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Update: Biometrics and ePassports, French Conglomerate SAFRAN and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
In a Hawks CAFE update dated June 17, 2009, it was alleged that Canadian Privy Councilor David Emerson sold e-passports and Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS) to help ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) bankers and other insiders charge carrier debts off against insurance claims for crashes where autopilots are bypassed or disengaged so an aircraft potentially self-destructs under alternate law (Colgan Air 3407, Air France 447).
"The Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (or TCAS) is an aircraft collision avoidance system designed to reduce the incidence of mid-air collisions between aircraft. It monitors the airspace around an aircraft for other aircraft equipped with a corresponding active transponder, independent of air traffic control, and warns pilots of the presence of other transponder-equipped aircraft which may present a threat of mid-air collision (MAC). It is an implementation of the Airborne Collision Avoidance System mandated by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to be fitted to all aircraft with MTOM (maximum take-off mass) over 5700 kg (12,586 lbs) or authorised to carry more than 19 passengers."
Hawks Cafe, Captain Sherlock and Abel Danger investigators have evidence posted on June 19, 2009, that at the time, Canada's former Member of Parliament David Emerson's fellow Canadian privy councilor Maurice Strong – a former pass officer in the UN Security Section's Identification Unit – went to Kenya in the early 1950s to set up the ICAO passport system which now may provide a racketeering backdoor into aircraft flown by distressed debtors. The result of this push for ICAO e-passports will not be able to avoid cloning and other criminal abuses. Can a scenario be imagined in which there is a 'high value target' traveling on an e-Passport, flying on an international flight with an airline company with distressed debt – and the aircraft crashes, resulting in insurance payouts on catastrophe bonds and life insurance? How much easier would it be to track that flyer/traveler ('high-value target') with an e-Passport where all biometric information about that person is known?
"Within the next year, travelers from dozens of nations may be carrying a new form of passport in response to a mandate by the United States government .. e-passport .. deployment of two new technologies: Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) and biometrics .. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a body run by the United Nations with a mandate for setting international passport standards. The ICAO guidelines, detailed in ICAO Document 9303, call for incorporation of RFID chips, microchips capable of storing data and transmitting it in a wireless manner, into passports. (In this paper we refer to the ICAO guidelines as a `standard.') .. Skimming and cloning: Baseline ICAO regulations require digital signatures on e-passport data. In principle, such signatures allow the reader to verify that the data came from the correct passport-issuing authority. Digital signatures do not, however, bind the data to a particular passport or chip, so they offer no defense against passport cloning."
"[Maurice Strong] Went to New York in 1947 to take a job as assistant pass officer in the Identification Unit of the Security Section. He lived with Noah Monod, then treasurer of the United Nations. In 1947, at the age of only 18, he is listed as a member of the Secretariat of the United Nations in New York. Here, he (supposedly) first met David Rockefeller and learned that the UN's funds were handled by Rockefeller's Chase Bank [in a family trust administered through the Sidley Austin law firm]."
The following is an elaboration on recent events concerning the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) located in Canada, which falls under the United Nations umbrella as a 'special agency'; a large French defense, aerospace and security conglomerate called SAFRAN; e-passports; driver's licenses and advances in biometric technology.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), (in French: Organisation de l'aviation civile internationale OACI), is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It codifies the principles and techniques of international air navigation and fosters the planning and development of international air transport to ensure safe and orderly growth. Its headquarters are located in the Quartier International of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which falls under UN jurisdiction, was established in 1947 in Canada. It is alleged that Maurice Strong was instrumental in establishing the ICAO. The following is an example of only one of many United Nations organizations that Maurice Strong was involved in setting up:
"That 'world forum' was authorized in 1972 by UN Resolution 2997 (XXVII) as the UN Conference on the Human Environment. Maurice Strong was designated Secretary-General of the Conference which, among other things, recommended the creation of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), which came into being January 1, 1973, with Maurice Strong as its first Executive Director. The Conference held in Stockholm produced 26 principles and 109 specific recommendations which parroted much of the language in the COR publications. The difference is, of course, that the Conference Report carries the weight of the United Nations and has profound policy implications for the entire world."
