A juror who voted to acquit Ammon Bundy, his brother, and five others on federal conspiracy charges in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation tells The Oregonian that "all 12 jurors felt that this verdict was a statement regarding the various failures of the prosecution to prove 'conspiracy' ... and not any form of affirmation of the defense's various beliefs, actions, or aspirations. Proving the . . .
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