> Black knives matter.
> So now it makes a difference that the building is
> owned by the ROTC vs. the Fed's? Isn't this about
> the principle?
You're the one who said it was a federal building. It wasn't. And that was the 60's. Kids staged that sort of thing on college campuses on a regular basis. They could have gone to jail, but didn't because the university president didn't press charges.
What kind of weapons were they armed with? Uzis? Box cutters? Three hole punches? I still can't find that information.
> Replace the armed men with a mentally disturbed
> person who is alone in the empty building but
> holding a gun...still think the FBI should run and
> gun him simply because he's in a Fed building
> preventing Fed employees from accessing their
> 'safe space'?
We're not talking about someone who is alone in a building, Dean. Surely you can see the difference here? Mentally disturbed people need special handling. These are grown men, armed, and in full possession of their faculties who have expressed a willingness to kill.
> I'm glad that they are drawing attention to the
> crooked Fed court system. What occurred to that
> Ranching family, and likely dozens more who were
> crushed before them, is a travesty of justice.
I doubt it. They've bilked us out of millions and destroyed entire ecosystems in the process. It's not their land and never was. Like I said, they're just a bunch of welfare queens who want something for nothing.
> So...you won't pull the trigger but you cheer for
> the deaths of American citizens by the hands of
> those who would (and are) oppressors.
Okay, now you've gone off the deep end.