Bundy lost a home in a short sale in 2012 and is behind in his property taxes.
Idaho public records show that he purchased a home in Emmet, ID in June 2015.
He has a long paper trail of legal troubles in Utah dating back 10 years, including an alleged clash with courthouse bailiffs last year in which he was arrested.Bundy and his wife, Angie, have eight children, a family portrait posted to Facebook shows.They live in Cedar City, Utah, and Bunkerville, Nevada, and run a melon business.They're military veterans and small business owners.Some have authored books and lost their jobs to join the cause. to include additional information about Jason Patrick and his indictment in Georgia on a charge of making terroristic threats. Some protesters appear to have spent the night continuously, while others have come and gone.
Who are the armed occupants of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Oregon? The profile of Robert "La Voy" Finicum, who was killed Jan. The group present at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters 30 miles south of Burns, Ore. A few people describe themselves, in videos from the compound, as sympathetic visitors who drove great distances to see firsthand what's happening.Below is a partial list of individuals who have appeared at the compound, along with what's known of their roles.Ammon Bundy The main public face of the occupation is Ammon Bundy, the 40-year-old son of Cliven Bundy, whose 2014 standoff with federal officials in Nevada over million in unpaid grazing fees and penalties made national news.It is his first time in the spotlight as a patriot movement leader.Like his father, Ammon Bundy frequently invokes his Mormon faith.In one recent video, Bundy said: "I know that what we did is right. I know we are going to see great things come from this." At least until recently, Ammon Bundy lived in the Phoenix area with his wife, Lisa, and his six children.