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P.O. Box 518
Bonners Ferry, Idaho,83805
Boundary County is committed to the welfare of its senior citizens, and the Community Restorium, owned and managed by the county, is a facility designed to help meet the needs of seniors not capable of completely independent living yet who do not need continuo... more.
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Greg Sprungl, Sheriff
Ruby Ridge Updates -- Local News Reports (1997)
According to the article, "The evidence proves it was a bullet from Larry Cooper's gun", [Boundary County Sheriff Greg] Sprungl said.
"Sprungl brought in each of the marshals who survived the shootout and had them re-enact their versions of what happened that day. Sprungl concludes that "It [the shooting of Sammy Weaver] was obviously a case of self-defense . . .". [Never mind that they had been trespassing on the Weaver property without search warrants, that they had admitted to the grand jury that they had thrown rocks at the cabin to see what it would take to get the dog going, that they were dressed not as officers in uniform but as thugs in ski mask and camouflage, that Kevin Harris was carrying his bolt action .30-06 -- not exactly the gun of choice for an encounter with armed opponents when you have other options available -- Kevin and Sammy were simply carrying their customary hunting guns, that Randy Weaver was carrying a double barrel shotgun, and that during this alleged deliberate attack on the marshals, the marshals own observation camera recorded Vicky Weaver non-chalantly waiting her turn at the outhouse.] If Sheriff Sprungl won't reveal the "evidence" that purportedly supports his conclusions, he has no business making such announcements. Boundary County Sheriff Greg Sprungl says ballistics tests show that the bullet that killed Sammy Weaver was fired by U.S. An extensive search three years after the firefight between Kevin Harris, Sammy Weaver and the U.S. Marshals has turned up the bullet that killed Sammy Weaver. [As usual, the article neglects to mention that one of the marshals admitted in grand jury testimony that they provoked the chase by throwing rocks at the dog; they further neglect to mention that the marshals, dressed as bandits in ski masks & camouflage, had been trespassing on the Weaver property without search warrants.] Boundary County Sheriff Greg Sprungl is quoted as saying, "It is clear by the ballistic evidence that Sammy Weaver was killed with a bullet fired by the U.S.
In 1997 Boundary County Sheriff Greg Sprungl conducted an independent search of the "Y" and Lucien Haag confirmed that a bullet found in that search matched Cooper's gun and contained fibers that matched Sammy Weaver's shirt. )
Boundary County Sheriff Greg Sprungl confirmed that the shooting is under investigation, but said no charges have been filed.
Greg Sprungl, sheriff of Boundary County and a longtime Idaho lawman, says the siege was triggered by a federal effort to entrap Weaver into informing on the extremist Militia of Montana or face allegations that he'd sawed off a shotgun barrel to an illegal length.
Sprungl says the situation grew progressively more dangerous, moving from standoff to gun battle to a siege of the Weavers' shack by federal officers.