Friday, October 28, 2016

Marcus Mumford, Ammon Bundy's attorney, describes being tased in courtroom

Moments after the Oregon standoff defendants' acquittals were announced in court Thursday, Ammon Bundy's lawyer Marcus Mumford stood before the judge, and argued that his client should be released from custody immediately and allowed to walk out of the courtroom a free man.

Ammon Bundy, who chose to wear blue jails scrubs throughout the trial, was dressed in a gray suit Thursday.

U.S. District Judge Anna J. Brown told him that there was a U.S. Marshal's hold on him from a pending federal indictment in Nevada.


  1. When the judge ordered the marshalls to stand back, they
    totally disregarded her. The court room was her jurisdiction.
    Yep, we have a real problem in our country. No respect for
    the Rule of Law all the way around. It's coming!

  2. I hope Bundy &Co. like gitmo. Because if the government loses in Nevada that is the next stop on the federal rail road (pardon the pun) Short of a Pardon from the POTUS the "Bundy 7" will likely not see the outside of a federal prison for many years. If they are allowed to survive at all.---Ray

    1. if the government loses in Nevada

      They have already lost as they stated they have accepted the results. & once again, we shall see.