Tag: federal court

The Complete DAPL Arson Statement

These two women have detailed the actions they took to attempt to stop DAPL. The press release can be read below in full: Two women from Iowa publicly state their sabotage actions ICYMI: Two Women Claim Responsibility for Sabotage and Arson Attacks to Stop DAPL Statement of responsibility & more information here: http://www.unicornriot.ninja/?p=17414 Please support…

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Details: Operation DAPL Tactics

In a story from “The Intercept“, newly released documents show that a mercenary and security firm known as TigerSwan has operated without a license in North Dakota for the entirety of the pipeline security operation. “We are doing management and IT consulting for our client and doing no security work.” The documents also provide extensive…

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DAPL: Disputes Payment Agreement

Documents filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) show that Energy Transfer Partners is disputing a $1.5 million annual payment owed to the state agency as part of a five-year agreement signed in February. Big oil thinks it can destroy historic buildings without penalty? Sure seems like that’s the case. A Make Me Pay It attitude. Not…

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Mystery Oil Drains In Kansas

Hidden deep in the news world is what we find to be another disturbing story about oil contamination. This report is based on local news coverage we came across, we are awaiting “government” documentation and reports that are not yet available. The story begins when in Winfield, Ks, neighbors living near the Southwestern College campus…

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Get The Lead Out

Lead contamination in drinking water is a problem that reaches far beyond the disaster in Flint, Mich., and threatens children’s health nationwide. We took some highlights from an investigative report by the USA TODAY NETWORK. We think it is alarming and under-reported. “Many of the highest reported lead levels were found at schools and day cares.”…

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DAPL: Ok To Conceal Some DATA

Attorneys for the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux didn’t get the greatest news this week. In a decision dated Friday, the U.S. District Judge James Boasberg would allow the developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline to keep secret some but not all pipeline information. What can remain hidden? Information that the company believes…

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Senate Members: DAPL -No Permit?

Top Senate Democrats are questioning whether the builder and manager of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) had a permit to construct a controversial stretch of the project near tribal land and water sources. “We are concerned that Energy Transfer Partners or its subsidiaries might have been drilling under Lake Oahe without a permit and while…

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Va- Pipeline Opponents Get Rare Victory

ROANOKE, Va – 4/7/2017 Opponents of two controversial natural gas pipeline projects get a victory today. Many are praising a decision by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. The DEQ says it will require the Mountain Valley Pipeline and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to provide more information on how they will protect water quality at locations…

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Two Rivers Camp – “Pipeline Complete”

According to several sources, organizers of West Texas pipeline protests said they are closing down the largest of the camps set up to stop the Trans-Pecos Pipeline. Reports are that the pipeline is complete. Less than 10 protesters are now left at Two Rivers, on private land near Big Bend Ranch State Park. “Yeah, we’re…

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“Trump May Have Incited Violence”

Today, it was announced that Donald Trump will answer to charges of inciting violence. Words that should not go without notice to many from Standing Rock. Judge David J. Hale ruled against efforts by Trump’s attorneys to throw out a lawsuit accusing him of inciting violence against protesters at a March 2016 campaign rally in…

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