Dakota Access pipeline protesters see bias after Oregon militia verdict
This article compares the activities of indigenous activists at Standing Rock demonstrating against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Bundy's occupation of government property in Oregon. It considers the implications of criminal justice in these cases in the wake of the Bundy's acquittal.
From The Guardian:
Johanna Holy Elk Face couldn’t help but chuckle. The 63-year-old Native American was one of hundreds of activists gathered to block construction of the Dakota Access pipeline on Thursday, when police with tanks and riot gear surrounded them and began making mass arrests.
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