UPDATE: Fry appeared to have turned himself to the FBI at around 11:00 AM PST.
David Fry, the 27-year-old best known for live streaming the last days of the Oregon standoff, is the last remaining Oregon protestor and refuses to leave the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Fry is defying both the FBI and Nevada lawmaker Michele Fiore, the latter of whom has spent most of the morning attempting to convince him to walk out of the refuge peacefully.
“I’m actually pointing a gun at my head right now,” he said during the livefeed. “I’m tired of living here.”
“I told you exactly what I’d do: I’d hold up a pistol and kill myself.”
Fry decided to remain at the refuge as the other three protestors, Sean Anderson, Sandy Anderson and Jeff Banta, walked unarmed and one at a time to meet Fiore, the Rev. Franklin Graham and at least three FBI agents near the entrance to the refuge.
“There’s a lot going through my mind right now,” he added later. “I still don’t feel safe coming out.”
“I don’t want to be put around bars; I’m not willing to take that risk.”
This story is developing.
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