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Nevada Defendants Accuse The Government Of Tampering With BLM Video Evidence In Cliven Bundy Case

• The Pete Santilli Show
Defendants are also accusing the FBI "infiltration team" who posed as a documentary film crew called Long Bow,  of editing video at crucial moments to make defendants who gave interviews look guilty of crimes they did not commit.
 
On at least 5 different occasions the defendants in the case say that video used to gain their indictments and create the Governments narrative that has kept them all in jail pending trial, was clearly altered at crucial moments to hide what they believe would expose the BLM as the aggressors and not the "victims" as Prosecutor Steven Myhre contends.
 
We have found at least 5 different clear cases of evidence tampering and have only viewed 1/4 of the discovery that was recently released to us by the Prosecutors office say defendants, who have begun the process of creating a power point demonstration that will be viewed by defense attorney's on October 7, 2016.
 
On April 9th, 2014 a video was released by Guerrilla Media Network [Pete Santilli] that showed the brutal tazing of Cliven Bundy's Son, Ammon Bundy.  During that protest there was also a vicious attack by a BLM agent on Margaret Houston, a 57 year old cancer survivor and Cliven Bundy's sister.  It was not until Fox News picked up the video and aired it live the following morning on the program Fox and Friends,  that people from across the Nation felt compelled to pack up and come to Bundy Ranch in protest of the aggressive attack on the family. While the defendants are not allowed to disclose  what was said by BLM agents leading up to the  attack on protestors, they allege that at least 5 seconds of audio recorded during the protest on April 9th,  was altered by the BLM to cover-up what BLM agents actually said.
 
Defendants also stated, that BLM video shot during the protest on April 12th, 2014 – of protestors that accompanied Ammon Bundy to retrieve cattle Sheriff Douglas Gillespi said could be released,  was again altered to omit some of what Daniel P. Love and other agents were communicating back and forth to one another.
If people could actually hear what the BLM was saying to one another and how eager they were to have a confrontation, Prosecutor Steven Myhre's fairytale about BLM Agent Daniel P. Love and his underlings being fearful for their lives would be seen for exactly what it is — a lie.

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