A second memo from Whistleblower Agent Wooten has been sent to the DOJ, the prosecution and the defense attorneys. Many of you will remember the first Wooten memo during the trial that exposed BLM Agent Dan Love’s kill list, the snipers pointed at the protesters, the undisclosed 24 hour surveillance of the Bundy ranch, the prosecutorial misconduct of Steve Myhre surrounding this hidden discovery and much, much more. Shortly after the 1st memo was released, a mistrial with prejudice was ruled by Judge Navarro. (Read the first memo here: https://d2jhuj1whasmze.cloudfront.net/docs/Larry%20Wooten%20Communication_77PI.pdf) It was proven that the original grand jury indictment was filled with complete lies and yet no charges have been filed against those involved in this conspiracy. Hundreds of millions of tax paying dollars have been waisted incarcerating and trying men on false accusations. Two men were even convicted during the first trial on these false charges. Greg Burleson and Tood Engle. Others pled out under duress and coercion and men like Jerry Delemus is in prison for this today.
Well, we have whistleblower memo #2 that has been sent to the DOJ, the prosecution and the defense attorneys, and it is currently under seal. Our question is always the same: Why hide the truth? Its so easy to tell so just tell it and let the public decide who is in the wrong. The memo reveals that there are agents now willing to testify to even more egregious government misconduct in this case of The United States of America VS Cliven Bundy Et Al. Let them speak and let the truth be told!
It appears the prosecution keeps falling into the pit they dug for the people. Let us see Justice and Liberty for all and dismiss the ENTIRE original indictment against those who came to the aid of their neighbor in Bunkerville in 2014.
A good reminder for all states:
“The people of this state do not yield their sovereignty to the agencies that serve them. The people, in delegating authority, do not give their public servants the right to decide what is good for the people to know and what is not good for them to know. The people insist on remaining informed so that they may maintain control over the instruments that they have created.”
Public Records Act Washington State
(Pictured below: Duane Ehmer riding Hellboy from his home in Oregon to a California Federal Prison to serve his 1 year sentence for protesting for the Hammonds). #freethehammonds #justiceforlavoy #freethepatriots