Thursday, April 11, 2013

#1475: Marine Links KPMG Pig-Farm Pension SNAP Rack Switch to Sidley Cisco Olympics, Ladner Beaudry Hit

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked KPMG’s pig farm pension (bcIMC) SNAP Rack switch to crony contracts – apparently set up by Cisco and Sidley Austin for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics – which he allegedly associates with Russell Williams’ pedophile traps and the contract killing (hit) of a prospective whistleblower, Wendy Ladner Beaudry. 

McConnell claims KPMG and Sidley agents persuaded (?) bcIMC pension fund trustees to invest in a Pickton pig farm mortgage and Cisco’s SNAP Rack switches to support web-cast snuff films the content of which has allegedly been used to extort the failure of RCMP/VPD investigations into the Ladner Beaudry murder.

#1474: Marine Links Sister Hastily Formed Network Tillman Hit to Sidley KPMG Cisco New World Switch


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Wendy Ladner Beaudry - Appeal For Information

Four years later, police still don’t know who killed Wendy Ladner-Beaudry in Pacific Spirit Park 
By John Colebourn, 
The Province April 3, 2013 Readmore: 

Four years after the body of Wendy Ladner-Beaudry was found adjacent to a popular trail in Pacific Spirit Park, women jogging and hiking along the popular trail continue to be watchful. 

Despite hundreds of tips into the murder of the vibrant, socially conscious 53-year-old mother of two children, homicide investigators have yet to make any arrests into the mysterious slaying. 

Knowing no one has been sent to prison for the murder, women using the trail at 41st Avenue and Marine Drive on Tuesday said they are taking precautions when going into the park. 

“I used to run in the forest around here listening to music quite a bit,” said area resident Jessica Leung, 24. But after the murder of Ladner-Beaudry, Leung said that stopped. “After the murder it made me more conscious of my surroundings,” she said. 

At an information bulletin board along the trail where Ladner-Beaudry was found, a poster from the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) remains pinned up. The poster notes that investigators believe the murder happened on April 3, 2009, between noon and 3 p.m. 

The poster also points out “the homicide may be a random act of violence.” 

Shortly after the murder, the family of Ladner-Beaudry offered a $30,000 reward for information into the murder. 

On Wednesday, a media conference is scheduled to see if anyone who may have been in the area that day remembers something that could help crack the cold case. An IHIT spokesman did not return calls Tuesday.  

Even after four years, people said the high-profile murder is still fresh in their minds. 

“Everybody still remembers and talks about the murder,” said Cindy Sym, 47, who was out in the park jogging. “I don’t come here at night. The murder hasn’t been resolved and that is scary.” 

Sym said she has yet to see any homeless people in the well-used UBC park area and finds it hard to believe the murder was a random act of violence. 

IHIT investigators have interviewed more than 500 people in the case. 

About 80 of those people live within a 10-kilometre radius of the murder scene. 

Ladner-Beaudry’s husband Michel, a columnist with the weekly Pique newsmagazine in Whistler, at one time was a prime suspect. But investigators in 2011 said they did not have any evidence to link Beaudry to the crime.  

Ladner-Beaudry was a well-known physical fitness advocate who co-chaired the B.C Games Society and was chairwoman of KidSport. 

Peter Ladner, Ladner-Beaudry's brother, said he would be at the press conference to help refresh people’s minds in the hopes of getting further tips. He also said Michel Beaudry would not be attending the event.  

Beaudry did not attend a 2011 press conference police held to try and get more leads. 

“He doesn’t want to talk,” Ladner said of Beaudry. 

In a column for the Pique, Beaudry wrote of the family’s loss: “Maybe it’s because I just celebrated my 55th birthday. Maybe it’s because the Christmas season has always featured such a strong family theme for me. Whatever. I miss Wendy more this week than I have in a long time. And though my daughters try valiantly to mask their emotions, I know they feel exactly the same way I do... 

“It’s been eight months since my lovely wife was stolen from our lives. Eight long, difficult months in which we three survivors have done what we can to rebuild our shattered existence. And it hasn’t been easy. Our home is full of ghosts. The ghost of Wendy’s smiling face in the morning ... She was the glue that held the family together. The steady hand at the helm. 

“And while I gallivanted around the world searching out good stories to tell, she remained at home and kept the hearth fire burning.” © Copyright (c) The Province” “ You may be wrong about what these women were killed for. Snuff films overseas. Not to silence anyone. The majority of these women were addicts, so they wouldn't have anything to gain by ratting people out; their source would then dry up. Also, if that many women knew about the drug operation, then it wasn't a secret. 

I agree with you, there was something more to it. Robert Pickton's brother Dave Pickton was a Hells Angel and owned a professional film editing studio, and check this information on Canadian-produced torture porn: Check out these odd things I found out about how similar the Paul Bernardo and James Medley cases were. The Bernardo crimes took place in Toronto, and the Medley crimes took place in Montreal. 

In both cases the girls were lured into being abducted by another young girl helpingentrap them. Karla Homolka helped Bernardo lure girls to their car, and Christina Sherry helped Medleylure girls to their apartment. In both cases the victims were confined and tortured. 

In both cases videotapes were seized by police. Both James Medley and Paul Bernardo had ties to masonic police organizations. Both are said to have been paid police informants.” 

The secret life of Colonel Russell Williams - Canada - Feb 16, 2010 – Russell Williams was an accused double murderer, he was a young, eager .... Not only was he leading up air security for the Olympics but think …” 

“As we have almost reached the half-way point for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games, I wanted to share with you exclusive footage that was taped using Cisco Flip Video™ cameras to tell “the rest of the story” from the Olympics Opening Day & the Chinatown Spring Festival. Please check out NBCOlympics.com February 12-28 for complete footage from the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. Additionally, please be sure to check out how Cisco is providing NBC with medianet technologies to support its coverage of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games. Olympics Opening Day Montage Go Canada Go! See a Cisco Flip Video collection of moments from this year’s Opening Day, including a run with the torch bearer, and zipline snowboard and hockey players. Ten points for attribution on the torch bearer; ten more for an accurate count of how many other Flip cameras you can count in this Opening Day video montage, captured on Flip Video.” 

“bcIMC appointed KPMG to audit the financial statement of the corporation and the pooled investment portfolios. Details of the services to be provided are outlined in the engagement letter. 

KPMG also conducts the Service Organization Controls 1 (SOC “1”) audit. The engagement letter using Canadian Standard for Assurance Engagements No. 3416 (CSAE 3416) between bcIMC and KPMG provides information about the appointment and the required services”. … “Cisco (USA) – [bcIMC with 6,864,739 shares valued unaudited at $145,109,375.77!] Voted FOR a shareholder proposal seeking a report on steps Cisco could take to reduce the possibility that its business practices would enable human rights violations. The company is facing a lawsuit on this issue. The proposal failed, but it did receive significant shareholder support with 42.5% of the votes in favour.”

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