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The lawyer for rancher Cliven Bundy in a letter to the attorney General urging him to appeal from U.S. District Court Judge Gloria Navarro Jan. 8 decision on the dismissal of all charges in respect of a 2014 standoff with Federal agents.
“It is ridiculous. It is a persecution,” Larry Klayman, Bundy is a lawyer and founder of the freedom and Judicial Watch, said in his letter, according to the Washington Times.
He added: “After everything you’ve been through, including the unlawful detention for two years, is to allow the time my clients go on with their lives and not to be followed by a Department of ‘injustice’, the circles, rather than meting out justice, ‘the wagons” to try unethical and illegal they protect their own.”
While a spokesman for the US-confirmed the public Prosecutor’s office in the state of Nevada, that a protective note at the end for the preservation of the government, the right to opposition was to be filed by the earlier inserted into this year, it is currently unknown whether or not the complaint would have.
A Federal judge last December declared a mistrial in Bundy’s case, blame the prosecutors for withholding important evidence from defense attorneys, including records relating to the conduct of the FBI and the Bureau of Land Management agents. The Nevada rancher accused of leading an armed confrontation against the government in the year 2014.
The jury had previously, turn to free the two Bundy sons of the acquisition of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon for more than a month, beginning in 2016, and amid calls for the US-government over public land to local control.
In the Nevada case, Navarro state criticized prosecutors for failing to turn over all the evidence to the defense lawyers.
“The government is obliged to disclose all evidence that may be favorable” for the defense, the judge said.
The case stems from an armed confrontation in Bunkerville, Nevada, capped a decades-long dispute over Cliven Bundy refusal to pay grazing fees. The 71-year-old rancher says his family has grazed cattle for more than a century in the area and is on public land belongs to States, not the U.S. government.
Government agents rounding up began on his cattle. Accused of four before the court, of recruiting armed force armed men, to abandon the agents of the government, the effort.