“She’s dealing with a life-changing injury. And psychologically that’s very difficult. The year anniversary comes up, it’s very disturbing.”
The young Jewish woman whose arm was nearly torn off by a grenade at the protests against a natural gas pipeline at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation is back home this week, preparing for more surgeries.
Wayne Wilansky, the father of injured Jewish protester Sophia Wilansky, struggled to speak through his tears at a press conference.
A police concussion grenade tore off much of the arm of a 21-year-old Jewish woman at the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, activists say.