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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : FOX NEWS North Dakota Dakota Access pipeline protesters set fire to their camp ahead of today's deadline to evacuate the area or face arrest. NorthDakota
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Dakota Access pipeline protesters set fire to their camp ahead of today's deadline to evacuate the area or face arrest. NorthDakota

Dakota Access pipeline protesters set fire to their camp ahead of today's deadline to evacuate the area or face arrest. NorthDakota

Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : America Last stand': Protests erupt as standing Rock Tribe vows court challenge to DAPL easement Published: 9 Feb 2017 03:19 GMT ONOR KEEP STAND STA SACRE SIO In cities nationwide, Dakota Access Pipeline protesters are treating their cause with more urgency than ever since the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe vowed to fight President Donald Trump’s executive memorandum expediting construction. In court documents filed on Tuesday, the US Army Corps of Engineers announced it would grant the final permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline, and cancel any further environmental impact study (EIS) that would allow the pipe to be laid beneath Lake Oahe. "Today's announcement will allow for the final step, which is granting of the easement," Robert Speer, Acting Secretary of the Army, announced in a press release. "Once that it done, we will have completed all the tasks in the Presidential Memorandum of January 24, 2017," The announcement was a major blow to Native American “water protectors,” who were told in December that the Army Corps would not grant the company building the pipeline, Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, an easement to complete the final two miles of the $3.7 billion 1,170-mile pipeline. In a December statement, Jo-Ellen Darcy, US Assistant Secretary of the Army, said: “The best path forward was to explore alternative routes for the pipeline through an environmental review.”.After months of protesting, thousands of Native tribe members, climate activists and military veterans left the protest camps when the Obama administration ordered the environmental review in December. The few who stayed were subjected to temperatures of minus 9 degrees Fahrenheit. Now that protesters have left the camp, the Standing Rock website says that the Tribe will challenge the easement in court on the grounds that the EIS was “wrongfully terminated.” “The Obama administration correctly found that the Tribe’s treaty rights needed to be acknowledged and protected, and that the easement should not be granted without further review and consideration of alternative crossing locations,” Jan Hasselman, lead attorney for the Tribe, said in a statement. “Trump’s reversal of that decision continues a historic pattern of broken promises to Indian Tribes and unlawful violation of Treaty rights. They will be held accountable in court.”......
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In cities nationwide, Dakota Access Pipeline protesters are treating their cause with more urgency than ever since the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe vowed to fight President Donald Trump’s executive memorandum expediting construction. In court documents filed on Tuesday, the US Army Corps of Engineers announced it would grant the final permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline, and cancel any further environmental impact study (EIS) that would allow the pipe to be laid beneath Lake Oahe. "Today's announcement will allow for the final step, which is granting of the easement," Robert Speer, Acting Secretary of the Army, announced in a press release. "Once that it done, we will have completed all the tasks in the Presidential Memorandum of January 24, 2017," The announcement was a major blow to Native American “water protectors,” who were told in December that the Army Corps would not grant the company building the pipeline, Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, an easement to complete the final two miles of the $3.7 billion 1,170-mile pipeline. In a December statement, Jo-Ellen Darcy, US Assistant Secretary of the Army, said: “The best path forward was to explore alternative routes for the pipeline through an environmental review.”.After months of protesting, thousands of Native tribe members, climate activists and military veterans left the protest camps when the Obama administration ordered the environmental review in December. The few who stayed were subjected to temperatures of minus 9 degrees Fahrenheit. Now that protesters have left the camp, the Standing Rock website says that the Tribe will challenge the easement in court on the grounds that the EIS was “wrongfully terminated.” “The Obama administration correctly found that the Tribe’s treaty rights needed to be acknowledged and protected, and that the easement should not be granted without further review and consideration of alternative crossing locations,” Jan Hasselman, lead attorney for the Tribe, said in a statement. “Trump’s reversal of that decision continues a historic pattern of broken promises to Indian Tribes and unlawful violation of Treaty rights. They will be held accountable in court.”......

In cities nationwide, Dakota Access Pipeline protesters are treating their cause with more urgency than ever since the Standing Rock Siou...

Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Sanitation crews work to remove massive amounts of garbage from DAPL protest camp before spring thaw CANNON BALL, N.D. - all the garbage that was left by Dakota Access Pipeline protesters at the Oceti Sakowin Camp must be cleaned up. Sanitation crews are working hard to dispose of six months' worth of garbage from a community the size of Wahpeton or Valley City. The mountains of debris need to be moved before the spring thaw occurs. Making a dent in the immense amount of trash being hauled out of the Oceti Sakowin protest camp is being hindered by the weather. All the garbage that was left behind is now frozen into massive chunks of junk. In a month, all this trash could become toxic. "Standing Rock Environmental Protection Agency and Dakota Sanitation are working together to try and advert an environmental tragedy," says Tom Doering, Morton County Emergency Manager. It's estimated it will take 250 trucks filled with litter to clear the camp. "There's a lot of work to be done," says Doering. Each load that's dumped is inspected by the Morton County Sheriff's Department. "We are looking for, as I said, anything illegal, anything that might be used to, I guess, harm our officers during a protest," says Jay Gruebele, Morton County Sheriff's Office Captain. Authorities are also searching through the piles for evidence they hope they don't find. "As bad as it sounds, we're looking for people that may have died and could be wrapped up in a canvas or a tarp or tent," says Gruebele. Logistics make cleaning up this mess more difficult. "Because the bridge is closed, they have to take the long way around, so it's adding haul time," says Doering. Twenty-three loads have been dumped at the Bismarck Landfill since the cleanup started.
 Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Sanitation crews work to remove
 massive amounts of garbage from
 DAPL protest camp before spring thaw
CANNON BALL, N.D. - all the garbage that was left by Dakota Access Pipeline protesters at the Oceti Sakowin Camp must be cleaned up. Sanitation crews are working hard to dispose of six months' worth of garbage from a community the size of Wahpeton or Valley City. The mountains of debris need to be moved before the spring thaw occurs. Making a dent in the immense amount of trash being hauled out of the Oceti Sakowin protest camp is being hindered by the weather. All the garbage that was left behind is now frozen into massive chunks of junk. In a month, all this trash could become toxic. "Standing Rock Environmental Protection Agency and Dakota Sanitation are working together to try and advert an environmental tragedy," says Tom Doering, Morton County Emergency Manager. It's estimated it will take 250 trucks filled with litter to clear the camp. "There's a lot of work to be done," says Doering. Each load that's dumped is inspected by the Morton County Sheriff's Department. "We are looking for, as I said, anything illegal, anything that might be used to, I guess, harm our officers during a protest," says Jay Gruebele, Morton County Sheriff's Office Captain. Authorities are also searching through the piles for evidence they hope they don't find. "As bad as it sounds, we're looking for people that may have died and could be wrapped up in a canvas or a tarp or tent," says Gruebele. Logistics make cleaning up this mess more difficult. "Because the bridge is closed, they have to take the long way around, so it's adding haul time," says Doering. Twenty-three loads have been dumped at the Bismarck Landfill since the cleanup started.

CANNON BALL, N.D. - all the garbage that was left by Dakota Access Pipeline protesters at the Oceti Sakowin Camp must be cleaned up. Sani...

Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Sanitation crews work to remove massive amounts of garbage from DAPL protest camp before spring thaw Crews work to remove garbage from DAPL... 6:00 12 Waste Management By Sara Berlinger I Posted: Mon 5:36 PM, Feb 06, 2017 Updated: Mon 6:53 PM, Feb 06, 2017 CANNON BALL, N.D. Last week, we showed you all the garbage that was left by Dakota Access Pipeline protesters at the Oceti Sakowin Camp. Sanitation crews are working hard to dispose of six months' worth of garbage from a community the size of Wahpeton or Valley City. The mountains of debris need to be moved before the spring thaw occurs. Making a dent in the immense amount of trash being hauled out of the Oceti Sakowin protest camp is being hindered by the weather. All the garbage that was left behind is now frozen into massive chunks of junk. In a month, all this trash could become toxic. "Standing Rock Environmental Protection Agency and Dakota Sanitation are working together to try and advert an environmental tragedy," says Tom Doering, Morton County Emergency Manager. It's estimated it will take 250 trucks filled with litter to clear the camp. "There's a lot of work to be done," says Doering. ANTInoDAPL MniAintWiconi WaterIsLife PawneeScouts Pawnee Sioux StandingRockSioux NorthDakota DakotaAccessPipeline DAPL nodapl RedWarriorCamp NativeLivesMatter keepitintheground blacksnakekilla StandingRock Lakota cantdrinkoil StandingwithStandingRock. notaseal
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 CANNON BALL, N.D. Last week, we showed you all the
 garbage that was left by Dakota Access Pipeline protesters at
 the Oceti Sakowin Camp.
Sanitation crews are working hard to dispose of six months' worth of garbage from a community the size of Wahpeton or Valley City. The mountains of debris need to be moved before the spring thaw occurs. Making a dent in the immense amount of trash being hauled out of the Oceti Sakowin protest camp is being hindered by the weather. All the garbage that was left behind is now frozen into massive chunks of junk. In a month, all this trash could become toxic. "Standing Rock Environmental Protection Agency and Dakota Sanitation are working together to try and advert an environmental tragedy," says Tom Doering, Morton County Emergency Manager. It's estimated it will take 250 trucks filled with litter to clear the camp. "There's a lot of work to be done," says Doering. ANTInoDAPL MniAintWiconi WaterIsLife PawneeScouts Pawnee Sioux StandingRockSioux NorthDakota DakotaAccessPipeline DAPL nodapl RedWarriorCamp NativeLivesMatter keepitintheground blacksnakekilla StandingRock Lakota cantdrinkoil StandingwithStandingRock. notaseal

