Marcy and Banks use Serco JABS, installed at its bank’s offices in Illinois and Canada Square to book Conair crooks into crime scenes.
Sandy Hook children allegedly shot and killed with Glock or Sig Sauer and then later with Bushmaster rifles in the portable morgue
"Tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School: What Happened During Newtown [A Crimewatch FBI actor – booked into crime scene by Serco JABS – is carrying an HSBC Fast and Furious Bushmaster at 13:41]
2 Handguns Recovered (No Bushmaster) According To Senior Officials Within
No Assault Rifle Found At Sandy Hook Massacre?
"On December 14, 2012, Adam Peter Lanza, aged 20, fatally shot twenty children and six adult staff members and wounded two at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the Sandy Hook village of Newtown, Connecticut. Before driving to the school, he had shot and killed his mother, Nancy Lanza, at their Newtown home. After killing the students and staff members, Adam Lanza died from a self-inflicted gun shot as first responders arrived. The massacre is the second-deadliest school shooting in United States history, after the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre. It also is the second-deadliestmass murder at an American elementary school, after the Bath School bombings of 1927. … At about 9:35 a.m., using his mother's Bushmaster XM-15 rifle, Lanza shot his way through a locked glass door at the front of the school. He was wearing black military-style gear, including abulletproof vest and mask. Some of those present reported that initial shots were heard on the school intercom system, which was being used for morning announcements. …. Lanza stopped shooting between 9:46 a.m. and 9:49 a.m., after firing 50 to 100 rounds. He shot all of his victims multiple times, and at least one victim, 6-year-old Noah Pozner, 11 times. He shot mostly in two first-grade classrooms, killing fourteen in one room and six in the other. The student victims were eight boys and twelve girls, between six and seven years of age, and the six adults were all women who worked at the school. Lanza committed suicide by shooting himself in the head as first responders arrived. Newtown police dispatch first requested officers on the scene at 9:35 a.m. Connecticut State Police received the first call at 9:41 a.m., and with Newtown police, quickly mobilized local police dog and Police Tactical Units, a bomb squad, and a state police helicopter. Police locked down the school and began evacuating the survivors room-by-room, escorting groups of students and adults away from the school. The school was swept for additional shooters at least four times by the police. No shots were fired by the authorities. At approximately 10:00 a.m., Danbury Hospital scrambled extra medical personnel in expectation of having to treat numerous victims. Only three wounded patients were evacuated to the hospital, where two children were later declared dead. The other unidentified adult victim was not evacuated to Danbury Hospital. The New York City medical examiner dispatched a portable morgue to assist with the aftermath.”
“Kenyon can deploy teams of forensic experts who can assist government agencies, or if needed, independently complete the autopsy, identification, and arrange for the repatriation of disaster victim remains. For large scale losses, Kenyon can establish complete disaster morgues. Kenyon morgues are organized into two major sections: Administration Section – This team supports the operation of the morgue, and the work of identification committees, gathering of ante mortem records, interface with family support operations, and all logistical operations. In addition to preprinted forms, office equipment , inventory systems, this team also manages and uses the internationally recognized INTERPOL PlassData Disaster Victim Identification System™. Kenyon is the only private company with a worldwide license for PlassData™, the only such system of its kind. Kenyon also uses its proprietary software Kenyon Response™ a one-of-a-kind ante and post mortem data management system enhancing the ability of family support operations as well as victim identification. Scientific Section – This team works with the human remains, operating the receiving, holding, anthropology, radiology, pathology, DNA, finger and foot printing, odontology, photography and release stations. Kenyon's forensic scientists staff augments government teams or alternatively work independently to complete medicolegal autopsy to establish the cause and manner of death as well as establish positive identification. Kenyon morgue operations have deployed to large scale disasters such as the 2004 Asian Tsunami, terrorist attacks, charter aviation accidents and major aviation losses. Kenyon maintains three deployment ready disaster-scale morgues, one each in Houston, Texas; London, England and Sydney Australia. The morgues are packaged for expedited shipment anywhere in the world.”
”FRANK A. CIACCIO, MPA, D-ABMDI
Vice President Commercial Services
Kenyon International Emergency Services
Frank A. Ciaccio joined Kenyon International Emergency Services, Inc. after coming from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) where he was a Forensic Investigator. Prior to that he was with the Maricopa County Medical Examiners Office in Phoenix, Arizona where he was the Chief Medical Investigator. During his time in Phoenix he was in charge of developing the investigation division. Prior to moving to Phoenix, he was an investigator with the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator.
