Ammon and Ryan have recently been released from the Multnomah County Jail following their acquittal on charges of leading an armed occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge, but they now face a number of new charges arising from an even that took place nearly two years ago.
An Oregon jury acquitted the brothers and five co-defendants last Wednesday of conspiracy to impede the jobs of federal officials at a national wildlife refuge.
The brothers left the downtown Portland jail and are now being flown to Las Vegas, where they will face more than a dozen felony charges relating to a 2014 event where the Bundys and their supporters had a stand-off with federal Bureau of Land Management agents.
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