Thursday, August 29, 2013

#1666 Marine Links Obama Pay-OFF 6s & 7s to MI-2 Prince in Middle Attacks on Syria Gas, Sandy Hook

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Barack Obama and Pay-OFF 6s & 7s* to MI-2’s use of Prince [Andrew] to support Man-in-the-Middle attacks on FBI crime scene investigations into the Syria-gassing and Sandy Hook-shooting contract hits.

Pay-OFF 6s & 7s* = Hit team payments through Obama’s Foreign-Fugitive-File False-Flag Forfeiture Fund 

McConnell claims Obama extorted authority from MI-2’s Prince Andrew to launch Man-in-the-Middle attacks with tainted FBI crime scene investigations – where spoliators are paid out of DOJ Asset Forfeiture Funds to put false-flag crime scenes at 6s & 7s – on the Connecticut police at the Sandy Hook Elementary School (20 children, 6 adults shot) and the Damascus police (322 dead, including 54 children gassed).


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, 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.

Prequel 1:#1664 Marine Links MI-2 Prince’s Livery Lottery to Solicitors' Yamama Camel Boys and BAE Saudi Syria Gas 

 Prequel 2: #1665 Marine Links Obama’s Syria Gas With BAE Livery Key to MI-2 Prince’s CSI with FBI Bribery

GRAPHIC VIDEO: Poison Gas Attack In Syria

Busted! Sandy Hook Chief ME DR W. Carver Involved in Mass Cover Up

Prince Andrew's billionaire paedophile friend given permission to land private jet at RAF base for visit Sandringham [ergo Prince is target for pedophile entrapment and extortion in MI-2 MitM attacks] 

UPDATED: 15:51 GMT, 10 March 2011 

Queen summons son to convey concerns over links to Jeffrey Epstein

Billionaire met Beatrice when she was nine and Eugene at eight

Duke lobbied for Azerbaijan on MONDAY


FBI Awards $40 Million To BAE For Cybersecurity [9 months after MI-2 Prince arranges for BAE to pay $400 million into the Obama Forfeiture Fund at the DOJ]

Elizabeth Montalbano

See more from Elizabeth Connect directly with Elizabeth: Bio | Contact Contract will provide risk assessments and monitor data security for the Federal Bureau of Investigation's IT systems. Elizabeth Montalbano | September 22, 2010 12:23 PM

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has awarded a $40 million contract to United Kingdom-based BAE Systems to provide security risk assessments, certification, and accreditation to agency IT systems.

It's the second multimillion-dollar cybersecurity contract the FBI has awarded in a little more than a month. In August, the FBI outsourced a range of cybersecurity services to Fairfax, Va.-based ManTech for $99.5 million. ManTech is providing intrusion-detection monitoring; security engineering; incident identification and response; vulnerability assessment and penetration testing; cyberthreat analysis; and specialized cybertraining services.

The award is also the first of a $134 million FBI contract vehicle called the Information Assurance Program Support, a five-year, infinite delivery/indefinite quantity effort, according to BAE.

BAE's Intelligence and Security Sector, based in Arlington, Va., will carry out the work under the new award, which makes the firm the prime contractor to provide information security risk assessments, a form of quality control, for the FBI's IT systems.

BAE also will oversee a cyclical and continuously monitored assessment process to ensure that FBI data -- both classified and unclassified -- is stored and transmitted safely even as the agency makes hardware and software changes to its IT systems. The firm will make changes to IT systems as risks and security needs change, it said.

Cybersecurity is a key priority for the Obama administration, particularly among government agencies like the FBI, Department of Defense, and Department of Homeland Security that deal with sensitive and classified information.

The administration's $3.8 trillion budget for fiscal 2011 calls for increased investment in cybersecurity, although the White House has kept confidential exactly how much and where much of that investment will go.

Amid many security threats, the feds are shorthanded. Here's how they're acquiring hard-to-find skills. Download the latest issue of InformationWeek Government here (registration required).” 

BAE Systems to pay $400M fine 
By Terry Frieden, CNN
March 2, 2010 2:31 a.m. EST
Washington (CNN) -- British defense contractor BAE Systems has pleaded guilty in Washington to conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and was ordered to pay a $400 million criminal fine, authorities announced.

