The People vs. Citizens for Constitutional Freedom isn't going to be a simple trial.
The remaining militiamen occupying a wildlife refuge in Oregon have said they will only surrender if they receive a guarantee that they will not be arrested.
The feds say Robert “LaVoy” Finicum was reaching for his gun when state troopers opened fire during a confrontation on Tuesday.
The militiamen turned themselves in to authorities hours after Ammon Bundy, the original leader of the group, urged supporters to go home.
In a livestream broadcast from the wildlife refuge on Wednesday, the militiamen said they have supplies "for the long haul" and are prepared to fight.
Around 40 people — including women and children — are said to remain at the wildlife refuge as the standoff continues despite the death of the group's spokesman and the arrest of leader Ammon Bundy.