Climate activist fights “terrorist” conviction

PHOTO: In this Aug. 30, 2016, file photo, activist Jessica Reznicek talks with Lee County Sheriff's Deputy Steve Sproul while conducting a personal occupation and protesting the Bakken pipeline, at a pipeline construction site, near Keokuk, Iowa.


Oklahoma is one of at least 17 states in the past few years that adopted laws aimed at protesters who go too far in their opposition to energy projects such as oil and gas pipelines. A federal appeals court prepares to hear one such case where a woman who fought the Dakota Access Pipeline was convicted of being a “terrorist” and sentenced to 8 years in prison.

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