Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy will remain behind bars while he faces a half-dozen felony charges in the April 2014 armed standoff with law enforcement in Bunkerville.
A federal judge in Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday ordered the defiant Bundy patriarch held without bail after prosecutors called him "lawless and violent." U.S. marshals will return him to Las Vegas to answer the charges.
Bundy, 69, poses a danger to the community and might skip future court dates, according to the prosecutors' 34-page memorandum.
Prosecutors said Bundy refuses to obey court orders, has used force and violence in the past against authorities, "nearly causing catastrophic loss of life or injury to others," and has pledged to use force again.
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