Officials Defend Use of Alleged 'Dog Kennel' Cells in Dakota Access Pipeline Protest
This article reports on the practices of law enforcement in response to activists demonstrating against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II's call for the Department of Justice to intervene.
From ABC News:
Local law enforcement in North Dakota today defended their use of what protesters have described as dog kennel-like holding cells following a tense weekend of demonstrations over the Dakota Access pipeline that resulted in mass arrests and calls from tribal leaders for federal intervention over what they say is the militarization of police.
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