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Arrests made in Tampa, Florida for feeding the homeless

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Members of Tampa Food Not Bombs were arrested on Saturday while feeding the homeless In Tampa you must obtain a pricey permit to feed the homeless in a city park This is not the first time members of the group have been arrested The group says they will continue to feed the homeless and plan…

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Law enforcement allow limited items to be retrieved from frontline camp

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Personal possessions, tipis, vehicles and sacred items were left behind following Thursday’s arrests in North Dakota Law enforcement made an agreement allowing 9 people and 3 vehicles to enter the frontline camp area to retrieve tipis No personal possessions, or vehicles are allowed to be retrieved from the area Part of the agreement was that media…

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Judge John Grinsteiner drops Amy Goodman’s charge in North Dakota.

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North Dakota Judge says there was not enough probable cause to charge Amy Goodman. Goodman was reporting for Democracy Now! when Native American were attacked by mercenaries in North Dakota. On September 8, Goodman had a warrant issued for her arrest. State Attorney Ladd R. Erickson changed Goodman’s charge from criminal to trespass to riot.…

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22 arrested in No DAPL lockdown in North Dakota.

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22 people have been arrested after halting construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline. Two men locked themselves to construction equipment to stop construction of the DAPL. Among those arrested were medics and journalists. Livestream of the arrests were blocked from Facebook. On Tuesday, 22 protesters were arrested during a “No DAPL” lockdown. It is reported…

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