Based on the economic forensic investigations of Hawks Cafe, Captain Sherlock and Abel Danger, ICAO was established by Maurice Strong in 1947, the same year that Maurice Strong went to the United Nations in New York to work.
An introductory video below discusses data collection of biometric information, a huge French conglomerate called SAFRAN, and its participation as a global leader in biometric technology. Has anyone seriously questioned where this technology is eventually going to lead? Where is this massive biometric data stored and what will it eventually be used for? Will it be possible to hack into this technology through Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) as Hawks Cafe, Captain Sherlock and Abel Danger have alleged it was during events related to 9/11 – with David Emerson of Canada selling e-passports to insiders at banks and at the ICAO? The following video presentation on biometric e-passports clearly discusses such abuses.
As you view this video by wearechange.com Oklahoma, be sure to pick up on the relevant facts: the US Government is setting an international standard for driver's licenses; the digital facial image standard adopted is derived from the (ICAO); biometric technology is being misused. Also notice carefully the background behind the speaker, Mr. Raymond Benjamin, at exactly the 6:00 point in the video: a large backdrop with the French Chamber of Commerce in Canada logo on it.
History of passports
The French under the reign of King Louis XIV of France issued what were called "letters of request", which became very popular. The King granted personally signed documents to those in his court whom he favored. The letter was dubbed "passe port", literally meaning "to pass through a port", because most international travel was by sailing ships. Hence the term "passport".
Within 100 years of Louis XIV's reign, almost every country in Europe had set up a system to issue passports. Besides needing passports from their own countries, travelers also had to have visas issued by the countries they wanted to visit, much as we have travel visas today in certain countries. And thus the passport and visa business was launched, from which governments world-wide reap enormous profit. Isn't it fitting that the French conglomerate SAFRAN would follow through on "Sun King" Louis XIV's idea for those he favored, by taking passports and permission to travel to new technological levels of biometric data sophistication, to permanently tag passport and driver's license holders for traveling, buying and selling?
The French are very big players in the global intelligence game, banking and finance; in fact, BNP Paribas S.A. is considered the largest banking group in the world:
"BNP Paribas S.A. is the largest global banking group in the world, headquartered in Paris with its second global headquarters in London. In October 2010 BNP Paribas was ranked by Bloomberg and Forbes as the largest bank and largest company in the world by assets with over $3.1 trillion. It was formed through the merger of Banque Nationale de Paris (BNP) and Paribas in 2000. In April 2009, BNP Paribas purchased a 75 percent stake in Fortis Bank, the Belgian banking business, making BNP the eurozone's largest bank by deposits held."
L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. purchased by French conglomerate SAFRAN
L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. is a large American defense contractor located in Connecticut. It was formed on August 29, 2006, from a merger of Viisage Technology, Inc. and Identix Incorporated. L-1 Identity Solutions specializes in selling face recognition systems, electronic passports such as Fly Clear, and other biometric technology to governments such as those of the United States and Saudi Arabia. It also licenses technology to other companies internationally, including licensing agreements with China.
On July 26th 2011, the giant French defense, security and aerospace conglomerate SAFRAN (NYSE Euronext Paris: SAF), acquired L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. for a total cash amount of USD 1.09 billion. SAFRAN will make it the biggest provider of high tech personal biometric identification systems in the world contracting with its biggest client: the US Government. So the French corporation SAFRAN will eventually 'own' all biometric data collected on Americans, Canadians and Mexicans through passports and driver's licenses?
Here is a fairly sophisticated corporate promotional video produced by SAFRAN :
Safran Identity reveal
If you hold a passport, the global corporatist agenda is to eventually switch it to a biometric identifier tagged in the new 'e-passport', which will be about the size of a credit card. A passport is essentially permission from corporations (in this case, it certainly seems as if travelers will be obtaining permission from SAFRAN to travel) to go through customs as physical objects – which might go a long way in explaining why there are so many reported cases of mistreatment of the flying public by TSA agents. The first thing that should be obvious is that these corporations are defense contractors collecting biometric data on everyone using their e-passports, and soon their driver's licenses. Doesn't this make you stop and think – if only for a moment? Obtaining passports and driver's licenses (permission to travel) through defense-related corporations?
