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Standing Rock Protectors' NONSENSE Charges Get Worse
Oil Pipeline Bursts Close To Standing Rock Protest
Standing Rock's Technology War To Get The Truth Out
LAST CHANCE AT STANDING ROCK True Story Photos SPIRIT RIDERS Wild Horses SACRED STONE CAMP #NODAPL
Standing Rock, Oil Rock or Waste Rock #NoDAPL #NoPipeLines
A Circle Of Prayer & Unity - Camp Oceti Sakowin @ Standing Rock, ND on Dec 4, 2016
STILL DRILLING Artie from Lakota Peoples' law project explains 12/6/16
DAPL IS NOT Over 12-6-16 Listen to the report from Standing Rock
On The Front Lines With Veterans And Water Protectors! 12/5/16
Veterans Deploy To Standing Rock #NoDAPL
Standing Rock Press Conference | November 26, 2016 (Clip2)
Standing Rock Medic: Shame on You, President Obama
Standing Rock - Drone Footage 11/22/16 - Water Cannon Site - North Dakota's Infamous Law Officials
Standing Rock Protector's Arm Mangled By Oil Police
North Dakota Protesters Blasted with Water Cannons
Standing Rock Protesters Continue Despite Escalating Resistance
Standing Rock Police Targeting Heads With Rubber Bullets
Standing Rock - Update after last nights clash - Many Injuries
167 Protectors Injured by Police In Battle at Standing Rock
DAPL's Worst Nightmare: Big Oil EXPOSED By Whistleblower
Standing Rock Livestream from this morning #NoDAPL
Hundreds of people sit in silent protest against the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Dakota Access Pipeline is a 1,885km crude oil delivery pipeline running from Bakken, North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois.
This pipeline could endanger the drinking water of millions.
Native American leaders vowed to protest through the winter against a North Dakota oil pipeline.
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Standing Rock Protectors – Pipeline Protest
“The alternative selected by the Corps of Engineers crosses underneath the Missouri River half a mile from the
. A spill could have major adverse effects on the waters that the Tribe and individuals in the area rely upon. Standing Rock Indian Reservation Using the Nationwide Permit 12 process that treats the pipeline as a series of small construction sites, the pipeline was granted an exemption from the environmental review required by the  and the Clean Water Act . National Environmental Policy Act According to court records, the pipeline is due for delivery on January 1, 2017.  [