Feds, caught ‘suborning perjury,’ demand to continue Bundy case


The federal government, even though caught “suborning perjury,” will appeal the dismissal of a case against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, his sons and supporters over the 2014 armed standoff with Bureau of Land Management agents.

That’s according to Bundy’s lawyer, former Department of Justice attorney Larry Klayman, who pointed out to the government, apparently to no avail, the “gross injustice” of the case.  

Klayman said on Wednesday: “The Department of Justice, which has sadly become known as the ‘Department of Injustice,’ is going ahead by with its appeal of the dismissal of the indictment a year ago, characteristically ‘circling the wagons’ to cover the dishonest and unethical tracks of Steven Mahre, Dan Schiess and other prosecutors in the office of the U.S. Attorney for the District of Nevada.

He said the prosecutors “were previously caught lying to the court, suborning perjury, threatening whistleblower Larry Wooten and, put simply, committing crimes.”

“This is more than an outrage; it shows that my alma mater has become corrupt to the core under its past and current ‘leadership.’ Again, with God’s grace and intervention, my client Cliven Bundy will win this appeal, as he and his sons previously prevailed before the lower court!”

Read more at https://www.wnd.com/2019/01/feds-caught-suborning-perjury-demands-to-continue-bundy-case/#GThSWlMGXZ634VyR.99

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