Friday, September 27, 2013

#1698: Marine Links MI-3 Security Professionals to White Widow G4S Murder and Obama-Odinga Westgate Key

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the MI-3 Security Professionals Livery Company to the White Widow’s (Samantha Lewthwaite) hit team murder of a G4S senior technical staffer in Nairobi apparently staged in July 2013 to steal the Entrust root key needed for an alleged Obama-Odinga MitM attack with al-Shabaab actors on the Westgate Mall.

McConnell claims that his sister, MI-3 boss Kristine Marcy, instructed G4S auditor KPMG – the founder of The Security Professionals and all modern Livery Companies – to set up murder-for-hire escrow positions with the Queen’s Privy Purse and Obama’s Asset Forfeiture Fund and used the stolen G4S Entrust key to supply Odinga with al-Shabaab actors in the Foreign Fugitive File for the false-flag Westgate attack.


MI-3 = Supply-chain protection racket operated through Privy Purse and Livery Company patent pools Marcy (Livery Company 8(a) hit teams – 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 into 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 his 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.

Prequel 1:
#1697: Marine Links Cameron’s MI-3 Gunmakers to Bullingdon Hunting Trip, White Widow Westgate Mall

Prequel 2:
#1696: Marine Links MI-3 International Bankers to Cameron White Widow Escrow and Bowman Westgate Mall

Prequel 3: 

MI2 F3 @ 6&7 4 CSI Skinners Hall - Chapter 6

Inconvenience of Truth prt 4 Obama, Odinga, Africa GENOCIDE

How did "White Widow" Samantha Lewthwaite get an SA passport [through MI-3 Privy Purse]?

'White Widow' Samantha Lewthwaite's involvement in terror attacks

plus ça change ..

Gang shoots dead G4S manager
Updated Wednesday, July 31st 2013 at 00:00 GMT +3
By Cyrus Ombati

Nairobi, Kenya: A Dutch national and senior manager with the G4S security company was shot dead in cold blood in his house in Nairobi’s Westlands area.

The victim was alone in his house along Muguga Green Drive when the gang [allegedly led by White Widow] struck on Monday at about 3 am.

They shot him six times at close range before escaping with a communications gadget that was in the house [Allegedly included Entrust root key devices needed for MitM attack on Westgate Mall].

Police said the deceased was a senior technical staffer at the G4S offices in Nairobi.

Nairobi County police commander Benson Kibui said the victim was in the house when a gang raided, tied two guards who were on duty before raiding the house.

He said they are treating the incident as murder and that they are questioning the two guards who were on duty.”

“Nairobi, August 25, 2011……..Leading security solutions provider G4S has introduced a security technology solution that combines the latest technology on data monitoring and reporting with human intervention for enhanced building security. The Symmetry TM Access Control System seeks to centralize and control all security systems for ease of management and increased level of security. 

Though the basic security elements remain the delivery of the system to offer faster response to insecurity by turning data into information, it can also be used to respond to security concerns much faster by speeding up incident analysis.

Speaking at the launch, G4S Technology Managing Director- International Sales, Mr. David Young, said “a high quality building access system not only enhances the security of an organization site but also protects a company‘s important assets. The Symmetry TM Access Control System is like a Swiss army knife, it will do everything for you to meet all your security requirements.” Among the unique components of the new solution is video verification which allows one to choose information they want displayed on their computer in order to identify personnel getting in and out, and within their premises. This way, one can control the access of people within property with an option to deny access. 

 “G4S Technology UK designs and manufactures security technology which ensures complete control on solutions put to the market. G4S also works with universities and leading technology partners to advance technological solutions for the future,” added David Young.

With the new system, one can set the levels of threat identifiers they want through the Threat Level Manager which is another unique standard in-built feature of the system. This regulates what level of employees or personnel can access specific areas within the premises depending on safety and security circumstances constantly under review by security managers. Symmetry TM Access Control System provides full control over who goes where and when.

Other special attributes of the new product include video playback which shows video footage on what transpired before and after an incident where cameras have been position in critical areas with controlled access.

