Tuesday, July 2, 2013

#1594: Marine Links CAI General Haig’s Bombers Key to Pressure Cooker Boston Marathon, B.C. RCMP

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linkedEntrust public key infrastructure, apparently developed for bombers deployed since 1993 by CAI special investor the late General Alexander ‘Stargate’ Haig, to detonation signal paths allegedly re-configured by the RCMP for the pressure-cooker bombing of the Boston Marathon and the B.C. legislature on Canada Day. 

McConnell alleges that the life of CAI General Stargate’s MGM post-production coordinator Deborah Furlong was ended in a contrived Death by GPS event in Ireland on April 11, 2013, after Entrust key users in Stargate Command and the RCMP learned of her ‘Cold Squad’ whistleblower tendencies four days before the CAI detonation signal paths were to be reconfigured for the Boston pressure-cooker bombs.

Prequel:
#1493 Marine Links Furlong CTV Cold Squad Cisco Keys to Derail-Train, Boston-Bomb Plots


Pressure Cooker: FBI Releases Photo of Remnants of Boston Bombing Device


“During the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, two pressure cooker bombsexploded at 2:49 pm EDT (18:49 UTC), killing 3 people and injuring 264 others.[3]The bombs exploded about 13 seconds and 210 yards (190 m) apart, near the finish line on Boylston Street.[2][8] The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) took over the investigation, and on April 18, released photographs and surveillance video of two suspects.[9][10][11] The suspects were identified later that day as the Chechen brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

Shortly after the FBI released the images, the suspects allegedly killed an MIT police officercarjacked an SUV, and initiated an exchange of gunfire with the police in Watertown, Massachusetts. During the firefight, a MBTA police officerwas injured but survived, in spite of severe blood loss. Tamerlan Tsarnaev was run over by his brother Dzhokhar, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was injured but escaped. An unprecedented manhunt ensued on April 19, with thousands of law enforcement officers searching a 20-block area of Watertown.[12]

Two arrested in alleged terror plot targeting B.C. legislature on Canada Day
By Matthew Coutts | Daily Brew – 9 hours ago

The arrest of two people on Canada Day helped avoid a terrorist attack that would have seen the B.C. legislature targeted by an explosive device, RCMP said on Tuesday.

John Stewart Nuttall and Amanda Korody have been charged with the knowing facilitation of a terrorist act, possession of an explosive device and conspiring to commit an indictable offence in connection to an alleged attack planned on the provincial legislature.

The charges were part of a “national security investigation” dubbed Project Souvenir, launched in February based on information received from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.

Officials with the RCMP described the two suspects as “self-radicalized” terrorists who were willing and ready to cause mass causalities on the public.

“These individuals were inspired by al Qaeda ideology,” Assistant Commissioner James Malitzia told a news conference, adding that it was a domestic threat without international affiliation.

“While the RCMP believes the threat was real, at no time was the security of the public at risk.”

The B.C. legislature is a busy public building, which would have been teeming with locals and tourists on Canada Day. A busy schedule of holiday activities were held around the area on Monday.

B.C. Premier Christy Clark addressed the alleged plot from the steps of the legislature building on Tuesday.

"Our parliament stands strong. We are back at work today, undeterred and undaunted, a day after thousands of patriotic Canadians gathered on these grounds to celebrate the founding of our nation. I am incredibly relieved to know there was never any risk to anyone," Clark told reporters.

"Let me say this about those who would resort to terror: You will not succeed. You will not succeed in damaging our democratic institutions. Just as importantly, you will not succeed in tearing down the values that make this country strong."

During a press conference to announce the arrests, officers shared images of several devices seized as part of the investigation. The devices appear to be pressure cooker pots which would have been intended to contain explosive material, much like the devices used in the recent Boston Marathon bombing.

Officers clarified that there was no connection between Monday’s attempted attack in B.C. and the attack on Boston in April.

Assistant Commissioner Wayne Rideout said Project Souvenir had been following the two suspects for several months leading up to the day of the planned attack.

While Rideout would not discuss the techniques used to investigate and oversee the preparations of the alleged explosive devices, he said the public was never placed in danger. "We were able to control and ensure that the devices constructed were unable to detonate and cause harm to other individuals," he said. “As these devices were constructed, we were in very tight control.”

Nuttall, 38, and Korody, 28, were arrested without incident in Abbotsford, B.C. on Monday. They were scheduled to appear in a Surrey courtroom Tuesday 
morning.

The investigation was coordinated by the RCMP-led Integrated National Security Enforcement Teams, a counter-terrorist force established in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2011, terror attacks in the United States.

The arrests come little more than two months after RCMP in Ontario arrested two suspects they claim were plotting a terrorist attack on a passenger train outside of Toronto.

In that case, the suspects were believed to have direct links to al Qaeda operatives working in Iran.”

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