Federal prosecutors want a judge to order a Northern California man to remove all information from his website about confidential informants involved in the takeover of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon last winter.
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One of the 17 defendants in the Cliven Bundy case wants a federal jury to visit the spot where the armed standoff unfolded in 2014 between supporters of the Nevada rancher and federal agents who impounded his cattle.
Supporters of cattleman and anti-federal government figure Cliven Bundy are protesting a presidential decision to give national monument protection to public land where Bundy grazes cows near his Southern Nevada ranch.
Backers of a plan to force the federal government to turn over control of millions of acres of land to Nevada are gearing up for new efforts in Congress and hoped-for support from President-elect Donald Trump.
The son of rancher Cliven Bundy, arguing on his own behalf, told the judge he can’t adequately prepare for his case while detained and asserted that his right to a speedy trial has been violated.
Peter Santilli, a defendant in the Cliven Bundy standoff trial, asked a federal court Tuesday to order prosecutors to provide the identity of an undercover FBI agent.
Defendant Peter Santilli wants to be tried with others in February, rather than wait for a second trial.
A judge has set a trio of trials for 17 men accused of conspiring together in an armed standoff against federal agents near Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s property in April 2014.
The two brothers, who are among 17 defendants in the case, are the sons of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, the central figure in the standoff that unfolded in April 2014 between Bundy’s supporters and federal agents who had rounded up his cows from public lands.
Nevada’s chief federal judge has upheld a protective order that keeps key evidence under wraps in the Bunkerville standoff case involving the Bundy family.
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