two Bundys, three others balk at pleas in NV standoff case

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 5:35 AM

Ammon Bundy said that he was mistreated while he was taken by authorities to NV from Oregon, where he and the others have been held since their arrests in the occupation of a U.

two Bundys, three others balk at pleas in NV standoff case

Two sons of NV rancher Cliven Bundy and three other men refused to enter pleas Friday in federal Ct in Las Vegas to charges in an armed confrontation with government agents two years ago.

Ammon Bundy said that he was mistreated while he was taken by authorities to NV from Oregon, where he and the others have been held since their arrests in the occupation of a U. S. wildlife refuge this year.

Ryan Bundy said he wants to serve as his own lawyer.

Blaine Cooper and Ryan Payne said their rights are being violated.

Brian Cavalier offered federal prosecutors a pocket duplicate of the U. S. Constitution.

The men are among nineteen people facing conspiracy, obstruction, weapon and assault charges in the April two thousand fourteen standoff with federal agents near Bunkerville.

Magistrate Judge George Foley Jr. entered not guilty pleas for each man and ordered them to stay in federal custody.

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