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Internal TigerSwan Situation Report 2016-11-19

Jun. 3 2017 — 3:24p.m.

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TigerSwan 1-: . . Solutlons tn Uncertamty DAPL SITREP 068 - Jothorter ENERGY TRANSFER 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 Protestors in North Dakota formed a 55-vehicle convoy and protested at multiple sites across [Wells Fargo Banks, Federal Court House, and other locations}. In Iowa, Mississippi Stand protestors are disheartened by the felony charges incurred by their member at the most recent direct action. The group may shift to new tactics [such as putting sugar in equipment fuel tanks} to decrease their chances of being arrested. The Details 1. REGIONAL UPDATES A. North Dakota i. Intel Update a. Construction was NOT interrupted by protester activities b. Continued to reinforce east side HDD site a] Triple strand of wire by river is 60% complete b] Wire is complete along the Hescos c. Continued to reinforce west side HDD site a] The trench along Hwy 1806 is complete, 6 feet deep and 5 feet wide b] Wire is being installed on the southern berm by the pullback pipe c} Wire was in stalled along the base of the Hescos around the HDD site and in the trench around the HDD site d. Protesters formed a 55-vehicle convoy and traveled to BismarckIMandan a] Protested at two Wells Fargo Banks, The Federal Court HousefPost Of?ce, Burleigh County Court House, and the Morton County LEC b} 8 protesters were arrested, 1 was charged with multiple felonies ii. Past 24 Hours a. Tensions are at an ALLtime high as DAPL workers continue efforts on the ROW by the HDD sites b. Continue to reinforce HDD sites Parallel planning continues with law enforcement to secure the HDD sites d. Bridge on Hwy 1806 north of the camps will remain closed per law enforcement Next 24 Hours a. ?Defend Bisman? Members continue to counter the protesters in Bismarck! Mandan and update their members and LE of protester locations and activities TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 1

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS B. Iowa i. Intel Update a. Mississippi Stand is disheartened by the felony charges incurred by their members at their most recent direct action howeyer, they continue to promote DA effectiyeness. In any future DAs they will be limited by their legal funds to bail members out ofjail and they will be increasingly limited by the colder weather in Iowa. It is possible they will try new tactics to stop work with less chance of being arrested such as surreptitious equipment sabotage. This would consist of actions like putting sugar in fuel tanks and other "pranks? described in the Earth First! Manual. Bold Iowa has a DA planned for tomorrow and a group of them is planning to go to Standing Rock next week b. Bold Iowa has a DA planned tomorrow a} Post indicates they will be meeting at 1000 near Des Moines b} Historically, they haye training and lunch and then head out for BATs around 1200 c) Additional FB posts indicate they think the only counties with work are Boone IDSM Riyer Site) and Buena Vista County (no kn own work). They haye also preyiou sly been to the Indian Creek HDD site b. John Reyna from ND posts that Red Warrior Camp should join Mississippi Stand a] Posted on Red Warrior Camp FB b} Receiyed 51 ?likes? c) Significant because there are at least some people considering moying the Red Warrior Camp. Howeyer, it is unlikely they will moye because there is no permanent camp for them to stay in IA. c. plans to trayel to Standing Rock next week a} -"Iegal b} Has her own crowdfunding page: - IegaIFfunds {5350} c) - states she will be trayeling up to North Dakota next week to follow up her work for Labor for Standing Rock i. Labor for Standing Rock: d} as a bench warrant out for her. Most likely from her $950 fine from Lee County that she has still not paid. d. also wants to go to Standing Rock but is out on bail Bold Iowa and Iowa CCI group posts they are going to Standing Rock next week a} Heath er Pearson,?, Jessica Fears, Ty Joseph Flute, Sylyana Flute, and Jack Gunnar Schuler f. Iowa Utility Board issues winterization requirements and denies most of farmers? request and Bold Iowa reposts TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS a} "Section should be modified such that construction will be suspended for all heayily saturated areas, rather than being limited to thawing soil." b} Complete report ayailable at: c) Yesterday?s rally and decision coyered by the Des Moines Register i. farmlandz?Qs?IUZIcil?iE?;I d} Significant because the requested change from the IUB may affect construction in IA and it garnered media attention for the protesters g. Alex Cohen repeatedly geo-tagged in Dayton, IA on F3 a] Th ere are public parks in that area, so it is possible they moyed camp to be closer to the DSM Riyer HDD site b} MS members state they are relocating their camp h. Alex Cohen gaye speech at Drake Uniyersity today for their Enyironmental Week. Unknown number of attendees, possibly used as a recruitment effort for MS. i. Temperatures are consistently getting colder in IA and MS has no known winterization plan in place for MS carayan a} Significant because the group is unlikely to last much longer without a winterization plan and the cold weather will likely hinder their DA attempts ii. Past 24 Hours a. Coordinated with the Jasper County Sheriff?s Of?ce on security of the Indian Creek HDD and shared intel b. Conducted Site Assessment for Security on the Indian Creek HDD Next 24 Hours a. Prepare to counter BATs operations at Riyer HDD andfor Indian Creek HDD C. Illinois i. Intel Update a. Multiple eyents are planned in the coming days to raise funds and recruit new actiyists for the anti-DAPL moyement. Well-funded organizations, some 501c are contributing money, resources and proyiding logistical support to The greater Springfield area remains less actiye ii. Past 24 Hours a. Continued link analysis between organization sfPDIs that contribute to anti- DAPL culture. "Day ofAction? data collections and cataloging will continue to be an ongoing effort. Monitored upcoming eyents that are scheduled in TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 3

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND RECIPIENTS greater Chicago area. Specifically, two events in the suburbs of Chicago that are raising funds and collecting winterization supplies to be transported to the front. Large amounts of square footage is being allocated for the amount of supplies that will be collected and then transported along with personnel. Fencing around valve sites is ongoing for Spreads 1 and 1A. Next 24 Hours a. Continue to provide predictors for direct action in the IL AO. Effort to link well- funded organizations and POls continues. All activity within immediate project area will continue to be monitored. Continue the effort to monitor the multiple events being held in the greater Chicago area and advise the front on status of delivery. Analyst will update the current organization?s product material that are under 501c tax exemptions to en able legal to conclude the legality of their activities relating to D. South Dakota i. Intel Update a. No significant intelligence to report ii. Past 24 Hours a. Heavy winter storm impacted South Dakota, dropping over 6? of snow and ice with winds gusting over 50mph. a] Electric work was cancelled within the impacted area due to the storm Next 24 Hours a. TigerSwan Rural roads will continue to have limited access due to the blowing snow overnight. a] On Point personnel possess 4x4 vehicles and will continue to man static positions. b] On Point will continue to escort electricians as they resume work. Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 4

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