Unless we find ME [morals and ethics], we are lost; in peace
These protesters were worried about the pipeline polluting the water yet they did not care what the trash they left behind would do.
The trash they left behind will pollute the water a lot more than the pipeline ever will.
Blake Nicholson / AP Photos
The U.S. Army Corps will spend more than $1 million to clean up the mess left behind by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and others opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. The protesters — who succeeded in temporarily shutting down pipeline construction under orders from President Barack Obama — were evicted after President Donald Trump put the pipeline project back online.
“The corps’ contract with a Florida-based company to provide trash removal and environmental cleanup includes the main Oceti Sakowin camp on the north side of the Cannonball River and the smaller Rosebud camp on the south side,” the
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