Operation Mutual Aid Militia

According to its website, Operation Mutual Aid provides “defense of public and private property, lives, and liberty to exercise God-given rights, seen plainly in the laws of Nature, and codified in the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights, at the request of such parties in need of such defense.” In 1998, a federal court ordered Cliven Bundy to cease grazing his livestock on an area of federal land known as the Bunkerville Allotment, and required him to pay the federal government $200 per day per head of cattle remaining on federal lands. Fifteen years later, Bundy continued to defy this court order. In April 2014 the government hired wranglers to round up Bundy’s livestock, impounding a total of 352 cattle, causing a tense standoff broke out between a group of Bundy’s supporters and federal rangers armed with stun guns and police dogs. Operation Mutual Aid Militia provided 100-150 militiamen to challenge BLM's law enforcement…

Operation Mutual Aid Militia is an active group formed c. 2014.

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