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Rushed to the governor's desk under the pretense of being "an emergency," a new statute signed into law in Oklahoma days ago increases penalties against protesters — specifically, it targets opposition to construction of the Diamond Pipeline — with those found guilty facing far stiffer penalties, including fines topping a mind-numbing $1-million.
Anyone caught trespassing on property considered containing a "critical infrastructure facility" will "face a felony and a minimum $10,000 fine if a court determines they entered property intending to damage, vandalize, deface, 'impede or inhibit operations of the facility.' Should the trespasser actually succeed in 'tampering' with the infrastructure, they face a $100,000 fine or 10 years of imprisonment," The Intercept reports.
Summoning the ugly specter of Energy Transfer Partners' horrendous PR imbroglio over massive camps of Native American water protectors endeav
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