HOUSTON, (Horseback) – A federal helicopter chase contractor has acknowledged there was plenty of water in an Elko County, Nevada wild horse area, contradicting what government lawyers told a U.S. District Judge last month.
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His four, small legs pounded and slipped through the snow, rocks and ice. He was loosing her, he couldn’t keep up. Through the blowing snow and the roaring sound from above she kept running and running as fast as she could.
Last week the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) fell right off from the radar screen. Besides conducting their murderous and heinous crimes on private property, so that the press and taxpaying public cannot observe, they turned off virtually every form of electronic communication. It all fit the pattern of cloak and dagger, dark and dirty acts needing to be concealed and of course; they are not only above the law but well beyond being burdened with any fair and honest public opinion. So it came as no surprise to me that their paranoia continued to grow.
LAS VEGAS — The contractor for the Bureau of Land Management is denying they are intentionally keeping wild horse advocates from observing roundups.