Cliven Bundy Turns Tables on Federal Government

After going through a sham trial that was eventually ended by a Federal Judge, who assaulted the prosecution for its unethical practices, Cliven Bundy is now going to put the Federal government on trial.

Rancher Cliven Bundy, recently freed, sues Nevada and Clark County

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who was recently cleared of federal charges and freed from jail, is now turning his sights on state and county government.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Bundy’s lawsuit filed Thursday in Clark County District Court claims that former President Barack Obama’s late 2016 establishment of Gold Butte National Monument was “as illegal as it is unlawful” and would preclude him from continuing to function on his land and destroy his livelihood.

Bureau of Land Management officials in Las Vegas put off discussion of the monument at meetings this month until the Trump administration decides on possible changes to the Obama-era land designation.

“Recognizing that the land is not owned by the United States of America, (Bundy) has avoided erroneously giving money to an entity which does not actually own the land and has been careful not to give money erroneously to a stranger to the land,” according to the rancher’s lawsuit, as reported by the Review-Journal.


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