McConnell alleges that Gorelick and Marcy were de facto custodians of IMDb/JABS databases at the time of the Sandy Hook Elementary School and the Aurora Theater massacres when allegedly-treasonous Cisco agents equipped production crews and parolees listed in those databases, with ‘Hastily Formed Wag the Dog Networks’.
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WAG THE DOG - Trailer - (1997) – HQ [tt0120885]
“Boston Marathon bomb scene pictures taken by investigators show the remains of an explosive device. The photos were produced by the Joint Terrorism Task Force of Boston, provided to Reuters April 16, 2013 by a U.S. government official who declined to be identified. (REUTERS)”
IMDb title/tt0094963 Dead Pool toy car bomb
Vancouver Film Studios - Unified Communications [with Cisco’s Entrust PKI keys in custody of Jason McLean]
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“WASHINGTON - The two bombs that went off at the Boston Marathon, killing three people and wounding 264, were detonated with the kind of remote device used to control a toy car, U.S. investigators told a House of Representatives panel on Wednesday. “It was a remote control for toy cars,” U.S. Representative Dutch Ruppersberger, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, told reporters after officials from the Department of Homeland Security, FBI and National Center for Counterterrorism briefed the committee.”
“http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120885/ Wag the Dog (1997) 97 min - Comedy | Drama - 9 January 1998 (USA)
Your rating: -/10
Ratings: 7.1/10 from 51,934 users Metascore: 73/100
Reviews: 205 user | 128 critic | 22 from Metacritic.com
Before elections, a spin-doctor and a Hollywood producer join efforts to "fabricate" a war in order to cover-up a presidential sex scandal.
Barry Levinson Writers: Larry Beinhart (book), Hilary Henkin (screenplay), 1 more credit » Stars: Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro, Anne Heche | See full cast and crew” “http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118880/ "Newsnight" .... Herself - Deputy US Attorney General 1994-1997 (1 episode, 2007) - Episode dated 21 February 2007 (2007) TV episode .... Herself - Deputy US Attorney General 1994-1997 "This Week" .... Herself (1 episode, 2006) - Episode dated 10 September 2006 (2006) TV episode .... Herself”
“Amazon board [custodian of IMDb database] adds Jamie Gorelick, former Fannie Mae and DOJ official
February 10, 2012 at 4:47 am by Todd Bishop
Amazon.com just added a new board member: Jamie S. Gorelick, a veteran of the U.S. government and no stranger to controversy. The company announced the appointment in an SEC filing a short time ago. Gorelick, a litigator at the law firm WilmerHale, was a long-running U.S. Deputy Attorney General who worked as vice chair of Fannie Mae from 1997 to 2003, served on the 9/11 Commission and represented BP following the Gulf oil spill.
Her current roles including serving as co-chair of a key American Bar Association Commission on Legal Ethics.
Amazon’s board, led by founder Jeff Bezos as chairman, previously had nine members, including investor Tom Alberg, former Microsoft and Gates Foundation executive Patty Stonesifer, former Apple and Palm executive Jon Rubinstein, video-game vet Bing Gordon and Sling Media vet Blake Krikorian.
The election of Gorelick would bring the total to 10. We’re checking with Amazon to see if any other changes are being made. Venture capitalist John Doerr left the Amazon board in 2010.
“Ms. Gorelick’s career has spanned the legal, policy and corporate landscape,” notes her WilmerHale bio. “Over the course of her career, she has represented diverse interests in complex civil and criminal litigation, internal corporate investigations and counseling on issues at the intersection of law, policy and governance. As one of Washington’s best-known litigators, Ms. Gorelick has represented corporations and individuals in a wide array of problems, particularly in the regulatory and enforcement arenas.”
In a 2002 interview, Gorelick defended the proportion of the U.S. mortgage market held by Fannie Mae, telling BusinessWeek, “We believe we are managed safely.” Gorelick’s comments were brought back into the spotlight after Fannie Mae was subsequently caught up in an accounting investigation that led to a lawsuit and settlement with former Fannie Mae CEO Franklin Raines.
In political circles, she is known for a policy called “Gorelick’s Wall,” based on a 1995 memo setting guidelines for the separation law enforcement and military intelligence activities. The policy became a subject of controversy during the 9/11 Commission hearings when it was cited by then-Attorney General John Ashcroft ”the single greatest structural cause for September 11. [for which Gorelick should have been charged for Misprision of Treason]”
Gorelick disputed that assertion in a Washington Post opinion piece, saying the memo didn’t invent policy but rather implemented the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) and federal court decisions that interpreted the law.
Amazon’s SEC filing says the board also appointed Gorelick to the Leadership Development and Compensation Committee. As part of her election, she was granted a restricted stock award of 3,600 Amazon shares, vesting over three years, or about $665,000 at yesterday’s closing price of $184.98.”
