Are you listening?
By CHERI ROBERTS for Challenging the Rhetoric
The United States Government has finally released their exhibit list of evidence against individuals who have been charged and detained for their participation in the January armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (MNWR) 32-miles outside of Burns, Oregon. In the Government’s Trial Memorandum released last week, U.S Attorney Billy D. Williams said the occupiers left weapons, ammunition, and explosives throughout the property.
The occupation, known as the Oregon Standoff, lasted 41-days and the damage to the refuge, the psyche of Burns residents, the State’s budget, and the families attached to those who’ve been charged, has been significant.
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