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Port: ND sheriff blasts feds for harboring 'hostile' protesters

The federal government has put North Dakota law enforcement in a bad situation. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - perhaps under pressure from the Obama administration? - continues to tolerate illegal and unpermitted encampments of #NoDAPL protes...

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The federal government has put North Dakota law enforcement in a bad situation.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – perhaps under pressure from the Obama administration? – continues to tolerate illegal and unpermitted encampments of #NoDAPL protesters on Corps property. The Corps is even  hanging out to dry a rancher  who owns grazing rights on some of that property, noting that he’s responsible for the condition of the land despite protesters digging fire pits and trenches and building structures on the land in preparation for an occupation they say will last through the harsh North Dakota winter.

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