Tuesday, August 13, 2013

#1643: Marine Links FDNY Culling by Inkster and Marcy to The Insurers Fraud at Aldermanbury

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Norman Inkster and Kristine Marcy’s apparent use of the Foreign Fugitive File at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington to hire agents to cull 343 members of the Fire Department of New York on 9/11, to ‘dead-peasant’ insurance frauds allegedly set up by insiders of the Worshipful Companies of Firefighters and Insurers based at The Insurers Hall, Aldermanbury, near London Wall.

McConnell notes that British Invisibles’ Company (BIC) Insurers in New York in 1984 appear to have shown Barack Obama how to arbitrage leveraged leases with currency swaps to cover the cost of hiring foreign saboteurs through Inkster’s RCMP and Marcy’s INS Detention and Deportation Program to trigger fraudulent dead-peasant life insurance claims of the kind witnessed at the 9/11 crime scenes.

McConnell also notes that Norman Inkster, 18th Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, played a key role in procuring the RCMP/VPD/9-1-1 mobile radio system from Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates for the alleged use of Foreign Fugitives in the 1993 attack on the World Trade Center, and in 2001, to jam the FDNY radios, create an ambush and place a spot-fixed body count of 343 killed within the bookmaker’s spread bet range of 340-360 firefighters to be culled.

Prequel 1:
#1641: Marine Links Skinners’ Inkster Campbell KPMG Protection Racket to bcIMC Pacific Rim 6/7 Arson

Prequel 2: 

 Stratum Zero Killers “Death by GMT” - Book 11 Chapter 25

Silverstein Insurance Fraud Scandal & Trial


Port Authority fire repeater system (Repeater 7) [edit source | editbeta]

The Port Authority repeater, intended to allow communications inside the towers, did not appear to work as intended on September 11. The system, also called Port Authority Channel 30, was installed after the 1993 World Trade Center attack. News accounts said the system had been turned off for unspecified technical reasons. The Commission report said it was customary to turn the system off because it somehow caused interference to radios in use at fire operations in other parts of the city. The documentary film gives different information, with a Fire Department member from Engine 7/Ladder 1 claiming that the aircraft's impact caused the system to fail. Evidence suggests the remote control console in the lobby command was not working but the repeater was. The radio repeater was located in 5 World Trade Center. A remote control console was connected to the repeater allowing staff at the North Tower lobby command post to communicate without using a hand-held radio.

Motorola T-1300 series remote controlis built in a telephone housing. The dial is replaced with a speaker and volume control. This remote control uses a two-wire circuit to control a base station.

In a review of the logging recorder track of the Port Authority repeater, someone arrived early during the incident and began to establish a command post. From the command post in the lobby of the North Tower (1 World Trade Center), the user can be heard trying to transmit using a remote control unit. After several failed attempts to communicate with a user on the channel, the user steps through every channel selection on the remote, trying each one. The recording contains the tone remote control console stepping through all of its eight function tones. Someone says, "...the wireline isn't working," over the Port Authority channel. Something that looks like a Motorola T-1380-series remote is shown in the documentary. The fact that users pressing buttons on the remote control can clearly be heard on the logging recorder shows the transmit audio path was working. The recording does not reveal whether or not the console function tones were keying the transmitter.[19]

Some users in the North Tower lobby interpreted the remote control unit not working as a failure of the entire channel. Other fire units, not knowing the channel had failed, arrived and began using it successfully. The recordings show at least some units were successfully using the repeater to communicate inside the North Tower until the moment it collapsed.[20] The Commission report says the lobby command may not have worked because the volume control was turned all the way down or because a button that must be pressed to enable it had not been pushed.[21]

On the audio track, an outside agency, possibly in New Jersey and using a repeater, comes through the receive audio on the Port Authority Repeater 7 system. An ambulance being dispatched by the outside (non-FDNY) agency is heard. This may be what the FDNY had described as interference caused when the repeater was left enabled at all times. The distant user appears to be repeated through the system, (possibly on the same CTCSS tone as was configured in Repeater 7). This appears to be a distant co-channel user on the same input frequency as Repeater 7. It's possible that by the random button pressing, a user sent a function tone that temporarily put the base station in monitor and that's what caused the outside agency's traffic to be heard. This is unlikely because subsequent transmit function tones should have toggled the receiver from monitor back to CTCSS-enabled.[22]

