BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A Denver woman accused of shooting at officers during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline was sentenced Wednesday to four years and nine months in federal prison.
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 trying to injure anyone and claimed not to remember firing the gun after being tackled by police.But since she is a loony leftie environmentalist, she should go free or something:
She pleaded guilty Jan. 22 to civil disorder and illegal possession of a gun by a convicted felon.
Upon hearing about Red Fawn Fallis Federal sentence of 57 mths for actions taken during the #NoDAPL movement, #WaterProtecters in a new #Stopline3 camp in northern #Mn, told us that #CampHealingSouls says #FreeRedFawn pic.twitter.com/HiebOEmb7V— Unicorn Riot (@UR_Ninja) July 12, 2018