Frank received a Bachelor of Science degree in Forensic Anthropology and Biology and a joint Masters degree in Forensic Anthropology and Public Administration from the University of New Mexico. He is board certified death investigator by the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators.
He has an extensive teaching background lecturing both nationally and internationally to medical examiners/coroners and law enforcement officers in the areas of forensic anthropology, injuries associated with aviation disasters, survival factors in aviation disasters and crime scene investigations. He is a member of the National Association of Medical Examiners and American Academy of Forensic Science. He currently is an adjunct faculty member at the Virginia Institute of Forensic Sciences and Medicine and he sits on the Forensic Advisory Committee for the National Center for Forensic Sciences and currently on the forensic technical advisory panel for the National Institute of Justice He was appointed the U.S. Representative to the committee on Disaster Victim Identification at INTERPOL and served from 1999-2003.
Most recently Frank was the Operations Site Director for the recovery of two United Nations planes that crashed in Angola, Africa involving 24 fatal victims. In addition, during Hurricane Katrina and the Thailand Tsunami Disaster in Phuket, Thailand Frank was in charge of victim recovery operations. . Frank has participated in the recovery and identification of human remains following the aviation disasters of several major and high profile crashes including, United Express flight 5926, ComAir flight 3272 and Korean Airlines flight 801. He has been appointed survival factors group chairman for several major commercial bus accidents, Amtrak train accident, marine accidents, and aviation accidents. In addition, he has participated in the investigation of several general and commercial aviation accidents both nationally and internationally. To include the investigation of Singapore Airlines flight 006 in Taiwan, Swiss Air flight 111 in Canada, American Airlines flight 1420 in Arkansas, EgyptAir flight 990 over the Atlantic Ocean, Alaska Airlines flight 261 over the Pacific Ocean and most recently American Airlines flight 587 in New York City. He was in charge of recovery operations of high profile accidents such Payne Stewart, John F. Kennedy Jr. and NASA Space Shuttle STR-7 (Columbia) crashes.
During the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in NYC, Frank worked closely with the FBI and the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office in the recovery and identification of remains and collection of evidence at ground zero and Fresh Kills landfill in Staten Island.”
"[Serco Sisters Marcy and Banks use JABS to book Conair crooks into Interpol/global crime scenes for Wag the Dog events] Justice Prisoner & Alien Transportation System (JPATS) .. In 1995, the air fleets of the Marshals Service and the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) merged to create the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System (JPATS). The merger created a more efficient and effective system for transporting prisoners and criminal aliens. Managed by the Marshals Service, JPATS is one of the largest transporters of prisoners in the world — handling about 977 requests every day to move prisoners between judicial districts, correctional institutions and foreign countries. JPATS supports the federal judiciary through its scheduling and transportation responsibilities. JPATS transports sentenced prisoners who are in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) as well as ICE criminal/administrative aliens to hearings, court appearances and detention facilities. JPATS also provides regular international flights for the removal of deportable aliens. Military and civilian law enforcement agencies use JPATS to shuttle their prisoners between different jurisdictions at a fraction of what commercial sources would charge. On average, JPATS completes over 350,000 prisoner/alien movements per year. A network of aircraft, cars, vans and buses accomplishes these coordinated movements. JPATS operates a fleet of aircraft which moves prisoners over long distances more economically and with higher security than commercial airlines. Nearly all air movements are done aboard large and small jets that JPATS owns or leases. Ground transportation is usually provided by the Marshals Service, ICE and the BOP. JPATS is the only government-operated, regularly scheduled passenger airline in the nation. JPATS routinely serves approximately 70 domestic and international cities, plus other major cities in the United States on an as-required basis. Detailed itineraries are required to ensure that each prisoner appears in court at a designated time. All scheduling is handled at JPATS headquarters, located in Kansas City, MO. The Air fleet operations center is in Oklahoma City, OK with a hub in Las Vegas. Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System (JPATS):
David F. Musel, JPATS Director (816) 467-1900
Scott Flood, Deputy and Chief of Operations (816) 467-1900
Scott A. Wilhelm, Chief of Aviation
Kansas City, MO (816) 467-1900
Security/Scheduling - Scott Flood, Deputy and Chief of Operations
Kansas City, MO (816) 467-1900
Kathleen Maupin, Chief Business Manager
Kansas City, MO (816) 467-1900”
“[Spoliation inference that Serco Sisters control Kenyon and use Conair crooks to dress crime scenes, accuse innocent and shelter guilty] Incident [Kenyon] Archives
19 October, 2012, Jet2 Airlines, United Kingdom – Call Center activation to assist passengers with reservations and luggage arrangements due to a delayed flight with smoke in the cabin.
