Articles by Will Parrish on theintercept.com
Red Fawn Fallis’s case sheds light on federal law enforcement’s surveillance of the water protector movement and generations of indigenous activists.
The private security firm TigerSwan worked to build a RICO suit accusing Greenpeace, Earth First, and BankTrack of inciting protests to increase donations.
No other incident during Standing Rock better illustrates the collaboration between police and private security in suppressing the NoDAPL movement.
The FAA’s no-fly zone barred indigenous drone pilots from documenting the NoDAPL struggle, but private security aircraft continued surveillance.
The DAPL security firm swept up dozens of people in its hunt for a few, monitoring private residences and recruiting local employees into its surveillance effort.