The in-built Visitor and Identity Management module enables one to create visitor cards that are connected to the centralized system. With this software, an email alert prompts the user once a visitor has arrived and indicates the location of the visitor at the moment. In addition it allows the user to create a badge with information on the visitor and determine regular visitors who retain these badges according to frequency and terminate details of one time visitors. The security systems can also be incorporated with Gatekeeper, and Under-vehicle Search System using special cameras to identify changes of state to identify suspicious components attached to the underside of vehicles. G4S Technology also deploys cameras with video analytics that remove unnecessary motion for security cameras located on poles and detect any tampering on the same and automated detection of unusual behavior. These can further be used to track activities in a given area in order to enhance security or improve productivity. 

 Fred Kinywa, the Regional Director, Integrated Security Solutions, East Africa said, “this solution is more practical in Kenya as it is integrated to reduce reliance on human intervention alone thus reducing manned security spend and rendering it cost-effective when integrated with technology. In terms of redundancy for networked systems each system has local capability both in terms of database and event management as well as power. If the system goes offline it continues to function locally and when it comes back online, synchronization with the main server takes place.” He added.

The unified building security and total integration aspect of the Symmetry TM Access Control System sets it apart from the traditional security systems as it is based on interface with all components of security systems. Built as an access control system, it can integrate with video, intrusion, building management functions such as energy and lighting control, with additional exception reporting which allows security managers to be proactive. In response to unsustainable source of power, there is a 24 hour back up on the Symmetry TM Access Control System allowing for continuous control and monitoring before restoration of mains supply.

Kinywa said that in addition to the backup already set up, the extra backup offered by the unit is reliable enough to keep maintain security of buildings and property.

In Kenya G4S has installed over 25 Symmetry systems in the last 2 years and continues to draw interest as we seek to grow our Integrated Security Solutions portfolio.”

Maclean’s .. Westgate Mall: Kenya’s symbol of economic strength succumbs to terror
Ryan Kohls was in the mall an hour before the shooting began
by Ryan Kohls on Thursday, September 26, 2013 12:17pm - 4 Comments … 

On Sept. 21, Adatia was at Nairobi’s upscale Westgate Mall, preparing to host a children’s cooking program for 33 kids called Sungold Sunrice Superchef. Shortly before the show went on air, al-Shabab militants stormed the rooftop and sprayed bullets and grenades into the crowd. Adatia was hit in the leg. 

She bled to death before receiving treatment at a nearby hospital. She was 31 years old. “She was a blessed soul,” says Bernice Wairima, a producer who worked alongside Adatia. “This makes you ask, ‘Why, God?’ ”

An hour before the brutal attack on Westgate Mall, I was there, waiting in line at Barclays bank. Westgate is a popular mall for wealthy Kenyans and the vast expat community in Nairobi. The mall opened in 2007 in the affluent Westlands neighbourhood of the city and stood as a symbol of Kenya’s economic strength in east Africa: a four-storey shopping centre with shiny marble floors, glass elevators and more than 80 high-end retail stores. For many in the bustling city, it was an oasis, an excursion away from Nairobi’s congested streets, a place to enjoy good coffee and free Wi-Fi.

At around 11 a.m., between 10 to 14 al-Shabab gunmen pulled up in vehicles, opened fire, and entered the mall from the front doors and rooftop parking lot. Early reports described the attackers as thieves, but it became apparent there was no exit strategy for this group. The attack quickly turned into a hostage situation. Hundreds of shoppers were lucky to escape as the chaos began. These witnesses recounted haunting tales of kids being shot at point-blank range and others being singled out and asked questions about the Qu’ran. Those who failed to answer correctly were executed. 

Within the first 48 hours, more than 60 people were confirmed dead and hundreds injured. Two were Canadian: 29-year-old diplomat Annemarie Desloges and Vancouver-based businessman Naguib Damji. The siege would go on to last more than four days, consist of hundreds of violent exchanges and focus the world’s attention on Nairobi’s fight against terrorism. At the time of writing, the official body count was 67, but it is likely to rise considerably higher.”


“Breitbart … Interpol has issued an arrest warrant for British national Samantha Lewthwaite, also knows as the “White Widow.” Kenya requested the warrant, claiming she is a danger to the world. The international law enforcement agency sent the red alert to 190 countries, notifying officials it is a priority to pass along any information on her whereabouts.

Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble said: “By requesting an INTERPOL Red Notice, Kenya has activated a global ‘tripwire’ for this fugitive,” said.

