Abel Danger Global Operations Director Field McConnell claims that Cameron’s ITV contractor set up a Canada Square betting office where Wells Fargo or Citibank insiders were able to spread the bets on the re-insured collapse of the Twin Towers by hacking Murdoch’s pay-per-view networks with snuff-film images recorded by the Naudet Brothers (Canal+) in New York.
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“It was amazing to me that they were in the right spot at the right time. It seems to me that it was TOO amazing! I wonder if they had a live feed to the president so he could watch his plan unfold. The president did say he saw the first plane hit the tower....just sayin, don't be hatin. .. Frauds, I dont believe them. How calm is the dude in the blue shirt talking about jumpers landing or a lady on fire and ten years on trying to make nore money, what vermin... The roaches.”
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“BBC and FOX [Murdoch] Reports WTC 7 Collapse Before It Happens.wmv” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNsJJYl8VAw David Cameron allegedly set up an ITV feed (wire fraud) to an illegal, spread-bet trading floor in the WTC#7 offices of Schroder Salomon Smith Barney, a subsidiary of Citicorp / Travelers, run out of Canada Square, Canary Wharf, to avoid scrutiny by the SEC on Floors 11, 12 and 13. The building was destroyed along with the SEC evidence collected.
“Huffington Post .. Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation Hit By Fresh Hacking Allegations In Australia Posted: 28/03/2012 17:56 Updated: 28/03/2012 17:56 Rupert Murdoch has been hit by fresh allegations that a firm used by his company News Corporation used hacking in an attempt to bring down rival businesses in Australia. A four year investigation by newspaper the Australian Financial Review alleged that a unit within the media mogul's firm used "hi-tech piracy" to gain advantage over their broadcasting rivals,. The Australian communications minister has called for a police investigation into the matter, while the deputy prime minister Wayne Swan said the allegations were "concerning". The AFR reported that London's Metropolitan Police were working with the Australian federal police on the probe, however at the time publishing Scotland Yard had not confirmed this. The AFR reported: The security group was initially set up in a News Corp subsidiary, News Datacom Systems (later known as NDS), to battle internal fraud and to target piracy against its own pay TV companies.
But documents uncovered by the Financial Review reveal that NDS encouraged and facilitated piracy by hackers not only of its competitors but also of companies, such as Foxtel, for whom NDS provided pay TV smart cards. The documents show NDS sabotaged business rivals, fabricated legal actions and obtained telephone records illegally. The programme claimed that NDS helped Lee Gibling, webmaster of a site called The House of Ill-Compute, gather and distribute codes to access ITV Digital after it was launched as 'ONdigital' in 1998. NDS was an Israeli startup before it was bought by News Corp in 1992. The company was recently sold to Cisco for $5bn, netting Murdoch's corporation a large profit. Its encryption software is now used by a third of all pay-TV companies in the world, and its purchase Cisco's largest acquisition in seven years.”
“Additionally, the OnDigital pay-per-view channels had been encrypted using a system - SECA MediaGuard - which had been subsequently cracked. ITV Digital did not update this system, therefore it was very easy for people to produce and sell counterfeit subscription cards which would give access to all the channels. In 2002, Canal+ accused News Corp of extracting the UserROM code from the MediaGuard cards and leaking it onto the internet. Canal+ brought a lawsuit against News Corporation alleging that they, with the help of NDS, had been working on breaking the MediaGuard smartcards used by Canal+, ITV Digital and other non-Murdoch-owned TV companies throughout Europe. The action was later partially dropped after News Corporation agreed to buy Canal Plus's struggling Italian operation Telepiu.”
“Canal+ filed a lawsuit against NDS Group plc., alleging the News Corp. unit hacked its site and took its digital TV Smart Card code, which it then handed to a Web site used by counterfeiters. NDS called the claim "outrageous and baseless," and says it has not been served with the complaint. It claims it will file a counter-suit after a review. It also says Canal+ approached it in December about a merger and was using the lawsuit as leverage in negotiations. Canal+ makes security systems that let pay TV operators control access to their broadcast signals. The company says that, until now, no one has cracked its systems or counterfeited its code. Part of Canal+'s system is a smart card, which, when inserted into a set-top box, deciphers access messages and provides the deciphering keys needed by the set-top box to descramble the broadcast stream, the company says. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District court of California by Canal+ Group and its subsidiaries, says Canal's smart card code turned up on a Web site, DR7.com, in March 1999, leading to counterfeit cards emerging in the market.”
“JULES NAUDET'S FIRST PLANE SHOT WAS STAGED A Clue to the Truth about 9/11? … And where, come to that, are the brothers themselves — Jules Clément Naudet (allegedly born Paris, 26 April 1973) and Thomas Gédéon Naudet (allegedly born Paris, 27 March 1970) — and what are they doing these days? Is their "Seamus" project ever going to become their third film, six years after their last one and twelve years after graduating from New York University film school in 1995? What have they been living on since then? Barring expenses, the proceeds from "9/11" were meant to go to the UFA Scholarship Fund: how much has been raised so far? Why such a low profile when they should be American, if not international, celebrities? Was their first film made solely to establish a fake career for themselves as film-makers, as a front for their real occupation? Did they ever in fact attend New York University? Did they ever in fact work for Canal Plus TV in France? Can we even believe the above dates of birth — or the place? The Mayor's Office in Paris has no trace of birth certificates relating to the above names for any date between 1960 and 1980; that means that they were not born in that city, and the claim is false.”
