Sounds like the FBI's gonna try to smoke 'em out today, although Anderson and co. should be okay as long as the beer and cigarettes holdout.
At the Portland Oregonian, "Oregon standoff: Most phone and Internet service for occupiers ends, supporter says":
Just spoke w David Fry, one of the Malheur holdouts. "I personally am tired. I stayed up all night," he said.— julieturkewitz (@julieturkewitz) January 31, 2016
David Fry said he's several hundred feet from the refuge, the group slept in tents. “We’re trying to show we weren’t being hostile ..." 1/2— julieturkewitz (@julieturkewitz) January 31, 2016
"... we aren’t occupying the refuge anymore than it should be.” 2/2— julieturkewitz (@julieturkewitz) January 31, 2016
It also seems the landlines at the refuge are out of service. #Oregonstandoff— Amanda Peacher (@amandapeacher) January 31, 2016
We're not sure yet if power has been cut. The 4 occupiers say they're using a generator and not inside buildings. #Oregonstandoff— Amanda Peacher (@amandapeacher) January 31, 2016
BURNS -- As the anti-government standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge entered its 30th day, the remaining occupiers claimed many of their phone lines no longer worked.Expect updates...
The four holdouts awoke to discover that many lost phone and Internet service overnight, according to Greg Whalen, a Nevada supporter who said he had been in contact with the armed protesters. They have refused to leave the refuge until they are guaranteed they won't be arrested.
The occupiers have produced several online videos detailing their stance, but their account has been quiet since Saturday evening. At the time, they vowed their fight would continue.
Whalen said one of the protestors, Sean Anderson, was able to make a call this morning using a cell phone without Internet to say his other phone, with Internet access, was no longer working. Calls by The Oregonian/OregonLive to Anderson ended with an automated message saying the user was not available.
Anderson, 47, is encamped at the refuge with his wife, Sandy Anderson, 48, of Riggins, Idaho, and two other men: David Fry, 27, of Blanchester, Ohio and Jeff Banta, 46, of Elko, Nevada.
Fry relayed a similar account of the morning's events to OPB.