Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the Grand Master of the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators Prince Andrew and his apparent authorization of Livery Company lotteries to fund a MI-2 murder-for-hire service, to the recent gas attacks in Syria allegedly involving MI-2’s use of Con Air planes to transport neurotoxins manufactured in Saudi Arabia under the Al Yamamah BAE weapons program and ‘false flag’ agents listed in the Foreign Fugitive File.
Con Air = MI-2's U.S. Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation system -- allegedly used since 1994 in violation of U.S. Code 1958 murder for hire
McConnell claims that MI-2 (Marcy Inkster Interpol) agents operate a global protection racket targeting the likes of Prince Andrew with pedophile traps at SOS Children’s Villages to extort monopoly control over Livery Company supply chains (108) with contract killings where the murderers are rewarded with a share of the proceeds of Skinners’ Hall lotteries or bona vacantia fines (cf. $400 million BAE al-Yamama).
MI-2 = Protection racket = Marcy (bona vacantia) + Inkster (escrow) + Interpol (Foreign Fugitive File)
MI-2 = Marine Intelligence and Investigation – unit set up in 1967 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12, published at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by the Marine Intelligence and Investigations (MI-2) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol (MI-2) protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall.
#1660 Marine Links MI-2 Murder-For-Hire Livery Lottery to Prince Andrew GAPAN, Air France 447 Nose-Up Stall
SOS staging locations for oath-taking and entrapment - Crown Agents - Kenya: First Country with SOS-Kinderdorf - Always 'for the children'
#1659 Marine Links MI-2 Skinners’ Patent-Pool Livery Lotteries to Clinton GyroChip and GAPAN 9/11
Star Chamber, SES, SOS Children Villages, Kristine Marcy [Haberdashers’ indestructible red bandanna]
Leaked Documents: U.S. Framed Syria in Chemical Weapons Attack
Syrian Rebels 1,300 Killed with Chemical Weapons
Wikileaks Prince Andrew Great Game diplomatic state department cable Xtranormal BAE Kyrgyzstan
“Syrian Rebels Manufactured Chemical Weapons Outside Damascus
By Fahim al-Surani
August 25, 2013
"Information Clearing House - "Voice Of Russia" - The Syrian military have discovered a warehouse with chemical agents in a suburb of Damascus. Correspondent of the Al-Ihbariya Syrian information channel Yara Saleh who was among the journalists who inspected the site of the scary find has given an exclusive interview to The Voice of Russia. She says that the discovered warehouse was at the same time a laboratory where shells were stuffed with poisonous chemicals.
The Syrian military found chemical weapons in the rebels’ tunnel located in the Jobar suburb of Damascus. Later the Syrian state TV showed the discovered poisonous agents and medical drugs.
Journalist Yara Saleh of the Al-Ihbariya Syrian information channel provided The Voice of Russia with more details about this discovery.
“The rebels launched two missiles filled with poisonous gas in the Jobar neighbourhood which caused Syrian soldiers’ nausea and asphyxia.
Some time later when the Syrian army managed to take that suburb by storm they found the warehouse and laboratory where shells were stored and stuffed with poisonous agents. Boxes with new gas masks were also found, they carried labels ‘Made in US’. The fact that the rebels did not use those gas masks proves that they had not been attacked with any poisonous gases.
Two glass vessels with labels ‘Made in Saudi Arabia’ were also found there. Weapons and explosives made in Saudi Arabia were found in Syria in the past as well. Experts will determine the contents of those vessels.
In addition, they found plastic vessels containing unidentified chemicals, some strange white powder and a lot of various explosives and munitions.
The Syrian government is concerned that the rebels might have more stocks of such chemical agents that they could use against civilians.”
On the 21st of August 2013 several western and Arab TV channels reported that chemical agents had been used in the Damascus suburbs of Ain Tarma, Zamalka and Jobar. According to the media, between 20 and 625 people died as a result of an attack with the use of shells containing the sarin nerve gas.
Representatives of the opposition claim that it was the Syrian army that used chemical weapons. A spokesman for the Syrian government has announced that this statement is a far cry from reality and is aimed at disrupting the UN experts’ work.
Russia has announced that, according to its information, on the 21st of August chemical agents were used in the suburbs of Damascus by the opposition units and not by President Bashar al-Assad’s army. Accusations against the government troops are based on unverified information.
