Monday, April 15, 2013

#1481 Marine Links Furlong’s Hastily Formed Cisco-SS Network to Boston’s Sidley Obama Bombs

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the late Cold Squad post-production expert Deborah Furlong, to a Hastily Formed Network set up by Cisco-SS (Signal Systems) for the alleged use of erstwhile terrorist Sidley Austin associates of Barack Obama to trigger the Boston Marathon bombs.

Prequel:
#1480 Marine Links Furlong Cold Squad to Hastily Formed Cisco Network for Abbotsford IHIT Pentagon

Obama on Boston Bombing: 'We Will Find Out Who Did This' [He doesn’t mention that McConnell’s sister Kristine Marcy, while serving as President of National Academy of Public Administration, changed the FBI mandate from CSI to Cold Squad snuff]

Boston Marathon: Bombing Drill Coincided With Explosions

SS heraldry check needed

 
Newton Minow hired Obama at Sidley Austin to be groomed by terror leader Bernardine Dohrn

 
Michelle and Barack Obama and Bernardine Dohrn allegedly structured Hastily Formed Network with Sidley Austin, KPMG and Cisco-SS to bomb and kill with crime scenes set up pre-crime with Furlong Cold Squad snuff crews


UM coach “thought it was odd” bomb sniffing dogs were at start and finish lines
Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com
April 15, 2013

An eyewitness to the two explosions at the Boston Marathon today said that a “drill” was repeatedly announced before the bombs exploded and that he “thought it was odd” bomb sniffing dogs were in place before the blast.

University of Mobile’s Cross Country Coach Ali Stevenson told Local 15 News, “They kept making announcements on the loud speaker that it was just a drill and there was nothing to worry about. “It seemed like there was some sort of threat, but they kept telling us it was just a drill.”

The news station also reports that Stevenson “thought it was odd there were bomb sniffing dogs at the start and finish lines.”

Stevenson then describes hearing the explosions as he ran away from the scene, having just completed the marathon.

If this report is accurate, it clearly suggests there could have been some degree of prior knowledge of the bombing, which killed two people and injured at least 23.

The fact that the explosions were preceded and overlapped by a”drill” of an almost identical nature mirrors other major terror attacks, such as the 7/7 bombings in London.

It is important to emphasize that the New York Times recently reported that most of the recent domestic terror plots in the United States “were facilitated by the F.B.I.,” suggesting that today’s incident in Boston may have been part of such an operation.

It remains to be seen how the media and the Obama administration will exploit this incident depending who gets the blame, but Rahm Emanuel’s “never let a serious crisis go to waste” advisory is sure to be in play.

