North Dakota officials back away from blockade plans for protesters

north-dakota-winterMofos thought they’d try it. NOT TODAY, SATAN

An idea to cut off/block supplies to unarmed innocent protesters in a North Dakota winter is born from the pit of hell. North Dakota officials including the hateful Governor are evil creatures beneath human decency only motivated by money & greed. Blocking aid & cutting off supplies SMACKS of kill off the main food source, so the Natives will either die of starvation or surrender. America has learned nothing from their evil.

North Dakota state officials on Tuesday backed away from plans to block supplies from reaching protesters at a camp near the construction site of an oil pipeline project after the governor’s office said no such action was planned.

Activists have spent months protesting plans to route the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline beneath a lake near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, saying the project poses a threat to water resources and sacred Native American sites.

Earlier on Tuesday, Maxine Herr, a spokeswoman for the Morton County Sheriff’s Department, said food, building materials and other supplies would be blocked from entering the main camp following Governor Jack Dalrymple’s “emergency evacuation” order on Monday.

However, a spokesman for the governor told Reuters on Tuesday afternoon that no such action was planned. “There is not going to be any blockade of supplies,” said spokesman Jeff Zent.

Following Zent’s comment, Herr said law enforcement would take a more “passive role” than a enforcing a blockade. Officers would instead stop vehicles they believed to be heading to the camp and inform drivers that they were committing an infraction and could be fined $1,000.

“That is the understanding that we had initially but we had to get that clarified. The governor is more interested in public safety than setting up a road block and turning people away,” Herr said by telephone.

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27 Responses to North Dakota officials back away from blockade plans for protesters

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    Veterans Ask Native Elders For Forgiveness At Standing Rock
    “We didn’t respect you, we polluted your Earth, we’ve hurt you in so many ways but we’ve come to say that we are sorry. We are at your service and we beg for your forgiveness.” -Wes Clark, Jr.

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