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4 Nov, 2016 09:45

Iowa woman arrested on her own farm for trying to stop Dakota Access Pipeline! 

Lee interviews Cyndy Coppola, an Iowa resident who was arrested on her own property for blocking the path of construction equipment used for building the Dakota Access Pipeline. Afterwards, Lee explains why Brian Stelter of CNN’s Reliable Sources is wrong in his claim that Facebook is dividing our country. What does the mainstream news stand to gain from faulty and sensationalist reporting? How much of the news is actually true? Lee Camp breaks it all down on Redacted Tonight VIP.

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