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The FBI disclosed a full video of Tuesday's shooting of Robert "LaVoy" Finicum, a spokesman for the self-identified militia that has occupied a federally owned wildlife refuge in Oregon since January 2, during a traffic confrontation.
The militiamen turned themselves in to authorities hours after Ammon Bundy, the original leader of the group, urged supporters to go home.
Bundy, who was arrested with several members of his group at a traffic stop north of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in southeast Oregon, asked federal authorities to let his comrades leave the compound without being prosecuted.
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.
Robert “LaVoy” Finicum, who acted as a spokesman for the militia that has illegally occupied a federally owned wildlife refuge in Oregon for weeks, was shot dead during a confrontation with authorities.
Militia leader Ammon Bundy discusses an end to the Oregon standoff.
We asked Robert Menard, a leader of the Freemen movement in Canada, if the Oregon militiamen are terrorists.