This is an interesting article, along with a video that I cannot import, but it is clearly telling the propagandized story. I’m publishing it because there is info here about those remaning at the refuge. Is this information based on trith? Who really knows. The story that I read here is riddled with subtle lies of omission! ~J
Busy signals on phones of 4 remaining Malheur militants
BURNS, Ore. (KOIN) — Amid reports the FBI may be locking down ways the militants can communicate with people outside the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, KOIN 6 News has not been able to contact those inside.
Phone numbers for Jeff Banta, David Fry, Sean Anderson and Sandy Anderson were not working when KOIN 6 News called Sunday morning. OPB reports Fry said 3 of the 4 occupiers can’t make or receive phone calls, and he told OPB their access to the Internet is gone.
On Saturday, a recorded message from jailed militia leader Ammon Bundy to the remaining occupiers, urging them to leave and go home, was ignored. [Half truth, here. ~j]
“Your husband and your brother-in-law and all your friends are in prison right now because they do what they want to do,” Sean Anderson said Saturday, “I have to submit to people I don’t believe or trust. You say Ammon is directed by God. So am I.”
A day after a rolling protest through the streets of Burns over the death of militia spokesperson LaVoy Finicum — and a day before an expected militia rally in front of the Harney County Courthouse by the extremist group 3% of Idaho [incorrect information, plus the use of the word ‘extremist’]— some people arrived at the roadblocks in support of the remaining occupiers.