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If you want to attend a town hall meeting in Estancia, you're going to have to be armed. The new rule was approved during a meeting last week by town leaders and now they could be hit with a lawsuit for it. "In order to attend an Estancia town meeting, one must be legally armed,” said Estancia Mayor Nathan Dial. Dial proposed the rule at their last meeting – it passed by a 3-2 margin, with Dial as the deciding vote. "This rule is in direct response to what the state did,” said Dial. Dial said after it was decided that lawmakers couldn't carry in the Roundhouse, he wanted to implement the exact opposite...MORE
So it begins: FBI raids home of mom who protested school board At home with 3 children when federal agents dema
This is the first known case of the federal government making good on its promise to not only intimidate but actually carry out a raid on a mom who was involved in her local school board politics, said Brannon Howse, who interviewed Sherronna Bishop at Lindell TV Wednesday night.
The U.S. Department of Justice and Attorney General Merrick Garland issued an Oct. 4 memorandum directing federal, state and local law enforcement to look for parents to prosecute nationwide who may have made “threats” and made “harassing” phone calls to school board members nationwide, equating such parents to domestic terrorists.
Now a mother, Sherronna Bishop of Grand Junction, Colorado, has felt the brute force of the FBI’s heavily armed SWAT unit used against her family.
She was at home with her three children about 9:30 a.m. Tuesday when she heard someone pounding on the front door, then using a battering ram to break it down. She said the officers “manhandled” her 18-year-old daughter, pulling her up the stairs by her hoodie, while another officer put her in handcuffs and ushered her out of the house. They proceeded to search the entire house...MORE