Live Feed from Oregon standoff: FBI moves in on last refuge occupiers
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UPDATE: The FBI has stated as of 8:40 PM PST that they will not make any aggressive moves toward the four remaining protesters tonight and they will allow Rev. Franklin Graham and Nevada State Assemblywoman Michelle Fiore to negotiate the surrender tomorrow at 8:00 AM. – Truth in Media
By February 10, 2016 at 8:41 PM– on February 10, 2016 at 5:37 PM, updated
BURNS – FBI agents in armored vehicles on Wednesday evening moved in on the last four occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, hemming them into their rough camp and insisting they put down their guns and surrender.
The occupiers rejected the demands, instead insisting that they be allowed to surrender on Thursday morning in the company of a national religious figure and a Nevada state legislator.
The standoff played out for hours into Wednesday night through an open phone line being streamed to YouTube. At one point, an estimated 60,000 people listened as the occupiers exhibited anger and panic, prayed with those on the phone, and yelled at FBI agents surrounding them.
They are the last four to hold the ….. read more here
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Sure is empty down here...