Saturday, July 27, 2013

#1626: Marine Links Sidley’s Signal Systems Cisco Hacks to Jason’s Bombardier Spot-Fixed Racks

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Sidley Austin’s apparent development of a Signal Systems Cisco hacking community for online-games services to clients, to Jason McLean’s alleged bookmaker-agency role in establishing a spot-fixed mass-casualty body count for a Bombardier Alvia Series 730 train as it came off its tracks in Spain at 96-112 mph on July 24, 2013.

Remote ignition of incendiaries to destroy spot-fix evidence – same M.O. as Michael Hastings car crash.

Zee News: Watch high-speed train crash in Spain

Prequel 1:
#1624: Marine Links Bullingdon Spread-Bet Pimp to SS Jason Repeaters, Bombardier Body-Count Spain

Prequel 2:
#1618: Marine Links Starnet Paulson's Cisco Triggers to Signal Systems’ Dial-a-Yield Boston Bombs


Barack Obama's Crew


Hackers (Interview/Making Of)

Dial a Yield with Signals Systems portable repeater? White smoke from alumino-thermic reaction involving the oxidation of Aluminum (Al) powder by a metal oxide (MxOy): 2 Al(s) + MxOy(s) = Al2O3(s) + 3x M(s)?

Train involved in Spanish crash built by Bombardier and Talgo-Bombardier
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TORONTO, July 25 | Thu Jul 25, 2013 10:25am EDT
(Reuters) - Canadian train and plane maker Bombardier Inc said on Thursday the train involved in the Spanish rail crash that killed at least 78 people was built by its consortium with Spanish intercity passenger train maker Talgo.

A spokeswoman for Spanish state train company Renfe described the train as an Alvia Series 730, used on the Madrid to Coruna route.”

FEBRUARY 20, 2001
Sidley & Austin Advises KPMG Consulting Inc. in its $2.3 Billion IPO [Spoliation inference McLean and Sidley Austin used Signal-Systems Cisco platforms for spot-fixing body counts on 9/11 cf. 343 FDNY]
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.” 


“On July 23, 1970, a federal grand jury in Detroit indicted 13 members of the Weatherman group, including Dohrn [Sidley Austin mentor – 1984-1988 – for the ‘90s development of Signal Systems Cisco platforms and a body-count hackers community] , accusing them of conspiring, in the words of a U.S. Senate committee report, “to build a nationwide revolutionary network to bomb and kill.”

Bombardier Completes Refinancing
Amount: 4.30 B
Date Closed: Monday, December 18, 2006
Published in Magazine: Thursday, March 01, 2007


On December 18, 2006, Bombardier Inc. entered into a new €4.3 billion syndicated letter of credit facility completing its 2006 refinancing initiative, which included, in addition to the letter of credit facility, the issuance in Europe and the United States of €1.9 billion aggregate principal amount of senior notes and a debt tender offer in Europe. The senior note offering marks the largest high-yield debt offering in Europe by a Canadian corporate issuer.

The issuance of Bombardier's senior notes, which was completed on November 16, 2006, was effected on an institutional private placement basis in Europe and the United States. The issuance was comprised of three tranches of notes, namely €800 million of Floating Rate Senior Notes due 2013, US$385 million of 8 per cent Senior Notes due 2014 and €800 million of 7.25 per cent Senior Notes due 2016. The placement of Senior Notes was led by Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., JP Morgan Securities Ltd. and BNP Paribas Securities Corp, as joint lead and joint book-running managers.

A portion of the net proceeds of the senior notes issuance was used to fund tender offers in Europe by Bombardier and its affiliate Bombardier Capital Funding Limited Partnership. Pursuant to those tender offers, which closed on November 17, 2006, Bombardier Capital Funding repurchased approximately €232 million of its 6.125 per cent Notes due 2007 and Bombardier repurchased approximately €218 million of its 5.75 per cent Notes due 2008.

Deutsche Bank AG acted as dealer-manager for the tender offers.

On December 18, 2006, Bombardier entered into a new €4.3 billion syndicated letter of credit facility to replace existing North American and European facilities. ABN Amro Bank N.V., Bayern LB, BNP Paribas, Calyon, Commerzbank Aktiengesellschaft, Deutsche Bank AG, Dresdner Kleinwort, JP Morgan PLC and KfW are acting as lead arrangers for Bombardier's new letter of credit facility.

The transactions were led in-house by Daniel Desjardins, senior vice president and general counsel, Alain Doré, senior director, legal services and Chantal Robitaille, senior director, legal services. Ogilvy Renault LLP in Montreal and London and Sidley Austin LLP in New York acted as counsel to Bombardier. Ogilvy Renault's team was comprised of Paul Raymond, Peter Noble, Solomon Sananes, Pete Wiazowski, Niko Veilleux and Susan Mann (corporate and securities), Robert Borduas, Nicola Ezra and Alain Ricard (banking) and Jules Charette and Éric Gélinas (tax). Sidley Austin's team was comprised of Chris Hilbert, Andrew Nelson, Alexi Poretz and Sarah Coad (corporate and securities), John Bonacum (banking) and Michael Mann (tax).

The joint lead and joint book-running managers for the issuance of senior notes were represented on Canadian law matters by Stikeman Elliott LLP, with a team that included Jean-Marc Huot, Sherry Roth, Nicolas Vanasse and Stéphanie Raymond-Bougie (corporate), and on US law matters by Davis Polk & Wardwell, with a team that included Richard Drucker, Richard Truesdell, Jeffrey Pohlman and Ben McAdams. The lead arrangers for the new letter of credit facility were represented in Europe by Allen & Overy LLP with a team comprised of Peter Shultz and Tim Crocker, and on Canadian law matters by Stikeman Elliott LLP, with a team that included Jean Lamothe (banking) and Luc Bernier and Jean-Guillaume Shooner (tax).”


IVY TSENG is an associate in Sidley’s Hong Kong office. Ms. Tseng has represented issuers and underwriters in initial public offerings on the New York Stock Exchange, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and the Indonesia Stock Exchange as well as Rule 144A/Regulation S high yield bond offerings. Ms. Tseng has also represented issuers in cross-border equity and debt tender offers. Her practice focuses on corporate finance and capital markets transactions. Prior to joining Sidley, Ms. Tseng served as a law clerk for Chief Justice Ruth V. McGregor of the Arizona Supreme Court. Ms. Tseng speaks fluent English and Mandarin.

Ms. Tseng’s representative transactions include advising:
Sands China Ltd. in connection with its IPO listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Main Board with concurrent global placement pursuant to Regulation S and Rule 144A. Sands China is the Macau-unit of the Las Vegas Sands Corp. casino operators. Proceeds: US$2.5 billion. This transaction was named Equity Deal of the Year by IFLR and by China Law and Practice in 2010; 

Deutsche Bank AG, Hong Kong Branch and Lehman Brothers Asia Limited, as joint global coordinators and joint sponsors, in connection with the initial public offering by Kingsoft Corporation Limited, a leading software developer, distributor and online games service provider in China. The IPO consisted of a public offering on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Main Board and global placement pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S. Proceeds: US$113.2 million.” 

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