Skip to comments.Sheriff Mack: federal snipers at Bundy ranch are mercenaries, hit men
Posted on 04/18/2014 6:26:57 AM PDT by KeyLargo
Sheriff Mack: federal snipers at Bundy ranch are mercenaries, hit men
Posted on April 18, 2014 by Dr. Eowyn
In an interview with TPNs Dylan Scott Wednesday, April 16, 2014, Richard Mack, former Arizona county sheriff and founder of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA), said:
One of our CSPOA members who was there earlier and got there before I did was phoning me and telling me that they were going to be killed. The federal snipers, several of them I dont know if you know this but they were paid mercenaries. Theyre contractors. Theyre paid hit men.
He saw all the equipment and all the military weaponry that they had, and then he said, Sheriff, they warned us that they were going to arrest us. Then they warned us that they were going to shoot us.
(Excerpt) Read more at dcclothesline.com ...
so there was a “contract” out on the Bundys...
Where’s your “ENHANCE” button?
“enhance”... right... add more information that’s not there so we can identify the person/object in the photo.
I guess that makes for good TV.
Are we surprised? This crooked bunch will do what ever it takes to get their way, killings be damned. Perhaps they too need to be dealt with in a similar matter. Even though there were “snipers” there does NOT MEAN that the Bundy side was not equally represented.
Did that not happen?
Well, probably true. Of course according to the totally honest hairy reid-iculous, the T party supporters and armed civilians are “domestic terrorists”. Thinking back, even with the media (?)coverage, it didn’t stop Waco from happening. Since no one could actually see the folks burning that could be a drawback for the feds here. My guess is that a “danger zone” will be declared and all media will be moved well away from the area if and when there is another “confrontation”. Anybody seen ron hairiuhcih(sp) lately? (Ruby Ridge!)
My understanding form several folks on site that they were “escorted” off the hills by cowboys on horse back that suddenly appeared behind them. The cowboys had serious back up in heavily armed militia members.
Some snipers. Any Nevada deer hunter could take them out at 500 yards. Gotta spend time in the desert to understand the desert.
What kind of training did they have to silhouette themselves against the skyline? I learned better from watching old westerns for heavens sake.
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Please remember that the Supreme Court has reversed more than 150 of earlier Supreme Court decisions on natural law. Is that what you would consider as someone being consistent and reliable in interpreting the Constitution?
The Resolution of 1780, "the federal trust respecting public lands obligated the united States to extinguish both their governmental jurisdiction and their title to land that achieved statehood."
In the Constitutional Convention of 1787, The Charter of Liberty contained these words, "The new Federal Government is an agent serving the states.", "The delegated powers are few and defined", "All powers not listed are retained by the states or the people", "The Resolution of 1780 formed the basis upon which Congress was required to dispose of territorial and public lands", "All laws shall be made by the Congress of the United States". (not agency bureaucrats!)
That should be sufficient for you to determine who all public lands belong to, hint - NOT the Federal Government!
"The Constitution is a written instrument. As such, it's meaning does not alter. That which it meant when adopted. it means now". So said the Supreme Court in South Carolina v United States in 1905
Articles of Confederation, Article VI, clause 1 All engagements entered into before the adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this Constitution, as under the Confederation. In Article IX "... no State shall be deprived of territory for the benefit of the United States."
Formation of a "more perfect union" does not absolve that union of prior engagements, including those obligations establish by the resolution of 1780 and the Articles of Confederation.
Our government system is established by compact, not between the Government and the State Governments but between the States as Sovereign Communities. By James Madison 1821 (This is what make the County Sheriffs the highest law enforcement officer in that County and gives him/her the authority to tell the BLM, the FBI or any other Federal Agency to get out of the County or they will be arrested and jailed.)
What I have written here is but a short piece of the process that the Founder went through to establish our Constitution and system of government.
Please view these videos and see if they don't change your mind about whether or not Cliven Bundy is in the wrong by defying the BLM.
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Were not pointing guns at anyone but were sure getting a lot of guns pointed at us, said Carol Bundy, wife of the Nevada rancher.
Bad guys wear black! BTW black will get you spotted in the high desert almost instantly.
I saw some of the Bundy folks armed for bear.
50 cal’s with long range or infrared scopes.
these anal retentaves working for gub mint lucre’ ought understand this won’t be like shooting kids at Waco.
It`s already in the U.S. Constitution:
“”The Congress shall have Power to dispose of and make all needful Rules and Regulations respecting the Territory or other Property belonging to the United States;
and nothing in this Constitution shall be so construed as to Prejudice any Claims of the United States, or of any particular State.”
‘territory “ = “land” defined by Webster`s Dictionary, 1887
property = anything other than land
“nothing shall be construed as to prejudice any claims of ..any particular state.”
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