BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – The Dakota Access pipeline leaked 84 gallons of oil in South Dakota early last month, which an American Indian tribe says bolsters its argument that the pipeline jeopardizes its water supply and deserves further environmental review.
The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources says the April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways.
The agency posted a report in its website’s searchable database, but it didn’t take any other steps to announce it to the public, despite an ongoing lawsuit by four Sioux tribes seeking to shut down the pipeline.
Brian Walsh, an environmental scientist with the agency, said Wednesday that the state doesn’t issue news releases on spills unless they threaten the public’s health, a fishery or a drinking water system, and that no such threat existed in this case.
And yes of course it is Agenda 21, a war on the so called useless eaters
U. S. says Too dangerous to reveal risks of DAPL oil spills in Lake Oahe
The Pipeline under the Oahe Lake and the Missouri river is about 135 below the surrounding lands, which are part of the largest freshwater reservoir in the United States and called the Ogallala Aquifer. It provides water from Texas to the Canadian border. Drinking water and agriculture is dependent. If the pipeline breaks it ontaminates that water forever … it is 135 feet deep. So yeah the psychopaths want some people dead. The Missouri is also at risk. That is why native Americans are risking their lives for you.
It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets… Voltaire
The company behind the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is under fire in Ohio, where construction of a separate pipeline resulted in spills of millions of gallons of drilling fluids into nearby wetlands.