After 56 days of peacefully protecting Maunakea and holding off the TMT, we have received information from multiple sources that has given us reason to strongly believe that law enforcement action to clear Pu'uhonua o Pu'uhuluhulu and the Maunakea Access Road for TMT construction is imminent. Law enforcement action may begin as early as predawn Monday morning, and the Saddle Road highway may be closed as early as Sunday night, locking it down and blocking kia'i out. TMT will be meeting with State and County officials this Sunday to coordinate their attack on peaceful and nonviolent protectors of Maunakea. We are asking all Kia'i Mauna to come to Pu'uhonua o Pu'uhuluhulu before Sunday evening and to be prepared to stay as long as you can. We need as much people as we can get to stand in Kapu Aloha to protect Maunakea from further desecration through the building of the Thirty Meter Telescope. Kia'i coming to Maunakea should be prepared to camp out at Pu'uhonua o Pu'uhuluhulu and should bring clothing and supplies suitable for cold weather and harsh conditions. Kia'i should also come to the Pu'uhonua with a true commitment to protect Maunakea in Kapu Aloha, peace, nonviolence and respect. Our strong commitment to Kapu Aloha is the foundation of the success of this movement, and our success moving forward relies on it as well.