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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : E Che Mashington post Energy and Environment Bureau of Indian Affairs sending agents to help clear Dakota Access protesters from site By Juliet Eilperin February 3 The federal government announced Friday that it was dispatching Bureau of Indian Affairs agents to help clear Dakota Access Pipeline protesters from the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. The tribe and its allies have been lobbying against federal approval of the 1,170-mile pipeline, which crosses four states and would carry crude oil from the rich shale-oil basins of western North Dakota to the pipeline networks and refineries in Illinois. While many business, farm and labor organizations back the project, arguing it remains the safest ways to transport oil, a coalition of tribal and environmental groups argue it will accelerate climate change and could disturb sacred burial grounds and archaeological sites and potentially pollute water sources. In response to a directive from President Trump, this week the acting secretary of the Army, Robert Speer, ordered the Army Corps of Engineers to expedite review of an easement for the pipeline to run under Lake Oahe. But some protesters have remained on the site, even as the weather has become harsher and tribal officials have said they will fight any federal permit in court. Corps officials have said that the extended protests have contributed to soil erosion that could make any potential spring flooding worse. Some activists have moved to higher ground, and on Wednesday authorities arrested 74 of them who had decamped to land owned by the pipeline’s developer, Energy Transfer Partners. Acting assistant secretary of Indian affairs Michael S. Black said the agency had sent “enforcement support and will assist” the tribe “in closing the protest camps within the Standing Rock Reservation boundary.” “North Dakota Governor [Doug] Burgum, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe leadership, local law enforcement, and local landowners have all warned the public and those still camped of the dangerous spring flooding expected due to the heavy amount of snowfall the state received this winter,” Black added. “The closing of the camps is a matter of public health and safety, and working together at this time will allow for the safe removal of waste and debris that will impact the local environment and protection of those camped.”
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 sending agents to help
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The federal government announced Friday that it was dispatching Bureau of Indian Affairs agents to help clear Dakota Access Pipeline protesters from the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. The tribe and its allies have been lobbying against federal approval of the 1,170-mile pipeline, which crosses four states and would carry crude oil from the rich shale-oil basins of western North Dakota to the pipeline networks and refineries in Illinois. While many business, farm and labor organizations back the project, arguing it remains the safest ways to transport oil, a coalition of tribal and environmental groups argue it will accelerate climate change and could disturb sacred burial grounds and archaeological sites and potentially pollute water sources. In response to a directive from President Trump, this week the acting secretary of the Army, Robert Speer, ordered the Army Corps of Engineers to expedite review of an easement for the pipeline to run under Lake Oahe. But some protesters have remained on the site, even as the weather has become harsher and tribal officials have said they will fight any federal permit in court. Corps officials have said that the extended protests have contributed to soil erosion that could make any potential spring flooding worse. Some activists have moved to higher ground, and on Wednesday authorities arrested 74 of them who had decamped to land owned by the pipeline’s developer, Energy Transfer Partners. Acting assistant secretary of Indian affairs Michael S. Black said the agency had sent “enforcement support and will assist” the tribe “in closing the protest camps within the Standing Rock Reservation boundary.” “North Dakota Governor [Doug] Burgum, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe leadership, local law enforcement, and local landowners have all warned the public and those still camped of the dangerous spring flooding expected due to the heavy amount of snowfall the state received this winter,” Black added. “The closing of the camps is a matter of public health and safety, and working together at this time will allow for the safe removal of waste and debris that will impact the local environment and protection of those camped.”

