Wednesday, March 6, 2013

#1427: Marine Links Clinton Serco Stratum Patent Pool to Benghazi Time-Stamped Rape, Global Justice XML

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Hillary Clinton’s development of a Serco Stratum (0) patent pool to time-stamped images of the Benghazi rape of the late Christopher Stevens on 9/11/2012, allegedly viewed by subscribers to Global Justice XML.

McConnell claims that former Rose Law patent lawyer, Clinton, structured the Serco Stratum patent pool to manage the movement of evidentiary data packets through crime scenes such as Benghazi and 9/11 and thereby deflect investigators away from key suspects, allegedly including the pay-per-view subscribers of Global Justice XML at DOJ Pride (f.1994).

Prequel 1:
#1421 Marine Links Serco P4-In-the-Middle Ambush to Marcy, Obama, Rumsfeld and Tillman Clocks 


Clinton allegedly stole Tor patent from the Secretary of the Navy and used it in Serco Stratum 0 patent pool to conceal route taken by time-stamped snuff film images over Global Justice XML


 Hillary Clinton Benghazi Testimony Erupts At Ron Johnson

Benghazi Gate - SECY Kerry Says He Met With Survivor Of Benghazi Attack

Lawmakers demand access to survivors injured in Benghazi attack 
Published March 06, 2013,

Six months after the Sept. 11 terror attack in Benghazi, Republican lawmakers are fuming that they haven’t been granted access to the survivors – several of whom, Fox News has learned, are still recovering at Walter Reed military hospital. 

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, told Fox News on Wednesday that he spoke to a “handful of people” when he visited Libya shortly after the attack but has struggled to gain access to the survivors ever since. 

“We want talk to the survivors -- they won’t do that. And then the president has the gall to go on television and say ‘oh, we’re providing all the access’? Baloney. Bull-crap. That is not happening.” 

Estimates of how many Americans were injured in the Libya assault vary. Reps. Frank Wolf, R-Va., and Jim Gerlach, R-Pa., claim sources have told them up to 30 were injured, and up to seven may still be at Walter Reed. “Several may have required amputations,” they wrote in a letter to colleagues last week. 

A source close to the survivors, though, told Fox News that seven were injured – not 30 – and that at least three are still at Walter Reed. Another may be recovering in California. The source said one of the injured underwent a partial leg amputation. Another is suffering from smoke inhalation and possible brain injury. 

Fox News has been told that some of the survivors work in clandestine services and do not want their names made public, though they do wonder why nobody from key committees has called them in for closed hearings to testify on what transpired that night. 

Chaffetz claimed Wednesday that the administration “will not give us the names.” 

He said one person who went to the hospital even had their “name changed” on hospital records so as not to be identified. 

The State Department has declined to say how many survivors were injured or hospitalized. Secretary of State John Kerry, in an interview with Fox News, revealed Tuesday that he has visited one of the survivors in Bethesda, Md. – the location of the Walter Reed military hospital. 

Kerry described the survivor as “remarkably courageous” and doing “very, very well.” He also said he also talked to the unnamed survivor’s wife. 

Asked when the public might hear from the survivors, Kerry said “I can’t tell you – I don’t know what the circumstances are of any requests to talk to them or not.” Wolf and Gerlach wrote a letter to Kerry March 1 formally requesting access to the survivors and asking for details about their condition. 

They claim those injured may be a combination of State Department employees, CIA officials and security contractors. 

“Having served in Benghazi, the perspective of these individuals would provide valuable insight to a dark day in American history – a day which is still shrouded in much mystery,” they wrote. xxxxxxFox News’ Jennifer Griffin, James Rosen and Catherine Herridge contributed to this report. Read more:” 

“The federal government has long encouraged criminal justice agencies throughout the country to share information electronically. Historically, however, justice agencies have developed or invested in information systems independently of one another. While the applications that different organizations utilize to manage cases and store important information typically perform very similar functions, they often utilize unique technology or formatting that makes them incompatible with other systems. Consequently, many justice agencies have been forced to resort to inefficient methods of delivering information to each other, such as delivering important filings and documents via the postal service. In March 2001, the OJP and the DOJ sponsored an effort to create a framework [using Serco Stratum patent pool developed with JPATS/JABS and the Clintonian (?) sponsors of the Gore Hammer awards for re-inventing governemnt] for the secure and timely sharing of information across the justice domain. Their objective was to lay the foundation for local, state, tribal, and national interoperability by providing a “common ground” that information systems across the country could use for data exchanges. After a two-year effort, the first prerelease of GJXDM was released in April 2003.”

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