Anti-Government Protestors Occupy National Wildlife Refuge In Oregon


(NEWSER) – The armed group occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon has scored what it sees as another victory against the federal government, exposing Ammon Bundy and his followers to an array of possible new criminal charges in the process.

Bundy says that the group has gone through government documents stored inside buildings at the remote refuge and obtained information that exposes how local ranchers have been discriminated against, reports the AP. Bundy—who told reporters that the group hadn't accessed computers at the refuge—claimed that the documents could help free Dwight and Steven Hammond, local ranchers who are serving time in prison for burning federal land.

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