21 September, 2012, Monarch Air, United Kingdom - Call Center activation to assist passengers with reservations and luggage arrangements after their plane taxied off the pavement.
2 June, 2012, Anadarko, Mozambique – Complex repatriation of accident victim from Mozambique to New Orleans.
26 June, 2012, Neos Air, Italy – Provision of Portuguese team member to assist with communications to the family following the death of an employee.
10 July, 2012, Christmas Island, off the coast of Australia – Deployment of emergency response team to provide repatriation services for a boat accident involving refugees, on behalf of Australian government.
28 March 2012, ATI, Bahrain – International Repatriation of deceased employee.
22 August, 2011, First Air Flight 6560, Resolute Bay, Canada – Deployment to crash to assist with the Disaster Human Services, Disaster Recovery Services and Personal Effects processing.
19 June, 2011, Strategic Airlines – Activation of Call Center for outbound calls passenger notification for schedule irregularities.
24 February, 2011, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA – Kenyon deploys portions of its Houston-based Portable Morgue to assist the Coroner's Office in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, after a major water main breakage flooded several offices and damaged morgue equipment.
24 January, 2011, BMI, Moscow – Activation of the call center to provide information about status of passengers on arriving and departing flights subsequent to a bomb exploding in the airport.
4 January, 2011, Christmas Island, off the coast of Australia – Deployment of emergency response team to provide mortuary and repatriation services for a boat crash involving refugees, on behalf of Australian government.
16 August, 2010 - Aires Aero Airline Flight 8250, San Andreas Airport, Colombia – Advisory Services to the airline, Disaster Human Services; including Family Assistance and Personal Effects processing.
21 July, 2010, Rhode Island Medical Examiners Office – Personal Effects processing, Station Night Club Fire (February, 2003).
2 June, 2010, Albert Pike Flooding, State of Arkansas – Advisory Services
22 May, 2010, Air India Express Flight 812, Mangalore, India – Advisory Services and Personal Effects processing.
13 May, 2010, Afriqiyah Airlines Flight 771, Tripoli, Libya - Disaster Human Services, Disaster Recovery Services, Identification, Repatriation and Personal Effects processing.
12 January 2010 to 18 May, 2010, (Earthquake), United Nations – Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Advisory Services, Disaster Response Services, Personal Effects, Identification, Disaster Recovery Services, deployment of a mobile morgue.
24 September 2009, Airlink Flight 8911, Durban, South Africa – Advisory Services and Crisis Communications.
11 August 2009, Airlines PNG Flight 4684 – Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea – Advisory Services and logistics support.
6 May 2009, World Airways Flight 8535 – Baltimore, Maryland - Advisory Services, Kenyon International Call Center, and mental health services using inbound call support.
20 April 2009, CanJet Flight 918 – Montego Bay, Jamaica – Advisory Services, Kenyon International Call Center, inbound call support.
20 Aug 2008, Spanair Flight 5022 – Madrid, Spain - Advisory Services, Disaster Recovery Services, Crisis Communications and Disaster Human Services; including long term care of families affected.
22 July, 2008, CHS, Dover, Delaware – Repatriation of an employee.
30 May 2008, Grupo TACA Flight 390 – Tegucigalpa, Honduras – Advisory Services and Kenyon International Call Center.
11 Mar 2008, Rio Tinto Mining – Andes Mountains, Peru – Helicopter crash – Disaster Human Services including; Family Assistance, Mental Health, technical mountain team recovery for human remains and retrieval of flight voice recorder to support the formal crash investigation and flight simulation and Personal Effects processing.
28 Jan 2008, Murphy Oil Co – Pointe Noire, Congo – Repatriation of an employee.
17 Jan 2008, British Airways Flight 38 – Heathrow Airport, UK – Personal Effects processing.
29 Nov 2007, Nationwide Aviation – Johannesburg, SA – Crisis Communications and Media Support.
17 Jul 2007, Aerorepublica Airlines Flight 7330 – Colombia – Kenyon International Call Center activation and support for Family Assistance.
15 Apr 2007, United Nations – South Africa – Family Assistance, Memorial and Kenyon International Call Center; providing travel and assistance for families of the victims of two plane crashes in 1999.
7 Mar 2007, Garuda Indonesia Airlines Flight 200 – Java, Indonesia – Repatriation of five Australian citizens.
1 Jan 2007 to 31 Dec 2007, British Government – Afghanistan and Iraq – Repatriation of 31 individual British war dead.
20 Dec 2006, Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101 – Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA – Activated by AIG, Personal Effects processing.
24 Oct 2006, United Nations – Angola – Search and Recovery of human remains from two plane crashes eight years previous.
27 Aug 2006, Comair Flight 5191 – Lexington, Kentucky, USA – Disaster Recovery Services and Personal Effects processing.
29 May 2006, CBS Bombing – Iraq – Disaster Recovery Services including; repatriation and Personal Effects processing.
23 March, 2006, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Celebrity, Arica, Chile – Advisory Services
31 Jan 2006, Bus Accident – Hurghada, Egypt – Repatriation of victims
1 Jan 2006, Bus Accident – Iraq – Response coordination, Family Assistance, Kenyon International Call Center, Disaster Recovery Services; including repatriation of victims and movement of injured personnel, travel and personal notification and Personal Effects processing.
5 Nov 2005 to 15 Jan 2007, Military Incidents – Various locations – Repatriation of military personnel.
2 Sept 2005, Hurricane Katrina – New Orleans, Louisiana, USA – Recovery of human remains, support in Family Information Center, deployment of mobile morgue.
14 Aug 2005, Helios Airways Flight 522 – Athens, Greece/Nicosia, Cyprus –Response Coordination, Family Assistance, Kenyon International Call Center, and Crisis Communications services.
16 Mar 2005, Loganair Air Ambulance – Coast of Scotland – Disaster Recovery Services and Personal Effects processing.
3 Jan 2005, Anadarko – Repatriation of personnel.
26 Dec 2004, Asian Tsunami – Phuket, Thailand – Deployment of two mobile morgues, disaster victim identification support, repatriation center design, repatriation of multi-national victims.
15 Dec 2004, Mausoleum Fire – Pennsylvania, USA – Personal Effects processing.
1 Oct 2004, Lancashire County Council – Morcambe Bay, UK – Disaster Recovery Services including; embalming, preparation and repatriation in a secure environment.
27 Sept 2004, Hurricane Jeanne – Florida, USA – Disaster relief support and temporary office deployment.
16 Sept 2004, Hurricane Ivan – Gulf Coast, USA – Humanitarian relief and disaster aid supplies.
15 Sept 2004, Hurricane Ivan – Cayman Island, Grand Cayman – Emergency Operations management, logistical and re-supply support, mental health counseling.
23 Mar 2004, Era Aviation – Gulf of Mexico – Personal Effects processing.
16 Mar 2004, Aviation Accident – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA – Emergency Operations Center activation, Disaster Management Consultation, Family Assistance, shipping and repatriation, and memorialization.
7-8 Jan 2004, U.S. Airways Express Flight 5481 – Charlotte, North Carolina USA – Planned, coordinated and conducted one-year memorial, monument dedication and interment ceremony for unidentified remains, contracted for lodging, meals, transportation, security and child care.
20 Aug 2003, United Nations – Baghdad, Iraq – Disaster Human services including; Family Assistance and Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue Operations and Personal Effects processing.
19 July 2003, Zeist Company – Nairobi, Kenya – Disaster Human Services including Family Assistance, Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations, identification, repatriation and disposition of human remains and Personal Effects processing.
23 Mar 2003, Oxfordshire County Council – Brize Norton Royal Air Force Base, UK – Disaster Human Services including; Family Assistance and Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations, military ceremonial services and repatriation.
8 Jan 2003, U.S. Airways Express Flight 5481 – North Carolina, USA – Advisory Services, Disaster Recovery Services and Personal Effects processing.
29 Oct 2002, AIG, AIA Office Fire – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Advisory Services, Disaster Human services including; Family Assistance and counseling and Disaster Recovery Services including; repatriation of human remains.
12 Oct 2002, Australian Government, Terrorist Bombing – Kuta, Bali – Advisory Services and Disaster Recovery Services including; repatriation of human remains.
16 July 2002, Shell UK – Great Yarmouth, England – helicopter crash – Personal Effects processing.
2 July 2002, DHL Flight 611, midair collision with Bashkirian Airlines Flight 2937 – Uberlingen, Germany – Shipping and repatriation and Personal Effects processing.
