Journalist Shot In Face While Interviewing Protester At Standing Rock
Militarized police have fired rubber bullets on protesters holding the front lines on the sacred grounds of Standing Rock. A journalist has accidentally filmed herself getting shot with a rubber bullet while interviewing a peaceful protester. Via Anti Media: North Dakota — In the ongoing standoff between Native American water protectors and the Dakota Access Pipeline, the presence of militarized law enforcement has become an everyday occurrence. As such, it came as no surprise Wednesday when riot gear-clad police held the line at the edge of Cantapeta Creek as protesters attempted to reach a hillside that is sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux. Image credit: Red Warrior Camp However, journalist Erin Schrode was not expecting to be shot in the face with a rubber bullet as she interviewed a peaceful protester on camera. The land she was standing on appears to be Standing Rock Reservation territory and is located on the opposite side of the creek where protesters were demonstrating. Watch the video below: I was shot by militarized police WHILE interviewing a man on camera at #StandingRock…and here’s the footage. #NoDAPL https://t.co/FfWiSCbiKf pic.twitter.com/4DRwNPkfZ9 — Erin Schrode (@ErinSchrode) 3 November 2016 In an emotional post on Facebook, Schrode described the […]
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