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The stunning acquittal of seven people who occupied a federal wildlife sanctuary in Oregon was a rejection of the prosecution's conspiracy case, not an endorsement of the defendants' actions in the armed protest, a juror said Friday.
Legal experts say implicit bias from the jury likely played a role in the acquittal of Ammon Bundy and six other people charged for taking over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
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Reaction is coming in fast to the not-guilty verdicts for the seven Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupiers.
The acquittal of seven occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge left supporters outside the federal courthouse in Portland elated. But many people are asking: What's next?
Opening statements wrapped up Tuesday afternoon in a federal courtroom in Portland where the trial of seven people who occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is underway.
In a written ruling, Judge Anna Brown says prosecutors can use Facebook evidence collected from the occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
The U.S. attorney wasn’t able to explain to the court how raw, unfiltered information from 11 Facebook accounts ended up as part of the evidence presented in the discovery process.
Ammon Bundy says a confrontation between Ryan Bundy and jail deputies stemmed from his brother's fear that doctors were going to remove a bullet from his shoulder without consent.
More than a dozen Arizona Republicans have written to Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, asking her to further investigate the death of Malheur refuge occupier LaVoy Finicum.
On Tuesday, law enforcement tasked with investigating the Jan. 26 fatal shooting of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupant LaVoy Finicum during a traffic stop outlined their findings to the public.
Two more militants associated with the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge appeared in court for detention hearings Friday.
Five additional militants associated with the occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge were charged Thursday with conspiracy to impede officers of the United States.
Attorneys for Ammon Bundy, the leader of an armed occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Preserve, are challenging U.S. Magistrate Judge Staci Beckerman’s order to keep him in custody until his trial.
OPB obtained audio of a conversation Friday morning from one of the four remaining occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Today marks the 28th day the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge has been occupied by armed militants in Harney County. Four people remain inside the refuge south of Burns, Oregon, and negotiations with law enforcement to end the occupation are ongoing.
The remaining group includes David Fry of Blanchester, Ohio, husband and wife Sean and Sandy Anderson of Riggins, Idaho, and Jeff Banta of Elko, Nevada.