UPDATE THURSDAY, 12:45 P.M. — According to The Oregonian, one of the occupiers of the Malheur Wildfire Refuge has left, leaving just four remaining.
Two days after an ambush on a remote highway by law enforcement on the leadership of the Oregon refuge standoff went south, resulting in the death of Robert "LeVoy" Finnicum, only five occupiers remain. Yesterday, according to The Oregonian, arrested leader Ammon Bundy released a statement through his attorney asking for the remaining occupiers to leave the refuge and asking the federal government to not prosecute those who peacefully disperse.
Last night, most of the occupiers left, with a few being arrested. But in a video posted late in the evening by one of the remaining occupiers, David Fry of Ohio, he describes the chaos that ensued on the refuge after Finnicum's death and the reason why he and four others have refused to leave despite Bundy's request.
Watch the video below (Parental warning: Brief language):