Remember these wahoos?
Seven militia members led by brothers Ammon and Ryan Bundy occupied a federal reserve in Oregon back in January, which led to the death of LaVoy Finicum, one of the militia members.
They were arrested at the end of January, and have been held without bail ever since.
Thursday afternoon a jury in Oregon acquitted all seven militia members who commandeered the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in January of 2016. Ammon Bundy and six-co-defendants were charged with conspiring to impede federal employees during the standoff at the refuge. Four of the total seven defendants were charged with possessing guns in a federal facility.
The standoff originated with the men seeking to have the federal land turned over to the state. Law enforcement arrested them in February after the standoff continued for a month.
However, both Ammon Bundy and Ryan Bundy face charges in Nevada, so they are being held by federal marshals until they can be extradited to Nevada.