Militia members face new charges for occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
BURNS, OR —
More charges for dozens of armed occupiers who took over a national wildlife refuge in Oregon. An indictment unsealed today reveals new counts against group leader Ammon Bundy and more than two dozen other defendants.
A grand jury indicted Bundy and most of his co-defendants on a charge of firearms possession in a federal facility. Some face another weapons charge.