Skip to comments.Activists confess to sabotaging, delaying the Dakota Access Pipeline
Posted on 08/07/2017 10:17:58 AM PDT by rktman
I missed this when it was announced roughly two weeks ago but its worth pointing out even now. Two activists confessed to multiple acts of sabotage against the Dakota Access Pipeline using cutting torches and other tools. The two women, who are part of an Iowas Catholic Worker social justice movement, made the announcement before a small group of journalists and then started prying letters off a sign for the Iowa Utilities Board, which got them arrested. From the Des Moines Register:
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“Catholic Worker social justice movement”
Translation: Marxist Front Group
Where is the line to be drawn?
What I’m trying to say is, while these people can protest and make speeches and all that about global warming and their opinion that pipelines are bad news, what gives them any right to destroy private property??
Are these the same lovers of mother Earth, who left behind mountains of waste and garbage at the camp set up to protest this pipeline???
They just need to bill them for the damage, and sue them for the damage. It wouldn’t be surprising if the damages are more than they make in a decade. If they are members of a group, use RICO to go after the group.
So, if you disagree with someone, you break their stuff?
Seems kind of childish.
Too bad they didn’t cut into a live gas pipeline.
Radical liberals aren’t subject to the law...they have no intent to break it-Comey 2016
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
The Vatican has deep pockets
although I suppose if they got killed sabotaging a pipeline, Pope Francis would invent a new category for canonization.
It is way past time for these morons to be repaid in kind.
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