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Ammon Bundy’s attorney Tased and arrested after Oregon standoff verdict

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After all defendants in the Oregon standoff were found not guilty — Ammon Bundy and his six followers — Bundy’s lawyer Marcus Mumford was taken into custody Thursday afternoon, Katu.com reports.

The defendants were facing charges of conspiracy after taking over the Malheur National Wildlife Center in Oregon earlier this year.

After the jury handed down their verdict, the Bundy brothers Ammon and Ryan were asked by Judge Anna Brown to stay over their involvement in another standoff in Nevada.

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Mumford reportedly got into a heated argument in the courtroom, which led to him being tased and arrested. He was allegedly yelling about how his client should go free.

Here’s what Shawna Cox, who was also arrested for the takeover of the federal reserve had to say.

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According to KGW News reporter Mike Benner, Mumford was released from custody after being placed in a holding cell. The Bundy lawyer is now facing charges.

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REVEALED: Officials have lied about Afghanistan for years — and failed to admit the war was unwinnable

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A newly revealed batch of government documents reveals senior U.S. officials lied about the war in Afghanistan for years.

The documents, obtained by the Washington Post and generated by a federal project examining the root failures of the war, shows top officials failed to tell the truth about the longest armed conflict in American history and hid unmistakable evidence the war could not be won.

The government tried to shield the identities of most of the officials interviewed for the project and hide nearly everything they said, but the newspaper won the release of the documents under the Freedom of Information Act following a three-year legal battle.

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Congress must weigh Trump’s poisonous narcissism — as well as his corruption: Yale psychiatrist

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On Thursday, leading psychiatrists and I, along with more than 650 other mental health professionals, submitted a “Petition to the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives,” to include our statement on the psychological dangers of the president. It reads: “We are speaking out at this time because … as the time of possible impeachment approaches, Donald Trump has the real potential to become ever more dangerous, a threat to the safety of our nation.” We believe we have an ethical obligation to warn of the danger that Mr. Trump poses as the impeachment process proceeds and have offered ourselves for consultation.

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Trump official who doesn’t want poor people to have publicly-funded healthcare wants public to pay for stolen Ivanka jewelry

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President Donald Trump's official in charge of Medicare and Medicaid, Seema Verma, came under fire after Politico reported Saturday that she submitted a $47,000 claim for reimbursement on the taxpayers' dime for stolen, uninsured items items.

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The bulk of the claim—for which the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) ultimately reimbursed her $2,852.40—was for roughly $43,000 worth of jewelry. Among the roughly two dozen pieces was an Ivanka Trump brand pendant whose estimated value was $5,900, according to documents obtained by Politico. A $325 claim for moisturizer was also among the items included.

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