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Bayou Bridge Pipeline Construction Halted
September 22, 2018

The Bayou Bridge Pipeline (BBP) has been halted in one critical area of the Atchafalaya Basin.

In July of 2018 Atchafalaya Basinkeeper members noticed pipeline workers cutting down trees & digging trenches on 38 acres of private property in the St. Martin Parish, without landowner permission.

An injunction was filed by Atchafalaya Basinkeeper lawyers against Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) for illegally occupying the area. The plaintiffs state that ETP is unauthorized to claim eminent domain, & broke the law when it did not make a genuine effort to negotiate with landowners before seizing the land.

On September 10 of 2018, just before the hearing, ETP agreed to stop construction on this portion of the pipeline, until the next hearing that is scheduled for November 27, 2018.

The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) & Atchafalaya Basinkeeper filed another lawsuit against ETP two days later, on behalf of basin landowners. According to plaintiffs, ETP's claim of eminent domain is unconstitutional. They are also suing the company for trespassing, on the basis that it started construction "destroying trees and land in the process" without the legal right to do so.

This pipeline project was already considered illegal because the permits issued by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) & Louisiana Department of Natural Resources (LDNR) were bogus.

"The landowners’ filing details that the pipeline is actually contrary to the public interest—in light of the extensive spill and leak record of [ETP]."-Center for Constitutional Rights

I'm certain that this pipeline is a concealed weapon of mass destruction (WMD) intended to:

ETP (Ecocidal Terraforming Pollution) is an ecocidal/genocidal machine disguised as an energy corporation—steered by a cult of wealthy psychopaths—who are terraforming the planet with staged environmental disasters & geoengineering.

Because the hearing is set for late November the pipeline will not be completed by October.

This symbolizes a great victory for the preservation of the basin & constitutional rights of landowners who lawfully resisted the toxic invasion.

Although construction was halted in a key area, it continues elsewhere. Frontline protectors have vowed to completely stop the project.

A dozen people from L’eau Est La Vie were arrested on the felony charge of “unauthorized entry of a critical infrastructure” for resisting the pipeline on the disputed 38-acre property, when they had permission from the landowner to occupy the territory.

Some of these unjust arrests were made by Louisiana state police officers working as private security guards for ETP.

Wealthy criminals used police officers to subdue resistance to an illegal, unconstitutional, & deceitful gambit to steal land, cut off food & water supplies, destroy the environment, & sicken the local population!

"We have been tased, pepper sprayed, put into choke holds, and beaten with batons to stop this illegal construction."-No BBP

ETP & other energy corporations use security firms such as TigerSwan & Leighton Security Services to extinguish opposition to their contaminating encroachments.

These firms hire police officers & former military personnel who are in communication with local police departments.

There was "extensive coordination" between local sheriffs & contractors working for TigerSwan during Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protests. Leighton employed police officers from multiple North Dakota sheriff departments.

Leighton also hired local police, game wardens, constables, & deputies as private security during construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), ETP/Sunoco Mariner East 2 (ME2), & Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP).


The Advocate, With 1 Month to Go Bayou Bridge's Backers Agree to Stay off Small Portion of Project in St. Martin Parish, September 10, 2018
MintPress News, Legal Challenge Halts Construction of Bayou Bridge Pipeline, September 11, 2018
Center for Constitutional Rights, Landowners File Constitutional Challenge to Bayou Bridge’s Claim to Eminent Domain in Atchafalaya Basin, September 12, 2018
The Times-Picayune, Bayou Bridge Pipeline halted by property rights challenge, September 10, 2018
The Intercept, Recent Arrests Under New Anti-Protest Law Spotlight Risks that Off-Duty Cops Pose to Pipeline Opponents, August 22 2018