Police have once again used violent tactics on water protectors as the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline continues into late November.
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As the nation’s focus turns to the outcome of the presidential election, activists in Standing Rock continue their struggle to secure access to clean water. MintPress reporter Derrick Broze is on the ground in North Dakota covering efforts by activists to halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, efforts that have been met with a brutal police crackdown. Continue reading →
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While reporting from the Dakota Access pipeline protests, MintPress News reporter Derrick Broze witnessed the actions of destructive forces which have infiltrated the peaceful Native-led movement and provoked increasingly violent responses from law enforcement.
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At least 107 people were arrested and police used ‘less lethal’ weapons on members of the media, including a MintPress News reporter, as they cleared a camp and road blockade near the Dakota Access pipeline construction site.
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Police are turning up the pressure on thousands of people gathered in various camps in North Dakota to protest the construction of the 1,100-mile pipeline, and MintPress News will be there all week with live, on-the-ground reporting by independent journalist Derrick Broze.
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