Ammon Bundy for Governor

Ammon Bundy announces his run for governor before a small gathering of supporters and news media in front of the Idaho State Capitol on March 10.

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BOISE — Nearly a year after gubernatorial candidate and right-wing activist Ammon Bundy was wheeled out on a cart after allegedly trespassing on statehouse grounds, he appeared in court for the second day of his jury trial on Tuesday, where he said the police had no authority to make an arrest.

The trial is taking place at the Ada County Courthouse, after Bundy pleaded not guilty to multiple trespassing misdemeanor charges. As he represented himself, Bundy stood in a fourth-floor room, watching the state play video after video of him handcuffed in a police car.

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