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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Malia Obama Seen at Dakota Access Pipeline Protest at Sundance mediablackoutusa a America’s former first daughter (fight me) is apparently keeping busy now that her dad has stepped down from the presidency. Malia Obama marked her first week as a “normal” person by attending an event supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday, USA Today reports. The protest comes as President Donald Trump gave the go-ahead for construction to continue on the Keystone XL and the Dakota Access pipelines, reigniting the conflict between Native Americans and activists fighting for their sacred lands (in North Dakota) and against other probable health and environmental problems that the pipelines could bring. As the report notes, Malia blended in so flawlessly that it seemed to take days for anyone to notice, her attendance only brought to public attention after actress and activist Shailene Woodley mentioned her appearance in an interview with DemocracyNow.org. “It was amazing to see Malia,” Woodley said. “To witness a human being and a woman coming into her own outside of her family and outside of the attachments that this country has on her, but someone who’s willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to, because she recognizes, regardless of her last name, that if she doesn’t participate in democracy, there will be no world for her future children.” Anyway, it’s bound to be a busy year for the eldest Obama daughter. She’s still currently taking her gap-year before enrolling at Harvard University this fall. In the meantime she is slated to begin an internship with the Weinstein Company in February. Theroot.com
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America’s former first daughter (fight me) is apparently keeping busy now that her dad has stepped down from the presidency. Malia Obama marked her first week as a “normal” person by attending an event supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday, USA Today reports. The protest comes as President Donald Trump gave the go-ahead for construction to continue on the Keystone XL and the Dakota Access pipelines, reigniting the conflict between Native Americans and activists fighting for their sacred lands (in North Dakota) and against other probable health and environmental problems that the pipelines could bring. As the report notes, Malia blended in so flawlessly that it seemed to take days for anyone to notice, her attendance only brought to public attention after actress and activist Shailene Woodley mentioned her appearance in an interview with DemocracyNow.org. “It was amazing to see Malia,” Woodley said. “To witness a human being and a woman coming into her own outside of her family and outside of the attachments that this country has on her, but someone who’s willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to, because she recognizes, regardless of her last name, that if she doesn’t participate in democracy, there will be no world for her future children.” Anyway, it’s bound to be a busy year for the eldest Obama daughter. She’s still currently taking her gap-year before enrolling at Harvard University this fall. In the meantime she is slated to begin an internship with the Weinstein Company in February. Theroot.com

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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Malia Obama leaves family holiday to Empire attend Dakota Access Pipeline protest MALIA OBAMA, the eldest daughter of former President Obama, attended the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline held at the Sundance Film Festival. . The $3.7bn (£2.8bn) pipeline is planned at nearly 1,200 miles (1,900km) long to transport some 470,000 barrels of crude oil a day across four states, from North Dakota to a terminal in Illinois, where it can be shipped to refineries. . Environmental activists say the pipeline, which is claimed will create a more cost-effective, efficient means of transporting crude, rather than shipping barrels by train, would perpetuate fossil fuel production, while others argue the project would contaminate drinking water and damage sacred burial sites. . The 18-year-old was seen at the standing rock solidarity event in Park City in Utah on Friday (Jan 27). . She is reported to have left her family’s Caribbean holiday to attend the largest independent film festival in the US. . Fellow protester and actress, Shailene Woodley, applauded Malia and said it was “amazing” to see her at the demonstration. . “To witness a human being and a woman coming in to her own outside of her family and outside of the attachments that this country has on her, but someone who’s willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to,” Shailene, who has been a key part of the protests, told Democracy Now. . “Because she recognises, regardless of her last name, that if she doesn’t participate in democracy, there will be no world for her future children.” . Malia, who left the White House just over a week ago, will start Harvard University in September. . YoungEmpire 👑
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MALIA OBAMA, the eldest daughter of former President Obama, attended the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline held at the Sundance Film Festival. . The $3.7bn (£2.8bn) pipeline is planned at nearly 1,200 miles (1,900km) long to transport some 470,000 barrels of crude oil a day across four states, from North Dakota to a terminal in Illinois, where it can be shipped to refineries. . Environmental activists say the pipeline, which is claimed will create a more cost-effective, efficient means of transporting crude, rather than shipping barrels by train, would perpetuate fossil fuel production, while others argue the project would contaminate drinking water and damage sacred burial sites. . The 18-year-old was seen at the standing rock solidarity event in Park City in Utah on Friday (Jan 27). . She is reported to have left her family’s Caribbean holiday to attend the largest independent film festival in the US. . Fellow protester and actress, Shailene Woodley, applauded Malia and said it was “amazing” to see her at the demonstration. . “To witness a human being and a woman coming in to her own outside of her family and outside of the attachments that this country has on her, but someone who’s willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to,” Shailene, who has been a key part of the protests, told Democracy Now. . “Because she recognises, regardless of her last name, that if she doesn’t participate in democracy, there will be no world for her future children.” . Malia, who left the White House just over a week ago, will start Harvard University in September. . YoungEmpire 👑

MALIA OBAMA, the eldest daughter of former President Obama, attended the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline held at the Sundance...

Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Malia Obama Joins Dakota Access Pipeline Protest R @Regrann from @americaforbernie - Repost @theshaderoom ・・・ TSR Staff: Kyle Anfernee Instagram: @Kyle.Anfernee Donald Trump has only been in office for about a week and MaliaObama isn't about to let him mess up what her father started! _________________________________ According to USA Today, Malia attended the Sundance Film Festival. On Monday, she went to an event supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest against DakotaAccessPipeline. _________________________________ The story only began to get a lot of attention after actress and anti-DAP activist ShaileneWoodley spoke about it in an interview with DemocracyNow.org. _________________________________ “It was amazing to see Malia,” the actress said. _________________________________ She continued, _________________________________ “To witness a human being and a woman coming in to her own outside of her family and outside of the attachments that this country has on her, but someone who’s willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to,” Woodley said. “Because she recognizes, regardless of her last name, that if she doesn’t participate in democracy, there will-Read More At TheShadeRoom.com NoDAPL WaterIsLife WaterCrisis StandingRock StandTogether HumanRights - regrann dumptrump
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@Regrann from @americaforbernie - Repost @theshaderoom ・・・ TSR Staff: Kyle Anfernee Instagram: @Kyle.Anfernee Donald Trump has only been in office for about a week and MaliaObama isn't about to let him mess up what her father started! _________________________________ According to USA Today, Malia attended the Sundance Film Festival. On Monday, she went to an event supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest against DakotaAccessPipeline. _________________________________ The story only began to get a lot of attention after actress and anti-DAP activist ShaileneWoodley spoke about it in an interview with DemocracyNow.org. _________________________________ “It was amazing to see Malia,” the actress said. _________________________________ She continued, _________________________________ “To witness a human being and a woman coming in to her own outside of her family and outside of the attachments that this country has on her, but someone who’s willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to,” Woodley said. “Because she recognizes, regardless of her last name, that if she doesn’t participate in democracy, there will-Read More At TheShadeRoom.com NoDAPL WaterIsLife WaterCrisis StandingRock StandTogether HumanRights - regrann dumptrump

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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Malia Obama Joins Dakota Access Pipeline Protest SR BLESS HER!!! @Regrann from @americaforbernie - Repost @theshaderoom ・・・ TSR Staff: Kyle Anfernee Instagram: @Kyle.Anfernee Donald Trump has only been in office for about a week and MaliaObama isn't about to let him mess up what her father started! _________________________________ According to USA Today, Malia attended the Sundance Film Festival. On Monday, she went to an event supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest against DakotaAccessPipeline. _________________________________ The story only began to get a lot of attention after actress and anti-DAP activist ShaileneWoodley spoke about it in an interview with DemocracyNow.org. _________________________________ “It was amazing to see Malia,” the actress said. _________________________________ She continued, _________________________________ “To witness a human being and a woman coming in to her own outside of her family and outside of the attachments that this country has on her, but someone who’s willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to,” Woodley said. “Because she recognizes, regardless of her last name, that if she doesn’t participate in democracy, there will-Read More At TheShadeRoom.com NoDAPL WaterIsLife WaterCrisis StandingRock StandTogether HumanRights - regrann
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BLESS HER!!! @Regrann from @americaforbernie - Repost @theshaderoom ・・・ TSR Staff: Kyle Anfernee Instagram: @Kyle.Anfernee Donald Trump has only been in office for about a week and MaliaObama isn't about to let him mess up what her father started! _________________________________ According to USA Today, Malia attended the Sundance Film Festival. On Monday, she went to an event supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest against DakotaAccessPipeline. _________________________________ The story only began to get a lot of attention after actress and anti-DAP activist ShaileneWoodley spoke about it in an interview with DemocracyNow.org. _________________________________ “It was amazing to see Malia,” the actress said. _________________________________ She continued, _________________________________ “To witness a human being and a woman coming in to her own outside of her family and outside of the attachments that this country has on her, but someone who’s willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to,” Woodley said. “Because she recognizes, regardless of her last name, that if she doesn’t participate in democracy, there will-Read More At TheShadeRoom.com NoDAPL WaterIsLife WaterCrisis StandingRock StandTogether HumanRights - regrann

