Oregon wildlife refuge occupiers explain their plan
BURNS, Ore. - The leaders of the group occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge elaborated on their plans Tuesday.
Ammon Bundy thanked supporters and said ranchers have delivered meat to help provision the people who have been occupying the refuge since Saturday.
Finicum also explained why the group occupying the refuge believe the Constitution forbids the federal government from owning land, as well as why the group felt compelled to act.
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