Malheur National Wildlife Refuge

Armed 'Militia' Members Acquitted Following Oregon Occupation

The verdict comes as peaceful Native American water protectors are evicted from #NoDAPL actions.

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Burns Paiute Tribe Returns to Malheur Refuge Following Oregon 'Militia' Takeover

Burns Paiute tribal leaders, who previously criticized the mostly-White armed occupiers for never acknowledging the tribe’s historic rights to the land, were finally able to visit the refuge.

Dispatch from Oregon: Armed White Occupiers Are Enjoying Warm Food, Wi-Fi—and No Violence From Feds

It’s been 19 days since a predominantly White group of men bearing arms group took over Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. They’re appointing themselves judges, threatening locals and stealing Native artifacts. Inside a netherworld where law enforcement lets right-wing paramilitaries run things. 

Native Tribal Council Says Armed Protesters In Oregon "Just Need To Get The Hell Out Of Here"

Said Burns Paiute Tribal Council Chair Charlotte Rodrique: ”Don’t tell me any of these ranchers came across the Bering Strait.”