Nevada Rancher, Bundy, fear feds have infiltrated his militia
The BLM, Bureau of Land Management, brought in over 200 armed federal agents with military styled weapons, equipment, and even snipers against Bundy’s unarmed group.
Militia groups didn’t take too kindly to that so over 5,000 armed personnel arrived in Nevada about 80 miles East of Las Vegas to defend Bundy.
One militia man says at least two federal agents went undercover to gather information and are preparing to make arrests. This latest information is causing increased tensions among those who say their goal is to protect rancher Cliven Bundy. The men say they took an oath to protect, but they are worried there is a rat in the ranks.
“You don’t know until you actually catch somebody,” a man said. “It is always something that we’re always thinking about.”
The militia continue to guard Bundy and the nearby hills 24 hours a day.
The militia feels the alleged federal agents are there to gather information on militia members and eventually conduct a raid on them and Bundy.