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Civil forfeiture: the government's ability to seize, keep, and sell any property of any person they believe is involved in a crime...even if that person is innocent. All it takes is for an officer of the law to "think" the items were obtained through criminal means. The person is presumed guilty and must prove innocence to get back what was taken and the government doesn't have to provide legal counsel. What if this law is just another way for the US government to supplement their income while destroying every innocent person they deem a threat? What would you do, and how far would you go to protect yourself and your family?
Joshua Anderson is the owner of a small logging business in rural Idaho, with over a million dollars in assets, and when the Forestry Service begins making bogus accusations, Joshua knows that it is only a matter of time before his country takes everything from him, including his life. But the government has no idea that Joshua will never back down setting off the Bonner Incident. It is time to take a stand, and the only question left: whose side are you on?
Thomas Watson finishes the story started with his good friend Michael Rider after he passed from an accident.
©2016 Thomas A Watson (P)2017 Thomas A Watson
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2 out of 5 stars
By Charles Atkinson on 02-20-18

US Vs. Mountain Man

This is the ultimate anti-government, pro constitution, redneck conspiracy novel. It’s entertaining with a a good cast. But it goes overboard on Government violence against its people.

I am naive regarding Government interference and harassment of the logging industry. But when the feds threaten violence on an unarmed logger while he is working for the federal government, I just cannot fathom it. The motivation is to confiscate assets from small and big operators using unconstitutional powers from the executive branch. I don’t doubt the powers exists under the Obama Presidency, nor do I doubt the Government has abused its powers against logging and mining companies. But when a community in Idaho literally goes to war with the US, the story loses its grip on reality.

And despite how inept our media has become, it’s impossible to believe a conflict of this magnitude would not become national news in hours. Yet that is exactly what happens. With no political pressure, the President and Speaker of the House are openly waging war on a US community and the world is oblivious.

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5 out of 5 stars
By R.Bishop on 06-19-17

A Refreshing Storyline

I wasn't sure what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised. Without giving away the story, it was a good vs evil story that was hard to stop! Can't wait for the next book!
Condolences to the friends and families of the original author and a thank you to the one who completed this story!

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