BUNKERVILLE, Nev. --- Jerad and Amanda Miller at one time were apart of the protest movement in Bunkerville but their involvement did not last long.
Militia members asked them to leave. On Tuesday Cliven Bundy sat down with News 3 to clear up things concerning their association with him and the movement.
Bundy said he never came face to face with the couple -- but several militia members did -- and they sensed something wrong with Jerad Miller.
Bundy says he's very sad of what happened and when in Bunkerville the sorrow can be felt. The flags are set at half staff in honor of the three men who lost their lives on Sunday.
Bundy says it's a shame the Miller's characterized themselves as Bundy supporters. He stresses no one supports violent actions toward any police officers.
Bundy said that since this has happened, he has reached out to Metro Sheriff Doug Gillespie. He says he's offered to cooperate with the sheriff on the investigation of Jerad and Amanda Miller.
Bundy says at least 4,000 people came to his ranch to support him during his fight with the Bureau of Land Management. Bundy said it not easy monitoring everyone. He says he is very sad about what happened and hopes the Millers getting kicked out of Bunkerville didn't spark them to violence.