Oregon standoff grinds on as Bundy brothers denied bail

by Gregg Zoroya  |  published on January 31, 2016

Four remaining armed militia members continued their occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge Saturday, one day after a federal judge denied bail to ringleader Ammon Bundy, his brother Ryan and three co-defendants.

The holdouts at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near the town of Burns posted videos Saturday where one of them told the camera, “we’re not dead yet,” according to the Associated Press. The standoff began Jan. 2

The Oregonian identified those remaining at the refuge as David Fry, 27, of Blanchester, Ohio; and Sean Anderson, 47, his wife, Sandy, 48, and Jeff Banta, 46, of Elko, Nev.

  • pete G

    This President let blacks burn and destroy property in Ferguson and Baltimore and no one went to jail. But to occupy Fed. land must be a worse crime because they killed one old man to prove what a gestapo they are against whites. You are a racist sob Obama.

  • pete G

    Denied bail? For what? If they were Muslims they would already be back on the streets, building another Mosque. Obama you and your so called justice department SUCK.

  • icetrout

    FedCoats are out of hand & need their wings clipped !

  • Alvis Jenkins

    My opinion is that these people should not have occupied the Federal building(s) but should just have encircled the premises to show their opposition to the Government. I can agree with these people that our Federal Government is very corrupt and there’s a need to abolish it according to our beloved Constitution.

    • icetrout

      Fok the Federal Government !

  • I AM THE BEAST Sssotlohiefmjn

    I am one in solidarity with the Americans who want to revolt against the USA federal government and want to hang Obama and kind for treason.

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