Standoff between militia, feds at Oregon wildlife refuge
08 January 201601:09 GMT
Oregon Governor Kate Brown has issued a statement ordering the minutemen to "decamp immediately."
- 00:24 GMT
The Harney County Sheriff and Ammon Bundy took to Twitter to discuss their meeting.
07 January 201623:46 GMT
The meeting between Harney County Sheriff and the Oregon militia has ended for today.
- 23:42 GMT
A meeting between Ammon Bundy and Harney County Sheriff David Ward is underway.
- 23:29 GMT
The Harney County Sheriff has announced a call to meet with the refuge occupiers.
- 21:51 GMT
The militia occupying the Malheur wildlife refuge may as well be shadow-boxing; the absence of a federal response so far makes this a very unusual standoff.
- 21:51 GMT
Today's major development in the Oregon standoff was the interview the Bundy brothers gave to the 11-year-old reporter for the local school newspaper.
06 January 201617:26 GMT
The local Native American tribe says the land the militia wants to take from the federal government actually belongs to them.
"They are endangering one of our sacred sites," Charlotte Rodrique, the chairwoman of the Burns Paiute Tribe, said at a news conference Wednesday morning.
“I’m, like, hold on a minute, if you want to get technical about it … the land belongs to the Paiute here,” Selena Sam, a member of the tribe’s council who works at a local diner, told Reuters on Tuesday.
- 13:56 GMT
- 01:13 GMT
Ammon Bundy's Twitter account is no longer suspended.