Seven people charged in a 41-day standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge have been acquitted.
They were found not guilty of those charges, while a hung jury was declared on Ryan Bundy's theft charge.
They were part of a group — who the local sheriff described as "outside militants" — that decided not to leave after staging a protest at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters in January.
At the heart of the standoff: federal land management. They want local authorities to control federal lands.
Hundreds had reportedly gathered to protest the conviction and sentencing of a father and son for setting fire to federal land.
One man was killed during the standoff in a confrontation with authorities in late January.
Although the Bundy brothers weren't convicted in Oregon, they're not completely off the hook.