Police Make CHILLING Discovery at Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Site

Police Make CHILLING Discovery at Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Site

I’m not sure, but I don’t think this is the first dead body found at the Dakota Access Pipeline site. With all the garbage and debris there, it would be easy to hide a body. This one however was found floating in the Cannonball River near a protesting campsite. Damjan Nedelkovski was found floating down the river Sunday morning. There are no signs of foul play and I don’t think they’ve determined cause of death yet. He’s from California and is a frequent protester in the area. Not so much anymore.

Cleaning up the protest site is a nightmare for crews. The so-called environmentalists evidently didn’t give a crap about the environment there. They were pigs. And bonus… they left a bunch of poor dogs to starve and freeze to death when they left. When they weren’t doing that, they were burning holes in the pipeline to create and environmental disaster. Liberal logic is profoundly stupid.

From The Daily Caller:

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North Dakota law enforcement officials are investigating a dead body found in the Cannonball River near a campsite used to protest the now completed Dakota Access Pipeline.

Local fishermen found the body of Damjan Nedelkovski floating in a river Sunday morning near the primary campsite holding anti-DAPL protesters. He was a California resident known to frequent protest camps in the area, according to a press statement issued Monday by the Morton County Sheriff’s Department.

An autopsy showed no blunt trauma to the body, and officials are not certain how long he was in the water. Family and friends, meanwhile, told local officials they last had contact with Nedelkovski in October 29, 2016. His stepbrother filed a missing person report in November.

Anti-DAPL activists and Standing Rock Sioux members believe the line’s construction would trample on tribal lands and potentially poison Lake Oahe. The pipeline’s opponents continue to say the protests are largely peaceful and nonviolent.

Local fishermen found the body and pulled it out of the river. There were 709 arrests at the protest site, with 221 having prior criminal records. There was also a hefty $8 million in property damage and an additional cost of $1.1 million to clean up afterwards. Now, there’s loss of life as well. All for what? A pipeline that provides jobs, doesn’t pollute anything, doesn’t disturb any ancestral lands and that provides badly needed energy for Americans. Someone’s priorities are really screwed up here.

It is sad that this guy passed away and it would be informative to know how. But there is an excellent argument to be made here that the protesters who were there to defend the environment, were the ones that destroyed it. And a decomposing body in the river system didn’t help either. This is where liberal insanity leads and it’s never good.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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