This made my day: The Bundy case.

Certain former South Florida Blogger had a shit fit with me 2-3 years ago because I sided with Cliven Bundy’s side and found that the Federal Government was overreaching and then some by sending heavily armed men to resolve the situation only to have them retreat when more people showed up to side with the Bundys and better armed.

This just popped in my newsfeed:

A federal judge dismissed all charges against rancher Cliven Bundy, his two sons and another man on Monday. U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro cited “flagrant prosecutorial misconduct” in her decision to dismiss all charges against the Nevada rancher and three others. Navarro on Dec. 20 declared a mistrial in the high-profile Bundy case. It was only the latest, stunning development in the saga of the Nevada rancher, and served as a repudiation of the federal government. Navarro accused prosecutors of willfully withholding evidence from Bundy’s lawyers, in violation of the federal Brady rule

Source: Charges against rancher Cliven Bundy, three others are dismissed | Fox News

How fucked up was the case presented by the government that Judge Navarro had to go medieval on the Feds? Just let me say she is a Obama appointee therefore not a card-carrying member of the KKK.  Yes, that bad.

And to the GFZ Troll, you lose…again.

5 Replies to “This made my day: The Bundy case.”

  1. BRAVO!!!!! We are starting to see a fear in these libturded judges!!!! They face prosecution if they keep deciding what laws the commu-crats want, and what the Constitution allows!!! I was on my way to be with them, fully armed, and ready for a confrontation to stop a tyrannic use of force!!! I DO know, it was minutes away from lead flying when they pulled back from the Bundy’s ranch. Another short confrontation or tazing would have been enough to rid ourselves of some o these rogue pieces f shit, that think because they have a badge and a gun, that they are untouchable… some of their skulls cant stop a bullet, and thats exactly where they would have been hit…..NOW they should prosecute the DA, and ALL who were involved in this commie outrage!!!

  2. If you’ve been following the appropriate news sources, the US dept of pseudo-justice is investigating the prosecutor(s). We can hope that, for once, prosecutorial misconduct actually results in bankruptcy and prison. I’m not optimistic–far too many overreaches have been sanctioned with minor disciplinary actions, if at all, but, if there’s really an investigation going on (and my spouse says it was something Sessions started, quietly, early in 2017), at least they’re unlikely to get promotions….

  3. All this happened during the Obama Administration and when everyone was absolutely certain that Clinton was next in line. They acted without fear of reprisal or even the most mild of reprimand.

    The current boss didn’t care and had even encouraged such behavior (cf. Fast and Furious, New Black Panther Party, John Doe v. Scott Walker, IRS targeting of enemies). Their next boss wouldn’t care either… and by the time Clinton left office in 2024 this would all be too old for the press to bother talking about, thus the public wouldn’t care.

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