McConnell claims Obama deployed Son of BOSS tax shelters in a conspiracy with the Sidley Austin law firm for the IPO of KPMG Consulting Inc. in February 2001, into which Cisco Systems allegedly invested $1 billion to procure the routers needed in the Combat Direction Center (CDC) of the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower to trigger the SNAP-Gap Pentagon Bomb on 9/11.
Entrust triggers – Delayed ignition – Sidley Austin bombs
#1467: Marine Links Obama Illinois Bridge to Eisenhower RCOH brig and the SNAP-Gap Pentagon Bomb
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”David Collins, CISSP
System Security Engineer (SSE) / IA at Northrop Grumman
Colorado Springs, Colorado Area
Computer & Network Security
ISSA Colorado Springs
Previous TASC, Inc,
Northrop Grumman Corporation,
Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC)
Education Colorado Technical University
As one who follows Jesus Christ as much as I can (we're all sinners and sometimes I fail), I believe that whatever work I do, I should do as unto the Lord. I'm a former US Navy IAO gone Contractor. Wide range of experience in several domains of Information Operations (IO).
ESM/ES/EA/EP/ECM/IA/CND/COMSEC/IW/C4ISR. Long term goal: An Executive Level position as a DoD/Federal Civil Servant in the IA/IW/IO realm. Specialties:Multi-int operational exp., CEH, CPT, CISSP, C&A, IA, Linux, Sun, Irix, Data Security … Electronic Warfare Technician US Navy June 1993 – June 2001 (8 years 1 month) ELECTRONIC WARFARE MODULE OFFICER USS Dwight D Eisenhower January 1995 – May 1999 (4 years 5 months)
Appointed as the POIC for the EW watch team, responsible for the watch team's correct identification, correlation, and dissemination of Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) data throughout the Eisenhower Battle Group (BG). Was lead on maintenance and repair of a IS support systems incorporated into the Electronic Warfare Arena.
Assisted the IS Department in UNIX and MS windows administration, including the Global Command and Control System - Maritime (GCCS-M), handling HP / SPARC / SIPR terminal configuration issues within the Combat Direction Center (CDC). (2 years)
Leading Electronic Warfare Technician and Module Manager. Maintained material and operational readiness for four (4) vital, tactical war-fighting systems. (3 years)
Assigned to Ship's Security Division during a 19 month "Yard Period". Was Brig Supervisor & Section Lead”
“FEBRUARY 20, 2001
Sidley & Austin Advises KPMG Consulting Inc. in its $2.3 Billion IPO
KPMG Consulting, Inc., represented by Sidley & Austin, recently completed its $2.3 billion initial public offering of its common stock, the second largest IPO in Nasdaq history. With more than 10,000 employees, KPMG Consulting is one of the world's largest consulting firms. Prior to the IPO, KPMG Consulting was a majority-owned subsidiary of Sidley & Austin client KPMG LLP, the Big Five audit and tax firm. In the IPO, KPMG LLP and its partners sold to the public all of their equity interests in KPMG Consulting, raising more than $1.6 billion in proceeds. The IPO marks the completion of a two-and-a-half year project for Sidley & Austin that included the global spin-off of KPMG Consulting from KPMG LLP and a $1 billion investment by Cisco Systems, Inc. in KPMG Consulting.
The Sidley & Austin team that worked on the IPO consisted principally of Paul Choi, Lisa Reategui, Marc Cavan, Robert Verigan and Jennifer Schubert, all from the Corporate Group in Chicago. The Sidley & Austin team worked with internal lawyers at both organizations led by David Black, the Executive Vice President and General Counsel of KPMG Consulting, and Claudia Taft, the General Counsel of KPMG LLP.
The principal Sidley & Austin lawyers who worked on the separation and spin-off of KPMG Consulting from KPMG LLP and the Cisco investment included Chicago corporate lawyers Paul Choi, Mike Sigal, Neil Flanagin, Lisa Reategui and Marc Cavan; labor and employment lawyers John Levi, Jim Weiss and Jonathan Lotsoff; employee benefits lawyers Bob Ferencz, Matt Johnson, Cynthia Hickey and Colleen Helmer; and banking lawyers Mike Gold and Tracey Nicastro. Jim Archer of the New York office handled governance matters, and Ron Ben-Yehuda of the Los Angeles office worked on the intellectual property aspects.
In addition to these transactions, Sidley & Austin also advised KPMG on the acquisition of KPMG consulting practices in Latin America, Ireland and the Asia Pacific region. The principal Sidley & Austin attorneys who worked on the foreign projects included Jim Archer, Gilles Sion, Mike Yanowitch, Steve Cogut, Susan Jones and Lior Segev of the New York office; and Laura Loftin, Rob Morimoto and Stephen Pak of the Los Angeles office.
Sidley & Austin is an international law firm with approximately 900 lawyers practicing in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Washington, D.C., Hong Kong, London, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo.”
“[Son of BOSS and the Obama-Romney Racketeering Bridge of Swaps!] as Audit Chair Saw Marriott Son of BOSS Shelter Defy IRS
By Jesse Drucker - Feb 22, 2012 9:01 PM PT
Mitt Romney has long had close ties to hotel operator Marriott International Inc. (MAR) The candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, whose full name is Willard Mitt Romney, was named after the chain’s founder, J. Willard Marriott, a friend of his father. He joined the company’s board in 1993, and has served on it for 11 of the past 19 years, including six as chairman of the audit committee.
During Romney’s tenure as a Marriott director, the company repeatedly utilized complex tax-avoidance maneuvers, prompting at least two tangles with the Internal Revenue Service, records show. In 1994, while he headed the audit committee, Marriott used a tax shelter known to attorneys by its nickname: “Son of BOSS.””
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