2 May 2002, Office of Chief Medical Examiner – New York, USA – Morgue operations and disposition of human remains.
26 Nov 2001, Fire Department New York City – New York, USA – Family Assistance Center, Crisis Intervention Phone Center, grief management support, briefings to families and advisor/consultant to the FDNY.
8 Oct 2001, Scandinavian Airlines, Flight 686 – Milan, Italy – Incident management, search and recovery of human remains, disposition of human remains and Personal Effects processing.
11 Sep 2001, Marsh & McLennan – New York, USA – Family Assistance Center, Call Center. 11 Sep 2001, American Express – New York, USA – Family Assistance.
11 Sep 2001, United Flight 93, on behalf of U.S. Government – Pennsylvania, USA – Disaster Recovery services including; morgue operations, liaison to the Somerset County Medical Examiner.
28 Feb 2001, Great NE Railroad – Selby, UK – Personal Effects processing.
27 Feb 2001, Logan Air, UK Flight 670A – Edinburgh, Scotland – Disaster Human Services including; Family Assistance, Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations, repatriation.
27 Jan 2001, Oklahoma State University Charter Flight – Colorado, USA – Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations, disposition of human remains, Personal Effects processing.
26 Jan to 2 Feb 2001, Alaska Airlines Flight 261 – California USA – Disaster Human Services including; Family Assistance, planned, coordinated and conducted One Year Memorial and Interment Ceremony for unidentified remains.
14 Jan 2001, United Nations Helicopter Flight – Mongolia – Disaster Human Services including; Family Assistance, liaison with local agencies and appropriate embassies and Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations, identification of remains and Personal Effects processing.
27 Oct to 3 Nov 2000, EgyptAir Flight 990 – Rhode Island, USA – Planned, coordinated and conducted One Year Memorial and Interment Ceremony for unidentified remains, contracted for lodging, meals, transportation, security and child care.
23 Aug 2000, Gulf Air Flight 0072 – Bahrain – Incident management, liaison with foreign countries, Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations and identification assistance, disposition of human remains and Personal Effects Processing.
1 Apr 2000, International Commission on Missing Persons, Balkan War – Bosnia & Herzegovina – Developed infrastructure and capabilities of the ICMP and local authorities to recover and identify those lost during the Balkan wars, assisted in developing the policies and procedures for search and recovery of remains, protocols and documentation for identification of remains, training of indigenous personnel and the construction of morgue, laboratory and storage facilities.
31 Jan 2000, Alaska Airlines Flight 261 – off coast of Anacapa Island, California, USA – Incident management, liaison with the County Medical Examiner and the US Disaster Mortuary Operation Response Team, disposition of human remains and Personal Effects processing.
30 Jan 2000, Kenya Airways Flight 431 – Ivory Coast – Disaster Human Services including; Family Assistance/mental health support, Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations, identification of remains.
19 Jan 2000, Solway Harvester, Scallop dredger, sinking – UK – Disaster Recovery Services including; Identification and disposition of human remains.
28 Nov 1999, Federal Bureau of Investigation – Texas, USA – Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations and identification of remains.
12 Nov 1999, United Nations Charter – Kosovo – Disaster Human Services including; Family Assistance, Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations, disposition of human remains and Personal Effects processing.
31 Oct 1999, EgyptAir Flt 990 – Massachusetts, USA – Disaster Human Services including; Family Assistance, Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue liaison, disposition of human remains and Personal Effects processing.
5 Oct 1999, London Metropolitan Police – London, England – Train crash – Recovery equipment.
27 Sep 1999, T. Cook Travel Bus – South Africa – Disaster Recovery Services including; morgue operations and disposition of human remains and Personal Effects processing.
15 Sep 1999, Britannia Flight 226A – Girona, Spain – Personal Effects processing.
02 Sep 1998, Swissair Flight 111 – Nova Scotia, Canada – Disaster Recovery Services including: disposition of human remains and Personal Effects processing.
3 Jun 1998, NTSB-TWA Flight 800 – New York, USA – Personal Effects processing.
20 Apr 1998, Air France Flight 422 – Bogota, Colombia – Personal Effects processing.
19 Dec 1997, Silk Air Flight 185 – Palembang, Indonesia – Morgue operations and Family Assistance
06 Aug 1997, Korean Flight 801 – Asan, Guam – Personal Effects processing.
09 Jan 1997, Comair Flight 3272 – Monroe, Michigan, USA – Personal Effects processing.
17 Jul 1996, TWA Flight 800 – New York, USA – Personal Effects processing.”
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