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Ammon Bundy Takes the Stand in Malheur Occupation Trial: 'It Was My Duty to Get Involved'

Ammon Bundy, the alleged ringleader of an armed occupation at a wildlife refuge in Oregon earlier this year, took the stand in federal court on Tuesday, offering testimony about his childhood, his family, and his political philosophy, Oregon Public Broadcasting reports. Read more...
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