The statements of Ammon Bundy, an anti-government militia leader, align with messages from humanitarian and immigration organizations—that those seeking refuge in the United States are often fleeing persecution, violence, political corruption.
The family and its supporters follow a text called "The Nay Book," allegedly compiled by a friend and fellow rancher.
The video shows Finicum exiting a vehicle with his hands raised, before he reaches in his jacket for something.
The Malheur militants seem more interested in winning over the media than firing on the Feds.
Property rights advocates need to find ranchers more appealing than the Bundys or the Hammonds.