Armed activists dig in at US wildlife refuge

Ammon Bundy, who has led the revolt at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, said the siege would continue until the federal government abandons control of the reserve to local residentsA small group of armed activists remained holed up at a remote US federal wildlife refuge in Oregon, vowing to leave only if asked by local residents. Ammon Bundy, who has led the revolt at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge since the weekend, said the siege would continue until the federal government abandons control of the reserve to local residents. “It is our goal to get the logger back to logging, to get the rancher back to ranching, to get the miner back to mining, the farmer back to farming and to jump-start this economy in Harney County,” he told reporters.

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