Jury acquits leaders of Malheur wildlife-refuge standoff | The Seattle Times

Federal marshals tackled and tased Ammon Bundy’s attorney, Marcus Mumford, after they refused show the paperwork that allowed them to keep Ammon in custody despite his acquittal.

A federal jury Thursday acquitted the leader of the winter occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and six others, in a big courtroom victory for the militant movement challenging federal control of public lands and a wrenching setback for federal prosecutors.

Source: Jury acquits leaders of Malheur wildlife-refuge standoff | The Seattle Times

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