(WASHINGTON TIMES) Fed-up sheriffs and police chiefs in North Dakota have a message for President Obama: Thanks for nothing.
In a blistering letter to Mr. Obama released Monday, a dozen policing officials accused the administration of fanning the flames of the Dakota Access pipeline protest and then refusing to help local law enforcement stuck with trying to maintain order.
The letter calls for 100 Border Patrol agents and U.S. Marshals to assist with the “increasingly dangerous situation on federal land,” referring to protesters camped out on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers property along the Cannonball River.
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