Oregon militia leaders complain about no Internet in jail cell

Ammon Bundy, the jailed leader of the armed militia that took over a federal wildlife reserve in Oregon last January, says he needs Internet access. His brother Ryan, also in jail, is upset that he can't bear arms while he is in jail awaiting trial.

"My right to live is being violated," defendant Ryan Bundy wrote. "All of my First Amendment rights are being violated…I am not allowed to see my brother and move about….This violates my freedom of assembly…My Second Amendment rights are being violated. I never waived that right."

No news on whether the brothers asked for people to send snacks.