North Dakota pipeline activists say arrested protesters were kept in dog kennels

Dog Kennels, really? This shows the contempt the sheriff has for folks and freedom of speech, religion, and assembly. And it speaks more of the dept.’s character than the water protectors. As a side note ~ I personally don’t agree with setting the tires on fire because it is harmful to the environment. And the horse being put down because of the violence of the police saddens me greatly. I loved watching the horses and ponies in camp. It uplifted the spirit to see them running free, at full gallop.

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dakota-access-pipeline-burning-barricade-11 Demonstrators stand next to burning tires as armed soldiers and law enforcement officers assemble nearby. (Mike McCleary / Bismarck Tribune)

by Sandy Tolan, Los Angeles Times, October 30, 2016

After a night of chaotic clashes with police on the front lines in a months-long protest, Native American activists complained about the force wielded to drive protesters from the path of a pipeline they contend will desecrate tribal lands and put their lone source of drinking water at risk.

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