TransCanada representatives showed up at the tribal office in Eagle Butte to talk up the Keystone XL pipeline, which will cross the Cheyenne River just outside the southwest corner of the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation. They had a closed-door meeting with tribal chairman Kevin Keckler. After that meeting, Cheyenne River Sioux Councilwoman Robin LeBeau caught TransCanada's hired men and offered the response we all ought to give to TransCanada: take a hike.
Councilwoman LeBeau understands that TransCanada is just another bunch of wasicus looking to rape and steal and take her people's land. And in TransCanada's eyes, we are all Indians.
Here's the second part of LeBeau's conversation with TransCanada's men, in which she gets to know these fellas, who say they are from Sioux City and Oklahoma. The reps note that the tribal chairman says he opposes the pipeline but welcomes TransCanada to send folks to talk: