Monday, February 27, 2017

Police Kill Florida Gas Pipeline Shooter

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2/2/6/2017 terror: infrastructure attack crime: shooting a gas pipeline suspect: killed by police  Police Kill Florida Gas Pipeline Shooter An apparent "protester" was seen firing a high powered military style rifle at the controversial Sabal Trail Pipeline construction site 70 miles north of Tampa Florida. Police chased the man in a car until he crashed, got out and got into a shoot out with police who killed him. Other weapons were found in the car. Authoritie and media made no mention of terrorism as a possible motive as he was obviously just a peaceful protester exercising his free speech and 2nd amenedment rights.

Why is a man that nobody called a terrorist shoot in police and pipelines in a suicide attack like a terrorist?

DUNNELLON, Fla. - The Marion County Sheriff's Office says a deputy shot and killed a Sabal Trail Pipeline protester after a gun he was holding was pointed at the officer."-news 4

Police in Citrus County, Florida fatally shoot man seen shooting at a natural gas pipeline had been fatally shot by police

Sheriff: Gunman Killed after Firing at Florida Pipeline Site Sunday, 26 Feb 2017 03:45 PM
newsmax: Patrol chased the man until he crashed near Floral City, 70 miles north of Tampa. Prendergast says the man got out and exchanged shots with deputies, who killed him. No deputies were hurt. Prendergast said other weapons were found in the car. comment:  A Terrorist! Domestic?

Man who shot controversial pipeline with rifle killed by cops after chase, authorities say
Orlando Sentinel · 18 hours ago

Man shot, killed by deputies after opening fire at Sabal Pipeline
WESH Orlando · 19 hours ago
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Police kill man reportedly seen shooting at gas pipeline - CBS News
Police in Citrus County, Florida said Sunday that a man reportedly seen shooting at a natural gas pipeline had been fatally shot by officers after ... comments: JIMDORCEY  Another lib eco terroist/ protestor. Dam libs, do as a say or I will become violent.  CHALLYFEVER Russians did it Disinfo psy-op supporting terrorism: WBRADDOCK1 Seems to be a lot of hate and ignorance posted here. There are over 60 eminent domain lawsuits filed against construction of this pipeline in Florida. This guy likely lost property his rights to the gas company building the pipeline, and felt this was his only recourse.  Not justifying him trying to destroy pipe equipment, but just providing some back story CBS missed.

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18 hours ago - A Florida shooting suspect pulls a weapon after confronted by an FHP trooper and Citrus County deputies.

Deputy kills man accused of shooting at Sabal Trail Pipeline,...
19 hours ago - The Marion County Sheriff's Office says a deputy shot and killed a Sabal Trail Pipelineprotester after a gun was pointed at the officer.

Pipeline Incident in Florida Results in One Shot Dead - Daily Kos
11 hours ago - Pipeline Incident in Florida Results in One Shot Dead ... name, just that there had been issues with this pipeline and about the shots and chase.

Citrus Co. deputies kill man who shot at Sabal Pipeline ... - WFTV
18 hours ago - CITRUS COUNTY, Fla. - A man was shot and killed by Citrus County deputies and a trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol Sunday morning ...

Sheriff: Gunman killed after firing at Florida pipeline site - Chicago ...
16 hours ago - A man who fired shots at a central Florida construction site died during a shootout with sheriff's deputies following a chase. Citrus County Sheriff

Deputy kills man accused of shooting at Sabal Trail Pipeline, pointing gun at officer
News4Jax · 19 hours ago
Shots at Sabal Trail pipeline lead to chase, fatal shooting

Gainesville Sun · 2 days ago

Sabal Pipeline shooter killed by law enforcement

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Sabal Trail Transmission Pipeline - Wikipedia
Sabal Trail Transmission Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline to run from central Alabama through southwest Georgia to Orange County. A minority stake ...
Sabal Trail Transmission Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline to run from central Alabama through southwest Georgia to Orange County. A minority stake in the venture is owned by NextEra Energy and Duke Energy. The pipeline has been being planned since before 2011. In July 2013 it was announced that Florida Power & Light Company awarded Spectra Energy and NextEra Energy the bid to build the pipeline. In May 2015, Duke Energy bought an interest in the venture. Construction began in September 2016. The pipeline is currently scheduled to be in service by June 2017.

Environmental concerns and federal agency permission[edit]

The construction of the pipeline has drawn concern from the communities through which it is planned to be built. Protests in Albany, Georgia[1] and Valdosta, Georgia have occurred in response to the plans to build the pipelines.[2] The threat of eminent domain and the environmental impact are among the concerns that have been voiced by citizens.
In late October 2015, the United States Environmental Protection Agency recommended to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that the pipeline be rerouted away from the Floridan aquifer because of the karst geology that is prone to sinkholes and also contains wetlands.[3] Others including Sanford BishopHank JohnsonDavid Scott and John Lewis have voiced concern over the construction of a proposed compressor station near an already disadvantaged African American community in Albany, Georgia.[4]
Despite the recommendations of Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved the pipeline's route in February 2016.[5] In August 2016, the Army Corps of Engineers approved the route through North Florida.[6] Some citizens from the areas of the route continued to voice concerns about the environmental impact the pipeline would have the environment after it was approved by the various governmental agencies.
The federal permits require the companies constructing the pipeline to engage in mitigation banking.


In September 2016, construction began on the pipeline.
On November 12, 2016, fourteen protesters were arrested at a pipeline construction site in Gilchrist County, Florida after one protester locked himself to truck on site and the others obstructed its path. They had been inspired by the Dakota Access Pipeline protests and used similar protest signage.[7]
In late October 2016, drilling mud seepage began leaking into the Withlacoochee River at construction along the border of Brooks County, Georgia and Lowndes County, Georgia from a pilot hole that had been drilled underneath the river in preparation for the horizontal directional drilling hole. After the leakage was discovered, the Sabal Company installed containment booms at the site and posted a vacuum truck to capture the mud seepage. The spill prompted protests from concerned local citizens on November 16, 2016.[8]
As part of the company's biweekly report for the week ending on November 27 to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, it was reported that a sinkhole had developed 165 feet (50 m) southeast of the horizontal directional drilling (HDD) hole exit point at the work site near the Withlacoochee River. The sinkhole had been identified on November 5 by workers in the field.[9]

Charitable activities[edit]

The companies behind the Sabal Trail Transmission Pipeline have donated funding to various organizations in the communities along the route. According to the company's website it has donated:


See also[edit]


External links[edit]

Sabal Trail Transmission Pipeline - Corporate Website
SpectraBusters - A Website in Opposition to the Pipeline
Join Us | Protest the Sabal Trail Pipeline

The Sabal Trail Pipeline: A Sinking Feeling - FracTracker Alliance
Nov 29, 2016 - The Sabal Trail Pipeline is a project of Duke Energy, NextEra Energy, and Spectra Energy. Spectra is the fossil fuel corporation responsible for ...