Journalists, Local Observers Seem To Outnumber Oregon “Occupiers”

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As the situation at the federal Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon entered its third day, the occupiers appeared to be outnumbered by a few curious locals and a huge gaggle of journalists who swarmed this vast tract of sage-studded grassland, the Washington Post reports. Though an armed occupation was in progress, the snow around much of the headquarters in this remote federal wildlife refuge was untrampled and pristine. A refrigerator contained a handful of condiments and a single muffin. Two lonely sleeping bags were tucked in an out-of-the-way corner.

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