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FBI says no booby traps found at Oregon refuge

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State lawmakers, notably in Utah, are considering a legal way to take control of US lands that account for a majority of the West, including most of Nevada; about two-thirds of Utah, Idaho and Alaska; and half of Oregon. “No”, he said. “I’m just smarter than your average bear and a lot smarter than your average conspiracy theorist”.

“I love the Bundys”, DeLemus said this week. “I am so glad this is over”. They face charges of conspiring to impede federal officers from performing their duties through the use of force, intimidation or threats.

“The occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge has been a long and traumatic episode for the citizens of Harney County and the members of the Burns Paiute tribe”. Bretzing said they were both crucial to the resolution of the standoff.

Blaine was booked into the Purgatory Correctional Facility in Washington County for investigation of the federal case against him. Uniformed and plain clothes federal agents, some with dogs, patrolled the courthouse grounds during the hearing.

At his first court appearance, he asked for a court-appointed attorney. Once it did, the public defender requested a seized carry-on bag containing Bundy’s blood pressure medication be returned.

His wife told a Raise The Republic radio talk show host that she and her daughters were staying with Cooper at the time of the arrest.

Stewart told Bundy that any public statements he makes can be used against him.

A judge has cited the continuing standoff as a major obstacle to the release of at least some of those who remain jailed on federal charges.

BOSTON – A dislodged manhole cover weighing more than 200 pounds went airborne and crashed through an SUV’s windshield on a major highway, killing an art teacher as she drove to work during the Friday morning commute, authorities said.

Heidi Beirich, of the Southern Poverty Law Center, called charges related to the 2014 standoff “the right thing”, but said Cliven Bundy’s arrest should have come sooner. Hundreds of protestors also approached the officers, who were outnumbered four to one.

The end of the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge will allow residents to heal a deep divide, according to Oregon FBI Special Agent in Charge Greg Breitzing.

Video posted online showed the occupiers operating a backhoe, exploring buildings at the site and criticizing the way tribal artifacts were stored there. “He has worked tirelessly to ensure that the people he serves are safe, that they are heard and that they can find a path back to normalcy”.

Bundy left a message for a Review-Journal reporter when he departed for Portland, saying that he meant to try to help support four individuals who were then remaining at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns. The four – Sean Anderson, 47, and Sandra Anderson, 48, both of Riggins, Idaho; Jeff Banta, 46, of Yerington, Nevada; and David Fry, 27, of Blanchester, Ohio – were ordered to be held pending a detention hearing, and none of them spoke to the court except to answer yes or no to Acosta’s questions.

The conspiracy allegedly began about last November 5 and continued through the date of the indictment, which was issued under seal on Wednesday and unsealed Thursday.

“I’m actually pointing a gun at my head, I’m exhausted of living”, Fry said during the phone call.

“I’m sure it’s going to take some time”, Roderique said.

“Oregonians across our state are grateful to the Harney County Sheriff’s Department, federal law enforcement, and local and state officials for ending this standoff without additional loss of life”.

“This was beautifully executed”, said Brian Levin, a criminal justice professor at California State University, San Bernardino.

The takeover, which began on Jan 2, was sparked by the return to prison of two OR ranchers convicted of setting fires that spread to federal property in the vicinity of the refuge.

The 43-year-old Bunkerville, Nevada, man was arrested with his brother January 26. The father of Ammon and Ryan Bundy, two leaders of the OR occupation, he was arrested Wednesday night at the Portland airport when he arrived from Nevada. Robert “LaVoy” Finicum was shot dead in that confrontation.

Most of the occupiers fled the refuge after that.

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