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Cops Arrest Ya’llQaeda Member For Stealing Federal Trucks

They think the “occupied” the vehicles, too? Obviously these guys are the low wattage bulbs in the lighting aisle at the WalMart.

First Bundy Oregon Militia Member Arrested

On Friday afternoon, the Oregon State Police reportedly made their first arrest of a member of Ammon Bundy’s militia who’ve occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge since January 2. Kenneth Medenbach, 62, was nabbed by police after allegedly driving a federal vehicle to a local Safeway supermarket. The Crescent, Ore., resident has been charged with theft of two federal vehicles—both of which have reportedly been impounded. Mendenbach has previously been cited as a member of the Oregon militia.

The “Snatch Man” Returning Federal Property

The agency said police recovered two U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service vehicles “previously reported” as stolen to the sheriff’s office.

A spokesman at law enforcement’s joint information center told NewsChannel 21 “the vehicles were reported stolen after the situation started” at the refuge.

OSP troopers and deputies from several county sheriff’s offices called in to help patrol the area responded to the scene.

“The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is grateful for the quick actions from law enforcement,” said USFWS spokeswoman Megan Nagel. “We will continue to work with law enforcement to recover vehicles bought and paid for by the American people to care for their national wildlife refuge.”

A March 2014 article in The Bulletin said a La Pine-area property on U.S. Highway 97 had Medenbach, “known locally as the wood carver,” as its longtime tenant but had recently vacated the property.

He operates Chainsaw Creations in Crescent, according to a Website devoted to his work, including various carvings and cabins.

A 2002 book by Robert L. Snow called “Terrorists Among Us: The Militia Threat,” also included Medenbach, referring to him as “a member of the Oregon Militia” who had a number of confrontations with county officials regarding building codes on his five-acre property near La Pine. The book said Medenbach was building his dream home out of discarded refrigerators, water heaters and other such material.

“A ‘code’ is only a suggestion. It’s not a law,” he was quoted as saying, adding, “He subscribes to the legal theory that the courts have no authority over him because all judges belong to the state bar association, which he believes is unconstitutional.”

“I’m willing to pay the price for my convictions,” said Medenbach. “Someday, when the laws become too stringent, people will start waking up.”

Meanwhile, the community the group planned Friday night in Burns has been canceled after county officials denied them permission to hold it at the county-owned fairgrounds.

Travis Williams of the Harney County Safety Committee announced the cancellation Friday morning: “There is no meeting tonight.”

A spokesman for the group, Arizona rancher Robert “LaVoy” Finicum, said they are hoping to reset the meeting for Monday, if they can find a place to hold it.

Finicum acknowledged Friday that not everybody in Harney County wants the group there, adding, “But it’s not about the masses. It’s about the individual.”

Two weeks in, the group’s motives are unwavering: “This land must never be returned to the federal government,” Finicum told NewsChannel 21 during an interview Friday…More

 
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Posted by on January 15, 2016 in Domestic terrorism

 

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Local Resident Want Y’allQaeda To Go Away!

Looks like the Loathsome Cowboys have pretty much worn out their welcome.

Local Residents in vote for Cowzbollah Crazies to go home

Locals Rally Against Militants In Oregon: ‘Knock This Crap Off’

The vast majority at a community meeting indicated they wanted the armed protesters to peacefully leave.

BURNS, Ore. — Hundreds of locals from Harney County, Oregon, packed a fairgrounds building on a freezing Wednesday evening to urge armed militants occupying a federal building to go home.

But even though the attendees disagreed with the occupiers’ aggressive tactics, some said they were grateful to them for drawing attention to the community’s economic struggles.

“Let’s just knock this crap off and go back to being friends and neighbors,” said lifelong resident Jesse Svejcar. He said he disagreed with the protesters, but added: “I will thank them, if nothing else, they gave a lot of good people in this county a voice.”

The meeting, hosted by Harney County Sheriff Dave Ward, opened with a prayer. The sheriff walked to the front of the room to resounding applause, with some boos in the back. He told the crowd that his deputies had been followed home, and his parents were tailed. He said someone flattened a tire on his wife’s car, and she had left town due to stress.

“When I wake up tomorrow, I want to have pleasant thoughts about you — that you did the right thing, that you packed your bags and you went home,” Ward said of the anti-government protesters.

The militants, led by the sons of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, have been holed up at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, about 30 miles from Burns, since Saturday.

“They are desecrating one of our sacred traditional cultural properties,” Charlotte Rodrique, chair of the Burns Paiute Tribal Council, said at an earlier meeting on Wednesday. “They are endangering our children and the safety of our community.”

The occupiers claim the federal land belongs to the mostly white population of eastern Oregon, but Harney County was largely Paiute territory prior to white settlement.

Ward asked people at Wednesday night’s meeting to raise their hands if they wanted the occupiers to peacefully leave. The vast majority did, with a rogue shout of “Let them stay!” Some attendees asked the sheriff to personally pass the message to the occupiers.

“I heard a rancher come in today and say, ‘We’ll send a hundred guys on horseback,'” said one man.

But the community seemed to have a complicated relationship with the Bundy brothers. Some shared the protesters’ concerns about federal land access, and the imprisonment of two local ranchers. And ranchers seeking federal grazing permits and leases see the government as blocking their efforts to make a living.

“I don’t agree with the way that this has all turned out,” said Bill Winn, who said his family had lived in the area since the 1800s. “I do appreciate this being put before America. … I’m glad those guys did it,” he added.

 

 
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Posted by on January 7, 2016 in Domestic terrorism

 

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Twitter Lights Up Y’allQaeda Terrorist Group in Oregon

Twitter has erupted making fun of the “Paytriots” occupying the Melheur Wildlife Center, and suggested names abound…

My suggestions?…

HerfordHarem

Cowbollah

Yours?

 

 

 
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Posted by on January 4, 2016 in Domestic terrorism

 

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Police Officer Shootings Reach Epidemic Proportions

I think almost everyone recognizes that the job of the Police is dangerous. But in the last few days nearly a dozen officers have been shot, with several killed in the past 48 hours…

Two Cops Dead, One Wounded in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Lincoln City Police Officer Shot; Manhunt On
4 Detroit police officers shot, gunman dead in ‘horrifying’ attack
Indianapolis police officer shot in face, in critical condition
LA school officer shot near campus, saved by vest
2 officers, suspect killed during Miami shootout
2 dead, 2 deputies hurt in Port Orchard shootings

This is going beyond crazy.

 
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Posted by on January 24, 2011 in American Genocide

 

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