“Vancouver Film Studios Gets 'Blockbuster' Benefits from Cisco Unified Communications
Vancouver Film Studios, Canada's premier film and television production centre, is improving client service, reducing costs and growing operations after implementing Cisco Unified Communications, a suite offering voice, data and video products and applications specifically designed to help organizations of all sizes to communicate more effectively.
Vancouver Film Studios (VFS) is a full-service film and television production facility that provides everything from sound stages and office space to grip and lighting equipment. Working in one of the world's most demanding industries has resulted in an ongoing focus on customer service.
"At any given time, we can have thousands of people working at our facility, spending millions of dollars on a production in just a few months," said Gordon Hawkins, network and systems administrator for VFS. "And every production manager has a different idea of how they want to handle calls. Our Cisco Unified Communications solution allows us to deliver the customized features our clients want, quickly and easily."
Prior to its Cisco Unified Communications deployment, VFS struggled to adequately service the telephony needs of its demanding client base. "We were raking up significant adds, moves and changes costs every time a new production moved in. Unique customer needs were usurping a lot of employee time and energy," added Hawkins.
When its private branch exchange (PBX) phone system reached capacity in 2001, the studio, already running a Cisco data network [allegedly used by Cisco agents to equip Gorelick’s Internet Movie Data base (IMDb) production crews and Marcy’s Nortel Joint Automated Booking System (JABS) parolees with Cisco routers to detonate the bombs which demolished WTC #7] , made the "easy decision" to deploy a Cisco Unified Communications solution. "It's exactly the kind of technology we need for the film industry. As we grow bigger and bigger, this resilient, highly available and customizable communications system scales with us," said Hawkins. VFS utilizes Cisco CallManager, Cisco Unity® and 500 Cisco Internet Protocol phones in multiple buildings.
Since deploying their solution, VFS has continued to expand its communications capabilities, most recently by adding the Berbee InformaCast® paging solution to allow VFS clients to communicate with each other immediately within their temporary office buildings. Hawkins chose the IP-based paging solution to meet the demands of a multiuser environment with a wide variety of tenants with many different needs.
"Any organization that needs to do large-scale paging, including across multiple facilities and locations, is the ideal customer for InformaCast," said Ken Bywaters, vice president of voice products for Berbee Information Networks Corp. "With Berbee's InformaCast, customers can use the displays on the IP phones to page out text, and give their clients access to Webpages so they can design their own pages and push them out."
Available as a component of the Cisco Unified Communications system, Berbee InformaCast is a robust, full-featured paging system that allows users to simultaneously push an audio stream and/or text message to multiple Cisco IP phones, InformaCast IP speakers, the InformaCast desktop agent, or an overhead paging system. An administrator may select a prerecorded message or send a live broadcast [and a detonation signal] through either a password-protected Webpage, or the IP phone services menu.”
“The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is an online database of information related to films, television programs, and video games. This includes actors, production crew personnel, and fictional characters featured in these three visual entertainment media. It is one of the most popular online entertainment destinations, with over 100 million unique users each month and a solid and rapidly growing mobile presence. IMDb was launched on October 17, 1990, and in 1998 was acquired by Amazon.com. [Director Jamie “The 9/11 Wall” Gorelick] As of March 22, 2013, IMDb had 2,467,314 titles (includes episodes) and 5,132,299 personalities in its database, as well as 42 million registered users. The website has an Alexa rank of 48.”
“http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094963/reviews Reviews & Ratings for The Dead Pool More at IMDbPro » …. Last ''Dirty Harry'' And A Good One, 25 June 2006
ccthemovieman-1 from United States This was the fifth and last "Dirty Harry" movie with Clint Eastwood playing the hero again, Inspector Harry Callahan, cleaning up the streets of San Francisco from all the scumbag criminals. I've always found "The Dead Pool" to be one of his best in this series.
It's entertaining with pretty taut suspense and always fun to go back and see a young Jim Carrey. It's always cool, too, to watch those little remote-control cars with bombs attached go speeding through the streets underneath automobiles. At an hour-and-a-half, there are no dry spots in this film, either.
The female lead, Patricia Clarkson, is not one of my favorites. Eastwood seems to like those skinny blonds. Evan Kim, playing "Harry's" new partner, "Al Quan," was a likable guy. Even Harry's slightly more low-key in this movie, his language more tame and he gets in a few comedic zingers as well. Carrey plays a totally-despicable drugged-out rock star but he doesn't last long in the film. Carry and Liam Neeson play low-life people and combine to put some sleaze into the story.
Despite the usual less-than-credible action scenes at the end (where the villains miss from point-blank range, etc.), this is still a very entertaining movie and one of my favorites among the "Dirty Harry" films. Clint went out in style with this film.”
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