Pipeline protests shift along pipeline route

If you want to help — the camp kitchen could use a few things — cast iron pots and pans; stainless steel pots (restaurant size); cast iron skillets (large); stainless steel soup ladles; organic fresh salads and greens, fruits, honey are needed, too. Also, if anyone has the inclination–they could use a portable shower — they are being sprayed with chemtrails.

Warrior Publications

dakota-access-pipeline-blockade-1 Resistance against Dakota Access Pipeline continues in North Dakota, Sept 13, 2016.

Two arrests were made this morning as a six-week long stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline shifted to yet another location along the construction route, this time to a site northwest of Almont just along the north side the Interstate 94 exit ramp at Exit 120.

Rob Keller, spokesman for the Morton County Sheriff’s Department, said three protesters remain attached to three pieces of equipment at the worksite as officers are working to free them. Keller reported that work on the pipeline has been stopped at the site.

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