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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Chief Arvol Looking Horse at Dakota Access Pipeline Defense

Chief Arvol Looking Horse leads the defenders this morning.
Wed., Aug. 17, 2016
Alert Wed. afernoon

Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault met with North Dakota Governors office today. They informed Archambault that Dakota Access intends to utilize their "alternate access point" for pipeline construction. A concrete barrier road block is being established now across highway 1806 south of Mandan ND, near Ft Rice, to block protestors. Traffic is being diverted onto dirt road. Dakota Access LLC is shutting down access site where week long protest has taken place and their equipment is being removed under police escort and taken to new site. Need water protectors to stand with us NOW! -- Natalie

1 comment:

Karen stout heller said...

I'm standing with you. Would be there if I could.

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