Tuesday, September 17, 2013

#1691: Marine Links MI-3 Marcy to Serco Livery Company Access Card for Wandering Veterans’ Naval Yard

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked his sister and MI-3’s 1987 founder, Kristine Marcy, to Serco’s apparent development of Livery Company Access Card (‘L-CAC’) for identities named in the RCMP’s Wandering Persons Registry, the Veterans Administration PSTD database and/or the DOJ Foreign Fugitive File who allegedly, hearing voices, was sent into the Washington Naval Yard to set up a 6’s + 7’s crime scene (body count = 13!) on 9/16.

McConnell claims that his sister’s MI-3 agents used Serco contacts in The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals to procure Livery Common Access Cards for a Wandering Veteran identity named Aaron Alexis who was allegedly programmed for the Naval Yard hits before dying with the MI-3 secret intact.


MI-3 = Global supply-chain protection racket operated with patent pools of 108 City Livery Companies Marcy (Livery Company Liquidator Chip – VA, Prisoner Medical Services – JABS – 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 www.abeldanger.net, 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.

Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks (Revised)

Prequel 1:
#1689: Marine Links MI-3 Founder Marcy to Serco CAC Patent Pools and Naval Yard Mentor-Protégé Hits

Prequel 2:
MI2 F3 @ 6&7 4 CSI Skinners Hall - Chapter 5

New Security Concerns After Navy Yard Rampage [Hearing voices – allegedly logged as virtual patsy into Inkster’s RCMP Wandering Persons Registry and Marcy’s Prisoner Medical Services Program]

New Details On Navy Yard Shooter Aaron Alexis Emerge

“Navy Yard Shooter Aaron Alexis Heard Voices, Experienced Paranoia, Police Report Shows
By COLLEEN CURRY | ABC News – 4 hours ago
Chilling details in a police report made public today suggest that Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis may have been losing touch with reality just weeks before he went on a shooting rampage in Washington, D.C.

Alexis called police in Newport, R.I., on Aug. 7 after he switched hotels three times because he heard voices in the walls and ceilings talking to him, trying to keep him awake, and he wanted to file a harassment report, according to police documents.

Alexis told police that he heard voices that he feared were "sending vibrations through his body" and were out to harm him, noting that he had gotten into an argument on a plane to Rhode Island and he was convinced the person he argued with had sent three people to follow him.

Alexis "stated that the individuals are using 'some sort of microwave machine' to send vibrations through the ceiling, penetrating his body so he cannot fall asleep," officers wrote in the police report.

Police questioned Alexis about whether he had any prior mental issues or episodes and any family history of mental illness, but Alexis said he did not. They then notified the Navy police and faxed a copy of the report to the Navy about Alexis's complaints.

The episode showed a disturbed Alexis battling mental issues just weeks before he went to the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., [allegedly gaining entry with a Serco-compatible Common Access Card linked to the VA PSTD database and his handlers in the] and opened fire on workers there, killing 12 individuals Monday morning.

Alexis, 34, was killed when police rushed to the scene and exchanged gunfire with him.

He had long complained that he suffered from post traumatic stress disorder from helping to clean up after the 9/11 attack of the World Trade Center, but New York officials said they have no record of Alexis working at Ground Zero.
What is clear is that Alexis, a former Navy reservist, struggled with anger issues, outbursts and violence long before he walked into the Navy Yard complex.

Prior to his August call to cops in Rhode Island, Alexis had multiple run-ins with law enforcement agencies around the country as well as the Navy, which negotiated an honorable discharge with Alexis after failing to get a general discharge.

In 2004, Alexis told police that he flew into an "anger-fueled blackout" and shot out the tires of another man's vehicle because the man had allegedly been watching him, according to Seattle police, who arrested Alexis at the time.
Alexis told cops that he could not remember firing his gun at the man's car until an hour after the incident, according to a police report released Monday. A Seattle detective then spoke to Alexis's father, who was "curious" about the incident.

"Mr. Alexis then told me that his son had experienced anger management problems that the family believed was associated with PTSD," the detective wrote in a police report. "He confirmed that his son was an active participant in rescue attempts of September 11th, 2001."

But officials in New York said there is no record of Alexis working as an official responder or cleanup worker.

"He was not on any official list," one official told ABC News.

