Brave Texas landowner Betty Sue Scott stands up to Keystone XL oil pipeline surveyors: video
"I just feel like TransCanada has lied to me from day one," landowner Betty Sue Scott told the surveyor in a kind but firm tone. "I'm not comfortable with it until this is figured out. I don't want anybody on my property. I appreciate your consideration for that."
After the surveyor asks for her name, she continues:
"The contract I have with TransCanada did not discuss this Northwest corner at all. They said they bought 50 feet of my property. They bullied me into that. They said they had imminent domain, and I either signed or they're taking me to court. Well, I have informed myself, educated myself, that all of that is a lie. If (TransCanada) can't tell the truth about everything, then I don't want them on my property until it's all said and done. You can understand my part of it -- from human to human."
"Oh yeah, no problem," the surveyor agreed, nodding.
"I've fought for 37 years for this place and they don't understand that they're going to rip and tear my whole life."
Another video of a landowner explaining the Keystone XL pipeline's claim on his land, here: