Dakota Pipeline Protests; Four More Abandoned Dogs Rescued from Protest Remains

A Florida company hired by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe to clean up the remains of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest says they’ve finally finished hauling away all the garbage left at the temporary camp—and it filled 835 Dumpsters at a cost of $1.1 million.

They also found four more dogs, bringing the grand total of abandoned animals rescued from the camps to 12.

North Dakota law enforcement booted the protesters from the camps in December, but it wasn’t until the tribe itself pleaded with their temporary guests to return to wherever they came from that the activists finally abandoned their temporary shelters.

When they left, however, the protesters didn’t bother to take their garbage with them, and abandoned thousands of pounds of trash, shelter materials, protest refuse and even pets they’d cared for that they couldn’t—or didn’t want to—take home.

Full Story Here: https://heatst.com/politics/dakota-access-protest-cleanup-filled


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