The arrest reports started rolling in yesterday when the Bundy Ranch Facebook page began squawking that Dave Bundy, son of Cliven and brother of Ammon, had been arrested at the Bundy Ranch.
It was later reported that Mel Bundy, another of Cliven’s sons, who participated in both the Nevada and Oregon standoffs, had also been nabbed in the net of arrests. The feds were just getting started. Let’s take a look at who else they picked up for a likely long occupation of federal jail cells:
Jerry DeLemus is the co-chair of “Veterans for Trump.” He was also the self-described “commander of the base camp” at the heavily armed Bundy Ranch standoff 2014. He’s married to New Hampshire state representative Susan DeLemus.
Jerry DeLemus faces nine federal charges that include:
… conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States, threatening a federal law enforcement officer, assault on a federal officer, obstruction of justice, attempting to impede or injure a federal law enforcement officer, interference with interstate commerce by extortion, and several firearms charges, according to court records.
Idaho resident Eric “EJ” Parker was among four Idaho residents arrested yesterday. Eric Parker became famous after photographs showed him pointing his gun directly at federal agents during the standoff near Cliven Bundy’s ranch in Bunkerville, Nevada.
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