Protesters Appear to Be in Violation of Federal Permit Prohibiting Permanent Structures
Mandan, N.D. — Protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline have taken to social media to continue to voice their outrage over the crowd control methods used by law enforcement against protesters late Sunday night. While the protesters maintain a strong social media presence, which they call “#NoDAPL solidarity,” on the ground, they work to control journalist access to the protest site. This may be related to possible violations of the permit allowing the protest to take place on federal land. These violations were witnessed by InsideSources reporting from the site on Tuesday.