Internal TigerSwan Situation Report 2017-02-14
Jun. 21 2017 — 3:08p.m.
DAPL SITREP 155 February 14, 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 Rumors of an upcoming LE raid of Camp 2, and continued close-proximity LE Viper team patrols, have increased tensions with the protesters. 11 Protesters, in 3 vehicles, followed a Viper patrol near Camp 2, at a high rate of speed, dismounted and waved their fists in the air while yelling at LE. “Veterans Respond” (VR) is prestaging supplies in camps for upcoming operations. VR continues operating in camps that DS, due to terrain, has limited visibility of. The Details A. NORTH DAKOTA FUSION CENTER ii. Intel Update a. Continued warm weather and thawing is hindering clean-up in Camp 2. iii. Past 24 Hours a. A federal judge denied the temporary restraining order (TRO) requested by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. b. ND House Bill 1203 did not pass. This bill introduced a liability exemption for motor vehicle drivers striking protesters illegally blocking roadways. iv. Next 24 Hours a. NSTR B. IOWA SECURITY ADVISORY ii. TigerSwan Intel Update a. “Mississippi Stand Solidarity Network” and “Indigenous Iowa” sent out an email to their listserv stating they are still attempting to build a camp in IA and are inviting members of Oceti Sakowin to come stay with them as soon as next week. The email does not provide an exact location for the camp, but states funding and logistics are already in place. The likely intent of the camp is to put pressure on the IUB to rule in favor of the eminent domain landowners in addition to relocation from the poor conditions of the camp in ND. 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. Ames residents along with Ames Progressive Alliance hosted an event called “Postcards Against Pipelines.” They claim over 200 postcards were written to be sent to the ACOE to represent their opposition to the pipeline. c. Native American groups in the Quad cities hosted a NODAPL fair and fundraiser. Primary group was “Sage Sisters of Solidarity”. http://whotv.com/2017/02/12/residents-oppose-pipelineconstruction-at-we-will-resist-action-fair-in-quad-cities/ d. Bold Iowa Protesters have a statewide direct action planned for 22 February, 2017. https://www.facebook.com/events/1819524311647044/ iii. Past 24 Hours a. Scheduled meetings this week with Law Enforcement agencies in regards to the state-wide day of direct action in Iowa iv. Next 24 Hours a. Assess the Cambridge Pump Station and valve sites as needed. b. Meet with Story County Sheriff’s Office and Iowa State Police about the planned 22 Feb activities. C. ILLINOIS FUSION CENTER ii. Intel Update a. Activists are planning an upcoming protest in Carbondale, IL located three hours south of Springfield, IL. www.facebook.com/pages/Carbondale-Town-SquarePavilion/123510214367846 Past 24 Hours a. Conducted pipeline infrastructure security inspections iii. Next 24 Hours a. Conducting pipeline infrastructure security inspections and liaison meeting with local law enforcement. TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 2