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DOJ Pledges to Prosecute Activists Who Damage Pipelines

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Saturday, 11 November 2017 ()

The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday pledged to prosecute protesters who damage oil pipelines and other energy infrastructure, a move that could escalate tensions between climate activists and the administration of President Donald Trump.
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On Friday the U.S. Department of Justice pledged to prosecute protesters who damage oil pipelines and other energy infrastructure. The decision could escalate tensions between climate activists and the administration of President Donald Trump. According to the DOJ, it is committed to vigorously...

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