Now that L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. is part of SAFRAN, what is this large French corporation 'morphing' into? SAFRAN is actually the merger of two French corporations, SAGEM and Snecma:
"SAGEMCOM is a French company, headquartered in Rueil-Malmaison, involved in communication systems and consumer electronics. Formerly a division of SAGEM (Société d’Applications Générales de l’Electricité et de la Mécanique), Sagemcom became, in 2005, a subsidiary of SAFRAN, the high-technology international group formed by the merger of SAGEM and Snecma.
In 2008 the private equity company The Gores Group became the major stakeholder in an LBO [leveraged buy out] and the company name was changed to 'SAGEM Communications', whereas other Business Groups like 'Sagem Mobiles' (later Sagem Wireless, then 'Mobiwire') or Sagem Orga (now Safran Morpho) were not part of this deal."
With these complex mergers and acquisitions, SAFRAN (NYSE Euronext Paris: SAF) has acquired U.S.-based L-1 Identity Solutions, creating the undisputed global leader in biometric identity management solutions. Safran completes acquisition of L-1 Identity Solutions:
"After completing all required approval procedures, Safran announced that it has finalized the acquisition of L-1 Identity Solutions Inc., a leading identity management solutions provider in the United States, for a total cash amount of $1.09 billion ($12 per share), which was originally announced in the press release on September 20, 2010. L-1 will join Safran’s existing security business, operating as Morpho, and will be renamed MorphoTrust. "
The new company (not actually a 'new' company; a merger and acquisition of several French corporations as previously indicated – with a name change only) will be partly managed as a proxy structure, as it is explained thus: "to provide appropriate protection for U.S. national security". As you view the following video, notice how innocuous sounding it is all made to appear to the general public; after all, it's just another corporate merger where you can potentially profit by investing in SAFRAN shares.
The following video contains a brief rundown on what exactly biometric technology can do, although this is more of a 'benign' representation and explanation of this technology. And isn't it fitting in the corporate selling process that great-looking girls are always doing the front PR work for these corporations, as the subconscious mind is making the subtle and perhaps not so subtle connection between sexual attraction and this exciting new technology.
L-1 Identity Solutions 3D Face Reader Solutions
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SAFRAN, Jean-Paul Herteman: "deux à trois ruptures technologiques dans les cinq années qui viennent", (jeudi 30 juin 2011)
Jean-Paul Herteman et Carlos de Icaza lors du lancement de l'année du Mexique en France
This interview of Jean-Paul Herteman is in French at Bourget in 2009
SAFRAN merges with two other French corporations: Snecma and SAGEM
When SAFRAN merged with two other French corporations, Snecma and SAGEM, it became a huge conglomerate involved in defense, aerospace propulsion and equipment, and security. Snecma was a large propulsion and aerospace equipment group; the defense conglomerate SAGEM was involved in defense electronics, consumer electronics and communications systems.
Holding companies – the companies that 'hold' the stocks, bonds and securities on corporations – are specifically structured to keep from public records who the actual 'owners' of the corporations are. Many holding companies are domiciled in offshore locations; these holding companies, in turn, may be held by another layer of holding companies, and also by banks. These represent layers of protection, with the shares being held by banks and possibly other holding companies to reduce financial risk to owners. As a holding company for many subsidiaries, the name SAFRAN was deemed suitable for the suggestion of direction, movement and strategy the corporation will take in the future. (And quite possibly for its ruthless business approach and implied intimidation.)
"Snecma is a major French manufacturer of engines for commercial and military aircraft, and for space vehicles. The name is an acronym for Société Nationale d'Étude et de Construction de Moteurs d'Aviation (in English, "National Company for the Design and Construction of Aviation Engines").
In 2005, the Snecma group, which included Snecma (called Snecma Moteurs at this time), merged with SAGEM to form SAFRAN. Snecma is now a subsidiary of the SAFRAN Group and previous Snecma group subsidiaries have been reorganised within the wider group.
