68 years in prison for trailer American Bundy brothers
In the lawsuit over the uprising against federal authorities in 2014 on the ranch of farmer Cliven Bundy is Wednesday for the first time a man condemned. A 53-year-old man from Phoenix has the right to 68 years in prison.
The man is found guilty of eight crimes, including threatening and attacking federal agents and obstruction of the rule of law.
The revolt on the farm of a piece of lumber, about 120 miles north of Las Vegas, was formed in 2014 when federal agents of the cattle of the farmer in attachment names because he refused to pay to have the animals on overheidsterrein to graze.
Of the seventeen people who is Burleson the first one that is condemned. Another indicted by the same jury, found guilty, hears his sentence in september. Two other groups, including Bundy and his sons, coming later this year for the court.
In 2016, two other sons of farmer Bundy acquitted in a case regarding the occupation of a park in Oregon. Under the leadership of Ammon Bundy held an armed militia 41 days in an office in the natural park Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is occupied. The result was a controversial conflict with the federal government over land ownership.
Occupation Oregon after nearly seven weeks at the end