The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline being built by Energy Transfer Partners  (ETP) and Sunoco Logistics  (SXL)  was vandalized Tuesday, officials confirmed. A hole was drilled into an unused section of the 30 inch thick pipeline project. 

Protesters spent months rallying against the pipeline which runs through the territory of multiple Native American tribes. 

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