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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : America Protesters tear gassed, 3 arrested in latest Dakota Access Pipeline protest Published: 17 Jan 2017 22:38 GMT Police said they arrested three people and have charged them with criminal trespass, inciting a riot and resisting arrest, according to UPI. "On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, ND law enforcement shot at and tear gassed people praying and expressing their 1st amendment rights," Dakota-Lakota Sioux writer Ruth Hopkins posted on Twitter. Three people have been taken into custody for attempting to enter private property near the Dakota Access Pipeline’s horizontal drill pad, according to police. Water protectors said they were on a prayer walk when they were tear gassed by police. About 200 people moved from the main protest camp and headed north on the Missouri River in North Dakota on Monday afternoon and cut a fence about 700 feet away from the DAPL’s drill pad, the Morton County Sheriff’s Office said. A long line of local police and National Guard soldiers holding plastic baton shields prevented protesters from entering the property by pushing them back and firing several rounds of tear gas at them, a video posted on Facebook showed. Officials said the protest dispersed around 7:00pm. At least 589 people have been arrested since August over DAPL protests. Last month, the US Army Corps of Engineers denied an easement permit needed for drilling under the Missouri River, and have begun an environmental review, after months of protest at the site. As proposed, the controversial $3.7 billion pipeline would carry hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil from North Dakota’s oil fields to Illinois and then onto the southern US coast. Native American tribes, including the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, launched protests against the 1,134-mile oil pipeline's construction, arguing that any leak on the pipeline would threaten the tribes’ drinking water and that the pipeline’s path snakes through ancestral lands. The Republican-dominated North Dakota legislature is also pushing legislation that would make it legal to run over protesters with cars, among other anti-demonstration measures.The Indigenous Environmental Network's Dallas Goldtooth posted photos on Facebook Tuesday of "an AN-TWQ-1 Avenger vehicle," a surface-to-air missile system, overlooking the protest camp.....
 Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : America
 Protesters tear gassed, 3 arrested in
 latest Dakota Access Pipeline protest
 Published: 17 Jan 2017 22:38 GMT
Police said they arrested three people and have charged them with criminal trespass, inciting a riot and resisting arrest, according to UPI. "On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, ND law enforcement shot at and tear gassed people praying and expressing their 1st amendment rights," Dakota-Lakota Sioux writer Ruth Hopkins posted on Twitter. Three people have been taken into custody for attempting to enter private property near the Dakota Access Pipeline’s horizontal drill pad, according to police. Water protectors said they were on a prayer walk when they were tear gassed by police. About 200 people moved from the main protest camp and headed north on the Missouri River in North Dakota on Monday afternoon and cut a fence about 700 feet away from the DAPL’s drill pad, the Morton County Sheriff’s Office said. A long line of local police and National Guard soldiers holding plastic baton shields prevented protesters from entering the property by pushing them back and firing several rounds of tear gas at them, a video posted on Facebook showed. Officials said the protest dispersed around 7:00pm. At least 589 people have been arrested since August over DAPL protests. Last month, the US Army Corps of Engineers denied an easement permit needed for drilling under the Missouri River, and have begun an environmental review, after months of protest at the site. As proposed, the controversial $3.7 billion pipeline would carry hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil from North Dakota’s oil fields to Illinois and then onto the southern US coast. Native American tribes, including the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, launched protests against the 1,134-mile oil pipeline's construction, arguing that any leak on the pipeline would threaten the tribes’ drinking water and that the pipeline’s path snakes through ancestral lands. The Republican-dominated North Dakota legislature is also pushing legislation that would make it legal to run over protesters with cars, among other anti-demonstration measures.The Indigenous Environmental Network's Dallas Goldtooth posted photos on Facebook Tuesday of "an AN-TWQ-1 Avenger vehicle," a surface-to-air missile system, overlooking the protest camp.....

