Shailene Woodley Faces Jail Time if Trespassing and Riot Charges Stick
Monday’s peaceful protest followed a federal judge’s ruling on Sunday that rejected the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s request to halt construction on the $3.8 billion pipeline, claiming it could taint water supplies and encroach on tribal burial sites. Protests supporting the tribe have been going on for months. Woodley has been campaigning against the Dakota Access Pipeline for much of this year, and previously joined Rosario Dawson at a demonstration in New York in August, where they held up signs and marched with others committed to halting the project. She was one of around 100 demonstrators who staged the peaceful protest in Sioux County on the site of the pipeline, which will transport crude oil from North Dakota to Illinois.
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