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Watch Protesters Disrupt Tar-Sands Operation at PR Springs, UT



On July 29, protesters affiliated with delayed operations at the PR Springs tar-sands mine by lying down in front of bulldozers, climbing around on construction equipment and, by the looks of it, having an all-around-pleasant afternoon.---

The following video has everything you look for in a decent nonviolent protest flick: walkie-talkies, facemasks, people riding in truck beds holding flags and, of course, nonthreatening, motivational rock music.