Brandon Curtiss speaks to reporters at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge after he and other armed members of the Pacific Patriot Network from Idaho, Washington and Oregon arrived at the wildlife refuge outside Burns, Oregon, on Jan. 9, 2016. Curtiss was then president of 3% of Idaho, a group he founded.
Brandon Curtiss speaks to reporters at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge after he and other armed members of the Pacific Patriot Network from Idaho, Washington and Oregon arrived at the wildlife refuge outside Burns, Oregon, on Jan. 9, 2016. Curtiss was then president of 3% of Idaho, a group he founded. Mark Graves The Oregonian
Brandon Curtiss speaks to reporters at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge after he and other armed members of the Pacific Patriot Network from Idaho, Washington and Oregon arrived at the wildlife refuge outside Burns, Oregon, on Jan. 9, 2016. Curtiss was then president of 3% of Idaho, a group he founded. Mark Graves The Oregonian

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