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West Acres Officials Respond to DAPL Protest Threats
A Craigslist post encouraging pipeline protesters to shut down West Acres Mall on Friday has been pulled from the site.
The person behind the post promised to pay people $50 to show up.
The ad said anyone who proved they quit their job to protest full time would get $1000.
They also claimed to shut down Veterans Memorial Bridge during a pipeline protest earlier this week.
But traffic was never actually blocked.
West Acres officials issued a statement that they will exercise their private property rights and will not allow protests that pose a disruption to customers and tenants.