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This Map Shows Were All the Arrested #NoDAPL Protesters Have Come From

A man is arrested by North Dakota law enforcement officers at a construction site for the Dakota Access Pipeline. Photo via Morton County As of yesterday, when 14 more of the protesters were taken into custody, there have been 143 total arrests of people protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. Most of these people are not from North or South Dakota, the two states which encompass the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.
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