Red Fawn Fallis Enters NonCooperating Plea Agreement UNICORN RIOT


A very different justice Red Fawn Fallis and the Hammonds The Circle News

U.S. District of North Dakota Chief Judge Daniel Hovland sentenced Red Fawn Fallis on Wednesday in Bismarck's federal court to 57 months in federal prison with credit for time served, followed by.


Red Fawn Fallis Will Not Be Released From Jail Before Sentencing KVRR Local News

BISMARCK, N. D. - Red Fawn Fallis' recent sentencing to federal prison was the closing of a criminal court proceeding here, but also the opening of a curtain covering a frame-up of hundreds of indigenous water protectors like her who support the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's ongoing litigation against permitting the Dakota Access Pipeline.


Red Fawn Fallis and the Felony of Being Attacked by Cops Resumen LatinoAmericano English

Red Fawn Fallis found love and purpose on a Dakota prairie. She thought it would save her life. Instead, she went to prison. By Elizabeth Flock. The Atavist Magazine, No. 90. Elizabeth Flock is a Peabody and Emmy-nominated journalist, author, and documentary filmmaker who focuses on stories about gender and justice.


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BISMARCK, N.D. — Red Fawn Fallis was greeted by friends at the Bismarck Airport in Bismarck, N.D. on Wednesday evening after serving a four-year sentence at a federal prison in California. Fallis, a tribal citizen of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, was a water protector at Standing Rock during the resistance to stop the Dakota Access pipeline.


Red Fawn Fallis Enters NonCooperating Plea Agreement UNICORN RIOT

After spending a year in jail awaiting trial, Oglala Lakota Sioux activist Red Fawn Fallis pleaded guilty last week to two federal felonies related to her arrest while protesting the Dakota.


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Red Fawn Fallis Sentenced; Glenn Morris Reflects on Her Case and Lessons of Standing Rock Westword

Drone footage from Oct. 27, 2016, shows Red Fawn Fallis driving an ATV alongside the highway, then parking and approaching the police line. Around the 3:35 minute mark, she breaks from the crowd.


Red Fawn Fallis pleads guilty in Federal Court Monday

Red Fawn Fallis was sentenced to 57 months in prison on charges stemming from her arrest while opposing the Dakota Access pipeline. Will Parrish July 13 2018, 1:31 p.m. Donate Red Fawn Fallis.


Denver woman gets prison for firing gun during pipeline protest The Denver Post

R ed Fawn Fallis saved her from the violence and chaos. On 22 October, when police arrested more than 120 people protesting against the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline, Lauren.


Red Fawn Fallis Sentenced; Glenn Morris Reflects on Her Case and Lessons of Standing Rock Westword

UPDATE (1/22/2018 @ 3:05 p.m.): There was a packed courtroom at the United States District Court of North Dakota in Bismarck Monday morning to hear Red Fawn Fallis change her plea to guilty.


Red Fawn Fallis an Oglala Lakota water protector was sentenced to 57 months in prison on charges

#NoDAPL water protector Red Fawn Fallis was sentenced July 11 to 57 months in prison by a federal judge in North Dakota. She was given 18 months' credit for time served prior to trial, and will have three years of probation supervision after her release. She and her family await news of where she will serve time, possibly in Arizona.


One Billion Rising Marchers Rally Behind Red Fawn Fallis, Against Trump Denver Denver

Red Fawn Fallis, 39, was accused of firing a handgun three times while resisting arrest on Oct. 27, 2016. No one was hurt. Fallis, a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe, denied intentionally.


NoDAPL Protector Red Fawn Fallis Charged with Attempted Murder Democracy Now!

Red Fawn Fallis, a member of Denver's indigenous community, has been in jail in North Dakota ever since she was arrested at Standing Rock on October 27, 2016; she is the most seriously charged.


Federal judge orders 57 months in prison for Red Fawn Fallis

Since the demonstrations at Standing Rock, we've followed the case of Red Fawn Fallis, a member of Denver's indigenous community who was arrested on October 27, 2016, and accused of firing a gun.


Red Fawn Fallis, Dakota Access pipeline protester, charged with attempted murder Washington Times

Police Brutality Supreme Court Standing Rock Water Protector Red Fawn Fallis Leaves Federal Prison Headline Sep 11, 2020 An Indigenous water protector who was arrested during protests against the.


A 'political prisoner' Red Fawn Fallis takes the fall for NoDAPL incident

Red Fawn Fallis, 39, was accused of firing a handgun three times while resisting arrest on 27 October 2016. No one was hurt. Fallis, a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe, denied intentionally.