Thursday, March 1, 2018

Blockade at Bayou Bridge Pipeline in Louisiana

Breaking News -- Center for Constitutional Rights reveals State of Louisiana teamed up with Energy Transfer Partners -- Spied on Bayou Movement:
March 1, 2018, Baton Rouge, LA – Newly released documents reveal that Louisiana state intelligence officers surveilled community groups opposed to the Bayou Bridge Pipeline and that regulators used language written by Energy Transfer Partners representatives in documents related to the pipeline permitting process.

Louisiana Bucket Brigade and the Center for Constitutional Rights obtained the documents through a public records request to the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. 
Read moe:
https://ccrjustice.org/home/press-center/press-releases/louisiana-public-officials-surveilled-anti-bayou-bridge-pipeline



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THREE PEOPLE ARRESTED AS ABOUT 50 PEOPLE PROTEST PIPELINE

ARRESTS AT BAYOU BRIDGE PIPELINE, LOUISIANA
"You can't drink oil! Water is Life!" Water Protectors chant as police move in to arrest young people who blocked construction today.  12:30 Central Time, Monday, Feb. 28, 2018





Louisiana Bucket Brigade was live.
13 minutes ago
Law enforcement is moving people off the property.

Rae-Lynn Cazelat of the United Houma Nation speaks about Bayou Laforche - the source of her tribe’s drinking water that’s threatened by the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.
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BREAKING: water protectors have shut down construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline & are risking arrest. Follow live: |

"The injunction is for the Basin only! It’s not over, we still need your voice and action." -- resisters



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“The slow violence of pollution has been inflicted upon our communities for far too long. We did not consent to be the designated sacrifice zone. So today, we stand for our right to say no more.”

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