On the 21st of August the UN Security Council held an extraordinary meeting and called for a thorough investigation of the reports about the tragedy in the suburbs of Damascus. Russia shares the view that a comprehensive investigation is indispensable. It can be carried out by the UN experts already stationed in Syria.
War chemicals found in Damascus suburb
Syrian army units combing the suburbs of a Damascus Saturday have found a cache with antidote used to treat victims of chemical weapons attacks, the Syrian state television reports.
The containers showed markings indicating that the antidote was produced by an unnamed Qatari-German firm. Earlier state television reported the discovery in the Jobar suburb of several barrels reportedly containing war chemicals allegedly made in Saudi Arabia.
The Syrian state news agency SANA insists the rebels used chemical weapons against government soldiers several of whom were rushed to a local hospital.
Syria: Soldiers find chemical agents in rebel tunnel - State TV
Syrian state television said soldiers found chemical agents in rebel tunnels in the Damascus suburb of Jobar on Saturday and said some soldiers were suffocating.
"Army heroes are entering the tunnels of the terrorists and saw chemical agents," state television quoted a "news source" as saying. "In some cases, soldiers are suffocating while entering Jobar," it said.
"Ambulances came to rescue the people who were suffocating in Jobar," it said, adding that an army unit was preparing to storm the suburb in which rebels fighting to oust President Bashar al-Assad are based.
Syrian activists accuse Assad's forces of launching a nerve gas attack in Jobar and other suburbs before dawn on Wednesday, killing hundreds.
Syria: 3,600 persons with neurotoxic symptoms in hospitals, 355 dead
Some 3,600 Syrians showed "neurotoxic symptoms" within the first three hours following an alleged chemical weapons attack on Wednesday, three Damascus-area hospitals reported to Doctors Without Borders (Medicins Sans Frontieres).
Of the patients that arrived on August 21, 355 reportedly died, the charity said in a statement released Saturday.
“The medical staff gave us detailed information in relation to a large amount of patients admitted with such symptoms as cramps, contracted pupils, problems with eyesight and short breath,” Dr. Bart Janssens, the MSF director of operations, said.
Damascus officials say that the capital’s suburbs were attacked Wednesday with chemical weapons by the opposition which, in its turn, shifts the blame onto the army.
Nonetheless, MSF could not “scientifically confirm the cause of these symptoms”.
“The reported symptoms of the patients, in addition to the epidemiological pattern of the events - characterized by the massive influx of patients in a short period of time, the origin of the patients, and the contamination of medical and first aid workers - strongly indicate mass exposure to a neurotoxic agent,” Janssens says in the report.
He also said that organization is unable to “establish who is responsible for the attack”.
Hospitals have been reportedly treating patients with atropine, an antidote drug used to cure nerve gas poisoning that MSF supply to the facilities.
It follows from the report that MSF will now replenish “empty stocks” and deliver additional medical supplies.
“In addition to 1,600 vials of atropine supplied over recent months, MSF has now dispatched 7,000 additional vials to facilities in the area. Treatment of neurotoxic patients is now being fully integrated into MSF’s medical strategies in all its programs in Syria,” stated Janssens.
There is 'proof' Syrian rebels used chemical weapons in conflict - Iran
Iran, the chief regional ally of Damascus, said on Saturday there is "proof" Syrian rebels used chemical weapons in their conflict with the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
"We are very concerned about information regarding the use of chemical weapons in Syria, and we strongly condemn the use of such weapons," foreign ministry spokesman Abbas Araqchi said, quoted by ISNA news agency.
"There is proof terrorist groups carried out this action," Araqchi said in reference to Wednesday's allegedly deadly attacks in the Damascus area, without elaborating. Iran also warned against any Western military intervention in the 29-month conflict, after the United States suggested it was weighing up such a possibility.
Iran also warned against any Western military intervention in the 29-month conflict, after the United States suggested it was weighing up such a possibility.
UN disarmament chief arrives in Damascus to push for chemical experts' access
UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs Angela Kane arrived in Syria on Saturday to push for access to a suspected chemical weapons attack site for UN inspectors, who are already in Syria to investigate previous accusations.
Kane arrived at the Four Seasons hotel in Damascus at midday (0900 GMT).
Angela Kane did not speak to reporters upon her arrival on Saturday in the Syrian capital.
