Dakota Access pipeline: Native Americans allege cruel treatment
This article documents the experiences of detained indigenous activists who reported being labeled with numbers, subjected to invasive searches, and confined to "dog kennel" style cages during a mass arrest.
From The Guardian:
Native Americans protesting against the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) on Saturday accused law enforcement officers of cruel and inhumane treatment in jail, but said mass arrests and violent confrontations with police would not deter them from fighting construction of the oil project.
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