Chris Kortlander is the Founding Director of the Custer Battlefield Museum and owner of the historical town of Garryowen MT where the Battle of the Little Big Horn began in 1876, the town is also the host to the TOMB of a 7th Cavalry US unknown soldier. For resurrecting the historical town received the Governors Tourism Ambassador Award.
A former Montana Law enforcement officer, he is now an outspoken advocate for victims that have been abused and threatened by Dept. of the Interior and other militarized Federal Law Enforcement Agencies.
Kortlander's book Arrow To The Heart is a must read. March 31, 2005 was a pivotal day in the life of Chris Kortlander when he received a frantic phone call informing him that Garryowen was under siege by an armed cadre of federal, state, and local police. It tells the story of the events leading up to and following that raid. Kortlander tells his personal story of devastating attacks by government agents bent on destroying his business, his health, and threatening his very freedom in a power play of retribution ultimately built around a button from an Army uniform. It puts seemingly unrelated events together to show a clear pattern of abusive persecution of our fellow Americans by federal law enforcement agents from the Department of the Interior. The book is ripe with documented facts that characterize what has become known as the “deep state” of a law enforcement bureaucracy.
Arrow to the Heart website – Lots of good information on the abuses of the BLM and Federal government, plus information and a forward by Ammon Bundy on Chris's book “Arrow To The Heart”
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