On May 2, 2009, McConnell alerted U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, and R.C. (Dick) Bent, RCMP Chief Superintendent, Deputy Criminal Operations Officer (Contract) "E" Division, to the risks of [Nortel and Cisco] Entrust man-in-the-middle bombing attacks on American and Canadian assets around the world.
McConnell has recently learned that McLean – the McLean Group’s CEO for Vancouver Film Studios and the Signal Systems’ Cisco production unit – had motive, opportunity and weapon to mingle IMDb actors with felons at the Beaudry crime scene and ensure that IHIT followed one of the late Deborah Furlong’s Cold Squad scripts to nowhere.
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IHIT seeking tips on anniversary of Wendy Ladner-Beaudry murder
April 3, 2013. 8:51 am • Section: The Real Scoop
Homicide investigators are hoping for new tips in the 2009 murder of Wendy Ladner-Beaudry while running in a trail off Pacific Spirit Park.
Family members of Ladner-Beaudry spoke to reporters at the park later Wednesday morning to mark the fourth anniversary of her slaying. She was attacked on April 3, 2009 and left lying on a trail suffering from blunt force trauma.
“A motive for Wendy’s murder is still unclear. Investigators continue to identify and interview persons of interest, but depending on their level of cooperation it is difficult to definitively rule them out as a person of interest,” Sgt.
Jennifer Pound, of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, said. “The evidence that investigators retrieve throughout an investigation is essentially a voice for the murder victim. It tells a story about what happened and why. In this rare case, the evidence does not explain a motive for this killing.” She said someone in the community knows what happened.
“Four years is a long time to sit on information that could potentially offer hope to a grieving family,” she said.
IHIT wants anyone with information to call1-877-551-4448 or CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-800-222-TIPS.”
“[Jason McLean’s Signal Systems] Production Services We work closely with film crews in British Columbia and have a clear understanding of the communication and data management services they require on set, on location, and in their production offices. Our radio services include Motorola and Icom set radios plus an extensive Trunked Radio Network specifically designed for film units shooting in the Lower Mainland and beyond. This network now extends radio coverage to Richmond, Tsawwassen, Ladner, Delta, and Langley. We also provide fully managed Cisco telephones and networks which enables immediate set-up and deployment for [snuff] film crews and [MitM sabotage, assassination and Wag the Dog] production offices [anywhere in the world]. Additionally, we provide a comprehensive range of video conferencing services [allegedly for spread-betting body counts at mass casualty events such as Sandy Hook or Lac Megantic]. Options in this area include boardroom rentals at Vancouver Film Studios equipped with video conferencing equipment, and/or portable video conference units which can be delivered and installed at any site having an active internet connection [as in Benghazi 9/11].”
Tactical & Deployable Communications Packages The PacStar 4000-series products are based upon Cisco routers that are part of a converged voice and data solution that connects via LAN or satellite and uses Voice over IP (VoIP) or analog phones. The 4000-series products provide full PBX (Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express) and network functionality.
Products included in the 4000-series are:
PacStar 4500 Commander Kit
PacStar 4510 Dual ESR Commander Kit
PacStar 4400 Modular Communications Access Package
PacStar 4100 Initial Entry Package
PacStar 4050 Tactical Communications Package
PacStar 4500 Commander Kit (CK) with ESR
The PacStar 4500 Commander Kit is a lightweight, compact, and secure communications package that provides voice, data and video communications for combatant commanders and other high-profile users. The PacStar 4500 provides either a tunneled or “cipher text core” architecture with access to classified and unclassified DoD networks, such as SIPRNet, JWICS, and NIPRNet.
The black enclave contains a Cisco ASA 5505 firewall with FIPS 140-2 VPN and routing capabilities. The red enclave contains a small form factor, high performance Cisco 5915 ESR router with enterprise-class routing features. The red enclave can be separated from the core to meet stringent security requirements. The system is compatible with any inline HAIPE-certified devices providing encryption, which may be provided as GFE.
The system is based on open standards and contains proven, reliable, Cisco hardware.
The system supports worldwide AC power input and has a DOT-certified, lithium-ion, laptop-style battery for up to 2 hours of runtime.
The PacStar 4500 was designed to be discreet, with a form factor that draws minimal attention. It weighs 10 lbs and fits in a standard laptop bag or backpack. The system sets up in minutes and is easy to use.
The PacStar 4500 accepts any IP-over-Ethernet input for backhaul, including BGAN, VSAT, 3G wireless network, wired LAN, or Wi-Fi.”
“JASON D.D. MCLEAN Jason McLean is President and Chief Executive Officer of the McLean Group, a Vancouver-based family business active in real estate, the film and television industry [Signal Systems CSI management], and charter aviation. Prior to joining the McLean Group, Jason worked as Special Assistant in the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada (2000-2002), primarily leading advance teams to Africa, China, the United States and Europe in preparation for NATO and APEC meetings, G8 summits, and other major trade and diplomatic consultations. A lawyer by trade, LLB (UBC) 1999 and BA (UBC) 1995, Jason was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2000. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Owner President Management Program and holds the ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors.
In addition to his corporate board appointments, Jason has been a Director of the Vancouver Board of Trade since 2005, and in 2010-2011 served as Chair. Jason is currently serving on the Dean’s Advisory Committee for the National Centre for Business Law at UBC, and is a past board member and chair of the finance committee for the Vancouver Police Board (2008-2011) [when he killed CSI into the Starnet online gaming and interactive pig farm S&M]. In 2009, Jason was the recipient of a Top 40 Under 40 Award from Business in Vancouver.”
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