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Internal TigerSwan Situation Report 2016-11-09

Jun. 3 2017 — 3:23p.m.

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1? Ti gerSWan Salmons to Uncertainty? DAPL SITREP 057 u? November 9, 2016 John Porter ENERGY TRANSFE ChiefSeeurity Officer INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE. DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS.

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS The Highlights An element of the Black Panther Party from Chicago is active within the camps in ND. A member of that delegation led 30-40 activists in a hand-to-hand combat training in Camp 2. There were no significant protest activities or work stoppages reported in the past 24hrs. The Details 1. EXECUTIVE UM MARY A. North Dakota i. lntelUpdate a. is present in the camps. was a member ofthe Black Panther Party who was killed by Chicago police in 1969. b. 30 to ?10 protesters are participating in conditioning and hand-to-hand combat training in Camp 2. An unknown member of Black Panther Party Cubs instructed the group. ii. Past 24 Hours a. Protestors did not interrupt pipeline construction, but they continued to probe the north bridge on 1806. b. Hescos along to the south side of the pullback pipe are ?lled. Workers began emplacing wire on top of these hescos. c. Continued to reinforce the HDD site and the perimeter of the Meyer Property. Workers dug a three-foot trench around the HDD site and attached razor panels to gate 3. d. A protester attempted to get permission from a landowner to protest across from the Mandan mat yard. The landowner did not giye them permission. His sons are armed and protecting the property. He reported protestors were carrying PVC pipes like the type used for equipment lockdowns. Next 24 Hours a. B. Iowa TigerSw an Tensions will remain high as DAPL workers continue efforts on the ROW near the HDD site. Maintain static security efforts around Fortress Forward. Continue to reinforce Fortress Forward and the perimeter of the Meyer property. Parallel planning will continue with law enforcement to secure the HDD. The bridge on HWY 1806 north ofthe camps will remain closed per law enforcement. Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 1

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND RECIPIENTS Intel Update a. Update from South Skunk river HDD arrests: two bonded out from jail, the other chose to not post bail. b. Mississippi Stand leader Alex Cohen geotagged in Malcolm, IA suggesting his band of activists traveled north along the pipeline from the South Skunk River HDD. Their next logical stop would be at active work sites such as the Indian Creek HDD or the DSM River HDD. c. MS protesters were spotted at Oskaloosa Walmart and at the Diamond Lake Camp Ground in Montezuma, IA. It appears that MS is now a completely mobile entity and that they will be using public campgrounds between DAs. d. MS raised over $250 for their legal fund following DA at the South Skunk River HDD, confirming their tactic of utilizing action to gain ?nancial support. e. The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska will host a "Protest the Earth Summit? at the Winn a?v'egas Casino Resort Convention Center in Sloan, IA on 9 NOV. Speakers will include Winona Laduke {via Skype}, Jane Kleeb (Bold Nebraska}, Ed Fallon {Bold Iowa}. It will be open to farmers, land owners, environmental professionals, and all tribal membership. Past 24 Hours a. Met with the Sheriff in Mahaska County to discuss recent arrests and likely protestor courses of action. The Sheriff was very appreciative of intel that IA Fusion shared concerning Mississippi Stand members, their history, and tactics. b. A vandal removed signs from work sites in Jasper County. Next 24 Hours a. Standby to secure the Des Moines River HDD site during the impending pipe pull {delayed multiple times due to drilling problem C. Illinois Intel Update a. The Trickster Art Gallery in conjunction with Illinois are planning another supply donation event to support Standing Rock activists. Past 24 Hours a. Social media review uncovered links between Black Lives Matter Chicago and anti-DAPL organizations at all four major universities in the area. A protest is planned for 12 NEW in Chicago that will be attended by the same organizations. b. Links were also established between 350.org, Chicago in Solidarity with Standing Rock Chicago and Th oughtWorks. Next 24 Hours a. Will continue social media review to en able early warning of protestor activities in IL. D. South Dakota TigerSw an Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 2

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS i. Intel Update a. Social media posters regularlyr confuse events happening in North Dakota as occurring in South Dakota. This could result in actions in SD bv confused protestors. ii. Past 24 Hours a. - assumed duties as PM in SD as Don Felt moved to ND. b. A crew of electricians from kingsburvr Electric showed up at SD 185 to install equipment at the valve site. The gate was locked so the supervisor cut the lock in order to complete the job. c. An event called "Keep SD Of?cers out of was held in Rapid Citv, SD. 20 people were in attendance to voice concerns. Next 24 Hours a. Will continue to spot check the Red?eld pump station and continue monitoring social media traf?c. b. Securityr personnel will continue escort operations throughout SD. 2. MEDIA UPDATE i. Fine Proposed For Dakota Access; Construction Complete To Lake Dahe? Dil Patch Dispatch bv Amvr 08N0?v'2016 1. Link: for?dakota?accessf 2. Summarv: The Public Service Commission on 02N0'v' determined that a formal complaint against Dakota Access LLC was warranted as the result of the delaved reporting of culturallyr signi?cant findings in the path of the pipeline. Dakota Access found four stone cairns on 120CT but the Public Service Commission was not informed until 2SDCT bv a third party:r inspector. The fine initiallvr imposed was $15,000, the maximum fine that could be imposed was $10,000 per davr for a maximum of $200,000. 3. Analvst Note: While Dakota Access LLC could appeal the ruling bv the Public Service Commission it is more likelyr that Dakota Access will payr the ?ne to remove the issue from the headlines. This will likelvr be picked up bv the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and their supporters to show that DAPL is not transparent and that the State of North Dakota is colluding with the oil companies. ii. "Dakota Access Announces Plan to Drill Under Missouri River Within Weeks? Unicorn Riot bv Unknown 08N0?v'16 1. Link: 2. Summarv: Unicorn Riot reports that Dakota Access will not slow down its pipeline construction operations in response to a suggestion from the Corps of TigerSw an Prepared for En ergvr Tran sfer Partners 3

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS TigerSw an Engineers that they slow their work rate. Unicorn Riot giyes a full report on the progress of the pipeline to include dron footage. Analyst Note: Because the pipeline construction is continuing, it may motiyate the protestors to pursue actions outside of ND and execute more aggressiye direct actions in ND. Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners

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