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Feds Say It's Too Dangerous To Share Dakota Access Oil Spill Report | The Huffington Post

29.4.17

Feds Say It's Too Dangerous To Share Dakota Access Oil Spill Report | The Huffington Post: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers made the claim while rejecting a Freedom of Information Act request from MuckRock, a journalism website that collects and publishes government documents.

MuckRock’s co-founder Michael Morisy had requested in March a copy of an Army Corps environmental assessment that looked at the possible impact of a pipeline leak on Lake Oahe in North Dakota.

“The referenced document contains information related to sensitive infrastructure that if misused could endanger people’s lives and property,” said Army Corps lawyer Damon Roberts in a denial letter that MuckRock published Tuesday.


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