SAGEM (Société d’Applications Générales de l’Électricité et de la Mécanique, translated to Company of General Applications of Electricity and Mechanics) was a major French company involved in defence electronics, consumer electronics and communication systems.
In 2005, Sagem merged with SNECMA to form SAFRAN. Sagem's communications business became SAGEM Communication, a subsidiary of SAFRAN. The company's defence electronics business became Sagem Défense Sécurité."
Mergers and acquisitions certainly do get complex... and then when banks as holding companies are involved, the level of security is intensified while the information available to public inquiry is practically non-existent. This is a look at SAFRAN's corporate website:
SAFRAN Aerospace; Security; Defense; Biometrics
The French defense contractor SAFRAN – revealed in the first video as a security and defense-related conglomerate – is designing, developing and eventually intending to store, via passports and driver's licenses, a very sophisticated biometric database on individuals within the United States, Canada and Mexico, under the NAFTA Agreement signed under President Bill Clinton. The French government owns 40 percent of SAFRAN.
"Within the next year, travelers from dozens of nations may be carrying a new form of passport in response to a mandate by the United States government .. e-passport .. deployment of two new technologies: Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) and biometrics...International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a body run by the United Nations with a mandate for setting international passport standards. The ICAO guidelines, detailed in ICAO Document 9303, call for incorporation of RFID chips, microchips capable of storing data and transmitting it in a wireless manner, into passports. [But the word 'biometrics' is not present in any of their literature; and the French firm SAFRAN, coming in under the radar to dominate this market through complex holding companies, will now be in a position to profit enormously in this transition to e-passports and driver's licenses. It's the banks that are the holding companies will now be in a position to profit enormously in this transition to e-passports and drivers licenses. It's the banks that are the holding companies.] (In this paper we refer to the ICAO guidelines as a `standard.') [This standard was discussed in the wearechange.com video - the first one in this blog post] .. Skimming and cloning: Baseline ICAO regulations require digital signatures on e-passport data. In principle, such signatures allow the reader to verify that the data came from the correct passport-issuing authority. Digital signatures do not, however, bind the data to a particular passport or chip, so they offer no defense against passport cloning."
The largest banking group in the world
Before we continue, one thing not to be overlooked is that a large portion of the United Nations' funds is handled by Rockefeller's Chase Manhattan Bank (now JPMorgan Chase & Co.). They're having a lavish corporate banking party; and as George Carlin said: "It's a big club – and you ain't in it." (But you are paying for their pleasure.) What bank holds the shares of SAFRAN?
The largest banking conglomerate in the world, or what is referred to as a 'banking group', is the French bank BNP Paribas S.A. BNP Paribas S.A. is headquartered in Paris; its second global headquarters is in London. The level of cooperation among political parties in different countries, multinational corporations and banks – and the 'special relations' and access to the UN that some banks have – is hardly surprising. Just recently, the French and British corporate-financed governments, through France's President Nicolas Sarkozy and Britain's PM David Cameron, signed an historic 50-year joint military agreement. (In July 2007, the Rothschild banking dynasty had announced a deal to unify the shareholdings of the English and French branches of the family: this is hardly coincidental.)
The joint French-British military agreement takes on perhaps a more technologically sophisticated dimension when it is understood that in September 2010, the world's largest weapons manufacturer, BAE Systems, was involved in this purchase of L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. This wasn't a buyout of L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. by only SAFRAN: it was a three-way business deal, with two of the world's largest weapons manufacturers now controlling biometric data for ePassports and driver's licenses.
Safran and BAE Systems to Buy L-1 Identity Solutions
By Melly Alazraki Posted
French state-controlled Safran, which sells anything from jet engines to drones to guidance systems, said Monday it is buying Connecticut-based security firm L-1 Identity Solutions (ID) for $1.09 billion in cash, or $12 per share -- a 24% premium over the shares Friday's close of $9.70. ID shares soared over 21% in premarket trading.
This is actually a three-way deal with U.K-based BAE Systems -- another global defense, security and aerospace company -- buying L-1's government security consulting services for nearly $296 million. Safran, whose core businesses are in aerospace, defense and security, is acquiring L-1's biometric business.
