POSTED: Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 6:13pm
UPDATED: Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 11:16am
Tyler (KETK) — Going back to the Nevada situation we spoke of yesterday, here's another similar story. I've been keeping up with this for about two months.
This is from CNS News and they got this from the Associated Press.
In Breckenridge Colorado, a couple has agreed to sell a 10-acre parcel in the Colorado mountains to Summit County for open space after a months-long court battle. The Summit Daily News reports Andy and Ceil Barrie reached a $115,000 settlement on Friday after court-ordered mediation.
County authorities moved to seize the land by eminent domain in October, saying water quality and wildlife habitat were threatened because the Barries wanted to use a motorized all-terrain vehicle to cross national forest land to get to the property.
Andy Barrie said he thought he had a valid argument, but he had already spent about $80,000 in legal fees and couldn't afford more-- how convenient.
The feds just starved them out. They were thrown out of their home and had to buy some flat land because they dared to ride a four-wheeler on their property.
And I was thinking about the deal in Nevada, you have those BLM agents out there with guns drawn on the rancher who would not pat grazing fees. He wouldn't not pay his grazing fees and they draw guns.
But, as far as I know, no guns have been drawn on the land the BLM patrols on the border where illegals and drugs are being brought into this country.
That's my point of view, whats yours?