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Topic - Richard Mack
Former Arizona sheriff Richard Mack says he and other organizers at Cliven Bundy's ranch in Nevada were contemplating using women and children as human shields in case "rogue federal officers" opened fire.
Fox News' "The Real Story" on Monday, former Sheriff Richard Mack said he and other protesters "were actually strategizing to put all the women up at the front.
Mr. Mack told radio host Ben Swann on Monday that he believes women should be "the first ones shot" in order to send the most effective message.