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THE TRUTH #27 – The BLM doesn’t want you to know about their plans to send America’s wild horses to Guyana

Wild Horse Freedom Federation issues THE TRUTH to share Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents and information with the public.  Be sure to subscribe HERE to Wild Horse Freedom Federation, so that you can receive email alerts.

THE TRUTH #27 – The BLM doesn’t want you to know about their plans to send America’s wild horses to Guyana.

One of our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits involves our efforts to obtain copies of BLM briefings on many public lands topics.  While reviewing one attachment containing 400 pages, it seems that the only  paragraph that the BLM redacted in those 400 pages was a paragraph about the “Horse Transfer to Guyana.”

To learn about our concerns regarding the BLM’s plans to send America’s wild horses to Guyana, read HERE.

Although Stan Brock of Remote Area Medical (RAM) died late August, 2018, this Guyana plan was supposedly approved, so we’re waiting for the BLM to inform the public about this plan and if RAM is still involved.

See FOIA documents below (Click on each page to enlarge):

   

   

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  1. The Plot to Loot America’s Wilderness
    A little-known bureaucrat named James Cason is reshaping the Department of the Interior.
    By Adam Federman
    NOVEMBER 16, 2017

    CASON has cycled in and out of Republican administrations since the early 1980s and has largely avoided public attention. But people who have worked with him know him as a highly effective administrator and a disciple of some of the department’s most notorious anti-environment leaders in previous years—a “hatchet man,” in the words of one former DOI employee who worked with him during the George W. Bush administration.

    CASON is one of only a handful of political appointees with deep knowledge of the Department of the Interior. (The DOI declined to make Cason available for an interview.) He faithfully carried out the agendas of two of the most controversial interior secretaries in recent memory—James Watt and Gale Norton. From 1985 to 1989, during the Reagan administration, Cason was deputy assistant secretary for land and minerals management; in that capacity, he worked closely with Steven Griles, a former coal lobbyist and the chief architect of some of the most environmentally destructive policies of the Reagan years.
    https://www.thenation.com/article/the-plot-to-sell-americas-wilderness/

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