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Live Stream: FBI Moves In On Last Refuge Occupiers In Oregon

  • by: Jeremy Smith

BREAKING NEWS STORY: check for live updates below.

The FBI on Wednesday evening moved in on the last four occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, apparently placing armored vehicles around their camp.

A friend of occupier David Fry was streaming online through an open phone line with the occupiers as authorities made what appeared to be a final push to end the 40-day old occupation.

As of this posting, the occupiers are on the phone with assemblywoman Michele Fiore, trying to find a resolution.

"Come out with your hands up," a law enforcement official could be heard saying.

The four have been the only occupiers left at the refuge after the Jan. 26 arrest of Ammon Bundy and other occupation leaders and the shooting death of Robert "LaVoy" Finicum.

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Live updates:

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0:45 PST: Depiste rumors, we were just in contact with the final four on the ground and all is quiet. -- Cliven's arrest...

Posted by Bundy Ranch on Thursday, February 11, 2016

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Cliven has been arrested and is being charged, apparently based on what happened in 2014 at Bundy Ranch.They keep...

Posted by Bundy Ranch on Thursday, February 11, 2016

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UPDATE 10:54PM PST: Cliven Bundy just landed in Portland; we are being told by eyes on ground that he was surrounded by SWAT and DETAINED. We will post more when we can. Get the word out.

Posted by Bundy Ranch on Wednesday, February 10, 2016

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: According to the live audio stream, the remaining occupants in Oregon will surrender at 8AM Thursday morning. They will be joined by Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore and Reverend Franklin Graham.

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