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The case of a Montana man just convicted of felonies as part of his battle with two federal agencies is drawing attention from antigovernment extremist groups who supported the take-over of a wildlife refuge in Oregon.
Federal officials are speaking their mind almost two years after Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and 400 of his armed militia supporters confronted federal agents, causing them to release a herd of impounded cattle and hastily retreat.
FBI agents on Thursday arrested without incident 14 antigovernment activists, including two more sons of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, for their roles in the 2014 armed standoff in Bunkerville, Nev., with federal agents.
A 61-year ex-Marine who has been co-chair of the Veterans for Trump campaign in New Hampshire is among three additional defendants named in a superseding indictment containing new criminal charges for their roles in an armed 2014 standoff with federal agents at the Bundy Ranch in Bunkerville, Nev.
It has been quite the year at Hatewatch. We’ve identified those who hide in anonymity while financing the racist right. We’ve kept you abreast of events that have plotted the course of the antigovernment movement as it tries to make headway into the mainstream. And we’ve documented in detail the fallacies spread far and wide by major anti-LGBT leaders, especially as they move to advance their agenda abroad.