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James Pilcher: Ohio judge orders state police to release North Dakota records

7.6.17

Ohio judge orders state police to release North Dakota records: [cincinnati.com] North Dakota was the site of several violent clashes last year between Native American protesters and law enforcement over the building of a new pipeline through sites considered to be religious by local tribes.

Protesters were also concerned about the possible impact of the Dakota Access pipeline on the local water supply.

State officials denied The Enquirer's request filed under the Ohio Open Records Act, as well as requests for internal communications about the deployment.

Previously a special master ruled that the state should turn over the names of the troopers, but that the request for the communications was "too broad."


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