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  • Watch and listen to the moment the Oregon standoff ends

    The final occupier of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in rural Oregon turned himself over to federal authorities Thursday. As federal agents surrounded the refuge, audio from the final hours of the standoff was captured on a YouTube live broadcast. After three others turned themselves in, David Fry ultimately surrendered peacefully, ending the occupation that began on Jan. 2.

Watch and listen to the moment the Oregon standoff ends

The final occupier of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in rural Oregon turned himself over to federal authorities Thursday. As federal agents surrounded the refuge, audio from the final hours of the standoff was captured on a YouTube live broadcast. After three others turned themselves in, David Fry ultimately surrendered peacefully, ending the occupation that began on Jan. 2.
Audio from Gavin Seim/YouTube