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caption: A Dakota Access pipeline protester defies law enforcement officers who are trying to force them from a camp on private land in the path of pipeline construction, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016 near Cannon Ball, N.D.
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A Dakota Access pipeline protester defies law enforcement officers who are trying to force them from a camp on private land in the path of pipeline construction, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016 near Cannon Ball, N.D.
Credit: AP Photo/James MacPherson

Is the Standing Rock fight over?

Bill Radke talks with Seattle Times environment reporter Lynda Mapes about the recent win by the protestors at Standing Rock. Mapes explains why the recent decision from the Army Corps of Engineers puts an indefinite hold on the pipeline. She also sees that this kind of success may embolden protestors searching for a new cause.