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Port: The protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline are not peaceful

As we see increasing local and national coverage of the protests on the Standing Rock reservation of the Dakota Access Pipeline (which does not, in fact, touch reservation lands) the mantra that is often repeated by organizers is that the protest...

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Facebook video shows protesters targeting the Dakota Access Pipeline riding their horses at a line of law enforcement officers. Video still image from Facebook

As we see increasing local and national coverage of the protests on the Standing Rock reservation of the Dakota Access Pipeline (which does not, in fact, touch reservation lands) the mantra that is often repeated by organizers is that the protests are peaceful.

Except, they’re not peaceful. At all.

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