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Standing Rock, the Dakota Access Pipeline protests:

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11 months 2 weeks ago - 11 months 2 weeks ago #143176 by verynewtothis
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verynewtothis wrote: :angry: = ;)

This shows the kind-of shit that these people are up against, which we are NOT suppose to know about...
For me, this is WHY there is YouTube and these Nazi capitalistic minded psychopaths know it:

Corporate Security Thugs Attack Red Warrior Camp at Standing Rock North Dakota 3rd September 2016


FULL Exclusive Report: Dakota Access Pipeline Co. Attacks

Native Americans with Dogs & Pepper Spray


democracynow.org - On Saturday (September 3rd) in North Dakota, security guards working for the Dakota Access pipeline company attacked Native Americans with dogs and pepper spray as they resisted the $3.8 billion pipeline’s construction.

If completed, the Dakota Access pipeline would carry about 500,000 barrels of crude per day from North Dakota’s Bakken oil field to Illinois, where it would meet up with an existing pipeline that would carry the oil all the way down to Texas.

The pipeline has faced months of resistance from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and members of
nearly 100 more tribes from across the U.S. and Canada
.


On Friday, lawyers for the tribe filed documents showing how the very land where Dakota Access would bulldoze on Saturday was, in fact, a tribal burial site.

Democracy Now! was on the ground on Saturday,
and we bring you this exclusive report.




http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/09/06/492800352/army-corps-doesnt-oppose-temporary-halt-to-dakota-access-pipeline

Earlier this summer, the tribe filed a complaint with the United States District Court for the District of Columbia: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3097679-Standing-Rock-Sioux-Tribe-Army-Corps.html , arguing that
the Army Corps did not follow proper procedure when it gave Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners the go ahead to build the pipeline
.

Over the weekend, the tribe filed an emergency motion asking the court to halt construction of the pipeline: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3098063-Mentz.html . In one filing, Tim Mentz Sr., who helped start the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Tribal Historic Preservation Office, said bulldozers had likely dug through burial grounds with little regard and without allowing members of the tribe a chance to look for human remains.

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11 months 2 weeks ago - 11 months 2 weeks ago #143177 by ScareCro
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Because up is down. Makes perfect non-sense to me.


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11 months 2 weeks ago - 11 months 2 weeks ago #143178 by verynewtothis
verynewtothis replied the topic: Standing Rock, the Dakota Access Pipeline protests:
@ ScareCro

THIS IS OFF-TOPIC:

http://worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/vntt-study-notes/115789-exit-poll-expert-proves-election-fraud-against-bernie?start=20

I (verynewtothis) call Hillary Clinton NOW: Crooked Hillary: http://worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/vntt-study-notes/115770-hopefully-hillary-clinton-will-be-eventually-indicted?start=50 '

And for me, Donald Trump is the real communist here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ie_4mV0jpNI
AND
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0svxR2KJN3w

Also for me, Donald Trump is also a fascist:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQl4ybE9IeU

At the very least, Donald Trump spouts fascist terms:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWvVKTxTCAA

And I (verynewtothis) call Donald Trump NOW: Terrorist Don: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8xLUYwJWBU '

The GOP's Stealth War Against Voters:
Will an anti-voter-fraud program designed by one of Trump's advisers
deny tens of thousands their right to vote in November?

You could make an argument that it is Like what Hillary Clinton did to Bernie Sanders in the primary electionS.
(Voter roll purging 2016 style. Purging common names on rolls in more than one state.
Crosscheck doesn't cross check.)

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/features/the-gops-stealth-war-against-voters-w435890


As I (verynewtothis) stated many times BEFORE: 'Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are basically the same.
They are in my eyes BOTH RICH LYING con-artistS:
'
http://worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/vntt-study-notes/115841-bernie-or-bust-jill-stein-the-green-party?start=10#142765


NOW, BACK ON THIS SAD and VERY MADDENING TOPIC:

Jill Stein at Standing Rock Speaks Out Against the Dakota Access Pipeline
6th September 2016


#NODAPL:
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%23NODAPL+

For more information on the Red Warrior protest camp at Standing Rock North Dakota see
https://www.facebook.com/RedWarriorCamp/?hc_ref=NEWSFEED



Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Calls for Investigation of

Dog Attacks on Native American Protesters


Published on Sep 6, 2016

democracynow.org



Canine Expert Decries "Egregious" & "Horrific" Dog Attacks on

Native Americans
Defending Burial Site


Published on Sep 6, 2016

democracynow.org


http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/09/06/492800352/army-corps-doesnt-oppose-temporary-halt-to-dakota-access-pipeline

Earlier this summer, the tribe filed a complaint with the United States District Court for the District of Columbia: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3097679-Standing-Rock-Sioux-Tribe-Army-Corps.html , arguing that
the Army Corps did not follow proper procedure when it gave Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners the go ahead to build the pipeline
.

Over the weekend, the tribe filed an emergency motion asking the court to halt construction of the pipeline: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3098063-Mentz.html . In one filing, Tim Mentz Sr., who helped start the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Tribal Historic Preservation Office, said bulldozers had likely dug through burial grounds with little regard and without allowing members of the tribe a chance to look for human remains.

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11 months 2 weeks ago - 11 months 6 days ago #143191 by terr-y
terr-y replied the topic: Standing Rock, the Dakota Access Pipeline protests:
worldfreemansociety.org/forum/43-general...and-jury-cont#143190
Something a FED /lawyer or RAT WOULD DO.
I'm not impressed VNTT

verynewtothis wrote: I did that to get a reaction from you terr-y ( worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/58-videos/1...3-vietnam-war#143187 ) ...
See, I can do that too terr-y (especially on MY OWN THREAD)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


What`s the title of this thread again, oh ya:

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11 months 1 week ago - 11 months 1 week ago #143200 by verynewtothis
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:whistle: = :( + :angry: = ;)

I was going to wait until tomorrow to post this...Simply do to the praise that this Native Woman (Ta’Sina Sapa Win) gives to
Amy Goodman (I TOO TIP MY HAT TO Amy Goodman AS WELL), the journalist from 'Democracy Now!' that covered this tragic bullshit event and I personally THANK Jordan Chariton, the 'TYT Politics' Reporter for making this video interview:

Native Woman Bitten By Dogs DEBUNKS Media Falsehoods

Published on Sep 8, 2016

How to help: https://www.gofundme.com/stand4standingrock

TYT Politics Reporter Jordan Chariton ( twitter.com/JordanChariton ) spoke with Ta’Sina Sapa Win, a water protector who was bitten by private security attack dogs during a #NoDAPL protest a few days earlier.

She discussed the biased media coverage surrounding the protests,

as well as what the Dakota Pipeline would do to her people and the environment.


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11 months 1 week ago #143201 by ScareCro
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Breaking: Justice Department Overrules Court, Dakota Access Pipeline Construction Halted

theantimedia.org/justice-department-dakota-access-pipeline/

Watch for the sleight of hand...
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11 months 1 week ago #143209 by ScareCro
ScareCro replied the topic: Standing Rock, the Dakota Access Pipeline protests:
"Amy Goodman, host and executive producer for Democracy Now, has been criminally charged for documenting attacks on indigenous protesters.

Last week, a Democracy Now film crew captured footage of private security contractors hired by the oil companies behind the Dakota Access Pipeline attacking protesters with dogs and pepper spray. Video of the attacks went viral on social media, with Democracy Now’s story about the attacks garnering over 131,000 shares on Facebook as of this writing. WDAZ reported that Goodman, along with Cody Charles Hall, a media spokesman for the Red Warrior Camp, have both been charged with criminal trespassing."

bients.com/north-dakota-issues-arrest-wa...cy-nows-amy-goodman/
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Federal government halts work on part of pipeline project
[The Canadian Press]
The Canadian PressSeptember 9, 2016
ca.news.yahoo.com/key-ruling-dakota-acce...eline-064317553.html
North Dakota tribe's request to stop work on pipeline denied

NEAR THE STANDING ROCK SIOUX RESERVATION, N.D. — The federal government stepped into the fight over the Dakota Access oil pipeline Friday, ordering work to stop on one segment of the project in North Dakota and asking the Texas-based company building it to "voluntarily pause" action on a wider span that an American Indian tribe says holds sacred artifacts.

The government's order came minutes after a judge rejected a request by the Standing Rock Sioux to halt construction of the $3.8 billion, four-state pipeline.

The tribe, whose cause has drawn thousands to join their protest, has challenged the Army Corps of Engineers' decision to grant permits for the pipeline at more than 200 water crossings. Tribal leaders allege that the project violates several federal laws and will harm water supplies. The tribe also says ancient sites have been disturbed during construction.

The tribe's chairman, Dave Archambault II, spoke at the state capitol in front of several hundred people, some carrying signs that read "Respect Our Water" and "Water Is Sacred." He called the federal announcement "a beautiful start" and told reporters that the dispute is a long way from over.

"A public policy win is a lot stronger than a judicial win," he said. "Our message is heard."

A joint statement from the Army and the Departments of Justice and the Interior said construction bordering or under Lake Oahe would not go forward and asked the Texas-based pipeline builder, Energy Transfer Partners, to stop work 20 miles to the east and west of the lake while the government reconsiders "any of its previous decisions."

