Headed into Jordan, Montana where I interviewed the prosecuting attorney in the famous Freeman Case (which happened 20 miles from here). Nick Murnion received a John F. Kennedy “Courage Award” for his work on the case. Murnion told me he received numerous death threats while the case was going on. (The Freeman ordeal was the longest “stand-off” — 81 days — in U.S. history, out-distancing: Waco, Ruby Ridge, etc.) “I used my faith to get through it,” the prosecutor added… While in Jordan, I also interviewed cattle rancher Bob Gibbs. (He is the third generation on the ranch, dating back to 1906.) He told me current figures show in this part of the country, on average, it takes: 40 acres a year of pasture land to feed one cow.