Protester Eric Parker from Hailey aims his weapon from a bridge next to the Bureau of Land Management's base camp, where seized cattle belonging to rancher Cliven Bundy were being held near Bunkerville, Nevada, April 12, 2014.
Protester Eric Parker from Hailey aims his weapon from a bridge next to the Bureau of Land Management's base camp, where seized cattle belonging to rancher Cliven Bundy were being held near Bunkerville, Nevada, April 12, 2014. Jim Urquhart Reuters
Protester Eric Parker from Hailey aims his weapon from a bridge next to the Bureau of Land Management's base camp, where seized cattle belonging to rancher Cliven Bundy were being held near Bunkerville, Nevada, April 12, 2014. Jim Urquhart Reuters

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