Alexis could have been a volunteer who went to Ground Zero on his own to help out, but that information would not be able to be confirmed unless a witness came forward to say they saw him there, the official said.

Whether Alexis's problems actually stemmed from 9/11, his behavioral issues were apparent for years before the shooting.

"I know Aaron had some post traumatic [stress disorder] from being in the military," his friend Melinda Downs told ABC News. "He went to the VA and they would give him some medicine."

In addition to Alexis's claim of PTSD, he struggled to connect with his family and win his father's approval, Downs said.

"I know he lived in New York. He moved here from Boston," Downs said. "I know that he said that he has some issues with his family [but] he was never like, 'I hate this person, I hate that person.'"

"Aaron felt not manly enough for daddy's approval. So that's what he said," Downs recalled. "Aaron would say, 'People think I'm not a man because I'm soft-spoken or to myself or quiet when I speak.' He felt a little let down."
Alexis was also a Buddhist who believed in meditation to relieve stress, she said. He would practice meditation and also encouraged his friends to do so. She said she never would have imagined him shooting innocent people.
During his stint in the Navy, Alexis exhibited a pattern of misconduct that included eight to 10 infractions, ranging from a traffic violation to unexcused absences, according to a Navy official. There was also an arrest in 2010 for firing his gun through a neighbor's floor. He claimed it was an accident and was not prosecuted, according to the district attorney's office in Tarrant County, Texas.

And one person close to Alexis said she suspects he repaid her kindness with mischief.

Kristi Suthamtewakul told ABC News that she was convinced that Alexis poured sugar into her new Honda Accord, even though she let him to live in her home and work at her restaurant. Suthamtewakul said Alexis had become frustrated when she was unable to drive him to job interviews and to buy groceries.
But Suthamtewakul's husband, Nutpisit, said there was no way Alexis was capable of shooting innocent people.

"He's not aggressive," Nutpisit Suthamtewakul, a friend and former roommate of Alexis's, told ABC News. "He had a gun, but that doesn't mean he's going to shoot people. He had a concealed-weapons permit."

Nutpisit Suthamtewakul said Alexis liked to play games, drink and party. Alexis spoke Thai fluently, he said, traveled a lot for work and had been living in Washington for four or five months.

"I don't believe he did that," Suthamtewakul said. "He can be tough physically, but I don't think he'd kill people."”

October 2008
After Yellow Ribbons:
Providing Veteran-Centered Services
Officers of the Academy
J. Christopher Mihm, Chair of the Board
Michael C. Rogers, Vice Chair
Jennifer L. Dorn, President and Chief Executive Officer
Kristine M. Marcy, Secretary
Franklin S. Reeder, Treasurer
The views expressed in this report are those of the Panel. They do not necessarily reflect the  views of the Academy as an institution. National Academy of Public Administration 900 7th Street, N.W. Suite 600 Washington, D.C. 20001-3888 www.napawash.org Published October 2008 .. Academy Project Number: 2116
VA has provided health care to about 325,000 of the over 837,000 OEF/OIF veterans and about  15,000 injured veterans were offered a case manager to assist them in recovery.3

 About 1,200 service members have been classified as severely injured.4
 An undetermined number of OEF/OIF veterans who have not yet received care at VA may be suffering from (or at risk for suffering from) less severe physical injuries or mental illness, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 5 arising from their military service and combat trauma. VA’s success in serving all injured veterans will be judged by the extent of their recovery and reintegration into civilian life.

VA’s goal should be to develop a continuum of care that has no gaps in service provision, whether in transition from DoD to VA’s health care system or in subsequent linkages to care in the veteran’s community. Strengthening the continuum of care for veterans who are at-risk of mental or cognitive disorders or are less severely injured, as well as those who are severely injured, will improve outcomes for other veterans who at some point will need VA care. VA can strengthen the system of care for returning veterans by: (1) identifying and contacting sooner those veterans who are at risk for physical or mental illness; (2) ensuring that those in need of care have access to and receive appropriate and high-quality care at the right time and place; and (3) building on existing care management tools to facilitate successful rehabilitation and reintegration of all injured veterans into society and family life.

