In a way, Oregon finally gets to turn the page on the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters, little more than a year after a 41-day standoff came to a close.
Feds re-seized the public property in February 2016, an event that gained international attention. To some who watched, it was a clear story of government overreach. To others, it was no doubt domestic terrorism.
To a Portland jury, it was somewhere in between.