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(Burns, OR)  --  The FBI says three more Malheur Wildlife Refuge occupants were arrested yesterday as they turned themselves in at a checkpoint outside the refuge.  Officials say five other occupants left the refuge after checkpoints were established, and all of them were released.  On Tuesday night, protest leader Ammon Bundy and seven others were arrested, and one of them was shot to death during a confrontation with police.  Yesterday, Bundy told the remaining occupiers of the refuge through his attorney to stand down and go home.

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