Transition team says that the president-elect’s endorsement of the controversial Dakota Access pipeline ‘has nothing to do with his personal investments’The Oceti Sakowin camp, where people have gathered to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline, in Cannon Ball, North Dakota on 29 November 2016. The Oceti Sakowin camp, where people have gathered to protest the…Read more Trump supports Dakota pipeline – but claims it’s not due to his investment in it
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David Archambault II releases a Statement on Army Corps Decision
By Red Power Media, Staff | Nov 25, 2016
According to an email dated today, sent to David Archambault II, Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the US Army Corps of Engineers announced it will close the portion of federal land on which water protectors are camping in North Dakota after December 5, to protect the public amid violent confrontations between protesters and law enforcement.
The notice to evict everyone from the Oceti Sakowin Camp comes after over 100 people were injured and taken to hospital during clashes at Blackwater Bridge with police, who attacked water protectors with rubber bullets, tear gas, and mace canisters and more than 200 were reportedly treated for hypothermia after Morton County Sheriff’s Department deployed a water cannon in below-freezing temperatures on Sunday.
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Shivering in the bone chilling cold of the old house, he settled in for a long night with a sleeping bag, a good book and a bunch of candles. It was a stupid dare but he needed the $50. A noise, 'Hello?', replied with a 'hello', was that an echo?