Bureau of Indian Affairs Police gave Sacred Stone Camp a stunning 10 Day Eviction Notice
Published on Feb 16, 2017Breaking News: On Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council's request the Bureau of Indian Affairs Police gave Sacred Stone Camp a stunning 10 Day Eviction Notice in person at camp that says the entirety of Sacred Stone Prayer Camp needs to go or property can be seized and people charged with trespassing.
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