Breaking the Law – A War of Conscience.There Was a Man – Sean Anderson.Sean and Sandy Anderson and me at the federal courthouse in Las Vegas during the 2017/18 trial of USA vs Bundy et al.
Sean Anderson has been found guilty of aggravated assault upon a peace officer with (special question) a deadly weapon. Sentencing July 12th.(Video was deleted from the channel. I have most of the audio in the player above.)
After deliberating a little more than an hour Wednesday, a jury of five women and seven men found Sean L. Anderson guilty of felony aggravated assault on a peace officer and the use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a crime.
Anderson, 52, of Riggins, faces a possible 25 years in prison, which includes 10 years for aggravated assault on a peace office and an added 15 years for the use of a deadly weapon. Second District Judge Gregory FitzMaurice ordered a presentence investigation and set sentencing for 1 p.m. July 12. StoryYou are what you do, not what you say you’ll do.Journalism (TRUTH) Needs Defense • Be The Media
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“The Battle of Bunkerville” was the Stand-Off in the Spring of 2014 headed by the
On the other-side, were several hundred Americans Standing in the Gap in a Peaceful Pushback as both a protective buffer for the Bundy family, and to protest the government’s roundup and attempted confiscation of several hundred head of Bundy cattle.