DISCUSTING VIDEO: Dakota Access Pipeline Company Attacks Native American Protesters with Dogs and Pepper Spray First, the company destroys their ancestors’ burial ground right in front of them, then they sic dogs and guards with pepper spray on them.
Army SGT Cory L. Clark, 25, of Plant City, Florida. Died August 28, 2007, serving during Operation Enduring Freedom. Assigned to 585th Engineer Pipeline Company, 864th Engineer Battalion, 555th Engineer Brigade, Fort Lewis, Washington. Died of injuries sustained when an improvised explosive device detonated while his unit crossed a bridge during combat operations in Jaji, Paktika Province, Afghanistan.
Did the Dakota Access Pipeline Company Deliberately Destroy Sacred Sioux Burial Sites? Only hours after lawyers representing the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe filed evidence in federal court documenting how some of the Dakota Access pipeline’s proposed route would go through a sacred burial site, the company unexpectedly began working on that very site. As bulldozers cleared earth, hundreds of Native Americans from many different tribes rushed onto the construction site to protect the sacred…
Army Sgt. 1st Class Rocky H. Herrera Died August 28, 2007 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom 43, of Salt Lake City; assigned to the 585th Engineer Pipeline Company, 864th Engineer Battalion, 555th Engineer Brigade, Fort Lewis, Wash.; died Aug. 28 in Jaji, Afghanistan, of wounds sustained from an improvised explosive device.
We must continue to stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters who have bravely joined together in North Dakota to take on big fossil fuel companies and halt the creation of the Dakota Access pipeline. #NoDAPL Photo credit: Overpass Light Brigade