Internal TigerSwan Situation Report 2017-02-04
Jun. 21 2017 — 3:10p.m.
DAPL SITREP 145 February 4, 2017 John Porter Chief Security 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 DAPL operations continued without disruption. Protestors continue to reinforce defensive measures surrounding Camp 2 in anticipation of LE eviction. An event occurred last night, when a DAPL worker staying at the Super 8 Hotel had protestors kicking his room door. Nobody was injured and no arrests were made. DAPL CSO John Porter reiterated 24/7 use of Guardian Angel and immediate notification of 911 in case of emergency. Minor incidents continue, including green lasers being aimed at LE and DAPLSEC Aircraft, with little measurable impact. Sporadic nationwide protests, coupling and further diluting various causes, continue to take place this weekend. The Details 1. NORTH DAKOTA FUSION CENTER ii. Intel Update a. Due to the easement being granted, HDD operations could commence within 72 hours. Based on security plan it is unlikely for current opposition to disrupt DAPL operations. This inability to affect HDD site may be redirected in actions targeting DAPL employees and resident in the greater Bismarck area. b. Chase Iron Eyes and other protesters arrested on 01 February posted bond today and were released. c. SIGINT and OSINT show protesters preparing for LE to forcibly evict them. In anticipation protesters built a barricade, leading to Camp 2’s northern gate, consisting of a cattle gate and “burnable materials”. iii. Past 24 Hours a. Protestors at Camp 2 continued building new structures, reinforced defensive positions, and shut down ingress/egress routes, in anticipation of eviction. LE conducted presence patrols in the Cannonball area, making use of all available assets, without incident. iv. Next 24 Hours a. Continue developing base defense plans. b. Continue improving Random Security Measures (RAM) at HDD sites. 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 2. IOWA SECURITY ADVISORY ii. Intel Update a. City staffers in Iowa City this week opened applications for a new Climate Action Steering Committee. Significant because someone from Bold Iowa or an associated NODAPL group will likely seek a spot on the 5-person committee. • http://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/government/iowa-citylooking-for-climate-action-steering-committee-members-20170202 iii. Past 24 Hours a. Continued to proceed with ETP legal team’s requests. iv. Next 24 Hours a. Continue to proceed with ETP legal team’s requests. 3. ILLINOIS FUSION CENTER ii. Intel Update a. Illinois activists are calling into question the motives of BIA and Standing Rock Tribe due to their direct or tangential involvement in the arrests of 1-2 Feb 2017. Protestor perception is of SRST no longer appearing engaged in the fight to protect water. A focal point of this issue is found in the below blog: • www.blogtalkradio.com/wbnslope/2017/02/04/where-does-standingrock-stand-the-lessons-of-sitting-bull-with-unity-the-goal b. Local activists have called for an emergency protest in Chicago for Saturday: • www.facebook.com/events/249557168825346/ iii. Past 24 Hours a. Continued to assess the security of key infrastructure north of the I-72 corridor iv. Next 24 Hours a. Traveling to, and conducting observation and photographic documentation of, Chicago protest. TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 2