A top Justice Department official said the fine is one of the largest criminal fines ever levied in the United States against a company for business-related violations.

BAE Systems admitted Monday to knowingly making false statements to U.S. investigators to hide its failure to ensure compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. 

"The actions of BAE Systems impeded U.S. efforts to ensure international trade is free of corruption and maintain control over sensitive U.S. technology," said Acting Deputy Attorney General Gary Grindler.

Federal prosecutors said the gain to BAE Systems from the false statements and failures to make required disclosures to the U.S. government was more than $200 million.

The scheme involved knowingly failing to identify commissions paid to third parties for help in illegally soliciting and promoting sales of defense items. 

U.S. prosecutors stressed none of the criminal conduct involved actions by a Rockville, Maryland, subsidiary of the United Kingdom-based firm.” 

Syrian envoy alleges rebel gas attack, demands U.N. investigate

(Reuters) - Syria asked the United Nations on Wednesday to order chemical experts in Damascus to investigate three rebel attacks in which he said Syrian troops "inhaled poisonous gas," while Britain pushed for the Security Council to act on the crisis.

The United States dismissed the appeal by Syria's U.N. envoy, saying it had refused chemical experts access to Syria to investigate allegations poisonous gas had been used repeatedly in the country's 2-1/2-year-old civil war.

The United Nations has received at least 14 reports of possible chemical weapons use in Syria. After months of diplomatic wrangling, a team of experts, led by Swedish scientist Ake Sellstrom, arrived in Syria on August 18. 

The U.N. team was initially going to look into three incidents, but its priority became investigating an alleged gas attack in the rebel-held suburbs of Damascus last week, which activists say killed hundreds of civilians.

Assad's government denies responsibility for the attack, and, like Russia, has suggested the rebels may be responsible.

Syrian U.N. Ambassador Bashar Ja'afari said he has written to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to ask that Sellstrom's team also "investigate three heinous incidents that took place in the countryside of Damascus on (August) 22nd, 24th and 25th where members of the Syrian army inhaled poisonous gas."

CT News Junkie … U.S. Justice Department Gives State Police, Newtown [Pay OFF of] $2.5M
by Christine Stuart | Aug 28, 2013 1:12pm …

Attorney General Eric Holder announced Wednesday that the U.S. Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Assistance will give $2.5 million in funding to the Connecticut State Police and local law enforcement for their response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. The funding compensates the agencies for costs related to overtime, forensics, and security in the aftermath of the murder of 20 children and six educators. —The Town of Newtown will receive $602,293 for police officers’ time during the past school year (Dec. 14, 2012 through June 2013) to respond to the shooting, provide public protection services afterward, and to monitor local schools. 

—The State of Connecticut will receive $663,444 for State Police troopers’ overtime to assist Newtown police with tactical response and law enforcement activities. xxxxx—$296,836 will be used for local police officers’ time to provide “mutual aid” during tactical response as well as following the incident itself through June 2013.

—The Town of Monroe, which gave a vacant elementary school to the Newtown community to use as the new Sandy Hook Elementary School, will receive $882,812 for police officers’ time to secure and monitor the new school.

“This critical funding will compensate the Connecticut State Police and Newtown Police Department for their tireless work investigating this crime, as well as more than two dozen police departments from across the state whose officers responded to Newtown within minutes of this horrific act and, for months, helped to provide security and comfort to a courageous community,” Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut Deirdre M. Daly said. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who had the difficult job of telling some of the families their loved one wasn’t coming home that day, also applauded the first responders for their courage. 

“Our first responders, including state and local law enforcement, so bravely responded to this horrific event — not only those from the Town of Newtown, but also from the surrounding communities, for which we are forever grateful,” Malloy said. His gratitude was echoed by U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy and U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty.

“These federal funds recognize and support the heroic efforts of Newtown, Monroe, and state law enforcement, not just for their courageous and heartbreaking work that tragic day, but for their persistence and professionalism in the days, weeks, and months after,” Blumenthal said.”

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