Redoubt News: What have they done to Ryan Bundy?
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Editor’s Note: I would like to introduce all Oath Keepers to a dedicated and tireless couple of journalists who operate “Redoubt News” in the northwest mountain States. Headquartered in Idaho, Shari Dovale and Bret Roush keep the hammer down full time, and do a remarkable volume of “on-site” coverage of newsworthy events while keeping their news service current. I have met them at the Jake Ryan rally in Plains, Montana, and at the recent sentencing of Joe Robertson in Missoula, Montana. Throughout this entire year they have kept their readers abreast of developments with the cowboys who participated in the Burns, Oregon occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge which was led by Ammon Bundy and LaVoy Finicum and friends. Shari and Bret’s website is a great place to keep up with the Redoubt, so I go there myself to see what’s new. You can subscribe to their email service at their site. Shari and Bret are very well connected in the American West, and provide the best coverage of the northwest Redoubt. Shari Dovale has the latest update on what the guards have done to Ryan Bundy, so I’d like to send all our readers to Redoubt News to learn about the latest travesty by government institutions. I will include here just a few “teaser” paragraphs from Shari’s article. The guards have injured Ryan Bundy in a violent and criminal way, and it centers around a bullet in Ryan Bundy’s arm which may be a key piece of evidence in the investigation ongoing into the role played by the FBI shooters at the scene of LaVoy Finicum’s murder this past January, where Ryan Bundy collected up a bullet in his arm, fired by, well, that’s why the government wants to remove that bullet by any means — to ascertain (or cover-up) the origin of the shot. Oath Keepers salutes Shari Dovale and Bret Roush for excellent journalism and dedicated patriotism.
Elias Alias, editor
What have they done to Ryan Bundy?
August 13, 2016; by Shari Dovale
Ryan Bundy is in Solitary Confinement until after his trial. This means that he will have limited opportunities to prepare for defending his freedom. How did this happen?
Bundy was a major player in the political protest that took place at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Harney County this past January. On January 26, 2016, the FBI, in coordination with Oregon State Police (OSP), staged an illegal “Deadman’s Roadblock” which resulted in the murder of LaVoy Finicum. It also left a bullet, or possibly a fragment of a bullet, in the arm of Ryan Bundy.
The FBI agents are already under investigation for lying during that incident. They claimed that they did not fire their weapons. However, it has been shown that there were two bullet casings that were illegally removed from the scene. All of OSP’s shots have been accounted for, therefore the shots seem to have come from the FBI.
This is all relevant because of the bullet left in Bundy’s arm. It was never removed, even though he was treated for it after being arrested. This could be crucial evidence of the FBI cover-up.
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Early last week, Ryan was taken to a hearing in which the government attempted to convince Bundy to allow them to remove the evidence from his arm. He reiterated his terms for removal and the government, again, denied those terms. They do not want anyone other than themselves to retain, and analyze, the evidence against them.
Bundy was returned to his cell at Multnomah County Jail.
This past Tuesday, August 9th, Ryan Bundy was awakened early by several guards. He was told to get up, as he had “an appointment.” Bundy did not refuse to go, however, he did ask them where he was going. This question was deemed inappropriate and considered to be “refusing” to follow the guards orders.
By just asking a question.
They proceeded to manhandle him out of his cell. When they got to the stairway, one guard, Sgt. Curtis E. Sanders, actually attempted to push Ryan down the stairs. He was severely hurt, with his wrist dislocated, his thumb either broken or dislocated, knee trouble, and head injuries.
Read this story in full at Redoubt News, then come back here and post your thoughts in the comment section under this article. Thank you!
Elias Alias, editor
PS: Thanks go to “AM” for name correction. Apologies to Jake!