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(Portland, OR)  --  A Montana man involved in the armed occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge remains on the run after being indicted on federal charges which include damaging tribal lands.  Officials say Jake Ryan and another protester damaged an archaeological site considered sacred to the Burns Paiute Tribe.  Ryan is one of two defendants indicted on charges stemming from the 41-day standoff at the Malhuer National Wildlife Refuge who have yet to be arrested.  A Facebook message supposedly from Ryan's family asked for continued moral support.

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