Monday, August 8, 2011

SAVE San Francisco PEAKS in Flagstaff, Arizona (Sacred Peaks)

Eight people in lockdown cut away and arrested

Eight people in lockdown cut away and arrested 
(MONDAY AUG 8, 2011) Lockdown on Snowbowl Road in Flagstaff Monday morning. Photo copyright Alex Soto/Censored News

San Francisco Peaks lockdown protesters arrested

Alex Soto, O'odham, reporting from San Francisco Peaks said all eight people have been cut away by police and arrested. Also: $4,760 needs to be raised for those who locked down & blockaded the Snowbowl road, preventing construction workers from installing pipeline to carry treated sewage for snowmaking up to holy Dook'o'oosliid. Please call Beth Lavely 928.254.1064 if you can donate.
San Francisco Peaks lockdown by Alex Soto.

San Francisco Peaks Supporters Lockdown Again!

MONDAY MORNING: Taala Hooghan Infoshop: San Francisco Peaks Supporters Locked Down on Snowbowl Road RIGHT NOW! Eight supporters locked down at 5 am this morning.
Support Needed! Flagstaff, Arizona.
San Francisco Peaks defender police laision Rudy Preston arrested at the scene. Flagstaff and Coconino Co. police are cutting away the pipes. So far two of the eight have been cut away, with Alex Soto reporting on the scene.
Leadhorse Choctaw asks, "Where are the tribal leaders who should be defending the Peaks?"
Also, where are the news media? You don't have to be paid to do the right thing.

San Francisco Peaks Defender Klee Benally Arrested

San Francisco Peaks Defender Klee Benally Arrested 
Six arrested at San Francisco Peaks March/Photo Youths of the Peaks/Click for more.
Klee Benally arrested Sunday afternoon at Protect the Peaks March/Youths of the Peaks
Flagstaff Police Arrest San Francisco Peaks Defenders/Youths of the Peaks

Police attack Save the Peaks marchers, arrest six

BREAKING NEWS - Six of the fiercest warriors who have been protecting the peaks were targeted and arrested in front of Macy's Coffeehouse last hour. Undercover police have infiltrated the hundred person march and are attempting to squash the growing anti-snowbowl movement!
This was a peaceful march that was surrounded by police from the minute it formed and they were just waiting to pounce. And they did! The six arrested were released on bail late Sunday. A protest is planned outside the US Forest Service at 12:30 pm on Monday.


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