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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Posted: Mon 11:57 AM, Jan 09, 2017 in 8. BISMARCK, N.D. A Colorado woman has pleaded not guilty to federal charges in connection to an incident at a Dakota Access Pipeline protest. Thirty-seven-year-old Red Fawn Fallis is charged with civil disorder, discharge of a firearm in connection to a felony crime of violence and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Authorities say Fallis pulled out a gun and shot in the direction of officers as they were arresting her at a protest in October. If convicted of all charges, she faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and a minimum of 10 years. Fallis remains in federal custody and her trial date is scheduled for March @Regrann from @howlatme - freeredfawn update via: kfyrtv.com Colorado woman pleads not guilty to federal charges related to DAPL protest- BISMARCK, N.D. - A Colorado woman has pleaded not guilty to federal charges in connection to an incident at a Dakota Access Pipeline protest. Thirty-seven-year-old RedFawnFallis is charged with civil disorder, discharge of a firearm in connection to a felony crime of violence and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Authorities say Fallis pulled out a gun and shot in the direction of officers as they were arresting her at a protest in October. If convicted of all charges, she faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and a minimum of 10 years. Fallis remains in federal custody and her trial date is scheduled for March. nodapl protectornotprotester - regrann
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 BISMARCK, N.D. A Colorado woman has pleaded not
 guilty to federal charges in connection to an incident at
 a Dakota Access Pipeline protest.
 Thirty-seven-year-old Red Fawn Fallis is charged with
 civil disorder, discharge of a firearm in connection to a
 felony crime of violence and possession of a firearm by
 a convicted felon.
 Authorities say Fallis pulled out a gun and shot in the
 direction of officers as they were arresting her at a
 protest in October.
 If convicted of all charges, she faces a maximum
 sentence of life in prison and a minimum of 10 years.
 Fallis remains in federal custody and her trial date is
 scheduled for March
@Regrann from @howlatme - freeredfawn update via: kfyrtv.com Colorado woman pleads not guilty to federal charges related to DAPL protest- BISMARCK, N.D. - A Colorado woman has pleaded not guilty to federal charges in connection to an incident at a Dakota Access Pipeline protest. Thirty-seven-year-old RedFawnFallis is charged with civil disorder, discharge of a firearm in connection to a felony crime of violence and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Authorities say Fallis pulled out a gun and shot in the direction of officers as they were arresting her at a protest in October. If convicted of all charges, she faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and a minimum of 10 years. Fallis remains in federal custody and her trial date is scheduled for March. nodapl protectornotprotester - regrann

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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Pipeline spills 176,000 gallons of crude into creek about 150 miles from Dakota Access protest camp CNBC By Tom DiChristopher CNBC 13 hours ago That's what we fear ! A pipeline leak has spilled tens of thousands of gallons of crude oil into a NorthDakota creek roughly two and a half hours from Cannon Ball, where protesters are camped out in opposition to the Dakota Access pipeline. Members of the StandingRock Sioux and other tribes, as well as environmentalists from around the country, have fought the pipeline project on the grounds that it crosses beneath a lake that provides drinking water to native Americans. They say the route beneath LakeOahe puts the water source in jeopardy and would destroy sacred land. North Dakota officials estimate more than 176,000 gallons of crude oil leaked from the Belle Fourche Pipeline into the AshCouleeCreek. State environmental scientist Bill Suess says a landowner discovered the spill on Dec. 5 near the city of Belfield, which is roughly 150 miles from the epicenter of the Dakota Access pipeline protest camps. The leak was contained within hours of the its discovery,Wendy Owen, a spokeswoman for Casper, Wyoming-based True Cos.,which operates the Belle Fourche pipeline, told CNBC. It's not yet clear why electronic monitoring equipment didn't detect the leak,Owen told the Asssociated Press. Owen said the pipeline was shut down immediately after the leak was discovered. The pipeline is buried on a hill near Ash Coulee creek, and the "hillside sloughed," which may have ruptured the line, she said. "That is our number one theory, but nothing is definitive," Owen said. "We have several working theories and the investigation is ongoing." Last week, the ArmyCorp of Engineers said it would deny Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) the easement it needs to complete the final stretch of the $3.7 billion Dakota Access pipeline.United States Assistant Secretary of the Army Jo-Ellen Darcy said the best path forward was to explore alternative routes for the pipeline,something Energy Transfer Partners says it will not do. EnergyTransferPartners says the DakotaAccessPipeline would include safeguards such as leak detection equipment and that workers monitoring the pipeline remotely in Texas could close valves within
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That's what we fear ! A pipeline leak has spilled tens of thousands of gallons of crude oil into a NorthDakota creek roughly two and a half hours from Cannon Ball, where protesters are camped out in opposition to the Dakota Access pipeline. Members of the StandingRock Sioux and other tribes, as well as environmentalists from around the country, have fought the pipeline project on the grounds that it crosses beneath a lake that provides drinking water to native Americans. They say the route beneath LakeOahe puts the water source in jeopardy and would destroy sacred land. North Dakota officials estimate more than 176,000 gallons of crude oil leaked from the Belle Fourche Pipeline into the AshCouleeCreek. State environmental scientist Bill Suess says a landowner discovered the spill on Dec. 5 near the city of Belfield, which is roughly 150 miles from the epicenter of the Dakota Access pipeline protest camps. The leak was contained within hours of the its discovery,Wendy Owen, a spokeswoman for Casper, Wyoming-based True Cos.,which operates the Belle Fourche pipeline, told CNBC. It's not yet clear why electronic monitoring equipment didn't detect the leak,Owen told the Asssociated Press. Owen said the pipeline was shut down immediately after the leak was discovered. The pipeline is buried on a hill near Ash Coulee creek, and the "hillside sloughed," which may have ruptured the line, she said. "That is our number one theory, but nothing is definitive," Owen said. "We have several working theories and the investigation is ongoing." Last week, the ArmyCorp of Engineers said it would deny Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) the easement it needs to complete the final stretch of the $3.7 billion Dakota Access pipeline.United States Assistant Secretary of the Army Jo-Ellen Darcy said the best path forward was to explore alternative routes for the pipeline,something Energy Transfer Partners says it will not do. EnergyTransferPartners says the DakotaAccessPipeline would include safeguards such as leak detection equipment and that workers monitoring the pipeline remotely in Texas could close valves within

