According to The Oregonian, they were headed to the city of John Day, where they planned to participate in a community meeting set up by local residents. Everyone obeyed orders to surrender except Finicum and Ryan Bundy, Ammon Bundy's brother, the official told CNN. Ryan Bundy was wounded, and Finicum died, the source said. Occupiers: 'A patriot has fallen' Finicum was one of the most vocal occupiers who took over the refuge building near Burns. Earlier this month, the father of 11 told CNN he did not want to die -- but would never go behind bars. "I'm just not going to prison," Finicum said. "Look at the stars. There's no way I'm going to sit in a concrete cell where I can't see the stars and roll out my bedroll on the ground. That's just not going to happen. I want to be able to get up in the morning and throw my saddle on my horse and go check on my cows. It's OK.
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