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Port: Landowner sells land used for #NoDAPL protests to pipeline company

The #NoDAPL protesters working to block the Dakota Access Pipeline haven't camped on the land of the historic Cannonball Ranch, but at least some of the protest activities have taken place there.

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Aerial photograph taken Saturday, August 20, 2016 over protest camp on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota. Camp shown is called the Seven Councils Camp or the Overflow Camp. There is another much smaller camp that has been occupied since April and called the Camp of Sacred Stones. The people who are in the camps are protesting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune

The #NoDAPL protesters working to block the Dakota Access Pipeline haven’t camped on the land of the historic Cannonball Ranch, but at least some of the protest activities have taken place there.

Apparently land owner David Meyer is fed up with it.

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