The Oregon wildlife refuge that was taken over by armed occupiers is a stinky mess, the FBI has discovered.
Agents said the occupiers may have damaged a sensitive cultural site with artifacts because they built a trench for human feces and excavated a road at the refuge, Reuters reports.
The discovery came Saturday while investigators began processing what has become a crime scene at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
The 41-day siege ended Thursday with the arrest of the final four occupiers.
“Occupiers appear to have excavated two large trenches and an improvised road on or adjacent to grounds containing sensitive artifacts,” U.S. Attorney Billy Williams of Oregon wrote in the filing.
Investigators also found guns and explosives.