McConnell claims Scutt used a Libor Minus Sex % line of credit to equip G4S pedophiles for the murder of Gareth Williams in August of 2010 and thereby allowed her to silence the GCHQ code-breaker and prospective whistleblower who might otherwise have exposed the plan for a G4S attack on the London Olympics’ closing ceremony on Sunday, August 12, 2012.
Marine Links Mrs. Clegg’s to Libor/G4S, London Olympics Underground Threat
Sally Scutt, Deputy Chief Executive of the British Bankers' Association since June 1998
Gareth Williams, allegedly hacked Libor Minus Sex % network, with sports bag of type used to transport sedated children in Scutt’s Pedo-Ring Olympic Trap.
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“[Spoliation inference that Scutt had motive opportunity and weapons used to develop a Libor Minus Sex % line of credit and finance the construction of a Pedo-Ring Olympic Trap] Deputy Chief Executive - Sally Scutt has been Deputy Chief Executive of the British Bankers' Association since June 1998 and has over 20 years senior experience in the banking sector. In her role as Deputy Chief Executive, Mrs Scutt deputises both domestically and internationally for the Chief Executive. She has overall policy responsibility for Prudential Regulation and Capital Adequacy, International Accounting Standards, Financial Crime, Corporate Governance and Tax, Private Banking and European representation. Mrs Scutt is also Managing Director of the International Banking Federation, which is the representative body for a group of key national banking associations. Its main objective is to increase the effectiveness of the financial services industrys response to multilateral and national government issues affecting their common interests. She also serves as the UK representative of the European Economic and Social Committee its main task is to advise the three major European institutions: Parliament, Council and Commission.”
“Failure to meet London 2012 Security Contract In March 2011 the London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG) announced that G4S Secure Solutions (UK) has been appointed official Security Services Provider for the London 2012 Olympic Games. On 2 June 2012 Sarah Hubble, a member of staff employed by G4S to check applications for staff applying for the 13,000 vacancies, described the process as a shambles which could compromise the safety of athletes and spectators at the Olympic Park. She made claims that vetting staff themselves had not been vetted and that sensitive personal details of applicants were left lying around the office; G4S described the allegations as "false" on 2 June 2012. Subsequently G4S were reported describing the allegations as "inaccurate".
On 12 July 2012 it was announced that 3,500 British troops would be deployed at the 2012 Summer Olympics due to a shortage of adequately trained G4S security staff, with Labour MP Keith Vaz claiming that, "G4S has let the country down and we have literally had to send in the troops." Shares in G4S later dropped 9% after the firm claimed it faced a possible £50 million loss as a result of failing to provide sufficient trained staff for the 2012 Olympic Games. On 17 July, the company's Chief executive, Nick Buckles, appeared before the Home Affairs Select Committee, where he apologised for the organisational failings, expressed regret at having taken on the Olympic security contract, and agreed in principle to pay bonuses to soldiers drafted at the last moment as replacement security staff. Pressed by Labour MP David Winnick, he was forced to admit that organisational situation had become a "humiliating shambles." In Newcastle G4S were replaced by 500 staff from local security firms for Olympic events. In Scotland G4S were stripped of the security role with it passing to Strathclyde Police. At Dorney Lake, the Olympic rowing and canoeing venue, a G4S manager reported G4S radios were not working so staff were relying on personal mobile phones to communicate; G4S confirmed the venue was being manned by military personnel after 66% of rostered G4S staff were failing to show. The venue manager reported parts of the CCTV system had already been replaced by Army patrols and a complete army takeover was "on the cards". On 20 July 2012 a G4S guard, Thomas Hall from Norwich was arrested on suspicion of communicating a bomb hoax and criminal damage to an Olympic venue, ExCel, he has subsequently been charged and remanded in custody. On 21 July 2012 about 40 G4S contracted guards staged a protest outside Old Trafford the home to Manchester United over allegations they have remained unpaid since 6th June 2012. On 22 July 2012 a contractor reported that a third of his expected staff had not turned up; instead he was sent a group of mainly female, teenage students with minimal training, whom he turned away as he did not feel comfortable leaving them for night duties. On 23 July 2012 a G4S guard providing security for football athletes at the Chesford Grange Hotel, near Kenilworth, Coventry was charged with theft of a mobile phone. On 28 July 2012 a G4S security guard was reported to have spat at a soldier of 35 Engineers and called him a "baby-killer" at Lords cricket ground after the soldier asked to search him. Following the Olympics contract failures, the Chief Constables of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire are to recommend abandoning outsourcing work to G4S. They have been backed by Jim Paice, the agriculture minister and Conservative MP for South East Cambridgeshire.”
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