Four protesters remain as Burns occupation enters second month

NC_bundymug_1500x845Malheur County, Ore. — (KTVZ) Four protesters remain inside Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife refuge, despite calls for a peaceful surrender from their former leader, Ammon Bundy.

Bundy’s attorney read another statement from his client Tuesday urging the four men to leave the refuge peacefully.

A Tuesday court hearing for Bunday was postponed.

Other protesters have been granted conditional release after their own hearings.

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