The statement also said the case "highlighted the need for a serious discussion" about nationwide reforms "with respect to considering tribes' views on these types of infrastructure projects."

Vicki Granado, a spokeswoman for the company, said it had no comment.

The president of the North Dakota Petroleum Council said he was disappointed with the government's decision to intervene and called it "flagrant overreach" that will result in more oil being moved by trucks and trains.

The 1,172-mile project will carry nearly a half-million barrels of crude oil daily from North Dakota's oil fields through South Dakota and Iowa to an existing pipeline in Patoka, Illinois.

In denying the tribe's request for a temporary injunction, U.S. District Judge James Boasberg in Washington said that the court "does not lightly countenance any depredation of lands that hold significance" to the tribe and that, given the federal government's history with the tribe, the court scrutinized the permitting process "with particular care."

Nonetheless, the judge wrote, the tribe "has not demonstrated that an injunction is warranted here."

Attorney Jan Hasselman with the environmental group Earthjustice, who filed the lawsuit on the tribe's behalf, said earlier this week any such decision would be challenged. "We will have to pursue our options with an appeal and hope that construction isn't completed while that (appeal) process is going forward," he said.

Tribal historian LaDonna Brave Bull Allard said Boasberg's ruling gave her "a great amount of grief. My heart is hurting, but we will continue to stand, and we will look for other legal recourses."

Earlier in the day, thousands of protesters, many from tribes around the country, gathered near the reservation that straddles the North and South Dakota border.

"There's never been a coming together of tribes like this," according to Judith LeBlanc, a member of the Caddo Nation in Oklahoma and director of the New York-based Native Organizers Alliance. People came from as far as New York and Alaska, some bringing their families and children, and hundreds of tribal flags dotted the camp, along with American flags flown upside-down in protest.

The judge's order was announced over a loudspeaker there. John Nelson of Portland, Oregon, came to the camp to support his grandson, Archambault. The 82-year-old says he was not surprised by the ruling, "but it still hurts."

State authorities announced this week that law enforcement officers from across the state were being mobilized at the protest site. They said some National Guard members will work security at traffic checkpoints and another 100 would be on standby. The Great Plains Tribal Chairman's Association asked the Justice Department to send monitors to the site because it said racial profiling is occurring.

Nearly 40 people have been arrested since the protest began in April, including Archambault.

A week ago, protesters and construction workers were injured when, according to tribal officials, workers bulldozed sites on private land that the tribe says in court documents are "of great historic and cultural significance." Energy Transfer Partners denied the allegations.

The state's Private Investigation and Security Board received complaints about the use of dogs and will look into whether the private security teams at the site are properly registered and licensed, board attorney Monte Rogneby said Friday, adding that he would not name the firms.

On Thursday, North Dakota's archaeologist said a piece of private land that was not previously surveyed by the state would be surveyed for artifacts next week.

The company plans to complete the pipeline this year, and said in court papers that stopping the project would cost $1.4 billion the first year, mostly due to lost revenue in hauling crude.

A status conference in the tribe's lawsuit is scheduled for Sept. 16.

___

Kolpack reported from Fargo, North Dakota. Associated Press writers Blake Nicholson in Bismarck, North Dakota, and Doug Glass in Minneapolis contributed to this report.

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This story has been corrected to show that the opinion is 58 pages long, not one page with no explanation. This story also clarifies that the federal government stopped construction near Lake Oahe and requested the company do so on a wider stretch.

Dave Kolpack And James MacPherson, The Associated Press
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11 months 1 week ago - 11 months 1 week ago #143236 by verynewtothis
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Dakota Access Pipeline Halted For Now

Published on Sep 10, 2016

Protests lead to a temporary halt of the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline;
however, it came at a price.

Jimmy Dore breaks it down.


https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/joint-statement-department-justice-department-army-and-department-interior-regarding-standing

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11 months 6 days ago #143276 by terr-y
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Vntt for you too review..

The FBI says it is investigating anonymous online threats made against political leaders, law enforcement and Dakota Access pipeline workers.
abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/fbi-investig...ine-dispute-42121619
YouTube videos posted by "Anonymous Agents" include threats against President Barack Obama, North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple, National Guard soldiers, law enforcement officers, Energy Transfer Partner executives and construction workers on the $3.8 billion, four-state pipeline.

FBI Special Agent Kyle Loven tells KFGO radio ( bit.ly/2cttPpP ) that the FBI is sharing information with state and local authorities. He says law enforcement does not want the situation to "become any more volatile than it already has."

Pipeline protests have at times become violent, and dozens have been arrested in the last few months.

U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp from North Dakota condemned the threats and called on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the videos' "source and credibility."
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