Friday, September 13, 2013

#1684: Marine Links MI-3 Deutch to Liquid8(a) Chip to Hackney Carriage Drivers, Princess Di Boston Brakes

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked MI-3 Agent John Deutch to the development of ‘Liquidator 8(a) = Liquid8(a)’ chips for The Worshipful Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers in an alleged Boston Brakes patent-pool murder of Princess Diana. 


MI-3 = Global supply-chain protection racket operated through City Livery Company patent pools (108) Marcy (SBA 8(a) Liquidator Chip – Prisoner Medical Services – JABS – DOJ Asset Forfeiture Funds)
+ Inkster (RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – KPMG Consulting – Abusive tax shelter – Escrow frauds)
+ Interpol (Berlin 1942-1945 – Operation Paperclip – Foreign Fugitive File – William Higgitt - Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN patent pool – MitM Pearl Harbor attack – Kanada Kommando)
MI-3 = Marine Insertion Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above McConnell notes that in Book 12, published at, agents deployed by the Marine Insertion, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.

#1654: Marine Links Skinners, Innholders Spot Fixed CSI to MI-2 Boston Brakes, Timed for Princess Di

Who Killed Princess Diana?

WTF!! New Evidence Princess Diana Was Murdered By British Military??

The Telegraph - Scotland Yard examines new information on death of Diana, Princess of Wales 
Scotland Yard has launched an investigation into new claims that Diana, Princess of Wales was murdered
by a member of the British military.
By David Barrett, Home Affairs Correspondent 6:10PM BST 17 Aug 2013

It said that it had asked specialist detectives to examine new allegations and evidence passed to it “recently”. The move was approved by Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, its most senior officer.

The claims were given to the force by the Royal Military Police, after surfacing during the trial of Sgt Danny Nightingale, the SAS sniper convicted of illegal weapons possession.

The dossier is said to include a claim that the SAS “was behind Princess Diana’s death”. Scotland Yard declined to confirm the content or origin of the material.

Officers from the specialist crime and operations command will carry out a “scoping” exercise to assess if a full-scale investigation is justified into whether the Princess, her boyfriend Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul were murdered.

Princess Diana, Nigeria, 1990. (Photo: Rex Features)

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The disclosure comes in spite of the inquest into the death of the Princess and Mr Fayed dismissing any claims of murder made by Mohammed Fayed, Dodi’s father, and conspiracy theorists.

Since then murder claims have continued to be made but have never been looked into by British police – making last night’s move unprecedented.

The decision to examine the new claims suggests that officers believe they must be looked at by detectives to assess whether they have any weight.

However they come from the estranged parents-in-law of “Soldier N”, an SAS soldier who was a key witness in the successful prosecution of Sgt Nightingale. He was himself convicted of illegal weapons possession.

His estranged wife’s parents wrote to the SAS’s commanding officer claiming the soldier had told his wife that the unit had “arranged” the Princess’s death and that this had been “covered up”. 

The source of the claims will inevitably raise questions over their credibility, and why Scotland Yard acted.

Scotland Yard emphasised last night that it was not reopening the previous investigation into the deaths, Operation Paget, and highlighted the verdict of the inquest held after that inquiry was completed. 

Officers will have to assess whether the information has not been investigated previously and can potentially shed new light on the deaths.

The development comes ahead of next week’s 16th anniversary of the Princess’s death as a result of injuries she suffered when the Mercedes in which she was travelling crashed in a tunnel in Paris.

A spokesman said: “The Metropolitan Police Service is scoping information that has recently been received in relation to the deaths and assessing its relevance and credibility.

"The assessment will be carried out by officers from the specialist crime and operations command. This is not a reinvestigation and does not come under Operation Paget.

“On April 7, 2008, the [inquest] jury concluded their verdict as 'unlawful killing, grossly negligent driving of the following vehicles and of the Mercedes’.”

Detectives are understood to have contacted the former soldier’s estranged wife.

A royal spokesman said there would be no comment from the Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry or Clarence House.

A spokesman for Mr Fayed said he would be “interested in seeing the outcome”.

The jury at the inquest returned a majority verdict in April 2008, which indicated that paparazzi photographers who pursued the Princess were to blame for her “unlawful killing”. xxxxxMr Paul was also culpable for her death due to his “gross negligence” in driving while three times over the drink-drive limit, the jury found.

An earlier French police investigation cleared the photographers of being directly linked to the tragedy.

By Michael C. Ruppert -

[From the May 31, 2001 issue of "From The Wilderness"]

Special to NarcoNews - As the remaining unbiased press of the Western Hemisphere, and especially of Latin America, rises in outrage at the announced May 17 purchase of Mexico's giant Banacci Group (Banamex) by Citigroup, more skeletons come stampeding out of the Citigroup closet. Both banks have been firmly connected to drug money laundering and Banamex owner Roberto Hernandez owns land near Cancun, Mexico that is commonly referred to as "the cocaine peninsula." President Bill Clinton vacationed on the Hernandez property in the summer of 2000.

Taken collectively these skeletons reveal a well-defined financial and intelligence infrastructure that appears tailor-made for the global management of the drug trade's billions of dollars in illegal revenue along with the additional billions of dollars generated annually by the illegal looting of national economies by government officials.

One of these skeletons is Nora Slatkin. Having risen to a post as Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Acquisition in 1995 she resigned and was immediately appointed as the Executive Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. The Executive Director is the number three position at Langley and is responsible for all Agency operations. Her boss was then Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) and current Citigroup Board Member John Deutch. The timeline - as compiled from stories in The New York Times, The Washington Post and AP and the CIA's web site - around her tenure at CIA and of her transition to Citigroup is most revealing.

