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National Guard Deploys Missile Launchers to Dakota Access Pipeline to ‘Observe’ Protestors - The Daily Beast

18.1.17

National Guard Deploys Missile Launchers to Dakota Access Pipeline to ‘Observe’ Protestors - The Daily Beast: North Dakota Guard spokesman William Prokopyk told The Daily Beast that the Avenger’s missile tubes aren’t loaded. “These systems have observation capabilities and are used strictly in the observation role to protect private property and public safety,” Prokopyk said.

“There’s no authority to arm them,” he stressed, adding that the two Avengers have been in Morton County—site of the drill pad—for more than a month without incident.

The drill pad the Avenger is “protecting” belongs to Dakota Access, LLC, the company building the nearly 1,200-mile-long pipeline meant to transport oil from North Dakota’s Bakken oil field to a storage facility in Illinois.


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