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More than 2,000 veterans expected to form human shield at North Dakota pipeline protest

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ANNON BALL, N.D.—  More than 2,000 U.S. military veterans plan to form a human shield to protect protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline project near a Native American reservation in North Dakota, organizers said, just ahead of a federal deadline for activists to leave the camp they have been occupying.

It comes as North Dakota law enforcement backed away from a previous plan to cut off supplies to the camp — an idea quickly abandoned after an outcry and with law enforcement’s treatment of Dakota Access Pipeline protesters increasingly under the microscope. – READ MORE

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  • rouxdsla

    Just because you are a veteran doesn’t mean you are right.

  • chuckkel

    Indian veterans joining the criminal Indians. Non-Indian Veterans know the legal process was followed and that these protestors are just criminals who just want their way. Sorry, back to the Reservation. You lost the war – again.

  • chuckkel

    This is not a story unless the ‘Veterans’ actually shown. Let us know if that ever happens.

  • chuckkel

    Please Tweet to @USACE_SWD @realdonaldtrump (Corp of Engineers & Trump) telling them that Trump will reverse the under river pipeline stop order, allow full under river pipeline construction to start now, firing the Corp of Enginneer (COE) Civil Engineers who stopped construction, fire the US Indian Affairs department thinking that this was a good idea, and insure that construction starts up with full steam ahead. The COE gave the indian protesters plenty of time over several years, now all they want is to stop this project after $3 billion was spent. The bottom line is that the protesters will NEVER BE HAPPY OR AGREE TO APPROVE ANYTHING.