Update, 2:10 p.m.: David Fry has surrendered into FBI custody without harming any agents or himself. The Malheur Wildlife Refuge is now back under public control after 41 days of occupation.
Original post, 1:30 p.m.: Three of the four armed protesters who'd remained at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge until Thursday morning have surrendered to the FBI, reports from Oregon say. The remaining occupier—an Ohio man named David Fry—was believed to have been prepared to leave the refuge with the others but is now refusing to do so and says he is suicidal. Fry is communicating by phone with other individuals in the anti-government movement (their call is being broadcast on a live-feed) who are trying unsuccessfully to persuade him to leave safely:
"I'm really confused right now," Fry says.— Molly Young (@mollykyoung) February 11, 2016
Hall tells him that's OK. "But you can take a step forward and go out."
He's made a number of vague political statements and demands:
Fry just declared war against the government. "Liberty or death. I'm taking that stance." #Oregonstandoff— Molly Young (@mollykyoung) February 11, 2016
Fry says he should be able to opt out of taxes and earn money without paying for abortions. #Oregonstandoff— Molly Young (@mollykyoung) February 11, 2016
Evangelist Franklin Graham is also on the call:
Last refuge occupier Fry says to Rev. Graham 'Oh man. I can't come out guys, I can't do it." #Oregonstandoff— Laura Gunderson (@LGunderson) February 11, 2016
The Oregonian is streaming tweets from reporters who are covering the story here.