The deal, which has been approved by Safran and L-1 boards, will result in significant operating synergies of around $30 million, Safran said, which will be realized within 18 months of closing the deal. L-1 said the BAE Systems transaction, which is subject to certain U.S. regulatory approvals, is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2010. It expects the deal with Safran to close by the first quarter 2011.
The Safran acquisition is subject to the closing of the BAE Systems transaction first, L-1 stockholder approval, review by the U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and certain other conditions, including Hart-Scott-Rodino antitrust review. But Safran believes it will pass regulatory muster as it already has dealings with General Electric (GE), Boeing (BA), Lockheed Martin (LM), other U.S. companies, as well as notable U.S. government agencies, including the U.S. Armed Forces and the FBI.
"Safran intends to operate L-1 as part of its existing security business, Morpho, in accordance with U.S. national security regulation, to create an industry-leading provider of solutions for high-tech homeland security," Safran said in a statement.
"I have a deep respect for L-1's business and its contribution to the security industry," Safran CEO Jean-Paul Herteman said. "[W]e are looking forward to working with them to bring L-1 and Morpho together. This will allow us to grow L-1's business, while expanding the reach of L-1's services to other key territories around the world."
President and CEO of L-1 Robert LaPenta added, "Safran will provide a strong global reach and a more comprehensive portfolio of solutions and services in order to leverage the industry's best set of collective experience and solutions."
L-1, which put itself up for sale in January and was courted by several companies, sells face-recognition, iris, finger print and other biometric products to government agencies and to financial institutions. The use of biometrics has increased and moved also to mobile applications. As defense budgets were cut, large companies looked for ways to expand, and the the market for smaller defense firms offering more specialized solutions has heated up.
In October 2010 BNP Paribas was ranked by Bloomberg and Forbes as the largest bank and largest company in the world by assets with over $3.1 trillion. It was formed through the merger of Banque Nationale de Paris (BNP) and Paribas in 2000. In April 2009, BNP Paribas purchased a 75 percent stake in Fortis Bank, the Belgian banking business making BNP the eurozone's largest bank by deposits held."
And BNP Paribas S.A. manages all registered shares for the French conglomerate SAFRAN. 'Registered shares?' Does this then mean there are 'unregistered' shares as well?
3. Who manages these registered shares for SAFRAN?One of the more fascinating aspects of studying economic forensics is that controlling interests and financial links can be investigated with stunning accuracy; but it takes enormous effort. So, on a hunch to determine whether or not there is a controlling family – or at least some influence – behind BNP Paribas S.A., it was discovered that the French line of the Rothschild banking interests have an interest in BNP Paribas S.A. The French House of Rothschild, which was most recently headed by the Baron Edmond de Rothschild, was the most powerful private merchant banking arm and the richest of all the Rothschilds; it ran Compagnie Financière, a worldwide organization which builds villas, hotels, pipelines, and finances other banks. Rothschild Frères, run by cousin Baron Guy Edouard de Rothschild, was the largest private bank in France. The French Rothschild-owned Compagnie Financière is a large part of the 'largest banking group in the world', BNP Paribas S.A. Again, holding companies make it difficult to know who actually owns these banks and related corporations. It kind of looks like the French House of Rothschild, the most powerful line of the Rothschild family, through its financial structure and elaborate maze of holding companies, will be cashing in on biometric ePassports through its ownership of the shares held by BNP Paribas of the French conglomerate SAFRAN – standardized by the 'special agency' of the bankers-owned United Nations, the ICAO, under corporate law enforced by governments.
