Police and SWAT teams arrive at Bundy Ranch as feds conclude cattle roundup

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As Twitchy reported, the Bureau of Land Management has backed off for now in the cattle roundup on Bundy Ranch in Nevada, deciding to “conclude the cattle gather because of our serious concern about safety of employees and members of public.”

However, Fox News reporter Matt Finn this afternoon says that dozens of police and SWAT agents have arrived to keep the peace as protesters flood Interstate 15, blocking traffic and demanding the release of Cliven Bundy’s cattle.


#BundyBattle RECAP:
– BLM has stopped cattle round-up
– Protesters have taken to I-15
– SWAT, police on scene
– Major traffic problems— 8 News NOW (@8NewsNow) April 12, 2014


Senator Dean Heller has weighed in, urging protesters to disperse.


Fortunately, it seems that a traffic tie-up might be the extent of the problem today.


Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/04/12/police-and-swat-teams-arrive-at-bundy-ranch-as-feds-conclude-cattle-roundup/

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