Pacific Patriots Network - Official Statement - Update on Burns, Oregon
PPN is still on site in Burns, Oregon and we have contact with people inside the Refuge. We are working on maintaining a calm presence in town and are still acting as a buffer between the Refuge and the FBI. We stand by our order of STAND BY at this time. No Call To Actions have been issued.
To confirm what we know so far: Ammon Bundy and several others were arrested while on their way to John Day, Oregon to a pre-scheduled meeting. Two others were arrested at separate times and taken into custody. The charges are 18 United States Code, Section 372. Our legal team is looking into these charges now and a report will be issued later on what we know. We have confirmed that those arrested were taken to Multnomah County Jail for booking.
We have confirmed that all women and children are off of the Refuge at this time. It is confirmed that the authorities have the Refuge surrounded and have made no attempts to ambush. We have inside sources telling us that they have been in contact with the authorities trying to work out a peaceful resolution.
We have several eye witnesses to things happening in Burns this morning. As we confirm and vet these accounts, information will be released. Please be patient as we want to make sure that we are putting out the most accurate information.
Pacific Patriots Network Media Team
8 March, 2016
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