BNP Paribas Securities Services manages these shares on behalf of the company Safran. For any questions you can call a dedicated team on 0826 100 374 (France only), Monday through Friday from 8.45 a.m. to 6 p.m. or write to the following address:
BNP PARIBAS Securities Services
Grands Moulins de Pantin
9 rue du Débarcadère
93761 PANTIN CEDEX
If French is your language, this PDF file explains the relationship between BNP Paribas S.A. and Compagnie Financière:
BNP Paribas and Compagnie Financière
BNP Paribas recrute Sophie Javary chez Rothschild
Par Amélie Laurin le 04/01/2011
Selon des témoignages concordants recueillis par L'Agefi,
Sophie Javary rejoindra début février l’équipe de coverage (couverture clients) européen de Thierry Varène chez BNP Paribas. [according to consistent testimonies collected by the agefi, Sophie Javary Rothschild joining early February the team of coverage (coverage customers) European thierry Varene among BNP Paribas] Jusqu’à présent coresponsable du conseil en financement et restructuration à l’échelle européenne chez Rothschild, elle a annoncé son départ en interne en fin de semaine dernière. Associée-gérante depuis 2002, elle avait rejoint la banque de David de Rothschild en 1994 [Sophie Javary Rothschild had joined the bank of David de Rothschild in 1994] après 13 années d’expérience chez Bank of America, Indosuez et Barings Brothers. De 2000 à 2007, Sophie Javary était responsable de la coentreprise ABN Amro Rothschild où elle a notamment mené les introductions en Bourse d’ EDF et PagesJaunes. [Sophie Javary Rothschild was responsible for the joint venture ABN Amro Rothschild or in particular, she leads the introductions on the Stock Exchange of EDF and Yellowpages] Depuis la dissolution de cette joint-venture, elle codirigeait l’activité de restructuration avec Vincent Danjoux, François Wat ayant pris les rênes du primaire actions. De l’avis de plusieurs bons connaisseurs de la maison, il n’y avait pas de place pour les trois associés-gérants.
The coming ePassports which will be required by corporate 'law' (private international law)
So, getting back to e-passports, what we will eventually be required to have under corporate 'law', will be biometric loaded data on ePassports managed by the French corporation SAFRAN, working through the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Authority) coming through the United Nations with shares of SAFRAN being handled by the largest bank group in the world BNP Paribis S.A. The day is coming when it will be like asking the huge defense conglomerate SAFRAN and the French bank BNP Paribis S.A. for permission to fly with one of their corporate issued biometric ePassports to travel internationally on. The following is the best description of what exactly an ePassport is and how it works:
"A biometric passport, also known as an e-passport or ePassport, is a combined paper and electronic passport that contains biometric information that can be used to authenticate the identity of travelers. It uses contactless smart card technology, including a microprocessor chip (computer chip) and antenna (for both power to the chip and communication) embedded in the front or back cover, or center page, of the passport."
International Civil Aviation Organisation's (ICAO) Doc 9303 indicates the passport's critical information is both printed on the data page of the passport and stored in the chip. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is used to authenticate the data stored electronically in the passport chip making it expensive and difficult to forge when all security mechanisms are fully and correctly implemented. Although it may be advertised as being 'difficult to forge', it has been demonstrated that when there exists criminal insiders, as was the case with the alleged e-passports and Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS) assisting the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Association) connected bankers and other insiders charge carrier debts off against insurance claims for aircraft crashes where autopilots were bypassed or disengaged so that an aircraft, as in the case of Colgan Air 3407 and Air France 447, self-destruct.
The following United Nations entities are classified here as primarily focused on regulating some specific actions within the international political system:
"The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reporting to Security Council; UN Drug Control Programme (UNDCP) responsible to UNODC; EcoSoc Commission on Narcotic Drugs; World Trade Organization (WTO, autonomous); and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), International Maritime Organization (IMO), International Monetary Fund (IMF), International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Universal Postal Union (UPU), World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) all of which are autonomous “specialized agencies.” Other organizations are classified as Administration (14), Human Rights and Criminal Justice (8), and Miscellaneous (3).The total number of entities specified in these endnotes and the main text do not total the same numbers because some labels are generic rather than discrete; Ibid."
Further reading on related abuses of e-Passports:
'Non-Barking Dogs' - Spoliated Evidence - e-Passport Fraud - SOS Children’s Villages (Pedophile Brothels) - al-Qaeda built with the help of extortion
Con Air 9/11 - ePassport Traka Devices - Equipping City & Guilds'
'ghost' actors - Khalid Sheikh Mohammed with ePassport Traka device