North Dakota law enforcement and media hit bottom with pre-Civil Rights era attacks and charges
By Brenda Norrell
Sept. 10, 2016
CANNON BALL, North Dakota -- An arrest warrant has been issued for Democracy Now! executive producer Amy Goodman, charging her with criminal trespass when Native Americans were attacked by vicious dogs defending burial places on Sept. 3, 2016.
Cody Hall of the Red Warrior Camp was arrested last night, charged with criminal trespass for both Sept. 3 and Sept. 6. On Saturday, Hall remained in jail.
The charges of Amy Goodman and Cody Hall for Sept. 3 -- when vicious dogs attacked the protectors -- state the "protesters" broke through the fence, "assaulted security guards," and entered private land. The charges against them were filed Sept. 8, 2016.
Amy Goodman said, "This is unacceptable violation of freedom of the press. I was doing my job by covering pipeline guards unleashing dogs and pepper spray on Native American protesters." Goodman is host and executive producer of Democracy Now!
On Sept. 6, a Lakota woman and man from the Amazon locked down to the Dakota Access pipeline bulldozers to prevent destruction of the burial places.
The charges state there was damage to equipment, painting of equipment, a tire was flattened, and dirt was placed in fuel lines, on Sept. 6. Cody Hall was identified addressing those present, according to the charges.
Cody Hall was arrested last night on the highway between Bismarck and the camp.
Amy Goodman is charged with criminal trespass, misdemeanor B. Cody Hall is charged with criminal trespass, misdemeanor A and B. The investigating officer is a special agent with the Bureau of Criminal Investigation for North Dakota.
The charges state that videos are being used as evidence against Goodman, in fact her own video, and against Hall.
Meanwhile, all those passing through the roadblock south of Mandan appear to be photographed and profiled by police.
Censored News readers have identified those responsible for the vicious attacks by dogs, from their vehicle license plates. Frost Kennels in Ohio is identified by their vehicle plates and confirmed their involvement in Facebook posts.
The question remains: Will North Dakota file charges against the security guards with attack dogs? Although North Dakota officials told media that they could not identify the dog handlers, as shown below they are easy to identify by their license plates. They also confirmed their presence in public Facebook posts.
|Vicious dogs and pepper spray were used on Native Americans and supporters defending a Native|
American burial place on Sept. 3, 2016.
|Dakota Access pipeline bulldozer digging into the graves of Native American chiefs|
|Attack dog is out of control and attacks one of its own handlers on Sept. 3, as bulldozers ripped into an area of Native American burial places in violation of federal law protecting Native American graves.|
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