The Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness has been spying on Louisiana citizens concerned about the construction of Energy Transfer Partners‘ Bayou Bridge Pipeline through the Atchafalaya Basin ending in a African-American community in St. James parish already surrounded by industrial sites. Construction on that pipeline was stopped in federal court in late February.
Democracy Now!, an hour-long national and global news program you can only hear on the radio in Baton Rouge on 96.9FM, spoke with Louisianians concerned about the Bayou Bridge Pipeline and recent revelations of Louisiana Governor’s Office spying on pipeline critics.
Listen to the interview on-demand here:
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