Police move in to disperse protesters at Dakota Access Pipeline | KUOW News and Information

Police move in to disperse protesters at Dakota Access Pipeline

Oct 27, 2016

Bill Radke speaks with Seattle Times environment reporter Lynda Mapes Thursday morning about the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. Mapes is on the scene in North Dakota where the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and hundreds of supporters are continuing a months-long protest against the construction of a pipeline. 

Police moved in on Thursday to disperse protesters who have moved the front line of their demonstration onto private land.