Anti-government activists accuse President Bashar Assad’s regime of carrying out a toxic gas attack Wednesday on the eastern suburbs of Damascus and have reported death tolls ranging from 136 to 1,300.
The government calls the claims “absolutely baseless.”
The U.S., Britain, France and Russia have all urged the Assad regime and the rebels fighting to overthrow him to cooperate with the United Nations and allow U.N. experts already in Syria to look into the latest purported use of chemical agents.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Voice of Russia, Reuters, Washington Post, TASS, dpa, RT”
“Al Yamamah (Arabic: اليمامة The Dove) is the name of a series of a record arms sales by the United Kingdom to Saudi Arabia, which have been paid for by the delivery of up to 600,000 barrels (95,000 m3) of crude oil per day to theUK government. The prime contractor has been BAE Systems and its predecessor British Aerospace. The first sales occurred in September 1985 and the most recent contract for 72 Eurofighter Typhoon multirole fighters was signed in August 2006.
Mike Turner, the CEO of BAE Systems, said in August 2005 that BAE and its predecessor had earned £43 billion in twenty years from the contracts and that it could earn £40 billion more. It is Britain's largest ever export agreement, and employs some 5,000 people in Saudi Arabia.
In 2010, BAE Systems pleaded guilty to a United States court, to charges of false accounting and making misleading statements in connection with the sales.”
"The U.K. Guardian (here) reports that Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, took a keen interest in the SFO’s investigation of the BAE matter, specifically the al-Yamana deal with Saudi Arabia. According to the Guardian, Prince Andrew demanded a special meeting with the SFO, the SFO thought the request was out of order, but SFO Director Richard Alderman was ultimately summoned to Buckingham Palace in May 2008 for a meeting. The Guardian quotes the SFO as saying that “no confidential details” were discussed during the meeting. - See more at: http://www.fcpaprofessor.com/category/bae/page/3#sthash.RSo3sJFI.dpuf"
Thus, even if HR 5366 was enacted prior to February 2010, it would not have prevented BAE from securing federal government contracts because the DOJ did not charge BAE with any FCPA anti-bribery offenses.
How many federal government contracts has BAE secured since the DOJ alleged that the company “provided substantial benefits” to a Saudi public official “who was in a position of influence regarding” a lucrative fighter jet contract?
Judging just by BAE’s press releases (see here) many – so many that separate links would be distracting.
None stand out more than the $40 million contract BAE was recently awarded by the FBI “to provide critical information security safeguards, including certification and accreditation, to ensure the confidentiality and privacy of FBI computer networks in the United States and around the world.” (see here).
BAE’s conduct giving rise to the February 2010 enforcement action, in which BAE agreed to pay a $400 million criminal fine, “was investigated by FBI special agents who are part of the Washington Field Office’s dedicated FCPA squad.” (See here).
In connection with the BAE resolution, the FBI issued its own press release (see here).
In the release, Shawn Henry, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office stated: “competition is one of the foundations of our economic system,” and “corporations and individuals who conspire to defeat this basic economic principle not only cause harm but ultimately shake the public’s confidence in the entire system.”
The public’s confidence in the entire system is shaken, but not for the reason Henry articulated.
- See more at: http://www.fcpaprofessor.com/category/bae/page/3#sthash.RSo3sJFI.dpuf”
“Search 18 U.S.C. § 1958 : US Code - Section 1958: Use of interstate commerce facilities in the commission of murder-for-hire
(a) Whoever travels in or causes another (including the intended victim) to travel in interstate or foreign commerce, or uses or causes another (including the intended victim) to use the mail or any facility of interstate or foreign commerce, with intent that a murder be committed in violation of the laws of any State or the United States as consideration for the receipt of, or as consideration for a promise or agreement to pay, anything of pecuniary value, or who conspires to do so, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for not more than ten years, or both; and if personal injury results, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for not more than twenty years, or both; and if death results, shall be punished by death or life imprisonment, or shall be fined not more than $250,000, or both.
(b) As used in this section and section 1959 -
(1) "anything of pecuniary value" means anything of value in the form of money, a negotiable instrument, a commercial interest, or anything else the primary significance of which is economic advantage;
(2) "facility of interstate or foreign commerce" includes means of transportation and communication; and
(3) "State" includes a State of the United States, the District of Columbia, and any commonwealth, territory, or possession of the United States.”
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