“Through the INTERPOL Red Notice, Kenyan authorities have ensured that all 190 member countries are aware of the danger posed by this woman, not just across the region but also worldwide.”

Mr Noble said the publication of the Red Notice for Samantha Lewthwaite meant that the public could also play a crucial role in providing information to law enforcement to help identify and locate her.

With Lewthwaite previously only wanted at the national level for alleged possession of a fraudulently obtained South African passport, Mr Noble said this case underlined the ‘invisible threat’ posed by terrorists and criminals travelling internationally using illicit passports.

Lewthwaite is suspected of being part of the Westgate Mall massacre in Nairobi, Kenya. On September 21, 10 to 15 al-Shabaab jihadists stormed the mall and said they wanted to murder all non-Muslims. They lined up men, women, and children and quizzed them over Islam. If the civilians could not answer correctly to prove they were Muslim, the gunman slaughtered them.

Lewthwait’s first husband, Germaine Lindsay, blew himself up and murdered 26 people on a train in London in July 2005 as part of the terrorist attacks on the London Underground. At first, Lewthwaite condemned the crime, but in 2009 she disappeared and ran to Kenya, joining with al-Shabaab. The Kenyan authorities put her on a wanted list after her fingerprints were found at a crime scene of a terror plot against Westerners.

The South African government said Lewthwaite used the name “Naledi Pandor” to obtain her passport, but the name on the passport says Natalie Faye Webb. The country cancelled the passport in 2011, and it has not been used since February 2011. The government said they did not knowingly harbor Lewthwaite. No we are not, no government intentionally provides cover, I hope, for terrorist groups, and it is certainly not the practice of the government or security forces of South Africa.

It is unknown if she ever lived in South Africa. Credit records show three addresses for Webb in Johannesburg, but residents deny she lived there.”

“In 2009, G4S continued to acquire companies: Secura Monde International Limited and Shiremoor International Engineering Limited, together, the UK’s leading specialist banknote and high security technical and commercial advisory companies; All Star International for $60M,[27] one of the premier facilities management and base operations support companies providing services to the US Government; Adesta, US-based provider of integrated security systems and communication systems; and Hill & Associates Consultants Limited, Asia’s leading provider of specialist risk-mitigation consulting services.[7] The Västberga helicopter robbery occurred on 23 September 2009 in Sweden. Both G4S's own security and the police work were criticised.[28]

In the autumn of 2009, G4S personnel in Australia went on strike, arguing that the company had subjected them to low pay and poor working conditions. The strike imperiled the operations of the court system in the state of Victoria. The guards provided entry-point screening for weapons and bombs in both the County Court and Magistrates Court, as well as additional security in the court rooms themselves.[29]

 2010 to present[edit]
G4S acquired the South African Security Systems Company, Skycom, in September 2010.[30] Then in April 2011 it bought the Cotswold Group, a surveillance and investigations company.[31] Acquisitions of Guidance Monitoring and Chubb[edit]

In April 2011 G4S acquired Guidance Monitoring, an international designer and manufacturer of electronic monitoring technologies, including hardware and software used for offender monitoring and tracking.[32] In December 2011 G4S acquired the assets of Chubb Emergency Response, a large key holding company in the UK. The deal was finalised on 17 December 2011. G4S are now integrating the Chubb business into their existing key holding and response service.[33]

G4S' core services include 'Manned security services' – where it provides trained and screened security officers.[66] The company also provides 'Security systems' such as access control, CCTV, intruder alarms, fire detection, video analytics and security and building systems integration technology.[67] 'Monitoring and response services' is another core service, where G4S provides key holding, mobile security patrol and response services and alarm receiving and monitoring facilities.[68] G4S also provides 'Secure facilities services' which includes integrated facilities services for entire sites or estates for commercial customers and governments.[69] The business provides 'Risk management and consultancy services' which also includes mine detection and clearance services.[70] G4S also provides electronic tagging and monitoring of offenders at home or in the community.[71] The company provides back office support functions for police forces, support for front line policing including the provision of custody suite services and forensic medical services.[72] It also manages juvenile and adult custody centres. This includes the management of all aspects of a facility and those held within the facility – similar centres are also used for the detention of asylum applicants. Prisoner escorting is another core service. G4S transports prisoners and asylum applicants between courts, police stations and custody centres.[73]

