From censored news:
“We were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct,” Brooklyn Baptiste told Censored News.
“Most of us are out now,” Baptiste said at 10 am.
Nez Perce gathered before midnight at the border of the sovereign Nez Perce Nation to block the megaload approaching on the highway. Singing the Flag Song, Nez Perce blocked the tarsands megaload before police and deputies removed blockaders and arrested Nez Perce leaders.
The massive shipment of oil refinery equipment continued its trek along scenic U.S. 12 early Tuesday. The load departed the Port of Wilma, near Clarkston, Wash., shortly before 11 p.m. Monday, The Lewiston Tribune reported. The two-lane highway in Idaho passes through the Nez Perce reservation and a federally designated Wild and Scenic River corridor.