Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon (CNN)A leader of the armed group occupying a federal building in Oregon said he's been told the FBI has obtained five arrest warrants and planned to raid the property -- an allegation that federal or local law enforcement did not confirm.
Ammon Bundy didn't name the source of his information when he spoke late Tuesday night at a press conference outside the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns. He said he talked to an unnamed "commissioner."
According to Bundy, the source said authorities were gathering "their equipment and their goons" at a local high school, where classes have been suspended, and "they were planning on coming in and raiding the refuge."
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