20 years after Ruby Ridge, there's forgiveness
KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) -- Twenty years ago, federal agents laid siege on a cabin on a remote Idaho mountaintop called Ruby Ridge.
The deadly standoff helped spark an anti-government patriot movement that grew to include the Oklahoma City bombing.
Sara Weaver lost her mother and brother in August 1992. Both of them were killed by government agents. Today, she says she has finally left the anger behind, finding religion -- and forgiveness.
Her father, Randy, was wanted by federal agents after he was suspected of selling a government informant two illegal sawed-off shotguns. To avoid arrest, Weaver holed up on his land.
These days, the remaining Weaver family members live near Kalispell, Mont. Sara Weaver says her father is a doting grandfather.