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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Official Bundy Ranch Update

Official Bundy Ranch Update

By Ammon Bundy
May 13, 2014

Date: May 6, 2014 Official Bundy Ranch Update

Republic for the United States of America
c/o 3040 SE Persons Court Portland OR 97267

Secured ID: PR364424164RUSA


Read by Ammon Bundy at the Clark County Sheriff Precinct,
May 2, 2014:

As we have had the opportunity to reflect on the events that
took place between March 26th and April 12th, 2014-we have
experienced feelings of concern, confusion, fear, anger, sadness
and joy.

Our peaceful community has been shaken. In many ways, we
are still processing the magnitude of what took place.

We ask ourselves so many questions; did the federal government
really come into this valley and terrorize our community?

Did hundreds of armed forces, in Red Dawn fashion, lock down the
hills and valleys of our peaceful home-threatening at gunpoint,
anyone who stepped off the paved road, with forceful and lethal

Did we really see armed forces convoying through the streets of
our town, diligently recording names and identities, of anyone
who glanced wrong or opposed them in any way?

Was there really heavy equipment in the form of dump trucks
and backhoes, on our mountains, tearing up infrastructure that
we have used for hundreds of years, and is vital to our survival?

Were we truly in the cross-hairs of snipers, and under surveillance
by the latest in technological weapons?

Did these forces actually point their rifles in the faces of our little
children, while beating their unarmed fathers to the dirt and
hauling them off in chains?

Did they really body-slam our friend, a 59 year old woman to
the ground, and sic German Shepherds on our neighbors-even
a pregnant woman?

Did they actually shock a man multiple times with a 50,000 volt
Taser for honorably protecting his aunt, while she gathered herself
out of the dust?

We reflect in sadness and awe that this could take place in our
little town. The terror of armed men occupying our land will never
be forgotten.

The feelings of despair of these events will long reside in our
hearts. Thoughts of anxiousness that this may ever happen again,
will awaken us from our pillows from time to time.

During quiet reflection, we may ask ourselves if we did the right
thing by resisting. Were we in the right when we acted to safeguard

When the only response to our multiple pleas for help was silence,
when we were left alone to clean our cuts and wounds, did we have
a divine right, duty, and obligation to protect our family and

We recall the many times we pleaded with our local government
to protect us; the numerous times we called 911, and begged our
Sheriff to send his deputies to assist.

Our cries of distress were met with silence.

We ask ourselves, "Did we try hard enough to get our local
government and law enforcement to act as a buffer and perform
their duty to protect and serve?"

Were the hundreds of phone calls not enough, or is it just that our
elected leaders and Sheriff have forsaken the people in trade for
power and money?

We whole-heatedly want to believe that our Sheriff would not
abandon us, but where has his shielding influence been?

Why was he not here to represent and protect the very men,
women and children of his county that he swore an oath for?

Why did he stand silent and neutral, knowing our community
was in terror?

What was his motivation of inaction; was it fear of the federal
government or political reprisal from powerful politicians?

The scars of this traumatic event will heal over time. We hope
our community will eventually return to a sense of normalcy.

We fervently hope and pray that these heavy-handed tactics
will not be used on us or any other American ever again.

We wonder if our hopes will be in vain; will they return?

Will they come back with greater force and more cunning
tactics than before?

Will our Sheriff keep his oath this time, and use his lawful forces
to stop them, or will the people be left to their own protection?

Will the good people of this nation yet again have to come
running to the rescue of a neighbor?

Will veterans, retired police force, churches, businesses, families
and individuals have to unite once again to confront these acts of
governmental terror upon the American people?

Will our local government rouse themselves from disaffection
and intervene-protecting the people?

Will they stop fearing to do the right thing and come to
the realization that the people are more important than
a government agency?

Will they fight for the rights of the state and her people?

They must stop putting personal gain and advancement in
front of the rights of citizens.

They need to recognize, that as our elected representatives, they
have more power than those governing in brute force, as they have
the might of the people of this state backing them.

With that power we invest in them, they have the obligation to
safeguard our livelihoods, combat forces of fear, and protect our
lives with their own.

A few weeks ago, our community was in a state of innocence and
naivety. We felt safe and mostly kept to ourselves. We thought the
world's problems would only affect us through television, and could
be shut off with the push of a button.

Our innocence has left us now, we have experienced first-hand the
breath of force upon our necks. We have gasped in desperation as
our lives and agency were threatened. Our cries have been ignored
by our guardians in the next room.

We faced a choice-either lie down and submit helplessly in defeat,
or bite, scratch, and fight until help would come.

We are eternally and profoundly grateful for the many heroic
neighbors who heard our desperate cries and crashed through
the windows to rescue.

We additionally thank the thousands that came from every States in
this great nation, and stood in front of raised guns in our defense,
and for the hope that those same guns would never come to their
doors and their families.

We are grateful for those that arrived with pen and camera, those
that arrived with faith and prayers, and those that arrived with fist
and gun.

The variety of support from all walks of life has shown that this was
an event that truly touched the good hearts of many Americans.

We cannot thank you all enough-you have restored our faith in the
goodness of the American people.

Our message to all, is that it is time to make things right.

It is time to adhere to the supreme law of the land-
The Constitution of the United States.

It is time to understand right, stand for what's right,
and do whatever it takes to make it right.

We must continue the vision of our Founding Fathers in preserving
the freedoms of the American people and the sovereign rights of
the States.

A nation can never abandon its fate to an authority it cannot

Men must decide if their rights and freedoms are God-granted
or are assigned by a federal government.

We believe in the rule of laws and sustain a limited government.

May God bless us to protect this sacred instrument.

Thank you,
The Bundy Family

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