“Corporate Security Officer (Washington, DC) - G4S Secure Solutions (USA) Inc (Washington Navy Yard, Posted: Thursday, August 8, 2013 6:27 PM The world’s leading private security organization, G4S, has an immediate job opportunity for a Corporate Security Officer. A Corporate Security Officer (CSO) protects a critical corporate facility of a high profile client. This facility’s size, location, associate population, and critical business functions create a high potential for risk-related issues, and therefore requires a robust and proactive level of security awareness. G4S is a security provider for the United States government, fortune 500 companies, nuclear power plants, oil and gas companies, airport, ports, banks, hospitals, factories, warehouses, commercial facilities, residential communities and much more. G4S offers job security, excellent pay and benefits, and career opportunities. We offer entry level careers, management careers, sales careers and executive careers across the United States and internationally. The world’s leading private security organization, G4S, has an immediate job opportunity for a Corporate Security Officer. A Corporate Security Officer (CSO) protects a critical corporate facility of a high profile client. This facility’s size, location, associate population, and critical business functions create a high potential for risk-related issues, and therefore requires a robust and proactive level of security awareness. G4S is a security provider for the United States government, fortune 500 companies, nuclear power plants, oil and gas companies, airport, ports, banks, hospitals, factories, warehouses, commercial facilities, residential communities and much more. G4S offers job security, excellent pay and benefits, and career opportunities. We offer entry level careers, management careers, sales careers and executive careers across the United States and internationally. Perform security patrols of designated areas on foot Watch for irregular or unusual conditions that may create security concerns or safety hazards Sound alarms or call police or fire department in case of fire or presence of unauthorized persons Warn violators of rule infractions, such as loitering, smoking or carrying forbidden articles Permit authorized persons to enter property and monitors entrances and exits Observe departing personnel to protect against theft of company property and ensure that authorized removal of property is conducted within appropriate client requirements Investigate and prepare reports on accidents, incidents, and suspicious activities Provide assistance to customers, employees and visitors in a courteous and professional manner Requirements Education, Licenses and Certifications Required Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent Must pass required training and other qualifications for licensing as a Special Police Officer Must possess, or be able to obtain, First Aid/CPR/AED certifications prior to assignment Type and Length of Specific Experience Required Must possess one or more of the following: Service in the Elite Military Forces, Military Police or combat arms 3 years of military law enforcement experience Police academy graduate Criminal Justice Degree, Associate or higher Career Military Bachelor’s degree in any discipline combined with a minimum of one year work history with direct customer interaction Skills Required Ability to operate radio or telephone equipment and/or console monitors Demonstrated ability to interact cordially and communicate in a professional corporate environment Effective oral and written communication skills Active listening skills Ability to assess and evaluate situations effectively Ability to identify critical issues quickly and accurately Attention to detail Other Must have reached the age of twenty-one (21) years (pursuant to applicable D.C. Official Code) Must be a citizen of the United States (pursuant to applicable D.C. Official Code) If prior military, must have a discharge other than dishonorable (pursuant to applicable D.C. Official Code) Must not use illegal drugs. Must be able to pass a drug test with negative results (except when undergoing documented medical treatment). Must be able to pass an extensive background check, including criminal history, personal references, employment and education verifications, and Department of Motor Vehicle and credit checks if applicable Upon acceptance of a job offer, must be able to pass the following: MMPI - Psychological testing and a skills assessment Physical exam Physical Requirements and Environment Environment: Indoor and outdoor, temperature ranges from moderate to extreme cold and heat Major activity: Walking, standing, speaking, listening, observing Physical efforts to carry out job duties: Standing, walking, and sitting. Minimal to no stooping or kneeling. EOE M/F/D/V G4S is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and an Alcohol- and Drug-Free Workplace Source:” 

 • Location: Southern Maryland, Washington Navy Yard

• Post ID: 12560997 southernmaryland”

Tim Weller
Non-executive director [G4S]
Member - Audit and Risk Committees
Key Strengths: An accountant by training, Tim Weller joined KPMG in 1985 gaining significant experience of the energy sector during the following 12 years and rising to partnership in 1997 before joining Granada plc as director of financial control.

