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Rancher, Judge : What Should Have Happened

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[enumclaw.com – Tuesday, April 15, 2014]

It is a joy for the just to do justice…  (Proverbs 21:15)

Judges, are the weakest link in the judicial process and thus are the grease for scoundrels who work in that arena.  That was one reason why Detective McCall, and his gang, were shocked that a judge actually started the right thing going in the Sound Doctrine Church frame-up. That is, until Prosecutor Satterberg’s office shoveled dirt upon the truth – burying it under a stinking pile of obstructing justice.

The Judge(s) in the rancher situation should have done the following:

1. Instructed the Federal Government to pay Bundy for using his land.

The savings arriving from supporting the truth, avoiding military attacks and legal fees would have been enough to make Mr. Bundy very happy and healthy. It is hard to imagine Mr. Bundy, and family, refusing this reasonable, truthful and legal method.

2. Judge should have ordered the Land Management to send a Thank-you card to Mr. Bundy each year.

Building good-will based upon the easy truth would have endeared society to appreciate the police and law enforcement. Now society has the bitter fruit that King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, and the like, have sown on our streets.

3. As a bonus for legal justice.

As a bonus the Judge could have stated that any environmental group wanting to protect turtles pay a fee to Mr. Bundy, (if he agrees) to support their work. Just like every other church, group and foundation out there – if they want the work done, that is how it is achieved. Of course, until, you are ran out of town by the Enumclaw Police and Authorities.

Too simple, too truthful and too legal for most Judges.


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Federal land managers backed down in a weekend standoff with Bundy after hundreds of states’ rights protesters, including armed militia members, showed up to protest federal officials seizing his cattle. Some protesters had their guns drawn and pointed toward law enforcement, some of whom were also armed, on the scene — ultimately, no shots were fired and the Bureau of Land Management reported that officials left over safety concerns.

Nevada Sen. Harry Reid said afterward that the dispute is “not over.” But whether the feds will keep plugging away with a court challenge or go further is unclear.

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