The violent Dakota Access Pipeline protest raged for hours — until this tribal elder stepped in | The Seattle Times

“I want to make sure they have their water protected,” Murphy said. “And I would like to see unity, not only of the tribes, but of all people. We will do this peacefully, prayerfully. I am here until they stop the pipeline.”

Source: The violent Dakota Access Pipeline protest raged for hours — until this tribal elder stepped in | The Seattle Times

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