Reaching Those At Risk For Mental Illness Many service members who may need health care now are not seeking care. The effect of deferring treatment, however, may be to require more aggressive treatment in the future. Various estimates suggest that anywhere from 12 to 20 percent of combat veterans may experience PTSD. 6 VA reports that it has provided care to about 134,000 OEF/OIF veterans (16 percent) who were diagnosed with mental disorders, including PTSD. 7 The process of identifying and treating veterans who are at risk for mental illness is challenging but extremely important in preventing the adverse consequences of untreated mental illness, including family violence, suicide, and loss of the ability to work.”
Carl French LCGI, FCMI, MInstLM's Overview
Executive Committee Member at Old Uxonians' Association
Volunteer at Inspiring the Future
Member at The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals
Duty Manager at Serco
Operations Manager at Serco
Detention Custody Manager at Serco
Insitute of Leadership & Management
Insitute of Leadership & Management
Chartered Management Institute
Carl French LCGI, FCMI, MInstLM's Summary
I am a driven and motivated Manager, who strives to exceed all expectations and targets, whilst operating to very high standards, with a professional approach and passion for my work.

SC & CTC (Home & Foreign Office) clearance

Experience in strengthening positive relations with Police Counter Terrorism Command and other Specialist Crime Directorates.
Carl French LCGI, FCMI, MInstLM's Experience
Executive Committee Member
Old Uxonians' Association
June 2013 – Present (4 months)
Inspiring the Future
June 2013 – Present (4 months) London, United Kingdom
Inspiring the Future is a free service across England with volunteers from all sectors and professions going into state secondary schools and colleges to talk about their jobs and sectors and to help inspire the future.

Help with CV`s, Interviews etc

The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals
February 2013 – Present (8 months)
Security Manager
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
June 2012 – Present (1 year 4 months)
My responsibilities include but not limited to,

Secure Immigration & Custodial services, maintaining a duty of care ensuring a safe and secure environment.

Security, Intelligence, Operations & Investigations, directing resources to mitigate risk with a focus on disrupting security threat groups internally and externally of the establishment.

Management of the Professional Standards Unit and Intelligence Management Unit.

Management of all Security Matters including; Local Security Strategy, Security Management, Intelligence and Procedures, Accounting and Control, Escorts, Keys and Locks, Tools equipment and materials, searching. 

Management of a diverse and experienced team of security officers and Intelligence Analysts. Proactively minimized areas of risk related to security, Intelligence and safety, and responsible for the management of contingency/crisis management procedures...

Implementation of National Intelligence Framework, Contingency Planning Exercises, Physical and Dynamic security systems & processes and develop new ways of delivering our contract thus supporting our key strategic aims.

Leadership, Training & Management Development of frontline officers and junior managers.

Initiating and developing sensitive investigations liaising with Metropolitan Police departments such as SO15 and the United Kingdom Border Agency.

Reserve Police Constable
Government Agency; 1001-5000 employees; Government Administration industry
January 2010 – Present (3 years 9 months) London, United Kingdom
Duty Manager
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
October 2010 – June 2012 (1 year 9 months)
Operations Manager
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
May 2010 – October 2010 (6 months)
Detention Custody Manager
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
June 2007 – October 2010 (3 years 5 months)
Duty Operations Manager
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
March 2009 – July 2009 (5 months) Yarlswood
Director of Coaching
Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Sports industry
January 1999 – December 2002 (4 years) United States
Carl French LCGI, FCMI, MInstLM's Honors and Awards
Directors Commendation
Contract Director - SERCO
In recognition of outstanding achievement.
Employee of the Month
Centre Manager - SERCO
May 2012
In recognition of outstanding contribution
Directors Team Award
Contract Director
September 2009
In recognition of outstanding contribution, dedication and commitment while dealing with a major incident.
Centre Managers Recognition
Centre Manager - SERCO
November 2012
Employee of the Month
Centre Manager - SERCO
February 2013
In recognition of outstanding contribution
Carl French LCGI, FCMI, MInstLM's Courses
Security Manager
Silver Incident Command
C&R Advance Commander
Integrated Best Practice Management Programme
Reserve Police Constable
Wandsworth Borough Council
Crowd Safety Management & Emergency Evacuation
Officer Safety Training (OST)
First Aid”
“Counter Terrorism Command (CTC) or SO15 is a Specialist Operations branch within London's Metropolitan Police Service.[1] Counter Terrorism Command was established as a result of the merging of the Anti-Terrorist Branch (SO13), and the Special Branch in 2006, to form a single counter-terrorism investigative unit.[1] CTC has over 1,500 Police Officers and staff, and a number of investigators based overseas. Commander Richard Walton is the head of the Counter Terrorism Command. [2]

