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By CHERI ROBERTS for Challenging the Rhetoric
We know very little about what evidence U.S. prosecutors will use against any of the [thus far] 27 defendants involved in the January, Malheur Wildlife Refuge armed takeover outside of Burns, Oregon; more widely known as the Oregon Standoff. All we’ve seen is a slew of publicly made social media posts; including photographs and YouTube videos, along with the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Incident Report.
It is likely there is much more evidence we have not been privy too, and with seals on discovery, the chance of finding out much more before trial is slim. What we do know is co-defendant Peter Santilli had a rented a car, a green GMC Yukon SUV, in his name, for his trip to Burns. After his arrest, according to girlfriend, Deborah Jordan, the FBI had the Enterprise rental car company report the rental as stolen, although she admits she…
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