Ammon Bundy, the leader of the militant group that took over an Oregon wildlife refuge earlier this year, plans to challenge in court the federal government’s authority over the land. The challenge is part of Bundy’s defense against federal charges regarding the 41-day takeover, including conspiring to impede federal officers, possession of firearms or dangerous weapons in a federal facility and other charges. Bundy’s attorney, Lissa Casey, made the argument in a late Friday filing in which she said she plans to moved to dismiss the case because the federal court does not have jurisdiction in the matter. Good the Bundy family is still fighting the Federal government on land rights in America. Per the US Constitution the Federal government cannot own land in the 50 US states which include Hawaii and Alaska, unless it is a territory or a state allows the Federal government to build a base or port on state land. The case against the Bundy family should be dismissed for the Federal government fought the American people on land they have no right to, in both the state of Nevada and the state of Oregon. We even witnessed the FBI kill a man in Lavoy Finnicum over these land issues, in which Lavoy Finnicum was shot nine times in which he had his hands raised. So we have two unlawful acts created by the Federal government over this issue, the first being the un-Constitutional claim to state land and the second killing an America citizen who posed no threat whose 4th amendment right was stripped from him with his life. The sad thing is that this court hearing will be pushed back forever until Ammon rots in prison. The good thing about this ordeal that happened in Oregon, is that is has allowed American citizens to learn land rights in America in which the Federal government cannot own land in a state, unless given permission to basically build a military base. Likely this case will be pushed down the road until no end, when by law if you are not given a court date and proper due process. You must be released by your captures in which due process was not followed like in this case. So another thing we see being broken in this case is due process law or the fourth amendment.