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Standoff at Ruby Ridge

Federal authorities surrounded Randy Weaver’s mountaintop cabin in 1992 near Naples, Idaho, for 11 days following the shooting of a federal marshal.

Ruby Ridge standoff: A timeline

Federal authorities surrounded Randy Weaver’s mountaintop cabin in 1992 near Naples, Idaho, for 11 days following the shooting of a federal marshal.

Weaver surrenders at Ruby Ridge

A federal fugitive whom more than 400 law enforcement officers held at bay for 11 days walked down from his mountaintop refuge Monday, ending a bloody siege that killed his wife, his son and a deputy U.S. marshal.

Harris gives up, but Weavers remain at cabin

Kevin Harris surrendered at Randy Weaver’s mountaintop cabin Sunday, as former Green Beret Bo Gritz continued coaxing Weaver and his daughters to give up and bring an end to a 10-day siege by federal agents.

Negotiator Bo Gritz reports Vicki Weaver’s death

Randy Weaver’s wife Vicki died in a gunbattle last Saturday, said former Green Beret Bo Gritz, who marched up Ruby Ridge on Friday night and may have talked Weaver into surrendering.

Feds get first, brief response from Randy Weaver

As a tense standoff on Ruby Ridge passed its 100th hour, fugitive Randy Weaver made his first contact with federal agents Wednesday after a robot dropped a telephone beneath his porch window.

Agents not sure who killed Samuel Weaver

The son of fugitive Randy Weaver was killed instantly by a bullet during a gunfight Friday with deputy U.S. marshals, but authorities Tuesday night would not say who fired the fatal shot.