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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon (CNN)The four people who remain holed up inside the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon say they are ready to leave peacefully -- or prepared to die.
The nearly monthlong armed occupation of the refuge -- a protest of federal land policies -- began to crumble this week when leader Ammon Bundy and seven other occupiers were arrested. One was killed in a traffic stop Tuesday night when authorities made some of those arrests.
Three others were arrested Wednesday when eight more left the refuge.
Sean Anderson, one of the occupiers who remains, told CNN he is there with his wife and two others.
There had been five people still in the refuge, but one man left Thursday morning. One of the others inside the refuge drove the man to a checkpoint and dropped him off, Anderson said.
I dont know about the rest of you - I have a proposal though; lets just go in with sharp shooters and take them out if they are willing to 'die for their cause', (by now most Americans have already forgotten what they are standing for anyway, it seems)
sarc/ kind of, but not really
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originally posted by: onequestion
a reply to: xuenchen
No criminal charges have been filed against Bundy, and a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's office in Nevada, as a matter of Department of Justice policy, declined to say whether any were being considered. Clark County records showed no tax liens levied against Bundy or his ranch.