Whistleblower: BLM Ignores IIlegal Grazing After Bundy Fiasco

From: E&E News

“Hoover alleges that BLM’s decision to fire him was “improper retaliation” for an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint he filed last year and for “disclosing illegal grazing and other activities by one of its permittees, who was able to exert improper pressure on the BLM to remove me,” according to the appeal. Hoover, who is being represented in the appeal by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), said that in spring 2018, he reported to his superiors at BLM that one rancher “had stolen BLM fencing material.”

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