Internal TigerSwan Situation Report 2016-10-10

Jun. 3 2017 — 3:23p.m.



INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND RECIPIENTS The Highlights Protestor tactic modifications in ND were evident as a small cell of at least three people deployed as early as 0500 to chain themselves to equipment at AR 11?. Another large protest convoy involving nearly 10-0 vehicles and 200 people unfolded later in the day at AR 118 where the protestors broke through security wire onto private property and immediately set about constructing a tipi on the ROW. Later in the afternoon, a third event unfolded in spread 9 as a group of 30-40 protestors organized on horseback and rode toward the Ramberg Terminal before being successfully intercepted by LE. "30 protestors were arrested over the course of the day in ND. These serial events especially strain LE personnel resources. There were no protest events on the in IA, but an anti-DAPL rally took place on the University of Iowa campus. The anti-DAPL movement in IA continues to gain momentum on social media. The Details 1. EXECUTIVE SU MARY A. North Dakota i. Intel Update a. The social media cell has harnessed a URL coding technique to discover hidden profiles and groups associated with the protestors. 1. Allows capture offaccess to hidden pages, friends, locations, photos etc. of entire camps instead of searching for individuals. 2. Self-in criminating information can be gathered on protestors to be used at a later date. 3. Allows correlation of aerial photography with pictures taken on the ground despite privacy settings. 4. This technique can also correlate similar persons of interest, dates, and shared events between pro?les. ii. Past 24 Hours a. The US District Court in DC dissolved the temporary restraining order on Sunday, which allowed work to resume within 20 miles of the HDD. b. Three protestors acted as an independent cell early in the morning on Monday at AR 11?. 1. Two protestors attached them selves to equipment and were eventually arrested. 2. Radios were used to communicate with over-watch positions. c. A large group of 90 vehicles and ""200 protestors demonstrated at AR 118. 1. LE called a triple "Code Red? to recall all available of?cers including night and off duty personnel. TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 1

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND RECIPIENTS 2. 2? rioters were arrested, bringing the grand total to 113 arrested. 3. Work was stopped from 0830-1230. 4. Actress Shailene Woodley was among those that were arrested. Her Iivestream video of the ordeal has been viewed more than 3.6 million times so far. d. 30-40 protestors on horseback attempted to ride toward the Ramberg Terminal in the evening. LE reacted quickly and blocked access to the site. e. Joey Mahmoud arrived in Bismarck with Mike Futch. Next 24 Hours a. We anticipate additional escalation by the protestors over the coming days due to the court ruling and increased work activity near the HDD. b. Planning meeting with LE, pipeline construction, security and DAPL for at Mandan Airport Fusion Center. c. Anticipate protestors will continue to refine tactics while resupplyingffortifying their camps. d. Continue to support worksites along ROW and static DAPL sites off the ROW. e. Begin assessment of best methods to secure workers and worksites from HWY 6 to the HDD site. f. Plans and material acquisition to harden the HDD site east of 1806 continue. g. Han doff to continues. B. Iowa i. Intel Update a. It appears anti-DAPL entities are recruiting for more direct action protests. b. Protestors may be changing their typical protest times to later in the evening to utilize the cover of darkness. c. Mississippi Stand started a private "ride share? facebook pageleast 100 members and people are requesting rides from various states. 2. Posts include references to attendance as far out as January. d. The Mississippi Stand Solidarity page is calling for 2? people willing to be arrested to mirror the 2? arrested in ND. e. The Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement held a rally and march in Des Moines, IA. 1. Composed of anti-DAPL entities. 2. Marched to the "Big Banks? that have funded the DAPL project and reportedly closed their personal accounts. f. Indigenous People?s Day at the University Of Iowa IUII TigerSwan 1. A rally on campus that attempted to recruit UI students to the anti-DAPL cause. 2. Protestors state that over 100 people attended. 3. Speakers included the following persons of interest: a- ?fmm ND Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS b. ?the Natiye American Student Association at UI who went to ND last week to recruit people. ii. Past 24 Hours a. No significant direct actions oyer last 24 hours. Next 24 Hours a. Not aware of any scheduled protests. b. Assess anti-DAPL entities will continue to recruit and plan for a large direct action protest on Saturday. C. Illinois i. Intel Update a. Seyeral local law enforcement of?cers providing security on the project report that their support for the project is high and they have not heard anything negatiye in their local communities. ii. Past 24 Hours a. Perimeter fencing is currently being installed on identified locations in Spread 1 and 1A. All locations are being staffed with security personnel in accordance with the approved recommendations. b. News and social media sites were monitored; no impending protest actiyity obseryed. c. Checked the Kaskaskia Riyer security personnel positions were adjusted for better coyerage to the two locations. Met with project Safetymen and? to discuss site plans in the eyent of protest actiyity. d. Inspected the Litch?eld project yard and the Patoka Pump site and met with man agersfleads and discussed security matters. Support is positiye. Next 24 Hours I Not aware of any scheduled protests. D. South Dakota i. Intel Update a. Th ere were no signi?cant reports from the security patrols or construction personnel. ii. Past 24 Hours a. On Point Security con ducted operations across all three spreads with roying patrols focusing on value sites, equipment locations, the pipe yard and sites. They also proyided static security to sites occupied by electricians and the Sioux Falls DAPL of?ce. b. SD PM conducted in brief with eighteen Silyerton Security personnel today.- Silyerton PM, conducted introductions, interviews and personnel assessments so as to best task organize the element. - and -from Silyerton in ND arrived to conduct in-processing, equipment issue and feedback. TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 3

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS We discussed the contract, rental car and hotel accommodation issu es.- assured th at hotel accommodations will be resolyed. c. Spoke with the Miner County Sheriff Klinkhammer and made an appointment to meet with him on Wednesday to discuss security operations and emergency response plans. Next 24 Hours a. The On Point Leadership and their security personnel will conduct left seatfright seat ride operations with Silyerton personnel to familiarize them with operations. Three more Silyerton personnel are expected to arriye and bring the total to 24. 2. PUBLIC RELATIONS A. protest continues despite U.S. Court oprpeals' rejection" Link: DAPL?protest?continues?d espite?U SJCourt?of? B. ?Shailene Woodley arrested while peacefully protesting Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota Link: C. ?As Tensions Rise, Tribes Protesting Pipeline Dig In: ?We?re Staying Link: dakota.html? r20 TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 4

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