“The Fire Department of New York. The 11,000-member FDNY was headed by a fire commissioner who, unlike the police commissioner, lacked operational authority. Operations were headed by the chief of department- the sole five-star chief.19
The FDNY was organized in nine separate geographic divisions. Each division was further divided into between four to seven battalions. Each battalion contained typically between three and four engine companies and two to four ladder companies. In total, the FDNY had 205 engine companies and 133 ladder companies. On-duty ladder companies consisted of a captain or lieutenant and five firefighters; on-duty engine companies consisted of a captain or lieutenant and normally four firefighters. Ladder companies' primary function was to conduct rescues; engine companies focused on extinguishing fires.20

The FDNY's Specialized Operations Command (SOC) contained a limited number of units that were of particular importance in responding to a terrorist attack or other major incident. The department's five rescue companies and seven squad companies performed specialized and highly risky rescue operations.21
The logistics of fire operations were directed by Fire Dispatch Operations Division, which had a center in each of the five boroughs. All 911 calls concerning fire emergencies were transferred to FDNY dispatch.22

As of September 11, FDNY companies and chiefs responding to a fire used analog, point-to-point radios that had six normal operating channels. Typically, the companies would operate on the same tactical channel, which chiefs on the scene would monitor and use to communicate with the firefighters. Chiefs at a fire operation also would use a separate command channel. Because these point-to-point radios had weak signal strength, communications on them could be heard only by other FDNY personnel in the immediate vicinity. In addition, the FDNY had a dispatch frequency for each of the five boroughs; these were not point-to-point channels and could be monitored from around the city.23

The FDNY's radios performed poorly during the 1993 WTC bombing for two reasons. First, the radios signals often did not succeed in penetrating the numerous steel and concrete floors that separated companies attempting to communicate; and second, so many different companies were attempting to use the same point-to-point channel that communications became unintelligible.24

The Port Authority installed, at its own expense, a repeater system in 1994 to greatly enhance FDNY radio communications in the difficult high-rise environment of the Twin Towers. The Port Authority recommended leaving the repeater system on at all times. The FDNY requested, however, that the repeater be turned on only when it was actually needed because the channel could cause interference with other FDNY operations in Lower Manhattan. The repeater system was installed at the Port Authority police desk in 5 WTC, to be activated by members of the Port Authority police when the FDNY units responding to the WTC complex so requested. However, in the spring of 2000 the FDNY asked that an activation console for the repeater system be placed instead in the lobby fire safety desk of each of the towers, making FDNY personnel entirely responsible for its activation. The Port Authority complied.25
Between 1998 and 2000, fewer people died from fires in New York City than in any three-year period since accurate measurements began in 1946.Fire-fighter deaths-a total of 22 during the 1990s-compared favorably with the most tranquil periods in the department's history.26”

The Worshipful Company of Firefighters is one of the 108 livery companies of the City of London. The Company's aim is to promote the development and advancement of the science, art and the practice of firefighting, fire prevention and life safety. It operates essentially as a charitable organisation, and also encourages professionalism and the exchange of information between members and others who work in allied fields.

One of the new City livery companies, its origins date from 1988 with the founding of the Guild of Firefighters. The Company of Firefighters was recognised by the City of London Corporation from 13 June 1995 as a company without livery; it was granted livery by the Court of Aldermen on 23 October 2001, thereby becoming the Worshipful Company of Firefighters.

The Firefighters' Company ranks 103rd in the livery companies' order of precedence and is based at The Insurance Hall on Aldermanbury, near London Wall, a building it co-habits with the Worshipful Company of InsurersThe clerk to the Firefighters' Company is Sir Martin Bonham, Bt.

The Firefighters' coat of arms is blazoned: Quarterly: 1 and 3, Argent on three Bars wavy Azure a Firehelmet Or; 2 and 4, Argent over all a Cross Gules and in pale a Sword downwards Argent; and, its motto is Flammas Oppugnantes Fidimus Deo.”

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1 comment:

  1. I know that the sorry SOB's who were behind 9/11 are vicious, depraved, sadistic, murderous, greedy thugs who think no more of killing a human than we would swatting a fly, but this betting on the number of lives to be lost is incredible, but I guess plausible, considering that when you get to that hierarchy, you need something besides the usual to interest your sickness.


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