FBI Reviews Complaint About BLM Wild Horse Roundup

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: June 23, 2010

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13 Responses to “FBI Reviews Complaint About BLM Wild Horse Roundup”

  1. jan eaker Says:

    well, i hope something comes of this!

  2. Jill Says:

    Arrest the culprits, stop this insanity and get the horses on their way back home to freedom!!!

    Hopefully, they would have a better chance of survival than where they are being held captive, even with injuries and loss of family members and new additions to their herds!

    Please! will someone with some sense, reason and compassion within our government, take some responsibility!!!

  3. sandra longley Says:

    Well, they broke transportation laws when they moved Calico horses out of state for adoptions..Once they collected more than they had deemed “excess”..they became horse theives when they moved them..What the FBI is prepared to do..who knows..but it shows the BLM and salazar that we mean business

    • sandra longley Says:

      Bob Abbey was quoted in an article during the calico lawsuit, saying” bring it on” and thats exactly what we should do..

      • Marilyn Wargo Says:

        If the FBI does nothing it is another cop out. They have arrested all manner of people in the government over the years. They are The Man and they better act like it. I cannot believe that BLM/DOI is above the law. mar

  4. Janet Ferguson Says:

    Does anyone know anything about this group? (From NEVADA page of BLM website)

    Go back and read the 2009 minutes — very revealing.

    http://www.blm.gov/nv/st/en/res/resource_advisory/sierra_front-northwestern.html

  5. jan eaker Says:

    the horses that were taken to the Great Falls MT event, those that were not adopted, have been sent on to others, so already have their 1st strike!

  6. Donna Buscemi Says:

    According to 1339. Limitation of Authority in The Wild Free-Roaming Horses & Burros Act of 1971
    “NOTHING IN THIS ACT SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO AUTHORIZE THE SECRETARY TO RELOCATE WILD FREE-ROAMING HORSES OR BURROS TO AREAS OF THE PUBLIC LANDS WHERE THEY DO NOT PRESENTLY EXIST”
    So Salazar would be in violation of the Act to move them to the Midwest or East
    Donna

    • Linda Says:

      Salaczar doesn’t care about anything but productivity and profit, so why should he care about protecting the wild ones or obeying the law?

      What’s the Biblical quote about the sparrows “they neither sow, nor do they reap”?

      Many species aren’t “productive” in a monetary sense, but that doesn’t mean we have some kind of “human right” to eradicate them.

    • Janet Ferguson Says:

      Aldo Leopold said that we need to see “the land” as a community that we belong to, rather than something for our own use.

    • sandra longley Says:

      The new ROAM bill would give them that authority, I contacted IDA to verify and they said that is so…Roam bill must have that changed before it passes.

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