GoFundMe Account for Protesters Still Short of Goal

Mark Glover protecting Rio Grande water. Photo credit: Garrett Graham, Twitter.


(Trans Pecos Pipeline Construction Site, TX) – The self-appointed “Water Protectors” protesting the construction of the Trans Pecos Pipeline have a GoFundMe page which so far is underwater. The page, created by Lori Glover to pay legal expenses for Mark Glover of Alpine and Jakki Hagans of Cut-n-Shoot who were arrested after chaining themselves to construction equipment last Saturday, has raised $3,255 dollars of its $5,000 goal. In all 66 people have donated in various amounts ranging from $5 to $250 dollars. When completed, the 42-inch Tran-Pecos Pipeline will transport fracked gas 148 miles from outside Fort Stockton, Texas, and beneath the Rio Grande, to join an expanding network of natural gas infrastructure in Northern Mexico.


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