Law Enforcement Agencies operate a checkpoint on a road as a containment strategy surrounding the Malheur Wildlife Refuge January 27, 2016 near Burns, Oregon. / AFP / Rob Kerr
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One of the last holdouts in the armed takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge said Thursday the remaining five occupiers will leave if they receive assurances none of them will be arrested.The group's leader, Ammon Bundy, and 10 others have been arrested over the past couple of days, most of them in a traffic stop Tuesday night that erupted in gunfire and left one follower dead.Bundy followers gave conflicting accounts of how Finicum died.A member of the Bundy family said Finicum did nothing to provoke the agents.Authorities refused to release any details about the encounter or even to verify that it was Finicum who was killed.
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