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Ammon Bundy Says Armed Takeover Of Wildlife Refuge Was Totally Legal

PORTLAND, Ore. — Ammon Bundy walked a fine line Wednesday describing the armed takeover he led of a wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon, yet denying that he and his six co-defendants broke any laws. In his second day testifying in his own defense, Bundy, 41, a self-proclaimed reluctant activist, rejected the prosecution allegation that he conspired with other defendants to occupy the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in January.
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