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DAPL coincidence? New bill in North Dakota could make it legal to run over protesters

January 22, 2017 -

According to reports, one of the bills would prevent protestors from covering their faces at protests, which would make them easier to identify and possibly target. The other, introduced by Representative Keith Kempenich, a Republican, would make it legal to run over protestors with a vehicle, so long as the driver claims that he or she didn't actually mean to do so.

Read for yourself what House Bill 1203 states in its own words:

"Notwithstanding any other provision ...

Pipeline spills thousands of gallons of crude oil into creek, just 150 miles from DAPL

December 14, 2016 -

Members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, their allies and environmentalists from around the country, have been speaking out against the pipeline. They have rallied together to fight against it on the grounds that it crosses under a lake that provides drinking water to Native Americans. Activists maintain that routing the pipeline under Lake Oahe puts the water source in jeopardy and could destroy sacred land. This latest incident is surely not going to inspire any confidence ...

Cautious victory at Standing Rock – ‘Will the company behind the pipeline pack up and leave?’

December 07, 2016 -

Even though they may be celebrating, the Standing Rock Sioux aren't going anywhere, any time soon. After the news of the pipeline being blocked went out, enormous cheering could be heard from the crowd of water protectors at their main encampment, Oceti Sakowin. Singing, praying, weeping with joy – and in some cases with disbelief – people were overwhelmed with emotion. Some even lined up for a procession on horseback. And, as then sun went down a few hours later, the sky ...

Protesters at Dakota Pipeline have noticed unidentified crop dusters spraying chemicals over them late at night

December 04, 2016 -

Mistreatment of the Standing Rock water protectors has been a primary facet of constructing the Dakota Acess Pipeline (DAPL). Police brutality, in particular, has become almost commonplace. Towards the end of November, it was reported that police began firing water cannons at hundreds of protestors, in the midst of freezing temperatures. A spokeswoman from the sheriff's department, Donna Hushka confirmed that the water was used as "crowd control" against the protestors ...

Operator of Keystone Pipeline quietly cleaning up spill of 210,000 gallons of oil from largest-ever leak in South Dakota

November 17, 2017 -

The company quietly announced via a November 16 tweet that it is “currently responding to an incident in Amherst, SD.”

“We have activated emergency response procedures and dispatched ground crews to assess the situation,” the tweet continued.

As reported by Circa News, the company said it shut the pipeline down around 6 a.m. CST on Thursday after employees said they saw a drop in pressure.

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