Andy Dunbar, left, and his son Tucker feed cattle on their ranch near the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon,. Far from uniting residents around a common cause, the antigovernment occupation at Malheur has dissolved neighborly ties and exposed divisions between those who support federal regulation of public land and others who bristle at Washington’s sway.
Andy Dunbar, left, and his son Tucker feed cattle on their ranch near the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon,. Far from uniting residents around a common cause, the antigovernment occupation at Malheur has dissolved neighborly ties and exposed divisions between those who support federal regulation of public land and others who bristle at Washington’s sway. JAROD OPPERMAN NYT
Andy Dunbar, left, and his son Tucker feed cattle on their ranch near the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon,. Far from uniting residents around a common cause, the antigovernment occupation at Malheur has dissolved neighborly ties and exposed divisions between those who support federal regulation of public land and others who bristle at Washington’s sway. JAROD OPPERMAN NYT

Killing of an Oregon wildlife refuge occupier has re-energized protesters

January 30, 2016 9:38 PM