After Prosecution “Missteps” in Bundy Trial, is it All Over?- Jury Sent Home, Will Be Called Back “If They Are Needed”
On Monday, reports of prosecutor misconduct emerged in the Bundy Ranch trials, but you probably didn’t hear that in the mainstream media nor much of the alternative media.
I had been on vacation and was very limited in what I was able to write on during that time, but having come back, I’ve seen some of the reports, mainly from Shari Dovale at Redoubt News, who has been keeping the public informed, along with a few others of what is taking place in Nevada at what has been deemed “The Trial of the Century.
First, let me allow Terry Noonkester to update you on the misconduct aspect in the case by the prosecution and we’ll move on to whether this may result in the end of the trial.
Noonkester then listed those in the Bundy shakedown who have accepted plea bargains, many of which have families and believed they were facing such a corrupt system that their chances of having a fair trial in light of facing most, if not all, of their life in prison seemed reasonable. Others were convicted, but their convictions should be called into question considering the obvious suppression of evidence by the prosecution that came out in the latest trial.
Crooked lawyers, hired guns, and dirty money, are alleged to have withheld exculpatory evidence from the jury in the Bundy Ranch Battle of Bunkerville protest trial in Las Vegas Nevada.