Jury deliberations continue through Monday in the Bundy case

The jury deliberating guilt or innocence for six defendants connected to the Bundy Ranch standoff has wrapped for the day. They will resume on Monday, April 24. (Craig Fiegener | KSNV)

The jury ended deliberations Thursday without reaching a verdict in the Bundy weapons case.

Supporters have been outside the federal courthouse in Las Vegas ever since the jury began deliberating on April 13.

“The waiting is very difficult,” said Andrea Parker.

Parker’s husband Eric is among the six people on trial for weapons violations.

“Everything we’ve done, we’ve done. We’re just waiting to see if we’ve done enough,” said Parker.

Government prosecutors say the defendants are guilty of conspiracy against the federal government, conspiracy to impede a federal officer, assault, threatening, and obstruction of justice.

This is the first group of defendants to face trial in connection with the standoff at Cliven Bundy’s Bunkerville ranch in April 2014. Testimony during the trial lasted around two months.

Jury deliberations will continue in U.S. District Court on Monday.

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