Sunday, January 3, 2016

Ammon Bundy, Leader of Oregon Occupation, Plans No Violence Unless Government Intervenes (VIDEO)

Here's the latest, following a press conference, this morning, at the Portland Oregonian, "Ammon Bundy says refuge-occupying militants plan no violence unless government intervenes":

Ammon Bundy, a leader of a group of militants occupying a wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon, said during a news conference Sunday morning that the group has no intention of violence unless the government acts against them.

Ammon Bundy, son of Nevada rancher Clive Bundy, would not disclose how many militants are occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters.

The occupation began when self-described militiamen from several states came to Burns to protest the impending imprisonment of two Harney County ranchers. Some time after the rally, key militia leaders broke off and drove across the high desert basin south of Burns to the wildlife refuge. They said they took over the refuge headquarters, which was unoccupied for the holiday weekend.

Plus, see my earlier entry, "Ammon Bundy on Oregon Occupation: 'We Want the Government to Abide By the Constitution' (VIDEO)."