Dead Body Found Near Pipeline Protesters’ Trash Heaps
Thousands of far left activists joined the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe for nearly a year in North Dakota to protest the construction of an oil pipeline.
They were concerned it would damage the environment.
After the protesters went home they left behind a mountain of toxic garbage.
They trashed the place.
The toxic trash cost over a million dollars to clean up.
Police found a dead body in the river near the former protestcamp.
American Thinker reported:
With the snows melting in icy North Dakota, the mounds of frozen garbage left by far-left Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protestors are finally being cleared. What should the police find in all those acres of debris? A dead body, not surprisingly, nestled among all the garbage-barge-like flotsam and jetsam such Occupy-inspired campout protests always leave in their wake.
The body was of a California man who hung out at protests as an ‘activist’ and who had been reported missing by his stepbrother last October. It was found in the Cannonball River where it had been left among all the detritus of the protestors, apparently none of them particularly caring, yet all full of self-righteous virtuousness about saving the earth as their demonstration spun into chaos. That’s right, they left a fellow protestor’s dead body behind in a river but piously lectured the people of the North Dakota about the horrors of the Dakota Access Pipleline polluting some lake.
The body of Glendale resident Damjan Nedelkovski was found Sunday by a fisherman in the Cannonball River, near the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camps.
The Morton County Sheriff’s office released a statement.