FBI agents found more than 1,600 spent shell casings at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge boat launch in Oregon, where protesters occupied the area for 41 days earlier this year.
Federal prosecutors said the FBI is finished processing the crime scenes at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
The Oregon wildlife refuge that was taken over by armed occupiers is a stinky mess, the FBI has discovered.
The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge has turned into a crime scene at a time when land managers must prepare to open the 300-square-mile area.
It was smart to involve those seen as sympathetic to the protest’s cause, such as a gun-toting Nevada legislator.
The occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon ended peacefully after 41 tumultuous days.
It was an intervention from the unlikeliest of people – Michele Fiore, a gun-toting politician who has supported the occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon.
The five-week standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge took a bizarre turn after one of the four remaining occupier released a video taunting the FBI.