THIS STORY should start with the background. First look at the photos.
It seems a man is not allowed to carry a shotgun on his own property in PA. This confrontation involved Williams, one of our least favorite operators here in the Barnett Shale. True to form, Williams did not keep their word.
Headley, 53, of Springhill in Fayette County, did not fire on anyone the day he carried the weapon outside to talk to workers, but his confrontation with pipeline company workers has drawn attention. It brought Pennsylvania State Police and the courts down on him and attracted activists, researchers and journalists from across the country to his home.
They are allowed to patrol your property while armed but you can’t.
“I just wanted to patrol my property, to make sure they didn’t cause me any harm that day,” Headley said. “Their security that came out the night before was armed, so I didn’t know what kind of trouble there was going to be the next morning.”
Work was halted when Williams
caused took a leak in a stream. (reader suggested correction)
In another story some protesters blocked construction of a pad site in the Moshannon Forest by sitting in some of the trees designated for removal. Some of the tree sitters have been arrested. They have a way to donate to bail funds.
For a peaceful way to protest, come to DC for the STOP THE FRACK ATTACK rally.