You, too, can own this fabulous T-shirt to show your support for the Bundy gang. Now they're upset that the judge is going to allow their Facebook exchanges to be admitted into evidence. They apparently thought that Facebook was, you know, private.
It's certainly garnering a lot of interest, though:
As the trial began, the courtroom was packed with defendants' relatives, supporters and media. Others watched on a live video feed in an overflow courtroom.
And it's off to a great start:
Ryan Bundy, who will give opening statements at 1 p.m., asked the judge if he could distribute pocket Constitutions to jurors. She said he may not, and that she is the one who instructs jurors on the law.
Break out the popcorn; this is going to be entertaining. The Bundy Supporters are out there, with tin-foil under their cowboy hats, hanging the flag upside down to show that there's an emergency, and whatnot.