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  1. You can replay their video up to when they were arrested at the link i posted now. It wasn't streaming earlier. At least not for me.
  2. Arresting the fucking media is not fucking acceptable
  3. He asked that they voluntarily stop. For now. Not really sure what's going on...what brought this on today
  4. http://www.unicornriot.ninja/?page_id=216 Arrests, riot police with assault rifles. Facebook censoring live stream. Plane and helicopters. Road access fully blocked in both directions. Link is to people trying to livestream. Reports they are among those arrested now.
  5. Amnesty International has sent a delegation of human rights observers to monitor the law enforcement response to the camp protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline under the Missouri River. Thousands of people, including members of at least 60 Native American tribes, have camped out south of Mandan near the http://m.bismarcktribune.com/news/state-and-regional/amnesty-international-to-observe-pipeline-protest/article_66e80bde-58cd-524b-9e8b-1fdf6f96291b.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share
  6. http://m.bismarcktribune.com/gallery/scenes-from-the-dakota-access-pipeline-protester-camps/collection_b42d1f02-64b5-5a79-b434-addb2c8d06bd.html#24 Glimpses of the Sacred Stone Camp near the town of Cannon Ball on the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation and the adjacent Seven Councils Camp in Morton County. Both camps are where people are living who are protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. Community organizer Joye Braun who has been at the Sacred Stone Camp since April said the number of people in both camps is 1500 or more but could soon swell up to 7000 people
  7. No right. No just cause. It's been a peaceful protest. In Bismarck last night they invited the police to dance with them and a couple of them even did. At the end of the day they went down the line of police in riot gear and thanked each one of them.
  8. This story vanished. Scrubbed. Imagine that.
  9. You know...I know that. I do. I knew that a long time ago. And I knew it more and more and more over the years. And I even got to the point where I could accept that. It is what it is. Walking around angry, confused, frustrated, disgusted, concerned all of the time wasn't going to change it. Nothing changes it. Volunteering, Donating, talking, begging, pleading, protesting. Nothing ever seems to change it. And I learned to go on about my way accepting the fuckedness. And then I checked out for awhile. Unplugged. And now I feel like I'm back to square one.... Lesson #1. Learn to be aware of and do what you can, but ultimately... peacefully accept the unacceptable. Lesson #2. Keep trying #1.
  10. Oh look...it's a fucking disgusting naked statue of trump....let's all pay attention to that. ... jfc
  11. Why do people care so little?
  12. That shit Pisses me off
  13. http://m.bismarcktribune.com/news/state-and-regional/pine-ridge-oglala-say-checkpoint-preventing-free-movement/article_a50c80ee-57e3-574d-8e6e-c3b3f0516bd4.html Members of the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota in South Dakota say they will file formal complaints with the Department of Justice and UN Commission of Human Rights after police stopped dozens of tribal members who may be leaving the reservation to support the Dakota Access Pipeline protest. Strong Heart Warrior Society spokesman Canupa Gluha Mani said that more than 100 cars had been stopped Thursday and were turned around if suspected of heading toward the Dakota Access Pipeline protest in North Dakota.
  14. Sheriff estimated 1500 to 2000 at the camp as of last night. They're still coming in through alternate routes. Protests in Bismarck look to have a one police to one protestor ratio.