Aerial footage of pipeline construction “16 miles from river“, broadcast live:
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Morton County Sheriff’s Deputies pull over Myron Dewey, search his vehicle, and take his drone. Broadcast live on 10-08-2016, then posted on 10-09-2016 with the following text:
“Officers said they had a warrant, I asked several times for a warrant and name, badge number with no comply… they clearly violated my rights…
“*The Fourth Amendment’s protection against unlawful search and seizure generally makes arbitrary police car searches illegal. If the police search your car without a warrant, your permission, or a valid reason, they are violating your constitutional rights.”
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Interview with Tom Goldtooth from Indigenous Environmental Network on Myron’s stolen drone. Additional information on DAPL activity at Hart river & their similar experience.
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“Update on drone taken, we are at the Morton County center”
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Myron confronts officers at station to get his vague ticket interpreted. Officer Jason Stugelmeyer refuses to identify himself, but gives his badge number as “54”. Stugelmeyer advises Myron to get an Attorney, then demands Myron leave immediately. Myron proceeds to have some basic questions answered, & all three officers demand he leaves. One Deputy threatens that if he doesn’t leave immediately, he will be seen as “loitering”.
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Myron later requests the names of the following officers:
Jason Stugelmeyer on left: