Thousands of supporters attempt to seize back cattle
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
April 12, 2014
UPDATE: Following Bundy supporters confronting feds near a cattle pen who threatened to shoot them, the BLM has agreed to release 100 cattle from a corral outside of Mesquite.
BLM federal agents are threatening to shoot Cliven Bundy supporters who are attempting to seize back stolen cattle as a showdown looms.
Go to 3:39 in the video to learn about the feds’ threatening to shoot people.
Despite the fact that the Bureau of Land Management has backed down and announced it will cease its operation to round up Bundy’s cattle, the rancher gave Gillespie a one hour time limit to seize all firearms from BLM agents involved in the siege.
Video footage from the scene in Bunkerville shows hundreds of cowboys on horseback, with supporters now vowing to take back hundreds of cattle the feds have already stolen from Bundy.
Infowars reporter David Knight is at the center of the scene and says he clearly heard BLM federal agents threaten to shoot men, women and children.
Police are now blocking roads and demanding that hundreds of Bundy supporters turn back as tensions mount.
SWAT teams are also in place.
— Anonymous 0407 (@Anonymous0407) April 12, 2014
Some are now reporting that BLM have pulled out of the area and police are allowing vehicles to pass.
@PrisonPlanet BLM has pulled out Highway patrol backed down…..letting vehicles pass…..My friend is on scene
— Conservative Leader (@ConservativeLDR) April 12, 2014
The Las Vegas Review Journal is reporting that the BLM has agreed to completely cave and release all the cattle they rounded up.
UPDATE: BLM will release cattle caught in Bunkerville roundup. More to come. #BundyRanch
— Las Vegas ReviewJrnl (@reviewjournal) April 12, 2014
— TheTrue99 (@TheTrue99) April 12, 2014
Although a deal was brokered to end the siege, the situation remains volatile.
Keep checking back for updates at Infowars.com and watch our live stream below.