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Pardon for Hammonds Sitting on Trumps Desk

Pardon for Hammonds Sitting on Trumps Desk

6/11/2018 9:53:00 AM/Categories: Popular Posts, General News, Livestock, Grains, National News

IMPORTANT NEWS REGARDING DWIGHT AND STEVEN HAMMOND:  The pardon for Dwight and Steven Hammond is in President Trump’s office.  It is critical that we IMMEDIATELY gather as many signatures as possible to show support of their pardon.  Please follow the link and sign the petition and then confirm your signature via email.

Follow this link to sign the White House 

Petition to pardon the Hammonds:  URL: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/pardon-dwight-and-steven-hammond

 

The Hammond case is viewed by many in the West, and indeed across the nation, as a manifest miscarriage of justice akin to double jeopardy.   As long as Dwight and Steven Hammond remain in jail for what is obviously a gross miscarriage of justice, this matter remains a blight on the federal regulatory agencies and the criminal justice system.

Rural communities of the West are greatly appreciative of the efforts of the Trump administration to restore the economies of these communities.

We respectfully ask President Trump to pardon Dwight and Steven Hammond .

 

For additional information:

Follow this link for details about the Hammond and the full letter submitted by Protect The Harvest:

http://protecttheharvest.com/2018/01/06/appeal-trump-administration-commute-sentence-dwight-steve-hammond/

 

Link to foxnews.com article by Perry Pendley, President of Mountain States Legal Foundation: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/05/19/trump-should-pardon-oregon-ranchers-arent-terrorists.html

 

 

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2 comments on article "Pardon for Hammonds Sitting on Trumps Desk"

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jeff wilson

6/11/2018 10:29 AM

With the past liberal/progressive administrations the Federal government employees are becoming what they are accusing the Hammonds' of being--domestic terrorists--

The childhood expression 'What you say is what you are' fit these government 'servants'.

These illegal government 'takings' under various disguised ie the Salish Kootnie water compact are what our founding fathers were aware of and preventing the our constitution.


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Sandra J. Smith

6/16/2018 9:13 AM

This is such a horrendous case of Government take over of our very lives I have ever heard of. Our livelihood is being destroyed; our way of life in this great USof A being literally destroyed by Liberal thinking people. Where did they come from?

It is pretty evident there are some out there that are Hell bent on destroying our country. Unfortunately THEY ARE MAKING SNEAKY INROADS ON OUR cONSTITUTION and way of life. We better wake up darn quick.

Get the Hammonds out of Jail. The ones who put them there are the ones that should be in JAIL themselves. How can they live with themselves.

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