Amazing pictures of Federal fiasco at Bundy Ranch

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EXCLUSIVE: New Images of BLM War Zone Exposes Fed’s Military Fiasco at Bundy Ranch

APRIL 14, 2014 BY  49 COMMENTS
21st Century Wire

New images of cattle rancher Cliven Bundy’s tense standoff with the Federal Bureau of Land Mangement (BLM) on Saturday afternoon  reveal how the armed agency’s military operation configured to forcefully engage Bundy cowboys and their supporters who sought to liberate federally confiscated cattle over the weekend.

These exclusive images were taken by a GMN photographer positioned right above the action on the Southbound side of Interstate 15 near Bunkerville, Nevada. 

Despite the BLM being instructed to leave the Bundy Ranch and Gold Butte area earlier that morning, the agency still insisted had a legal right to be there and that it would not let go of hundreds of cows it had already taken away from the Bundy Family. Critics are asking if that‘legal right’ also includes stationing a federal military force in Bunkerville.

Prior to this standoff, the special agent in charge of BLM’s ground operations, Daniel P. Love,had issued a warning that any one who crosses the federal line in order to free the seized cattle – will be arrested. Love went on boasting his agency’s advantage over Bundy supporters when saying, “I’ve seen your numbers right now, you’d better hope that 10,000 show up.”

It turns out that protesters needed far less numbers to overcome Love’s federal army. In the end, a Bundy’s contingent of 150 cowboys on horseback and a few hundred of peaceful supporters – backed by a well-organised volunteer militiaall together, proceed to march past the BLM’s line of demarcation to the entrance of cattle holding area, prompting the platoon of armed federal tactical teams to stand down and fall back.

This is the first collection in a three part series, showing the federal government’s military build-up to Saturday’s climax under US Interstate 15…


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ARMED RANGERS: Back line of armed agents arrive on the scene.

21WIREb-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNSWAT TEAMS: Local police TAC teams commandeered by the federal government.

21WIREc-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNCONVOYS GATHERS: Alphabet soup agencies gather to mount their military operation.

TARGETING MEDIA: Watching us, watching them – BLM Sniper points rifle at GMN photographer.

LAYERS OF FIRE: ‘Paintball’ (pepperball), CS Gas in the front, and bullets from the rear.

EYE IN THE SKY: Ariel survelliance overhead as Cowboys move towards federal line.

21WIREs-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNAGENT IN CHARGE: Dan Love pulls out before Cowboys move to reclaim their herd.

21WIREt-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNLOVE LOST: Special Agent Love realizing that BLM have painted themselves into a corner.

21WIREu-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNPULLING BACK: Federal soldiers begin to pull back.

21WIREw-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMN21WIREx-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNPACKING UP SHOP: Federal soldiers pack-up after giving the right of way to Bundy Cowboys and their supporters.

21WIREy-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNLIBERATION: Cowboys and supporters prepare to open the cattle gates.

21WIREb1-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNCOWS COMING HOME: First cattle released heading back to the Bundy Ranch.

21WIREa1-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNMOTHERS AND BABIES: Cattle families coming home after release from BLM’s federal penitentiary.

21WIREz3-Bundy-Fed-Standoff-April-12-2014-Copyright-GMNAN AMERICAN MOMENT: Bundy Cowboys flying old glory, driving their herd back to pasture.
21WIRE can also reveal a secret recording made prior the final standoff on Saturday afternoon, between BLM Special Agent Dan Love and GMN host Pete Santilli, where Agent Love says, “Constitutions are not decided in the dirt.” 
Agent Love adds, “I guarantee you the constitution is on my side – not your side… (…) You (the people) can fight your argument from jail.”

Listen to their full conversation here:

READ THE BUNDY STORY AT: 21st Century Wire Bundy Ranch Files

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6 Responses to “Amazing pictures of Federal fiasco at Bundy Ranch”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Without a doubt, this is one of the most important Freedom fights in The USA.
    Notice as stated, the MSM have not covered the event, WHY??
    We know why, the Elite always control the issues from the shadows.
    The City of London own the USA, time to break free !!
    In the UK, the same Elite are breaking the Country into pieces, don’t let it happen to you, stay together.

  2. Anonymous says:

    To the discerning eye they are everywhere; Flashpoints of tyranny threatening to push the nation into open revolt. The standoff between the Bundy ranch and the BLM feds is a visceral example of growing discontent over an expanding federal government.
    These abuses have occurred over many decades, with a focused intent. Centralization of power and a steady erosion of personal wealth and liberty have been the result. As these abuses and usurpations continue, Americans will face a choice between submitting or standing firm like the Bundy family did.

    Read more:


  3. Anonymous says:

    Alex Jones is so proud of the USA

    see 38:00 or ALL & there’s more!

    There is a tide of change at last!

    The Alex Jones Show(VIDEO Commercial Free) Sunday April 13 2014: Victory Over Tyranny
    Ron Gibson


  4. Anonymous says:

    The photos of the BLM guys are way too posed and fake. Even the one of the guy supposedly pointing a gun at the GMN photographer.
    Actually, the GMN photographer is a man named Shannon Bushman. Bushman does not work for GMN, but for “Peek Promotion and Development”, a marketing strategy firm based in Utah. This is probably why Bushman was allowed allowed such up close accessibility to the BLM team, and why they were portrayed as they were. The BLM guys were posing for the marketing guy holding the camera.

    Bushman’s brother, also involved in the marketing business, and also snapping pictures that day, is a Piute Utah, County Commissioner.

    The question is why GMN (Guerilla Media Network) would want to hire a marketing firm from Utah to photograph the BLM team in these “tough guy” poses.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Anon 4:30 – My sentiments exactly.
    As I posted previously-

    Anonymous said…

    Isn’t ‘Bundy’ an elite American name?
    What if this incident at Bunkerville is designed to test the water re militia/patriots responses and strength?
    Watch for false flags and farmers?

    There is more to this than meets the eye.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Ted was a Bundy

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