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Bundy Sons Lead Antigovernment Extremists, Militia in Takeover of Federal Wildlife Headquarters in Oregon | Southern Poverty Law Center

7.1.16

Bundy Sons Lead Antigovernment Extremists, Militia in Takeover of Federal Wildlife Headquarters in Oregon | Southern Poverty Law Center: After learning the Hammonds didn’t want to be the new poster boys for the latest antigovernment theater and, instead, would be surrendering to the federal Bureau of Prisons, some of the demonstrators, including Ammon and Ryan Bundy decided without prior public announcement to occupy the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters. They reportedly found a ring of keys to gain entry to the federal facility 30 miles southeast of Burns that wasn’t staffed over the New Year’s holiday, various media outlets reported.

The startling development in Oregon seems to be further evidence that because there were no arrests following 2014 Nevada “Bunkerville” standoff, the Bundys and some of their militia supporters feel emboldened, and ready to take the next step toward possible violence.


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