Dakota Access Pipeline protesters prepare for extended stay at Sacred Stone Camp

 


CANNON BALL, N.D. - Wednesday's court decision means a verdict on allowing construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline could drag on for the remainder of the summer and into early fall.

That means protesters will need to prepare for an extended stay at the Sacred Stone Camp.

The sound of flags blowing in the wind replaced the noise created by protesters at the entrance to the Dakota Access construction site.

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