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Thursday, April 5, 2018

Cherri Foytlin targeted and arrested at 'Crawfish Boil Blockade' -- No Bayou Bridge Pipeline


L'eau Est La Vie Camp - No Bayou Bridge

Update: Cherri said she was released at 1 p.m.

BREAKING. Cherri Foytlin, an amazing mother and organizer who is on the Indigenous Women's Council for the L’eau Est La Vie Camp, was just targeted and arrested by Louisiana police.
Cherri was livestreaming a lock-down action at a Bayou Bridge Pipeline supply yard when police charged at Cherri was and arrested her. Cherri was obeying all police commands and was given no warnings before being arrested.
CALL the Calcasieu Parish Sheriffs Office and DEMAND that they release Cherri: 337-491-3715
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More updates coming soon.


A "Crawfish Boil" lock-down action is stopping all trucks from coming in & out at the Bayou Bridge Pipeline matting yard in Iowa, LA . This matting is used to give ETPs machinery access to our precious wetlands.
No work today for ETP!
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