As Natives Declare Treaty Rights, Police Admit Defeat — Cite Lack of “Manpower” to Remove DAPL Protesters

Posted: October 26, 2016 in Uncategorized

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By Jack Burns

Authorities in North Dakota may be feeling the heat from the international attention the Dakota Access Pipeline is getting. They’re now saying they lack the manpower to remove the encampment of protesters located on federal land near the controversial pipeline. The announcement may signal a softening of the treatment the protesters, up until now, have been receiving . . .

Source: As Natives Declare Treaty Rights, Police Admit Defeat — Cite Lack of “Manpower” to Remove DAPL Protesters

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  1. The power of “the people” in action…

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