From the FOIA requests:
There is growing concern about the relationship between Dave Archambault II's sister, Jodi Gillette, and the Obama Administration. Mr. Archambault is the chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (SRST) and a critic of the project. Ms. Gillette is a former senior advisor to the President and Secretary of the Interior, and is currently a lobbyist on behalf of the Standing Rock Sioux with Sonosky, Chambers, Chambers, Endreson & Perry, LLP. We seek to ensure that Mr. Archambault and Ms. Gillette haven't wielded improper influence over the Administration's policies that have resulted in delays in the completion of the Dakota Access Pipeline project.
I request access to and copies of all records since February 1, 2016, related in any way to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) and Jodi Gillette. This request includes, but is not limited to, all emails, other correspondence, correspondence logs, records of meetings, records of appointments and visitor logs.
CFIF sent the FOIA requests to the Departments of Interior, Justice and Energy, as well as the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Army Corps of Engineers.
"Due to the scope of the project and the consequences of the Administration's decision, we are currently reviewing other potential FOIA requests on the matter," Mr. Lee added.
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SOURCE Center for Individual Freedom