According to the Counter Terrorism Command's website, its responsibilities are: [3]
To bring to justice those engaged in terrorism, domestic extremism and related offenses.
To provide a proactive and reactive response to terrorism, domestic extremism and related offences, including the prevention and disruption of such activity.
Support the National Co-ordination of Terrorist Investigations outside London.
To gather and exploit intelligence on terrorism and extremism in London.
To assess, analyse and develop intelligence to aid operational activity.
To engage in partnership with London’s varying communities in order to understand their concerns and to provide reassurance and support where needed.

To provide specialist security advice internally and externally.
To provide an explosive ordnance disposal and CBRN capability in London.
To assist the British MI5 Security Service and MI6 Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) in fulfilling their statutory roles.
To be the police single point of contact for international partners in counter-terrorism matters
Assisting in the protection of British interests overseas and the investigation of attacks against them.”

“Serco helps the federal government process, store, manage and intelligently retrieve electronic and paper documents efficiently and quickly in order to fulfill key business processes in support of securing our homeland.

Today, new technologies, such as e-records management and biometric identification systems, intersect with traditional paper-based systems, which substantially increase the complexity and costs of implementing an effective records management program. We utilize a unique lifecycle records management approach that assesses the value of information to agencies, how long data should be retained, and in what format and device information should be stored in given its value.

Based on our lifecycle approach and exceptional performance record, federal civilian, Department of Defense agencies, and the intelligence community entrust Serco with their mission-critical records management needs. Serco’s Records Services practice specializes in:

Supervision and operation of integrated file tracking systems
Electronic/physical records management
Large volume case-file processing
Secure identity card production
Scanning operations for documents and biometrics
Storing and shipping of documents
Quality control audits
Secure case-file destruction
Applications processing
Call center support
Analytical support services
Network installation
Serco offers clients a trusted provider to deliver integrated solutions that achieve meaningful outcomes. Through our wide range of capabilities, we assist clients with their need to respond to new mandates and expand the scope of their missions.
A quick overview of Serco Inc.
The 21st century has presented a significant set of global challenges to the security and prosperity of our nation. Serco provides the technological expertise and business process solutions that enable DHS to protect our nation.
Serco’s complete information lifecycle approach to records management assesses data''s current and future value and then designs the systems accordingly.
Serco provides a full range of mail, courier, records, information technology and document management services.
Serco provides a full spectrum of capabilities to support the intelligence community and their mission.
Serco was chosen to support USPTO establish a secure facility and IT infrastructure, develop operating procedures, recruit skilled staff, build a comprehensive training program and implement a set of automated tools that streamline the classification process.”

“VIENNA, Va., March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Serco Inc., a major provider of government and military support services, announced today that it was selected by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWARSYSCEN) to provide engineering and technical services for integrated surveillance and intelligence systems that protect ships and infrastructure at U.S. Navy ports.
 The contract, awarded by the Special Projects and Surveillance SystemsBranch, Code 2644, is valued at $63.9 million if all options are exercised  over its five-year term. Serco has operated under a similar contract with SPAWAR since 1997.

Under the expanded contract, Serco will support SPAWAR in evaluating, integrating and installing domain awareness and anti-terrorism and force protection (AT/FP) systems at ports that have Naval, Coast Guard and critical commercial operations. The systems, already deployed at several U.S. ports by Serco, include sensors, surveillance systems and other technology, along with collaboration software that allows the information to be shared rapidly across several agencies.

"We have developed a keen appreciation for the operating environments faced at these ports by the Navy in the years we have worked with them," said Kent Brown, Vice President of Serco's engineering business unit. "We are pleased to support SPAWAR in this effort because their mission is to ensure that proven technology and methods are deployed in the best way to provide a stronger layer of protection in these difficult environments."

Through the award, Serco will support ship and shore sites of the U.S. Navy, U. S. Coast Guard, Military Sealift Command and other government agencies worldwide. Much of the work on this vehicle will be focused on implementing and sustaining Maritime Domain Awareness, AT/FP systems, as well as, supporting demonstrations of how the systems could be deployed in other joint operational environments.

