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Federal Agents Preparing to Arrest Our Sheriffs

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"The two weakest arguments for any issue on the House floor are moral and constitutional"
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County Sheriff Can Bust Big Bro

Bighorn County Sheriff Dave Mattis spoke at a press conference following a recent U.S. District Court decision (Case No. 2:96-cv-099-J (2006)) and announced that all federal officials are forbidden to enter his county without his prior approval ......

"If a sheriff doesn’t want the Feds in his county he has the constitutional right and power to keep them out, or ask them to leave, or retain them in custody."



I'd be interested in hearing the the feds justify their jurisdiction to arrest a duely elected constitutional officer within a State, when the sheriffs' jurisdiction is a territory OF a given State, and foreign the jurisdiction of the United States. This could be interesting jurisprudence.

It might even ignite a firestorm of indignation from the people of those states. What that might look like is anyone's guess.

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Bogus story: Watch

Is your link

more believable than the OP link?

which would you trust?

Opinion or the statement from Congressmen? Do you think people who made an opinion are the right people to be trusted? Just because they are good as the readers?

Won't know who is correct

until I see it on paper.

I don't trust the NRA.


I would like to see the real paper too

Oh I got it!

Opinion, right?


what is it?


Original Poster

Don't listen to media or anyone

I only trust to read or listen is the SB 13-013 bill! No one else.

Check this out.


Do the feds have the authority

to willy-nilly arrest sheriffs? Not that that matters anymore.....

Wait and See

We cannot say "it will be happen or not". All we have to wait and see what's up with Congressmen in Colorado. Only way we will know the answer.

Get to KNOW your sheriff, not just the hype.

Look more closely. Many of the "liberty" sheriffs are, in fact, not. They are ex-mil-in*tel, ex-D**Ea, ex-"Ag*ncy. They play a role, very nicely, and those pro-liberty folks who aren't paying attention or who don't know them fall right in line.

So, the "planned arrests" are likely of the "liberty" sheriffs who are out side of the alphabet soup control program, i.e. not many of the sheriffs you think are liberty ones.

Don't ask me who. Research yourself. You'll be pretty suprised. Nothing is as it seems.

I agree.

Well said and I am not surprised. I am thinking about move out of here and find a liberty town.