Lee County has succumbed to pressure from Dakota Access to evict the peaceful Mississippi Stand camp.
We all live in the Mississippi watershed. Many of you have joined with Mississipi Stand in direct actions the past weekends or have been following their efforts on facebook the past weeks as they work to stop Dakota Access from drilling beneath the Mississippi River near Sandusky. The resistance is working! We are putting Big Oil on the defensive. The camp was served with an eviction notice effective Thursday, October 6th.
Lee County Attorney Mike Short:
319-524-9560 or 319-372-5673 and email@example.com
Lee County Board of Supervisors:
319-372-6557 / 1-866-577-6342 or
firstname.lastname@example.org Rick Larkin, Supervisor
email@example.com Gary Folluo, Supervisor
firstname.lastname@example.org Matt Pflug, Vice Chair
email@example.com Denise Fraise clerk
firstname.lastname@example.org Ron Fedler, Chair
Lee County Sheriff:
Jim Scholl 319-372-1152 (or 319-524-1414 or 800-382-8900)
Let them know your name and where you’re from, that you oppose Dakota Access’ Bakken pipeline, and that they 1) must protect the right of the water protectors to peacefully assemble and 2) must immediately revoke the evacuation notice, and 3) stop all hostility toward the water protectors.
These water protectors represent thousands of Iowans opposed to this pipeline and thousands more nationwide who oppose the use of our land and rivers to further the private profit of Big Oil.
This bullying has to stop. Thank you for your help!
The Bakken Pipeline Resistance Coalition