Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked a ‘vig’ due or paid to Wayne Carver’s pension fund by Canada Square London bookmakers for spread bets on the Sandy Hook body count, to an alleged double-tap shooting in the back of Adam Lanza’s head.
McConnell suggests autopsies are repeated on all the Sandy Hook victims by coroners independent of the Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds and its major holding in BNP Paribas and the $88 trillion Libor spread-betting fraud operated out of HSBC’s office at Canada Square, London, since 1996.
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“How to shoot a "double tap""
“Sandy Hook Hoax "Medical Examiner" Wayne Carver”
“Spread Betting on HSBC Banking Stock”
“[Spoliation inference: Carver manipulated evidence at crime scenes where Adam Lanza allegedly used Bushmaster rifles to kill 26 victims at Sandy Hook; he is therefore presumed to be an accessory to the murder of Lanza where an autopsy may reveal the cause of death as a double-tap to the head with a Glock or Sig Sauer machine pistol]
State worker accused of showing Adam Lanza's body to husband
By Tracy Connor, NBC News
A worker in the Connecticut Medical Examiner's office has been accused of letting her husband look at the body of Newtown gunman Adam Lanza, a state employee with knowledge of the investigation told the Associated Press.
Jean Henry, a processing technician, was placed on administrative leave Dec. 21 so the allegation can be investigated, the official said. The employee spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the inquiry was under way. The investigation was first reported by The Hartford Courant.
Gov. Dannel Malloy said he will be "deeply disappointed" if investigators from the University of Connecticut Health Center verify that Henry engaged in such ghoulish behavior. "I hope that was not true. The investigation is ongoing," Malloy said.
Lanza's body was brought to the morgue in Farmington after he committed suicide at Sandy Hook Elementary School, where he murdered 20 first graders and six staffers on Dec. 14.
Two days after the massacre, Henry allegedly led her husband into her workplace and led him into the refrigerated room where bodies are kept until autopsy. They allegedly unzipped Lanza's bag so they could look at the body of the reviled gunman, sources told the Hartford Courant.
Henry's boss, Chief Medical Examiner H. Wayne Carver II, performed the autopsy on Lanza. The gunman's body was later claimed by his father.
Carver did not return calls and Henry and her lawyer could not be reached for comment. She is embroiled in a lawsuit against Malloy that claims the Democratic governor had her bounced from her old job in the budget office because she is a Republican.”
“Pension Fund Management Division
As principal fiduciary for Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds (CRPTF) [major holding in BNP Paribas, a principal in the $88 trillion Libor spread betting fraud] , which consists of six State pension and nine State trust funds, the Treasurer is responsible for prudently managing the retirement funds for approximately 190,000 teachers, state, and municipal employees who are pension plan participants and beneficiaries as well as academic programs, grants, and initiatives throughout the State.
The Pension Fund Management division assists the Treasurer in the development of investment policy in a diversity of asset classes and maintains communication and monitors the performance of the CRPTF’s investment managers and consultants. The Division also serves as staff to the Investment Advisory Council (IAC), the body that provides oversight in accordance with the Treasury Reform Law of 2000, which greatly expanded the Council’s authority and responsibility. Click to view the schedule of regular meetings.
Investment Policy Statement
A guiding policy document, the Investment Policy Statement (IPS) is required for the CRPTF by the Treasury Reform Law of 2000, enacted based on Treasurer Nappier’s comprehensive Treasury reform plan. It is an outline of the CRPTF’s long-term strategic plan based on the analysis of the capital markets and the CRPTF’s financial condition. In formulating this policy document, which can be reviewed by the public in its entirety, the Treasurer has sought to allow for sufficient flexibility to capture investment opportunities as they occur, while maintaining reasonable parameters to ensure that prudence and care are exercised in the execution of the CRPTF investment program. In the final analysis, the Treasurer must exercise her authority consistent within the principles of fiduciary law.”
Denise L. Nappier
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 19, 2012
Statement by Connecticut State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier
Concerning Pension Investments in Gun Manufacturers
“I join the nation in mourning the tragic deaths in Newtown, Connecticut, and have, like countless others, considered what can be done to avoid another such senseless tragedy.
As fiduciary of the State’s pension funds, I am reviewing our investment exposure to not only gun manufacturers, but also to those companies that distribute these weapons. My interest is ensuring that any company in which Connecticut pension funds are invested conducts its business consistent with our standards for responsible corporate citizenship – which includes considerations of public safety and the well-being of our children. Ultimately, our interests are best protected when companies are good actors and can sustain our shareholder value over the long haul.
Connecticut’s direct exposure to a weapons manufacturer is limited to an investment with Alliant Tech Systems, an aerospace and defense company that supplies ammunition and related accessories to law enforcement agencies and commercial customers. We own 924shares of common stock with a market value of $57,233 and corporate bonds valued at $830,500.
As a shareholder of Alliant Tech Systems, the Newtown tragedy makes it abundantly clearthat we must scrutinize our direct exposure, as well as our indirect exposure to companies throughout the supply chain.”#
BNP freezes funds in sub-prime shock
By Ben Bland
09 Aug 2007
BNP Paribas, France's largest bank, has been forced to freeze three funds as the fears of greater losses from US sub-prime continue to weigh on global credit markets.
The news sent shares in the bank tumbling by more than 3pc in early trading.
The move comes just over a week after chief executive Baudouin Prot sought to reassure the market that BNP Paribas had only minimal exposure to the US sub-prime woes.
The bank said this morning: "The complete evaporation of liquidity in certain market segments of the US securitisation market has made it impossible to value certain assets fairly regardless of their quality or credit rating."
As a result, BNP Paribas has stopped investors from taking money out of the funds or putting more money in and suspended calculations of how much the funds are worth.
BNP Paribas said it had taken these drastic measures "to protect the interests and ensure the equal treatment of out investors, during these exceptional times".
The bank added that the suspension would be lifted "as soon as liquidity returns to the market allowing net asset value to be calculated".
More to follow.
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