BURNS, Ore. (INTELLIHUB) — A Youtuber by the name of Bravo Von Muller recently traveled to Oregon in an attempt to determine if the reports of “French mercenaries” in the area are actually true.

Once in Burns, Muller stopped by the FBI command post to ask about the reported French mercenaries to see if it could be true.

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Once Muller arrived at the FBI’s command center he was approached by a few agents who spoke with Muller rather civilly.

“I’m just going to be on the ground looking for French foreign mercenaries basically. You know if it’s true I just want to document it, ” Muller told one of the agents.

To no surprise the FBI basically told Muller that the reports are not true and that they are just rumors.

So on Super Bowl Sunday, Muller drove out to the Malheur Wildlife Refuge where four armed occupiers are still holding their ground against the federal government over the Hammond situation.

Shockingly, Muller claims he was passed by a “white SUV” traveling at a high rate of speed that was displaying “French” or “European” style license plates, affirming other reports to be true.

“I saw a white SUV come barreling passed me like a bat out of hell […] there was two guys in the front seat, mercenary looking guys, and I didn’t think much about it until they passed me. And low and behold you are not going to believe what I saw. I saw what looked like a French Euro license plate.”

Muller said he couldn’t snap a picture because “they were moving way too fast.”

“The plate was a “dark brown color.”

Muller said that’s enough proof for him as the SUV turned into the refuge where a bunch of SUVs were exiting for a “shift change.”

The encounter took place around 3 or 4 p.m. local time.

The SUVs generally always have two men inside, Muller reported. (Although other reports have claimed that the SUV’s are using filled with four to six paramilitary figures.

Muller says, “It’s very intense” in Harney County.

Image: Bureau of Land Management Oregon and Washington/Flickr