Breaking911 Reported– For months now, the population has dwindled at the Oceti Sakowin camp, the hub of the movement to stop the Dakota Access oil pipeline. At its peak last year, the 80-acre swath of prairie was home to 10,000 or more Native Americans and environmental activists who transformed the federally-owned land in North Dakota into a sort of communal village, complete with shelters, mess halls and community centers.
–But the harsh Midwestern winter and a series of legal defeats in the fight over the pipeline took a toll on the activists’ numbers. By mid-February, only a couple hundred stalwarts remained. Follow The Link For The Full Report. -EH