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Nevada Prosecutors Employ Troll Tactics Against Oregon Standoff Reporter: He “Served in the Role of Bundy’s Shill”

Nevada Prosecutors Employ Troll Tactics Against Oregon Standoff Reporter: He “Served in the Role of Bundy’s Shill”

Tim Brown | Freedom Outpost

It seems that many who are doing the bidding of the criminal DC government don't get that those of us in the independent media do not, and will not, go along with establishment media and real government shill entities. Such is the case with Nevada prosecutors who are seeking to continue to hold reporter Pete Santilli in jail for alleged "conspiracy" against the federal government as they employ the tactics of internet trolls by claiming that Santilli has served in the "role of [Cliven] Bundy's shill, propagandist, recruiter, inciter of other and foot soldier" in order to keep Santilli behind bars.

I confess from the outset that I consider Pete Santilli to be a friend, so I make no bones about that. However, for a prosecutor to make such claims as those above without evidence amounts to them acting as a common internet troll and not as those seeking justice under the law.

According to a 60-page memorandum issued by Nevada prosecutors who are seeking to keep reporter Pete Santilli in jail, they are imploring internet troll type language in order to stop Santilli from being released.

According to the memorandum, the prosecutors wrote, "Santilli served in the role of Bundy's shill, propagandist, recruiter, inciter of others, and foot soldier – a role he served until his arrest and one he will likely resume if he is released."

Shill? Propagandist? Recruiter? Inciter? Foot Soldier? Really guy? You must be kidding to have practiced law and include such statements without any proof.

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