Inside The Final Hours Of The Camp That Launched The Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

By Michael McLaughlin

Law enforcement in North Dakota emptied what had been the largest of the Dakota Access Pipeline opposition camps on Thursday by arresting dozens of protesters who disobeyed orders to leave.

A showdown of some sort had been expected as several hundred protesters, who called themselves “water protectors,” had remained in the Oceti Sakowin encampment earlier this week despite the looming deadline authorities had given them to vacate the site on …read more

Source:: Huffington Post Green

      

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