As result of the illegal approval of the Dakota Access Pipeline Project,   the following parties suffered various types of injuries to their legal rights, as well as direct injuries resulting thereof:
1. Standing Rock Sioux Tribe – injury to their legally-protected downstream water rights,
2. Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe – injury to their legally-protected downstream water rights,
3. State of North Dakota Taxpayers – $38 million spent to suppress legal protest of an illegally-approved project which violated the fiduciary duty of the U.S. federal government,
4. Water Protectors – various physical and nonphysical personal injuries caused subsequent to legally protesting the illegally-approved pipeline which put both officers and civilians in harm’s way,
5. U.S. Taxpayers – paid $10 million, without consent, to State of North Dakota for the purpose of unlawfully suppressing First Amendment related activity. 
WHEREAS thousands of U.S. Citizens legally protested the illegal construction of DAPL in accordance with the First Amendment, The Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution, and Casus foederis with regard to our nation’s moral obligation to tribes and tribal nations:
THEREFORE we, the undersigned, have assembled the following “List of Reasonable Demands” to provide redress for our various grievances, as follows:
- Remove Dakota Access Pipeline – there is more than one precedent and the necessary statutes to be able to enforce this demand, so we’ve compiled the case to take before the court.
Public Apologies, Exonerations, and Restitution and/or Recompense for All Injured Parties:
- Standing Rock Sioux Tribe – to recover court costs, attorney’s fees, and media expenditures.
- Water Protectors – drop all charges against, and provide restitution restitution to recovery from damages related to cases of unjust enrichment.
- Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe – recover court costs, attorney fees, and media expenditures.
- State of North Dakota Taxpayers – spent $38 million for the purpose of unlawfully suppressing First Amendment related activity.
- U.S. Taxpayers – paid $10 million, without consent, to State of North Dakota for the purpose of unlawfully suppressing First Amendment related activity.
- Implement Improved, Accurate History Textbooks throughout U.S. Schools
- Require Two Semesters for Local Indigenous Language Class in All U.S. School Systems
- Mandatory Camcorders on Government Officials – Citizens have a right to receive footage.
- Teach Jurisprudence and Pro Se Litigation in All U.S. High Schools
- Implement Uniform Court Rules for All Federal Courts and State and Local Courts
- Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Color of Law Crimes
: Reuters, “Federal judge orders more environmental analysis of Dakota pipeline” by Valerie Volcovic: www.reuters.com/article/us-northdakota-pipeline-dapl/federal-judge-orders-more-environmental-analysis-of-dakota-pipeline-idUSKBN19538I
: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, “In Victory for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Court Finds That Approval of Dakota Access Pipeline Violated the Law”: www.standingrock.org/content/victory-standing-rock-sioux-tribe-court-finds-approval-dakota-access-pipeline-violated-law
; 8-15-2017: West Dakota FOX, “Department of Justice awards $10 million to N.D. to reimburse DAPL protest costs” by Bo Evans
: Oppenheim, L., International Law: A Treatise, 8th Ed., Vol. 1, edited by H. Lauterpacht (New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1955), page 963-964: www.duhaime.org/LegalDictionary/C/CasusFoederis.aspx