Wild Willpower PAC began building this website following the release of attack dogs and the destruction of the Lakota/Dakota/Nakota ancestral burial sites on September 3rd, 2016.
The content throughout this site does not necessarily reflect the political views of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe or any other organization, individual, or political body. This site is being compiled by Wild Willpower (Distance@WildWillpower.org- contributions needed & appreciated) to help people “cut through any media obfuscation” via creating a publicly-accessible, user-friendly archive, logistical analysis, & a “Redress of Greivances“ which takes into consideration the historic and cultural context of the situation & people involved, the civil rights violations incurred against civilians wrongfully accused of crimes (i.e. “rioting” & “disorderly conduct”, etc.), & the illegally approved Dakota Access Pipeline Project (“DAPL”) which violated the fiduciary responsibility between the Government & Tribes, caused by acts of extortion by certain officers.
The illegal approval of the pipeline damaged the Tribe, the State of North Dakota Citizen taxpayers, & hundreds of civilians who were legally protesting, remonstrating, & praying in accordance with their First Amendment Right and their national duty to this country, in accordance with Casus foederis.
“Casus foederis is the event upon the occurrence of which it becomes the duty of one of the allies to render the promised assistance to the other. Thus, in the case of a defensive alliance, the casus foederis occurs when war is declared or commenced against one of the allies. Treaties of alliance very often define precisely the event which shall be regarded as the casus foederis.”
All content throughout this page is being presented by Wild Willpower, without prejudice, for First Amendment purposes; the use of all such content is protected with regard to the Fair Use Index of the U.S. Copyright Office:
All content throughout this site is also being broadcast with regard to Casus foederis in accordance with The Constitution of The United States & the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie and 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie.
If you have any comments or suggestions, or if you’d like to help build the archive or offer a contribution to help our team, please email Distance@WildWillpower.org.
Contents of Website:
Civil Rights Violations **** Ancestral Burial Sites Desecrated **** Aircraft (FAA) Violations **** Officers Failure to Identify **** American Indian Religious Freedom Act Violated **** Everything Drone Related **** Officers Outside Their Jurisdiction (“Diversity of Jurisdiction”) **** Wrongful Evictions Against All Water Protector Camps
“List of Reasonable Demands” aka “Redress of Grievances”– please read & sign!
Thank you so much for caring; we’ll keep updating this site daily to help bring the movement into focus as best we can.
References are listed at the bottom of each page throughout this site, beneath the following image:
: Oppenheim, L., International Law: A Treatise, 8th Ed., Vol. 1, edited by H. Lauterpacht (New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1955), page 963-964.