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Considered Missing? Are Ammon and Ryan Bundy Victims of an American Gestapo?

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Published on: November 14, 2016

Last week, we reported that Ammon and Ryan Bundy were being held somewhere in Seattle more than two weeks after their acquittal. Yesterday, questions were raised as to whether or not they have become victims of American Gestapo tactics.

Deb Jordan with The Pete Santilli Show posted to her Facebook wall:

AMMON AND RYAN BUNDY BEING HELD IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT STILL IN SEATTLE WASHINGTON?? CONSIDERED MISSING

ACTIONS OF THE UNITES STATES MARSHAL SERVICE CLOSELY RESEMBLE HITLER’S GESTAPO’S PRACTICE KNOWN AS “NIGHT AND FOG” WHERE PRISONERS WOULD DISAPPEAR INTO THE NIGHT AND FOG AND WOULD EVENTUALLY END UP IN A CONCENTRATION CAMP OR NEVER HEARD FROM AGAIN.

Field Marshall Keitel (GESTAPO)

“Efficient and enduring intimidation can only be achieved either by capital punishment or by measures by which the relatives of the criminals do not know the fate of the criminal…The prisoners are, in future, to be transported to Germany secretly, and further treatment of the offenders will take place here; these measures will have a deterrent effect because: A. The prisoners will vanish without a trace. B. No information may be given as to their whereabouts or their fate.”

Victims of the Night and Fog Decree were usually arrested in the middle of the night and quickly taken to prisons hundreds of miles away for questioning and torture, eventually arriving at the concentration camps of Natzweiler or Gross-Rosen, if they survived. #nightandfog#ammonbundynotguilty #ryanbundynotguilty

Nearly three weeks ago the Bundy brothers and five others were acquitted on all charges in their protest at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. However, they were set to be transported to Nevada to face similar charges that resulted from their stand against the Bureau of Land Management and the FBI regarding their land and cattle. That transport never came.

In September, reporter Pete Santilli had all charges against him in the Oregon Maheur case dropped. He was almost immediately transported to Nevada where he awaits his trial in early 2016.

So, the question is, where are the Bundy Brothers three weeks later?

Understanding that Dwight and Steven Hammond, who are currently serving five years in prison for doing exactly what the BLM does all the time, were charged with terrorism. If you recall correctly, there was this little thing in the NDAA regarding indefinite detention of those merely suspected of terrorism. In other words, it completely bypassed the Fifth Amendment and basically treated someone on US soil as though they had committed a crime or were engaged in terrorism, even though they had not done anything. Senator Lindsey Graham even said that someone who was suspected of that should not even get a lawyer. We’re talking guilty until proven innocent here!

Is this what is happening to the Bundy brothers? Are they considered terrorists, even terrorist leaders, and they are simply being silenced? You don’t see anything about them in the news anymore, do you? And many people simply do not care. What a shame! Let’s start making people aware of what is going on here.

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