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Marty Gleave is a 25 year veteran as Sheriff in Piute County, Utah and he has seen the Bureau of Land Management's land grab go from bad to worse in this time.

He's pretty fed up and isn't afraid to voice what is occurring in Utah where BLM controls 74% of the land.

Sheriff Gleave calls the feds out for their "mismanagement".

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A Utah sheriff has put out the word that he will not allow his county to be overrun by the unconstitutional Bureau of Land Management and the US Forest Service, and has gone so far as to warn the BLM that he will “deputize everyone and arrest all federal agents” should they enter his county in a similar manner to that of those in Nevada and Oregon.

Sheriff Marty Gleave has been serving the county he is in as sheriff for nearly 25 years. According to Gleave, all he has seen is that things “get progressively worse and worse and worse with the so-called land police.”

Gleave serves Piute County, which is the second smallest county by population in Utah. However, following theprotests in Oregon, the arrests of many protesters at Bundy Ranch, including Cliven Bundy and the murder of LaVoy Finicum, Gleave addressed the Rural Caucus of the Utah State legislature on February 12, 2016.

At the center of a conflict in dispute between Sheriff Gleave and the US Forest Service is Gleave’s uncle Stanton Gleave, a longtime rancher in the county.

Gleave is no fan of the militia showing up in his county as he claims he has one already. The people he was elected to serve and protect.

“We’re not taking no more cuts on the Mountain. I’ll deputize every man, woman and child in the county to stop what’s going on,” says Sheriff Gleave.

 

 

 

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