About Serco Inc.

Serco Inc. is part of Serco Group plc, a global services company with more than 45,000 employees worldwide. Serco designs and delivers engineering, human resources logistics, transportation and IT/business transformation services to the federal government, military, and state and local governments.
Contact: Michael Rudd, +1-301-588-2900 x 115mrudd@boscobel.com, or Jessica Klenk, +1-301-588-2900 x 121,jklenk@boscobel.com, both for Serco Inc.”

“VIENNA, Va., April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Serco Inc., a major provider of government and military support services, announced today that it was selected by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWARSYSCEN) to provide engineering and installation services for C4ISR systems at ship, shore and submarine locations on the West Coast.

 The single award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity performance-based contract, referred to as Sea Enterprise West, is valued at $208 million if all options are exercised over its five-year term. Serco has operated under a similar contract with SPAWAR since 1997.

Under the contract, Serco will support SPAWAR in providing program management, engineering design, and installation support services to deliver fully operational and sustainable C4ISR systems to the warfighter.
A key objective of the Sea Enterprise contract is to reduce the costs of installations by improving productivity and achieving long term efficiencies.
SOURCE Serco Inc.

Sea Enterprise is the third major defense support contract awarded to Serco in the last few weeks, following the $225 million LOGCAP cost analysis and logistics contract for the US Army and the $64 million Spectech contract for evaluating and deploying port security systems with SPAWAR.

About Serco Inc. Serco Inc. is part of Serco Group, a global services company with more than 47,000 employees worldwide. Serco designs and delivers human  resources, logistics, engineering, transportation and IT/business transformation services to the federal government, military, and state and local governments.

For more information, contact:
Michael Rudd 301.588.2900 x 115 mrudd@boscobel.com            
“Your Mission. Our Passion. Serco supports the Army’s critical  Common Access Card (CAC) program by providing CAC operators assistance in issuing CAC and other identification materials at almost 100 locations worldwide. On a higher level, Serco supports the Army’s CAC program manager through the operation of CAC  Mobile Assistance Teams (CAC MAT) that visit Army installations to evaluate compliance and to train all CAC operators, including Serco employees, Army civilians, and Soldiers. The CAC MAT initiative has helped the Army to improve its CAC operation and avoid problems that might jeopardize security at Army installations.”

“In 2004, Serco was tasked by Army G-1 to conduct focus groups and surveys of Soldiers, including Wounded Warriors and Family Members of the Fallen, and to re-design benefit communications work processes. The report was briefed to the U.S. Congress. Following completion of the study, Serco was contracted by the Army G-1 to develop a one-stop benefits information resource website and provide change management and STRATCOM support to increase awareness and acceptance of the website. MyArmyBenefits is the Army’s official benefits portal. It provides benefits information and state-of-the-art tools across the Soldier’s lifecycle, from recruitment to transition/retirement. Serco is responsible for all aspects of the program including benefits content, help desk support, training, system development and maintenance and STRATCOM. MyArmyBenefits is built on a complex architecture. It is integrated with official systems including Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), Integrated Total Army Personnel Database (ITAPDB), Army Knowledge Online (AKO) and Retirement Points Accounting System (RPAS). Access to personalized benefits information is authenticated using Common Access Card (CAC) authentication and DS LOGON.

Intended or Achieved Result:

Currently over 90,000 Soldiers, Family Members and Retirees visit the site monthly to download benefit fact sheets, run a retirement report and find the nearest military hospital. Some 10,000 individualized retirement reports and 120,000 fact sheets are downloaded monthly. Serco is responsible for maintaining the system and adding new capabilities to meet changing needs. In the past 2 years, we have added the following enhancements: Online Casualty Reports, Deployment Calculator, Reserve Component Module, and Disability Rating Estimator (DRE). Kiplinger’s Financial Field Manual for Military Families lists MyArmyBenefits as one of 25 financial resources for Military Families. This ranking demonstrates the significant value of SBS to the target population, Soldiers and Family Members. The site was recently featured in the U.S. Army Reserve Magazine as one of the best sites for Reservists and Families, confirming that MyArmyBenefits the place to go for benefits information.”

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