Meet Lisa Marie Bundy
Lisa Marie Bundy is the wife of militant anti-government protester, Ammon Edward Bundy. Recent reports indicate her husband has been arrested following a confrontation with local and federal law enforcement.
During the confrontation, it has been reported government officials shot and killed one armed occupier.
Wife, Lisa Marie Bundy, also known as Lisa Sundloff Bundy posted on her Facebook page, following Thursday’s confrontation:
News update!!!!!! Please spread information. Something terrible has happened. Please say your prayers. The FBI HAS MURDERED AN INNOCENT PERSON. Not Ammon, but a dear friend of ours! No shots fired on our part!!! They open fired on innocent men!!!! Details later
Earlier this month, Ammon Bundy and a group of armed anti-government protesters took over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge -which they have occupied for 26 days. They were protesting against the pending imprisonment of two ranchers, Dwight and Steven Hammond, who were convicted of burning federal land.
Amon Bundy is the son of Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy, whose family were engaged in a standoff in April 2014 with the federal government as part of a decades long dispute with the Bureau of Land Management over grazing rights.
Lisa Marie Bundy is a stay at home mom. She and her husband have six children together. According to ther Facebook page, she studied at Southern Utah University. She attended Murray High and also Utah State University. She is the daughter of Meladie and Tom Sundloff.
Lisa Marie Bundy describes herself as the CEO of the family who resides in Phoenix, Arizona. She writes on social media: “The Most Luxurious Home of 6 Little Munchkins…we are busy!”
On the about section of her page, Lisa Marie Bundy says
Living an extremely adventurous, chaotic life with six little munchkins that keep me on the move.
In the recent clash, her husband and several fellow occupiers were pulled over Tuesday on Highway 395, a law enforcement official said. 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 two people: LaVoy Finicum and Bundy’s brother, Ryan Bundy. CNN reports.
Ryan Bundy was wounded, and LaVoy Finicum died.