That's what we fear ! A pipeline leak has spilled tens of thousands of gallons of crude oil into a NorthDakota creek roughly two and a ha...

Dakota Access Pipeline Protests : Dakota Access pipeline activists set their sights onthe Flint Water Crisis @17th soulja With their fight at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation seemingly won, at least for now, Dakota Access Pipeline protesters will refocus their efforts elsewhere — on Flint, Michigan. As MLive reported, the activists plan to take on the city's ongoing water crisis. "This problem is all over the county," Wes Clark Jr., a veteran of the U.S. Army, told MLive. Clark was one of the nearly 2,000-strong group, Veterans Stand for Standing Rock, that formed a first line of protection at the Oceti Sakowin Camp in North Dakota over the weekend. "It's got to be more than veterans," Clark said. "People have been treated wrong in this county for a long time."The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announcedSunday afternoon that it had denied the permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline to continue construction along its previously projected route, which would've taken the 1,172-mile pipeline under Lake Oahe. That, protesters argued, would have contaminated the Missouri River as a water source, while also disturbing the sacred tribal lands of the Standing Rock Sioux. The demonstration against the pipeline's construction has been going on for months, with clashes between peaceful protesters and the police frequently turning violent. The Flint water crisis, meanwhile, stretches back over two years. The city was supposed to start sourcing water from Lake Huron in 2013, rather than purchasing it from Detroit, but doing so required the construction of a pipeline. Detroit cut off Flint's water supply ahead of schedule, forcing the city to look to the Flint River, the waters of which corroded the lead pipes that brought it to residents. As a result, the water that people were drinking was not only poisoned, but also rife with disease-causing bacteria. Despite the fact that people were developing rashes and illnesses from the brown water coming out of their taps, it wasn't until January 2016 that Flint declared a state of emergency. President Barack Obama followed suit in January as well. And yet, progress has been slow — residents still don't have easy access to potable drinking water and still fall victim to water-borne bacterial disease. Veterans and activists do not know exactly
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With their fight at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation seemingly won, at least for now, Dakota Access Pipeline protesters will refocus their efforts elsewhere — on Flint, Michigan. As MLive reported, the activists plan to take on the city's ongoing water crisis. "This problem is all over the county," Wes Clark Jr., a veteran of the U.S. Army, told MLive. Clark was one of the nearly 2,000-strong group, Veterans Stand for Standing Rock, that formed a first line of protection at the Oceti Sakowin Camp in North Dakota over the weekend. "It's got to be more than veterans," Clark said. "People have been treated wrong in this county for a long time."The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announcedSunday afternoon that it had denied the permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline to continue construction along its previously projected route, which would've taken the 1,172-mile pipeline under Lake Oahe. That, protesters argued, would have contaminated the Missouri River as a water source, while also disturbing the sacred tribal lands of the Standing Rock Sioux. The demonstration against the pipeline's construction has been going on for months, with clashes between peaceful protesters and the police frequently turning violent. The Flint water crisis, meanwhile, stretches back over two years. The city was supposed to start sourcing water from Lake Huron in 2013, rather than purchasing it from Detroit, but doing so required the construction of a pipeline. Detroit cut off Flint's water supply ahead of schedule, forcing the city to look to the Flint River, the waters of which corroded the lead pipes that brought it to residents. As a result, the water that people were drinking was not only poisoned, but also rife with disease-causing bacteria. Despite the fact that people were developing rashes and illnesses from the brown water coming out of their taps, it wasn't until January 2016 that Flint declared a state of emergency. President Barack Obama followed suit in January as well. And yet, progress has been slow — residents still don't have easy access to potable drinking water and still fall victim to water-borne bacterial disease. Veterans and activists do not know exactly

With their fight at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation seemingly won, at least for now, Dakota Access Pipeline protesters will refocus...