“9/11 Blackouts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISxrR0x3_Mw .. FOX, CNN and the Naudet documentary all had missing time within 1/4 second of each other. FOX and CNN each feature a blackout. The Naudet film has an edit. I've inserted black in the Naudet film to hold the missing time. … On the FOX footage, you can see the nose of the plane coming out of the building, then blackout, and after that, the nose of the plane is gone. Proof that all 3 tv channels were controlled from the same place [allegedly a spread bet trading room, fed by Cameron’s ITV contractor, for clients of Wells Fargo, the owner of Twin Towers pass through certificates which nearly doubled in value when both towers were demolished on 9/11] and the blackout is there to hide the nose of the plane coming out of the building, which proves that in my opinion it was video editing. But thanks to human reaction, they couldn’t get the blackout in time to hide the nose error. There were no planes, it's video editing, don't reply please.”
“Aside from merging the production of news and sports programming for the region into the new venture, LWT and Carlton took the view that instead of having two transmission centres in different buildings, neither on air at the same time as the other, it would make financial sense for the transmission departments to be merged as part of the new company. To that end, from the start in 1993, LNN took over responsibility for the transmission of Carlton and LWT to the viewer at home. The companies stopped short of handing over full control of presentation and scheduling, however, and planning and scheduling staff, along with the continuity announcers (the "voices" of the stations), were retained separately by Carlton and LWT. This meant that, uniquely for the time, the transmission controllers (later "network directors" - a change only in name) and the continuity announcers worked for different companies and answered to different management. Carlton and LWT effectively shared the position of what was known as "nominated contractor" in the ITV network. The responsibilities of this ranged from contingency planning and coordinating the network's response to, for example, major breaking news to the provision of the "Network Feed", this being the "clean" feed of programmes to all the other contractors in the ITV Network. To this end, LNN operated two transmission feeds: one to the London transmitter at Crystal Palace and its dependent relays, and another to the other ITV control rooms around the country. The latter was provided without announcements, commercials or interstitial material (except during times of a "presented feed", such as during the shared overnight service). The network feed was known as "KRS-17/67" - referring to the circuits (17 the original analogue and 67 the latterday digital) allocated to it by BT Broadcast between the South Bank and the BT Tower (The London Television Centre stands on a stretch of the South Bank known as the "King's Reach", and "KRS" an acronym for "King's Reach Studios").”
“The manner in which he obtained the job says much about how men of Cameron's background tend to progress through life. The future Tory leader, whose credentials at Conservative central office were already well-established after periods working for Norman Lamont and Michael Howard, believed a stint in the private sector would benefit his political career. With no experience outside politics, he did what any old Etonian might do and worked his contacts. The mother of Cameron's then girlfriend Samantha, Lady Astor, was friends with Michael Green, then executive chairman of Carlton and one of Margaret Thatcher's favourite businessmen. She suggested he hire Cameron, and Green, a mercurial millionaire, obliged. The 27-year-old was duly recruited on a salary of about £90,000 a year (the equivalent of more than £130,000 today). One former Carlton executive remembers Green often found jobs for family friends and social acquaintances. "At one stage I was asked to find a job for Michael's daughter and also for Suzie Ratner [daughter of Gerald Ratner, whose jewellery business collapsed after he described his own products as 'crap']. On one hand [Carlton] was kind of a global conglomerate, on the other it was like a family business. It would be 'my neighbour's nephew's daughter' or 'someone I met at the synagogue or at Arsenal' – and not 'Would you give them a job?' but 'Give them a fucking job'". .. He was never without a tie, Allan recalls, but then: "Carlton was quite an old-fashioned company". Its plush Knightsbridge head office was dubbed "Carlton Towers" by envious employees based in less salubrious locations. .. "There was a well-bred air about the place," another former executive remembers. "[Green] brought people in who were well-educated and had proper English voices, I don't think there were any regional variations – it was all very cut-glass, public-school." Carlton's head office was a Tory enclave at a time when the party was facing political extinction. Rachel Whetstone, who worked for Norman Lamont along with Cameron, was also based there for a time; she is now married to Cameron's chief policy advisor, Steve Hilton .. Green, a self-made man who built Carlton from scratch, hired bright young things from Westminster because the company had big political battles to fight. The ITV network, of which Carlton was a part, was heavily regulated, with strict quotas on the type of programmes it was required to broadcast. As director of corporate affairs, Cameron regularly lobbied ministers and was "in the room" according to former colleagues, when big decisions were made. They included the fateful decision to take on BSkyB, the pay-TV giant controlled by Rupert Murdoch, by launching a terrestrial alternative to Sky's satellite service called ONdigital (later renamed ITV Digital) in partnership with Granada .. With a young family, Cameron didn't often socialise with colleagues, recalls Bowley, and his political ambitions meant he rarely took risks .. We had lunch twice. But he would be on water, I'd be on wine and he'd be off: 'Gotta go – seeing Citibank [Canada Square spread-bet partner with Wells Fargo in the Twin Towers snuff film] at half past two.'"
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