May 31, 2011
Dear Prime Minister Harper:
Did Trudeau use CSIS Entrust to double cross FBI Mumbai CSI?
Abel Danger believes the late Pierre Elliott Trudeau and his alleged love child Crown Agents Sister Lena Trudeau, procured the Entrust public key infrastructure and patented Onion Router encryption devices which allegedly allowed CSIS agents to monitor and double cross the FBI in Chicago crime scene investigations ('CSI') associated with the Mumbai Massacre.
Tahawwur Rana Trial - Mumbai Attack - CSIS Ottawa, Trudeau Washington and Bombardier Nokia Matrix 5 - Virtual Deception - ISI Taking The Rap
Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks
Abel Danger Update: TOR/Onion Router - Public Key Infrastructure Networks - US Patent No. 6266704 - Devoloped by US Navy
“[We make a spoliation inference to deduce that CSIS agents have been using Entrust PKI and Onion Router devices procured by Lena Trudeau to monitor and double cross FBI crime scene investigators in Chicago] Canadian citizen Rana's trial called 'game changer' Submitted by admin3 on 23 May 2011 - 10:42am Crime/Terrorism By IANS, Toronto: With the trial of Canadian citizen Tahawwur Hussain Rana for his alleged role in the Mumbai attacks beginning in Chicago Monday, Canadian intelligence agencies will pay close attention to the proceedings as a guilty verdict would have huge implications for the country. Rana came to Canada in 1997 after serving as a medical assistant in the Pakistani army and became a Canadian citizen in 2001 before he set up First World Immigration [as a CSIS double agent] in Chicago. A father of two, he maintains his family home in the Canadian capital Ottawa. Canadian analysts say the trial could become a global 'game changer' if it establishes links of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) with the Lashkar-e-Taiba terror outfit at a time when the US suspects the ISI of sheltering Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden who was killed earlier this month. "We can only hope our Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) is paying attention. If not, they'd better book a seat in the courtroom. This is ramping up to be an international game changer," warned the daily Toronto Sun in an editorial. The paper said: "What US officials want to know, as should CSIS, is whether factions of Pakistan's spy agency, overtly suspected of harbouring Osama bin Laden for a decade, had any role in Rana's alleged operation." If the potential evidence against Rana turns out to be true, his trial could end up destroying whatever remains in the fragile relationship between the US and Pakistan, it said. The paper said Rana "is no small catch. The situation is so delicate, in fact, that potential jurors this week were given a questionnaire by the court consisting of 60 questions, mostly about their views on Islam". Since his trial begins close on the heels of Osama's killing by US special forces in Pakistan May 2, the paper said "the plot could not be any thicker. Nor the trial more timely". Rana is accused of helping his former high school friend David Coleman Headley to undertake scouting missions to plot the Mumbai attacks and serving as a conduit for Lashkar-e-Taiba to pass its messages [via Entrust and Onion Router] to Headley. Headley, who in a plea bargain last year pleaded guilty to plotting the Mumbai carnage to avoid the death penalty, will testify against Rana. Rana is one of the many Canadian Muslims arrested after 9/11, including those found guilty in the Toronto-18 terror plot.”
Let us know if you or your government’s counter-intelligence experts (?) don’t know what we are talking about.