Internal TigerSwan Situation Report 2017-02-28

Jun. 21 2017 — 3:06p.m.



INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS The Highlights Camp (4) is almost completely vacated, BIA is in the camp and flushing out the remaining protestors. No word on the bridge opening up anytime soon. . The Details 1. NORTH DAKOTA FUSION CENTER ii. iii. iv. TigerSwan Intel Update a. Protesters in the Standing Rock, ND area are dwindling in population. Through social media posts, it is evident most have squandered their financial backing and attempting to relocate to other camps throughout the country or return to their respective home of records. The few remaining in ND are focused on spreading propaganda to maintain their established social media followings and attempt to solicit more funds from likeminded individuals. b. Social media indicates there is a large following of protesters from ND planning to relocate in Iowa, with a much smaller number scouting locations for new camps in ND and/or SD. It is unlikely there will be another gathering of protesters as large as Standing Rock at its peak in the country, however violent confrontations with law enforcement could trigger a drastic increase of support given the societal climate towards law enforcement. c. The Morton County Agriculture Department is circulating the following estimate to landowners and residents in vicinity of the Sacred Stone Camps: 544 households were affected by the protest with an estimated $15,000 to $20,000 in individual damages, 23 livestock were killed or missing and 34 were injured. The department also said that they spent 200 man hours dealing with pest infested firewood brought by protesters and 700 hours working on "protestrelated activities”. Past 24 Hours a. DAPL Security chased off (2) females taking pictures of AR 127. b. Assisted and provided support to Law enforcement with the on-going security of Camp 2. c. Continued monitoring of protester activity in the remaining camps and the migration of those leaving the Standing Rock, ND area through social media posts. d. Morton County Agriculture Department released an estimate of damages created by protesters. Next 24 Hours Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 1

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS a. Continued monitoring of Open Source information, ISR feeds, and other sources of information to provide accurate assessments of protester activities which may impact DAPL operations, specifically threats of sabotage to equipment or valve sites. b. Monitoring social media and other sources of information to determine protester migration 2. IOWA SECURITY ADVISORY ii. iii. TigerSwan Intel Update a. The Earth Mother Community Education Camp in Iowa name has been changed to “Little Creek” camp. Christine Nobiss did not want the camp to become public so soon, but has accepted the revelation as a positive reason. Christine also seemed to sway Indigenous Iowa group away from direct association with Little Creek. b. The reason several key protestor and leadership members were collocated in Grinnell IA, was due to a “workshop” for alt-left ecoterrorism/activism training. c. Christine Nobiss described Little Creek camp’s motive to serve as a Think Tank/Actions/Resistance Camp. Christine also described the Iowa camp as a R&R spot for protestors traveling to and from Energy Project protests across the country. d. Cedric Goodhouse and Family were the guest of honors to start the ceremonial fire at the Iowa camp inauguration. The Iowa camp was ONCE AGAIN described as a healing camp for those with alleged PTSD triggered from their experiences from DAPL protests. e. In order to be allowed into camp, waivers must be signed for legality purposes due to private land. No weapons, no drugs, expectations of mandatory communal work are required by the people staying there. f. JD Goodhouse identified as “director” of Camp Little Creek. g. An official Facebook page for the camp with the Chain of Command and structure has been created. h. /videos/vb.1351866827/1021293992 1196731/?type=3 Past 24 Hours a. Continued to track the indigenous camp and major protester personalities in Williamsburg and Grinnell, IA b. Spoke to an asset who informed ISAT (Iowa Security Advisory Team) that he had spoken to a female with an unused house on three acres in the Williamsburg, IA area and offered it for use to the ISAT when required. The house has been vacant for some time, and we will do a reconnaissance of the structure to deem its worthiness. c. ISAT briefed the DAPL HQs in Urbandale, IA of the new camp in Williamsburg, IA. Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 2

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS iv. Next 24 Hours a. Continue to plan and prep for reconnaissance of the Meskawki Reservation/Casino IVO Tama, Iowa b. Track the progress of the camp in Iowa County, continue to work with local law enforcement in regards to the camp 3. ILLINOIS FUSION CENTER ii. iii. iv. TigerSwan Intel Update a. Illinois activists are applying lessons learned from the DAPL approval process and are conducting training on intervening earlier in the approval process rather being reactive after the pipeline approval process has been completed. This training will be conducted in Rockford Illinois 28 Feb 2017. b. c. A protest scheduled for 25 March 2017 has been recently cancelled. There was no reason given for the cancelation. Other Illinois protests have been cancelled due to the lack of Native American participation and the organizers being Angelo. tab=discussion d. Tawasi remains in North Dakota with no published timeline for his departure to Patoka nor who will be accompanying him for his intended actions at the Patoka Pump station Past 24 Hours a. Conduct open source monitoring of activist groups b. Distributed information on POI (Person Of Interest) Tawasi to security personnel and Marion County Sheriff c. Conducted operational checks on portable surveillance for use at Patoka Pipe Yard Next 24 Hours a. Conduct open source monitoring of activist groups b. Install electronic surveillance equipment at Patoka Pipe Yard Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 3

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