Some of Weaver's supporters called KY3 News recently because they believed he was under siege again. When a reporter and photographer arrived at his home just outside Harrison, supporters had blocked off his driveway. Some men in a military-type vehicle led the crew inside and, after some coaxing, Weaver consented to an interview.
"They're not intimidating this old boy anymore," said Weaver.
Weaver fears the federal government may be watching him again after his neighbor spotted someone suspicious.
"She says, 'I just scared some guy in a black uniform out of the weeds out there by the woods and he took off running,'" he said.
Weaver says he worries because he says things like this started happening right before the siege on Ruby Ridge, his home in Idaho.
Sunday, July 15, 2007
Weaver of Ruby Ridge fame now in northwest Arkansas
KY3 has an update on anti-government activist Randy Weaver, known primarily for the siege on Ruby Ridge in 1992. Weaver has moved his location to the Harrison, Ark. area: