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Water Cannons Fired at Water Protectors in Freezing Temperatures Injure Hundreds — Sacred Stone Camp - Iŋyaŋ Wakh�ŋagapi Oth�

2.12.16

Water Cannons Fired at Water Protectors in Freezing Temperatures Injure Hundreds — Sacred Stone Camp - Iŋyaŋ Wakh�ŋagapi Oth�: National Lawyers Guild legal observers on the frontlines have confirmed that multiple people were unconscious and bleeding after being shot in the head with rubber bullets. One elder went into cardiac arrest at the frontlines but medics administered CPR and were able to resuscitate him. The camp’s medical staff and facilities are overwhelmed and the local community of Cannonball has opened their school gymnasium for emergency relief.


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