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Release the SECOND Wooten Memo!

Wooten doubled down on his information writing a second memo with even more revelations.

by Shari Dovale

Larry Wooten is the whistleblower that came forward during the Bunkerville Standoff trial in Las Vegas last year and revealed the atrocities being committed by the Bureau of Land Managment (BLM) and the Federal Prosecutors in the case, headed by Steven Myhre.

Wooten was the lead investigator for the Bureau of Land Management’s investigation into the Bunkerville/Gold Butte operation that went bad for them in April of 2014.

The disturbing information revealed by Rep. Matt Shea was enough to have the entire indictment of these defendants set aside.

However, there were other defendants affected by this information that have not been allowed the same benefits, including Todd Engel.

Engel was convicted of the lesser charges against him during the first trial in Las Vegas. During that trial, Engel was forced to represent himself due to ineffective counsel.

Additionally, Judge Gloria Navarro consistently ruled against the defendants and held they could not question the main accusor against them, BLM Special Agent Daniel P. Love.

Love has since been fired for his actions by the BLM. Yet, Engel still sits in prison, waiting his chance for justice. Engel has not yet been sentenced on his conviction, with a new date for the sentencing being July 19, 2018.

Engel has obtained a new attorney who is fighting for his release, or at least a new trial. Among their arguments are the Wooten memo, which was the catalyst for the release of Cliven Bundy and the defendants in that round.

If the Wooten information was enough to set aside the indictment for some of the defendants, it should be equally available to all of the defendants in the case.

The prosecution, lead by Steven Myhre who has since been relieved of his supervisory position, argued that the Wooten information did not apply to previous defendants, and also that the information was not true. In other words, Myhre called Larry Wooten a liar.

Wooten doubled down on his information after that and wrote a second memo with even more revelations. The letter was sent directly to the Department of Justice in Washington D.C., headed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

This second memo has been kept under very strict lock and key, with no one being allowed to read it until recently. The only ones allowed to even view this letter have been under strict observation at the prosecutor’s office, hence the defendants themselves have not been allowed to see the evidence against them.

Engel’s attorney, who has viewed the letter, is fighting for it’s release to the public, describing the new information akin to The Amityville Horror Story.

Warren Markowitz, Engel’s attorney, would like to have Larry Wooten testify in a deposition, the costs of which could have been prohibitive at roughly $10,000. However, supporters of Engel rallied this weekend and raised the needed funds.

It is time to get this done.

It is time to depose Larry Wooten, get his information on the record for the world to see, and release Todd Engel and the remaining defendants.

From Redoubt News







  1. This whole thing reminds me of the pricks who tried to stomp on my dick in the military. You know the type, always reserving special privileges for themselves and breaking whatever rules they wished, using their established network of connections to lie for each other, while lying against others and having no remorse for the injustices and damage they caused. They only got me a couple of times, but I became their worst nightmare. I studied and learned the UCMJ, SOPs, and every other rule, regulation, and policy. I kept notebooks with detailed information on their missteps, and I collected evidence along the way. I would give them plenty of rope to hang themselves. Then when they would threaten to drop the hammer on me, I dropped the first hammer. The dummies would always regroup and try another tactic, but I knew how they thought and what they were likely to do next. Eventually, they learned I was always several steps ahead of them. My last 18 months of service, I did whatever I wanted. I pulled my new fishing boat in front of the command and sat in it, preparing my tackle for the weekend. They would tell me I need to move my boat and get to work. I laughed and told them “I’m leaving at 0900 to go camping and fishing. Are you in or out?” At 0900, I drove away with my boat in tow. No one would touch me because they were afraid of the dirt I had on them. Yes, I deserved those fishing trips as payback for all the dirty assignments. Piling me up with work was the closest they could come to “punishing” me. Once I had notebooks full of dirt on them, they Couldn’t even touch me.

      1. I took a few deserving liberties in the end, but otherwise stayed within the rules. If these guys get out of prison, I’m sure they will feel deserving of an extra scoop of ice cream. They certainly will be more vigilant along their everyday path, and they will likely be taking more notes and keeping closer tabs on those who oppress and try to oppress them. I would say, very professional and honorable.

  2. Maybe I should clarify a little more. For a portion of my career, I helped to manage multi-million dollar contracts of civilian foreign nationals working for the U.S. military. I had both military and civilians in my chain of command. I regularly witnessed abuses that I fought hard against because it involved mine and your tax dollars. There were many serious legal implications that could send people to jail, and my chain of command was always stacking the deck for me to be the fall guy if something went wrong. I was throwing monkey wrenches in their plans at every turn and I had to be on my toes 24/7. They tried to wear me out with an ever increasing working load, so I wouldn’t have the time and energy to fight and expose them. You can ask my wife. I never slept. I worked my ass off and still managed to stay a few steps ahead of them. They would try to set me up for all types of punishments so they could get me out of the way. I feared for my life after I exposed a corrupt contractor and he lost a multi-million dollar contract he had been renewing and abusing for years. I had to take different routes to and from work. I am only scratching the surface here. If you have ever lived in such a nightmare, a few fishing excursions is the least one deserves. I have followed the injustices of the Bundy Ranch ordeal, and many others. My blood boils when I see people being railroaded, because I know the feeling of fighting for my freedom and trying to stay out of jail and avoiding tens of thousands in fines when I am innocent. The only thing that saved me was playing hardball by the regulations and documenting every misstep they made. I retired with my integrity intact and a few fishing trips under my belt. I wasn’t blackmailing anyone. I was just keeping them from framing me and trying to do what was right by exposing them. It would take an entire book for me to fully explain the hell I went through, so forgive me for going fishing after I found out my retirement was approved.

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