Dakota Pipeline protesters arrested in Boston

BOSTON (WHDH) - Protesters were arrested in downtown Boston after chaining themselves to the doors of a TD Bank.

They were protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline on a Native American Reservation in North Dakota.

Four activists were arrested for blocking access to the bank.

Two locked their necks toegther and two more used reinforced pvc pipes to lock their arms.

TD Bank has extended credit to the pipeline and protesters are calling for the bank to cancel the loan.


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