By Ricardo Montalban
January 27, 2016
Sheriff Ward is a former BLM employee. He read from a script designed to rebuke the public arming itself and rebelling against the illegal UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INC corporation masquerading as our government. Of course we have a right to arm and rebel. That is written into the Constitution. The whole reason for the rebellion is because of the abuses and illegal actions of the present corporation play acting as the USG. Sheriff Ward, your bad acting without convincing emotion is noted. You forgot the tears. What a phony traitor. Over 200 rounds were fired into their vehicle. They wanted Bundy dead. Plain and simple. Only God saved them.
Sheriff to Oregon militants: ‘Go home‘
The sheriff of this small community has a short, unmistakable message for the militants occupying a complex of federal buildings southeast of town.
During a news conference that lasted only about a minute Monday afternoon, Harney County Sheriff David Ward read from prepared statements condemning the group led by the sons of controversial Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy. (link)
Sheriff Ward took a highly adversarial position to the plight of the Hammonds, and continues to make a loud call for Aamon Bundy to step-down and discontinue the ongoing protest at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge.
By all accounts Harney County Sheriff Dave Ward wants this story out of public visibility ASAP.
We might have just discovered why.
A David Ward formerly worked for the Federal Bureau of Land Management and appears to have actually been a witness against the Hammond family in the ridiculous federal terrorism trial back in 2012.
From affidavits and court transcript records you find the following (Full pdf)
INTEL SITREP - JANUARY 16, 2017
TRN/USN NOW TRADING IN ASIA
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT AFTER INAUGURATION
INAUGURATION TO HAVE UNEXPECTED OUTCOME
OBAMA TO SHOCK THE WORLD
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Wednesday, January 27, 2016
By Ricardo Montalban