A Mexican Crossing Lines – November 7, 2016 “Inside the Jail”
:: Interviews with Sara Long and Bethany Hentkowski
:: Red Owl Legal seeking witnesses abused by Morton County
:: STANDING ROCK HEARINGS
STANDING ROCK HEARINGS TO BEGIN: PROTECT THE LANDS, AND WATER NO DAPL
Tribal Administrative Hearings: PUBLIC NOTICE
Nov. 4, 2016 – Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Administrative Conference Rooms 1-4pm
Nov 9, 2016- Prairie Knights Casino 1-4pm
Nov 21, 2016- Grand River Casino 4-8pm
Nov.22, 2016 – Prairie Knights Casino 4-8 pm
Public comment will be received and recorded to address public concerns for the environment and the potential impacts to the drinking water, tribal wildlife, natural resources, spiritual, historical, and cultural sites of Standing Rock by processes and approvals of federal agency permits, environmental justice, issues in project planning, large industrial projects, and the national environmental policy acts, project’s impacts on safe drinking water, air quality and tribal water rights. Written comment will be received postmarked until Dec. 5, 2016 at Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. ATTN: Hearing on the Environment. PO BOX D, Fort Yates, ND 58538 or Email to Allyson Twobears at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make these phone calls and tell them to STOP the Dakota Access Pipeline and the abuse by Morton County:
White House 202-456-1111 or 202-456-1414.
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple 701-328-2200.
Morton County Sheriff’s Department 701-667-3330.
Army Corps of Engineers 202-761-5903.
Lee Hanse Executive Vice President Energy Transfer Partners 210-403-6455.
Glenn Emery Vice President Energy Transfer Partners 210-403-6762.
Michael (Cliff) Waters Lead Analyst Energy Transfer Partners 713-989-2404.
Red Owl Legal Collective wants to talk to you. If you have experienced abuse by the Morton County Sheriffs Department or other law enforcement during water protection activities, arrest or incarceration, please call the number below:
Red Owl Legal Support Hotline