tl;dr: Google removed a politically controversial page from their public web cache. This is verifiably true. I want them to put it back.
The article at http://scgnews.com/bundy-ranch-what-youre-not-being-told makes a claim that a previous version of the BLM website alluded to the conflict of interest between Harry Reid and family and the Bundy cattle. Whether these allegations of collusion between Reid and BLM are true or not is not the point of this post. The BLM website has now changed, but it was online, which means that Google may have cached it, the WayBackMachine may have cached it, as well as any number of other repositories.
The author of the above article states that he found the page BLM removed on the Google Cache, but an hour later, Google had taken it down. The page is still cached by other sites like archive.today, and I have also cached a copy of the relevant page myself (taken from archive.today).
Now what I want to know is why Google took down the cached page. This is unacceptable behavior, Google, from a company that claims to stand for freedom of information, and I, for one, am calling you out and requesting that the cached content be reinstated.
Furthermore, the allegation that Google tampered with their own cache to remove this page isn't just hearsay. It's verifiably accurate. The following link is archive.today's copy which it took from the Google cache. This means that the page was in the Google cache on April 3rd. The next link is the Google URL that archive.today used to find the page on Google's cache. It's now broken. Finally, you can take the original BLM web page URL and browse for it in the Google cache yourself and verify that it has, in fact, been removed.
Or browse the Google cache directly by searching this on https://www.google.com/