copied it.

Reid confirmed he's prepared a bill expanding the reservation from 75,000 to 100,000 acres. 200 Indians live there. Another government power grab.

You got one thing right, noone guarding the border against drug smuggling, But they can go after law abiding citizens?



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