Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman David Archambault II (in orange shirt) was one of more than a dozen people arrested while protesting near the Dakota Access Pipeline construction site. (Photo: Courtesy Standing Rock Sioux Tribe)
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.
Photos Show Why The North Dakota Pipeline Is Problematic
Photos Show Why The North Dakota Pipeline Is Problematic. "Two young Lakota boys watch as construction machinery drives onto the Dakota Access Pipeline construction site, just over a mile from the banks of the Missouri River." Daniella Zalcman