By Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution
A peaceful camp of people protecting a large body of water from extreme contamination potential — a threat posed by construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline — is now the site of continuos militarized police presence, low flying aircraft with their lights turned off (possibly spraying unknown substances), and more.
It’s common knowledge that oil pipelines frequently break and that most of these spills aren’t covered by mainstream media. Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P., the company that’s gunning to acquire Energy Transfer Partners (the company that’s building the DAPL), has experienced upwards of 200 oil spills that we know about.
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