Dakota Access Pipeline Protestors Face 110 Years in Prison

Dakota Access Pipeline Protestors Face 110 Years in Prison

“I think that the oil being taken out of the ground and the machinery that does it … is violent, said Reznicek in a Democracy Now interview.

“We never at all threatened human life. Actually, we’re acting in an effort to save human life, to save our planet, to save our resources. And nothing at any point was ever done by Ruby nor I outside of peaceful, deliberate, and steady, loving hands.”

via Dakota Access Pipeline Protestors Face 110 Years in Prison

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