The Oregon wildlife refuge standoff trial has entered the closing arguments phase. Seven people, including members of the Bundy family, face federal obstruction charges after occupying the refuge earlier this year in a protest against government overreach. Ryan Bundy, acting as his own attorney, quoted Martin Luther King, Jr. twice during his closing argument Wednesday, telling jurors to “stand for freedom” and find him not guilty. Bundy is among seven defendants being tried on charges of conspiring to impede federal workers from doing their jobs. Dozens of protesters occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon in January for nearly six weeks. The 41-day standoff ended when police killed one of the occupiers and the rest surrendered. The standoff started in support of two ranchers, the Hammonds. The Hammonds, father and son ranchers from the area, were convicted for setting a fire in 2001 that burned on federally-maintained land. The son, Steven, was convicted for setting another fire in 2006, which he said was a backburn to prevent wildfire from spreading to his property. Bundy said injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere, and explained he joined the protest in support of two ranchers he believed were wrongly imprisoned. “At some point the people have to insist that the government is not our master,” he said, according to the Associated Press.“They are our servants, and we have given them a duty.” The conspiracy charge is punishable by up to six years in prison. This is a story currently developing out of Oregon, that shows the trial on the Bundy Patriots in Oregon is soon coming to an end. Now since the Bundy group basically exposed the Federal Bureau Of Land Management by basically stealing land from states across America and ranchers, by going against Constitutional law claiming state land as property of the Federal government when it doesn't involve land for a military base...Which is by Constitutional law the only way the Federal government can control state land. So my feeling of the Bundy protesters in Oregon last winter is based in fear, because these men exposed the government...And well the trial is taking place in Federal court.