Meanwhile, some of the Bundys and their supporters have complaints of their own. On Friday, Bundy's sister, sons and several supporters filed criminal reports against the BLM agents who tried to take Bundy's cattle, accusing them of impersonating police officers, assault and threatening with deadly weapons. Bundy's son Ammon said the BLM agents could go and file their own complaints against the people who threatened them.
The police department didn't appear to be taking the Bundy complaints very seriously, telling the Las Vegas Review-Journal in a statement: "It is not our practice to take crime reports on law enforcement agencies conducting a law enforcement function."
The BLM's response was one sentence long: "We welcome Mr. Bundy's new interest in the American legal system."
confiscate and sell as many cattle as it takes to pay taxpayers what he stole from them ... then prosecute him and his t-bag cowboys for criminal charges relating to assault on law enforcement officers, etc. ... make sure all is highly publicized ... real taxpayers need to teach extremists a lesson ...