Bundy aftermath

Forbes magazine columnist J.J. MacNab has tracked what has happened to some of the followers of federal tax scofflaw Cliven Bundy since the standoff at Bunkerville a year ago.

• Steven Brooks of Ohio (not the former Nevada legislator) has been charged in Texas with carrying a weapon at a business that sells alcohol.

• Jerred and Amanda Miller killed two Las Vegas police officers and a bystander. He was then killed by police, and she killed herself.

• Richard Cook, a veteran criminal, is awaiting trial for being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Those four were present in Bunkerville during the standoff. Several Bundy supporters who were not at Bunkerville have also distinguished themselves, including Charles Moreland of Oklahoma who pleaded guilty to influencing, impeding and retaliating against a federal official (U.S. Sen. Harry Reid). He had threatened Reid with death. Five people who tore up Recapture Canyon in Utah with all-terrain vehicles go to trial this month. The canyon, which contains dwellings and artifacts of the ancient Pueblo people, is closed to all but hikers and horseback riders.

Cliven Bundy has never been charged with anything.