BLM Obstructs Justices in San Juan County

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) over stepped their authority by impeding the San Juan County Sheriff’s investigation in to the illegal road closure of county road D0570. The following email outlines clearly how key BLM employees impeded the Sheriff Department’s investigation. Obstruction of Justice Eighteen different BLM employees received this email.  The email specifically addresses the following employees Monticello BLM Manager Thomas Heinlein, BLM Solicitor Larry Jensen, and Jason D Moore Supervisory Staff Law Enforcement Ranger as the individual writing the email.  Before going on folks need to know what…

BLM Violates Federal Law in Indian Creek

On October 21, 2005, Monticello Field Office Manager Sandra A. Meyers signed the “Finding of No Significant Impact and Decision Record Environmental Assessment UT – 090-00-47 Indian Creek Corridor Plan and EA Monticello Field Office.”  This document basically stated that Mrs. Meyers had “determined that the action  will not have a significant effect on the human environment.  An environmental impact statement is, therefore, not required.” With little local support from the citizens of San Juan County, the Bureau of Land Management (“BLM”) would move forward on developing the federally designated Indian…

A single picture is worth a thousand perspectives.

Earlier today, I was reading more about the situation on the Bundy Ranch in Nevada. Trying to find information about what exactly was going on, and see what everyone was upset about. While doing that I cam across several different stories about the same situation. To me it just shows how different news outlets view the same situation, with the same people. I am not saying anyone is right or wrong, or that anyone else with a different view is biased in one way or another. But the headlines from…