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A checkpoint four miles away from the Malheur Wildlife Refuge headquarters in a photo taken Thursday morning.

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The armed occupation of Oregon’s Malheur Wildlife Refuge is over: The four remaining holdouts at the refuge surrendered to the FBI today, although the last of them—an eccentric Ohio man named David Fry—only did so after a long, bizarre phone conversation with other anti-government individuals that was broadcast on a live-feed. In other news:

Have a good day out there.

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