Wild Horses – Goodbye Saying goodbye to the American Wild Horse In the late 80s, living in the Phoenix, Arizona area, the horrors of BLM mismanagement of mustangs was shocking, to say the least. Twenty-five years later, the situation has only become worse. “Mismanagement” is a term that hardly scratches the surface. As is common with the systematic destruction of wildlife, the history of BLM corruption and cruelty is the stuff of horror movies that the average person will refuse to acknowledge. Hopefully, more will learn and take their place defending these noble spirits, if not for the love of horses or the love of the freedom they represent – then because they learn that wild horses occupy an essential place in our ecosystem. Part I Published on Jun 5, 2015 Part one covers the history of the BLM’s lies and provides the factual counterpoint to those lies from a former BLM employee, Craig Downer, who quit in disgust and has proven the BLM’s data is false. Part one also covers the investigations into the bogus data used to support these lies, via FOIA work done by a private citizen, Cindy MacDonald, that shows what the true motivations are behind these heinous acts. We’ll also get a glimpse into George’s 20 plus year investigation of this activity , the truth about the horses, their land and how it’s been handed over to Big Agriculture (Corporate Cattle Ranches) and Big Oil, all at the expense of the U.S. Tax Payer and in violation of U.S. Federal Law. Part II Published on Jun 5, 2015 In Part two of our hard hitting ATSNews Special Report: ‘SEX, DRUGS, MUSTANGS, CORRUPTION and BP TOO’, ATSnews’ Mark Allin (AKA: Springer) and 17 time Emmy Award Winner, KLAS 8 News Now (Las Vegas, NV) Investigative Reporter, George Knapp discuss the unbelievable corruption, sex and drug parties and payola schemes that transpired between the MMS and several Big Oil Companies. The Inspector General of the U.S. investigated the ‘Culture of Substance Abuse and Corruption’ that ran rampant through the Denver Office of the MMS and several big oil companies from 2002 through 2006. The U.S. Taxpayer was bilked out of hundreds of millions of dollars, the environment was utterly neglected, the affected areas populations were at great risk (and still are), all for the betterment of a handful of Big Oil Companies’ bottom lines.