One of the Oregon militia has died and six others arrested after a shoot-out with police and the FBI at the remote wildlife reserve.
Several members of the group are still in situ in what is now a 26-day-long protest against the "tyranny" of government
Robert 'LaVoy' Finicum, 55, a rancher from northern Arizona, died of gunshot wounds late on Tuesday, local media reports. He first got involved in anti-fed protests because of an annual $1,126 grazing fee
The media had nicknamed him 'Tarp Man' for a series of interviews he conducted sheltering under blue tarpaulin with a gun in his lap (he told MSNBC he'd "rather die" than be arrested)
Leader Ammon Bundy was among the members taken into custody