Tag: federal court

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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Can’t Stop Leak – Pipeline in Alaska

Our website was never designed to provide news on pipelines. We developed this site as a monument to the struggle at Standing Rock. We saw that the “Real News” simply cared less about the truth there. Some stories however cannot be overlooked. Here is one. Simply put. Got a company called Hilcorp Alaska, LLC. (Limited…

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House Recognizes Pipeline Issues

As many know, earlier this month, a federal judge denied a request by the Standing Rock and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe to halt construction. A separate request in federal court by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe to stop oil from flowing through the pipeline was denied last Tuesday. Today, we learn of another legal…

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US District Judge: No Injunction

3/15 – DC – A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday denied a request by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe for an emergency injunction to prevent oil from flowing through part of the Dakota Access Pipeline, saying such a move would be against the public interest. Judge James Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the…

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Final Appeal to Stop Oil

3/14/2017 – Native American tribes who are suing to stop the Dakota Access pipeline have asked a judge to prevent the flow of oil while they appeal his most recent decision. In his decision last week, Boasberg said the tribes didn’t raise the religion argument in a timely fashion and he questioned its merits. Cheyenne…

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BREAKING: Judge rules against tribes-

3/7/2017  – A federal judge has rejected a request from indigenous tribes to block drilling of the Dakota Access pipeline. James Boasberg in his ruling Tuesday said the tribes didn’t raise the religion argument in a timely fashion. He also questioned its merit. “Although the tribe’s members may feel unable to use the water from Lake…

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FEEDS Part 4 2/23

Feeds 4 2/23 All credits to any footage is to the authors on the ground. Any posts here were public. “Courage” is the best word we can think to say.   Law enforcement moves in to remove remaining demonstrators fro… An unstoppable force met immovable objects. A convoy of 200 law enforcement vehicles, including a…

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Standing Rock – A Hard Place

Anyone that knows of this crisis, is aware of the many hardships at Standing Rock. Against all odds, the water protectors have endured some of the most brutal responses to “protesting” in American history. The last few days have brought the biggest changes in the 8 month standoff. With words like “sanctions” and “restricted movement”…

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