Previously, "LATEST: Malheur Holdout David Fry Posts New Video; Refusing to Surrender, Demanding Pardon (VIDEO)," and "WATCH: Sean and Sandy Anderson, Husband and Wife Occupiers at #Malheur, Post 'Last Dance' Video."
Now, at Oregon Public Broadcasting, "Militants Say Negotiations With FBI Stall At Malheur Refuge":
.@OPB has obtained audio from inside the compound currently -- we'll give an update at noon.— John Sepulvado (@JohnLGC) January 29, 2016
Sean Anderson says LaVoy Finicum's death is like "another waco." Says he's "ready for them."— John Sepulvado (@JohnLGC) January 29, 2016
Wow. Sandy Anderson says Sean told her to leave, she refused. everyone was ready to go. she wouldn't leave him. Jeff & David then stayed.— John Sepulvado (@JohnLGC) January 29, 2016
it also seems that while david fry is the most vocal, but sean is now the leader.— John Sepulvado (@JohnLGC) January 29, 2016
They're calling on ppl from throughout the country to come to Harney County.— John Sepulvado (@JohnLGC) January 29, 2016
OPB obtained audio of a conversation Friday morning from one of the four remaining occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.Still more.
The remaining militants inside are David Fry of Blanchester, Ohio, husband and wife Sean and Sandy Anderson of Janesville, Wisconsin, and Jeff Banta of Elko, Nevada.
During the conversation, Sean Anderson said the group is not going to negotiate with the FBI at this time, and they are prepared to wait until all their supplies are depleted.
He also said that the militants don’t plan to shoot at law enforcement unless they are shot at first.
According to the conversation and other details obtained from Fry’s family members, a deal with the FBI seemed to be in place Thursday, but it required Sean Anderson to turn himself in to the police. His wife, Sandy, refused to leave him.
Fry and Banta were said to have accepted the negotiated deal, but because of Sandy Anderson’s refusal, the four made a pact to stay together until the end of the standoff.
In a new video released Friday, Fry said he and the other militants were testing the negotiation boundaries when they asked the FBI to be released without charges...
Anderson and Fry are freakin' crazy bastards, and armed to the teeth, because something like 20 additional firearms were left behind at the compound yesterday amid the mass of activity.
As always, expect updates...