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Bundy Militia Post Video Of Themselves Messing With Native American Artifacts | ThinkProgress: The Paiute fear that the artifacts could be damaged as well, prompting the tribe to send a letter to the U.S. Attorney and the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife Service demanding the ranchers be prosecuted if they “disturb, damage, remove, alter, or deface any archaeological resource on the refuge property.”

“I don’t know what these people are doing if they are doing things to just get a rise or to be martyr—all they are doing is making enemies out of the people they professed to support,” Charlotte Roderique, chairperson of the Burns Paiute tribe,” told Indian Country Today Media Network. She previously explained that the tribe has entrusted the refuge with protecting its cultural rights.

On Wednesday night, Gov. Kate Brown called on the federal government to intervene and end the standoff.

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