Neil Sigurd Wampler (center, green coat), 68, of Los Osos is among the militia members taking part in the armed occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge outside Burns, Oregon. According to court records and authorities, Wampler was convicted of murder in Lake County in 1977. Here, he listens as leader Ammon Bundy speaks at a morning press conference near the gate to the refuge on Jan. 14.
Neil Sigurd Wampler (center, green coat), 68, of Los Osos is among the militia members taking part in the armed occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge outside Burns, Oregon. According to court records and authorities, Wampler was convicted of murder in Lake County in 1977. Here, he listens as leader Ammon Bundy speaks at a morning press conference near the gate to the refuge on Jan. 14. Thomas Boyd The Oregonian
Neil Sigurd Wampler (center, green coat), 68, of Los Osos is among the militia members taking part in the armed occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge outside Burns, Oregon. According to court records and authorities, Wampler was convicted of murder in Lake County in 1977. Here, he listens as leader Ammon Bundy speaks at a morning press conference near the gate to the refuge on Jan. 14. Thomas Boyd The Oregonian

Convicted murderer from Los Osos is holed up with Oregon militia

January 22, 2016 01:41 PM