May 10, 1995 - John Deutch sworn in as DCI.

May 19, 1995 - The Senate announces that Nora Slatkin is leaving the Department of Defense (Assistant Secretary of the Navy) to join the CIA as Executive Director.

December 15, 1996 - Deutch resigns as DCI.

December 17, 1996 - A CIA computer security official visits Deutch's home and discovers thousands of pages of classified documents on unsecured (CIA) Macintosh computers. Almost immediately the CIA

General Counsel, Tom O'Neil and Nora Slatkin are advised of the breach. Slatkin advises DCI Tenet. 

December, 1996 - Deutch joins the Board at Citigroup.

Dec 20 ,1996 - Deutch begins deleting files from his computers.

January, 1997 - CIA security officials complain to Slatkin that O'Neil is dragging his feet. Slatkin takes no action in response, except to "hold discussions." Deutch refuses to be interviewed by security staff.

Summer, 1997 - The CIA security staff completes a report on Deutch which languishes in the security office awaiting action.

Fall, 1997 - Claiming ignorance of the security office's investigation, DCI Tenet grants Deutch new security clearances. 

October, 1997 - On Deutch's recommendation Slatkin also joins the Board at Citigroup. Her current title - Senior Manger of Government Relations.

December, 1997 - Because the Justice Department has not been notified, a one-year statute of limitations for the appointment of an independent counsel to investigate Deutch lapses

March, 1998 - After seven years of service, CIA Inspector General Frederick P. Hitz retires to assume the Goldman Sachs Chair on International Intelligence at Princeton University. He later tells The New York Times that he assumed that his successor, Britt Snider, would advise the Department of Justice as to Deutch's possible criminal mishandling of CIA records. Oops!

April, 1999 - Janet Reno's Justice Department declines to prosecute Deutch while nuclear scientist Wen Ho Lee languishes in jail for similar violations.

February, 2000 - After a CIA Inspector General's report on Deutch's conduct leaks to the press Janet Reno reopens the investigation. Prosecutor Paul Coffey recommends criminal charges.

March, 2000 - Slatkin and Hitz contradict Tenet and state that he was much more involved than previously admitted.

Summer/Fall 2000 - The criminal investigation of Deutch inches ahead in secret. Fears mount that John Ashcroft, as Bush Attorney general, will aggressively pursue criminal charges.

January 20, 2001 - On his last day in office President Clinton pardons Citibank Director John Deutch.

Given the enormity of documentation on Citibank's direct involvement with drug and criminal money laundering and the extraordinarily detailed investigations by journalist Al Giordano at, several questions become obvious. Giordano's translation of Spanish language reports on the on again, off again relationship between Citibank and Peruvian CIA backed strongman Vladimiro Montesinos, suggest that CIA tells Citibank which criminal clients are acceptable for Private Banking money laundering activities. Clearly, the timeline implies that Slatkin's hiring at Citibank was a quid pro quo for her services in stalling the Deutch investigation. But more so it raises the question as to whether Slatkin is the CIA liaison at Citigroup to open approved channels for money laundering.

Also, it must be asked whether or not there is a partisan flavor to Citigroup's activities. All of the players here were Democratic Party apparatchiks. Is the Democratic Party the sole beneficiary of Citigroup criminal money laundering? Much will be revealed when the Bush Administration weighs in on the Banamex acquisition.


John M. Deutch is listed as a current director of the following corporations that are registered with the SEC:

Ariad Pharmaceuticals Inc. Citigroup Inc.
CMS Energy Corp
Cummins Engine Co Inc
Raytheon Co
Schlumberger Ltd/NY/ 
He is also involved with the following ventures (some offshoots of above corporations) as an 
investor and/or officer:
Allied Digital Technologies Corp
Analog Acquisition Corp
Buenos Aires Bottling Co Inc
Citicorp Citicorp Mortgage Securities Inc
Citigroup Capital CMS
Energy Trust II
CMS Energy X Tras Pass Through Trust I
Consumers Energy Co
Cort Business Services Corp
Davco Restaurants Inc
Delco Remy International Inc
Galey & Lord Inc.
GNI Group Inc Green I
Acquisition Corp
Hudson Hotels Corp
Landmark Fixed Income Funds/MA/
Landmark Funds I
Landmark Funds II
Landmark Tax Free Income Funds
Palomar Medical Technologies Inc.
Sybron Chemicals Inc.
Tower Automotive Inc
Travelers Group Inc”

“The Worshipful Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers is one of the 108 Livery Companies of the City of London. Its members are professional hackney carriage drivers, including London black taxicab drivers who have learnt the knowledge of London.

The Fellowship of Hackney Carriage Drivers was recognised by the City of London Corporation in 1990 and was granted livery in February 2004, becoming the Worshipful Company. The process started with an instruction from Oliver Cromwell to the City's Court of Aldermen in 1654 on regulating drivers. Legislation created the Fellowship of Master Hackney Coachmen, the first such society for taxi drivers.

The Company's charity supports any deserving members and their immediate family. It has run an annual taxi tour to Disneyland Paris for children with life threatening illnesses each year since 1994. Its education programme teaches taxi drivers about the history of London and it seeks to promote public awareness about the high standards of the hackney carriage trade. The Company also part-takes in the annual Lord Mayor's Show.

The Hackney Carriage Drivers' Company ranks 104th in the order of precedence for the Livery Companies.”

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