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Pipeline security company says it's victim of smear campaign

 


BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The heavily criticized company that handled private security for the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline said Thursday that its efforts were aimed at creating a safe working environment and that it's the victim of a smear campaign.

North Carolina-based TigerSwan is in trouble with North Dakota regulators for operating without a state license and has been lambasted on social media by pipeline opponents for its aggressive tactics during months of protests against the $3.8 billion pipeline that began moving North Dakota oil to a distribution point in Illinois this month...



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