In this archive photo, federal agents and members of the media tour the outside of Randy Weaver’s home on Sept. 1, 1992. Confiscated guns and ammunition are displayed on the ground following the end of the 11-day standoff.
In this archive photo, federal agents and members of the media tour the outside of Randy Weaver’s home on Sept. 1, 1992. Confiscated guns and ammunition are displayed on the ground following the end of the 11-day standoff. GARY STEWART ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this archive photo, federal agents and members of the media tour the outside of Randy Weaver’s home on Sept. 1, 1992. Confiscated guns and ammunition are displayed on the ground following the end of the 11-day standoff. GARY STEWART ASSOCIATED PRESS

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