More on this story as it develops…..”
"Cold Squad: C'mon I Tip Waitresses (#7.11)" (2005) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles [now Furlong, allegedly murdered in a crash set up by SS-Cisco GPS in Hastily Formed Network])
"Cold Squad: And the Fury: Part 2 (#7.13)" (2005) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: The Filth: Part 1 (#7.12)" (2005) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Borders (#7.10)" (2005) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
Ladies Night (2005) (TV) [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Learning Curve (#7.9)" (2005) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: No Life Like It (#7.1)" (2004) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: True Believers: Part 1 (#6.12)" (2003) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Killing Time (#6.11)" (2003) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Bob & Carol & Len & Ali (#6.10)" (2003) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Kill Me Twice (#6.9)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Back in the Day (#6.7)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Survivor (#6.8)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Flamers (#6.6)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Unfaithful (#6.5)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Live Fast Die Young (#6.4)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Happily Ever After (#6.3)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Horton Killed a Wu (#6.2)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Career Opportunists (#6.1)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Ambleton (#5.13)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Enough Is Enough (#5.12)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Dead Letters (#5.11)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: The Shed (#5.10)" (2002) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Bottom Feeders (#5.9)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: The Needle and the Debutante (#5.8)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: The Nanny (#5.7)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: The One That Got Away (#5.6)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: All in the Family (#5.5)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Clean (#5.4)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Picasso's Mistake (#5.3)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Family Ties (#5.2)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Personal Politics (#5.1)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
The Void (2001) (V) [post-production coordinator] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Faith (#4.20)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Habeas Corpus (#4.19)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: The Unsinkable Iwa Gudang (#4.17)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Loose Ends: Part 2 (#4.12)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Predators (#4.16)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: The Box (#4.15)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Checkmate (#4.14)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Dead Soldiers (#4.13)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Loose Ends: Part 1 (#4.11)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: My So Called Death (#4.10)" (2001) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Root Cause (#4.9)" (2000) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Court Appeal (#4.8)" (2000) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Trust (#4.7)" (2000) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Slave to the Job (#4.6)" (2000) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Loyalties (#4.5)" (2000) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: 24/7 (#4.4)" (2000) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Murder Farm (#4.3)" [Pickton Pig Farm snuff films webcast via Cisco-SS Hastily Formed Networks] (2000) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
"Cold Squad: Common Knowledge (#4.2)" (2000) TV Episode [post-production supervisor] (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
 “McLean Group of Companies is collective of companies owned by the McLean family in Vancouver
British ColumbiaCanada. The company's head offices are located in Vancouver and primarily invests in the development of real estate projects in North America. The company also has businesses in aviation, film, and telecommunications. The aggregate value of the company's development projects are estimated at around US$1 billion.  Its most notably controlled companies are Vancouver Film Studios [whose facilities were used by Deborah Furlong for the deployment of Cold Squad actors to crime scenes such as the “Body Farm” before the crime was committed], The Landing, Pacific Backlot Services, Signal Systems, and Blackcomb Helicopters. … Signal Systems Originally a department of Vancouver Film Studios, the company has emerged to become an independent telecommunications company operated by the McLean Group. The company specializes in wireless, satellite, radio, and IP communications. [ergo Hastily Formed Networks]  Sacha McLean is the President and COO. The company has partnerships with Bell CanadaCisco SystemsDavid Clark Company, Otto Engineering, Daniels Electronics Limited, and Hutton Canada.”
“Sacha McLean Vice Chairman
Blackcomb Aviation Sacha McLean is a Director of the McLean Group and Vice Chairman of Blackcomb Aviation. Prior to his appointment as Vice Chairman, Sacha was Chief Executive Officer of Blackcomb Aviation and Co-President of the McLean Group.

Sacha joined the McLean Group in 1996 and was instrumental in the transformative growth of the McLean Group’s flagship production facility, Vancouver Film Studios, from a group of locally managed production warehouses into one of the largest, modern sound stage facilities in Western Canada. Bolstering the success of Vancouver Film Studios was Sacha’s role in the development of production service companies which included Pacific Backlot Services, a production equipment rentals company, and later, Signal Systems, a telecommunications company.

Sacha is a commercial helicopter and fixed wing pilot and in 2005, served as family lead on the expansion of the McLean Group’s aviation interests in partnership with John Morris of the Omega Air Corporation. The result was Blackcomb Aviation, a helicopter, jet charter, and aircraft management company. The company currently operates 26 aircraft out of permanent bases in Canada and the United States and is active in specialized aviation services to a diverse range of customers and industry sectors.

Sacha is a Director of the McLean Group and a Director with the Vancouver Board of Trade where he serves as Vice Chair of the Company of Young Professionals. He is also Chair of the Board of Advisors to the Business Families Centre at the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business. Sacha is a past board member of the Vancouver International Airport’s Advisory Environmental Committee and former Vice Chair of the Whistler Film Festival. Sacha McLean has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Economics and Geography from Queen’s University and in 2008, completed the Families in Business program at Harvard University.”

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3 comments:

  1. Wake up honorable Americans...wake up

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  2. Obey God and Keep his commandments. the fear of YHWH is the begining of wisdom. "But the Comforter, which is the HOLY GHOST,whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you. (Saint John 14:26). The true Sovreignty to Almighty God YHWH. Fear him only!

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  3. now hear this now hear this. this is a shill oops a mean DRILL. If this wasnt so serious I would be laughing me ed off, good people now see through this BS in a flash. stick thease animals through the spread bet timber shredder an video it. start at the R+R an work on down. Throw in the usurped monachy for good effect, EU IMF ECB UN the fourth reicht Bullingdon baw bags european elite an the vatican vultures, any more. open to educated hints. Send em to the HOBS of HELL.

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