STANDING ROCK, ND — Protesters have tried to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline since late last summer. On Sunday night, 400 protesters clashed with police, leading to the hospitalization of more than two dozen.
One protester, a 21-year-old New York resident named Sophia Wilansky, nearly lost her arm after an explosion. Both sides have blamed each since the weekend clashes.
Tom Iverson told CNN affiliate KFYR that state troopers had not deployed a grenade or any other explosive against protesters on Sunday.
“There is no merit to that,” Iverson said.”But I assure the citizens of North Dakota … All the facts will be out there.” The North Dakota Joint Information Center also released photos of improvised weapons that law enforcement said protesters used against them during the confrontation at Backwater Bridge.
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The US Army Corps of Engineers granted the project final permits in July — to the dismay of environmentalists and tribe members.
Michael Knudsen, medical logistics coordinator for the Standing Rock Medic and Healer Council, told CNN that demonstrators on Sunday had attempted to pull a truck off of the Backwater Bridge to clear a roadblock that “prevented people from being evacuated in an emergency.” Knudsen said he saw police unleash water cannons on protesters even though temperatures were below freezing.
Police and about 400 people who were protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline clashed Sunday November 20, 2016 evening as demonstrators lit cars on fire and police launched tear gas and water at the crowds. They’ve stood in solidarity with a Native American group seeking to be heard.“Even though she’s lying there with her arm pretty much blown off, she’s focused on the fact that it’s not about her, it’s about what we’re doing to our country, what we’re doing to our native peoples, what we’re doing to our environment,” Wayne Wilansky said.Police: We didn’t fire grenades at protesters On Tuesday, North Dakota State Patrol spokesman Lt.Authorities said they recovered a punctured propane cylinder, rocks and glass jars, which they said are commonly used to make Molotov cocktails.According to KFYR, police say protesters were seen running to the area where the explosion had happened.Ceylon IDE 1.3.1 for Intelli J and Eclipse resolves more than 110 issues, and adds support for running and debugging Ceylon programs on Wild Fly Swarm.Ceylon 1.3.1 is backward-compatible with Ceylon 1.3.0, and so it's not necessary to recompile or change dependencies.Initially, protesters feared the worst: Doctors would have to amputate her arm due to the explosion.But Wayne Wilansky, Sophia’s father, told CNN affiliate KFYR that amputation wouldn’t be necessary even though the explosion “blew the bone out of her arm.” Wilansky noted his daughter, who might need as many as 20 surgeries to repair her forearm, still remained focused on the pipeline fight.However, upgrading to version 1.3.1 of any Ceylon platform module is recommended.Ceylon is a modern, modular, statically typed programming language for the Java and Java Script virtual machines.