Previous Experience: Between 2002 and 2010, Tim gained significant further experience in the energy and utilities sectors holding CFO positions with Innogy (one of the UK’s leading integrated energy companies at the time), RWE Thames Water (the world’s third largest water and wastewater service company) and United Utilities Group PLC, a UK-based water and wastewater service company. 

Joined the G4S Board: 1st April 2013

Current External Commitments: Tim was Chief Financial Officer of Cable & Wireless Worldwide plc between 2010 and 2011 and is currently CFO of Petrofac Limited, the FTSE100 international oil and gas service provider and a non-executive director of BBC Worldwide and the Carbon Trust. 

No further information is required to be disclosed under paragraph 9.6.13R of the Listing Rules.” 

Timeline: how G4S's bungled Olympics security contract unfolded
A timeline of the events leading up to the London 2012 Olympics security fiasco and eventual resignation of G4S chief Nick Buckles.
By Szu Ping Chan, and agencies
11:23AM BST 21 May 2013 

March 2011: G4S is made the official "security services provider" for London 2012 and will provide training and management for the 10,000-strong security workforce, including a mix of military, private security guards and unpaid volunteers.

London 2012 chief executive Paul Deighton says the firm will help ensure security provisions are "robust and of the highest professionalism". 

December 2011: The Government announces that the number of security guards for the Games will rise to 23,700 - more than double Locog's original estimate of 10,000. Security costs from the Olympics budget have risen from £282m to £553m.

G4S's initial contract with Locog to provide 2,000 security staff rises to 10,400 personnel, in a contract now worth £284m.

Confidential documents obtained later by the Daily Telegraph suggest that G4S's management fee rose from £7.3m to £60m. Almost £34m of the increase was for the G4S "programme management office" overseeing the security operation, compared to an increase of just £2.8 million in the firm's recruitment spending.

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March 9 2012: A report by MPs says it is "staggering" that initial estimates about security costs were so wrong.

The Public Accounts Committee's report states that Locog have been forced to renegotiate their contract with G4S for venue security from a "weak negotiating position".

July 11 2012: G4S admits to ministers that it "would not be able to deliver the numbers of security personnel that they had promised". 

July 12 2012: Defence Secretary Philip Hammond announces up to 3,500 extra troops will be needed for security duties during the Olympics amid fears that G4S will not be able to meet the needs. 

Home Secretary Theresa May tells MPs there was "no question of Olympic security being compromised" following the decision to draft in additional servicemen and women.

July 13 2012: G4S says it stands to lose up to £50m as a result of the London Olympics security fiasco. 

The company adds that it "deeply regrets" the problems which have meant troops being drafted in at the 11th hour to make up a shortfall in security guards.

Shares in G4S close down 1.5pc at 278.7p, with more than £150m wiped off the company's market value in two days.

July 14 2012: G4S chief executive Nick Buckles says the firm will be facing a penalty payment "in the range" of between £10m and £20m as a result of the failure to meet its commitments.

August 2012: Nick Buckles rules out bidding for contracts at the 2016 Olympics in Brazil because he fears the reputational damage that would be done to the company if the fiasco of the London contract was repeated.

He is also unable to provide answers about why the company’s Olympics security contract went so badly wrong. 

September 2012: The FTSE 100 company says it has accepted the resignations of UK boss David Taylor-Smith and Ian Horseman Sewell, the managing director of global events, over the failure. Nick Buckles keeps his job. 

 November 2012: G4S loses its contract to run the Wolds prison, with the jail to returning to the public sector next year.

February 2013: G4S says it will take a bigger-than-expected £70m hit on its Olympic Games contract. The loss, which compares with its previous estimate of £50m, follows months of negotiations with Games organisers Locog.

May 2013: G4S issues a profit warning, saying that margins this year could be lower than expected after a difficult first quarter in Europe.

May 21, 2013: Nick Buckles announces he will step down as chief executive of G4S. Under Mr Buckles' captaincy, G4S' share price has soared as it expanded into some 125 countries. However, his time at the helm is more likely to be remembered for a succession of incidents that have blighted the world's largest security company over the last year and a half.

John Purnell GM QPM DL's Overview
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John Purnell GM QPM DL's Summary

Having retired from full time employment in 2006 now using a wealth of experience and considerable contacts confidentially mentoring young business and security professionals . Also providing occasional consultancy to individuals and companies who are seeking security solutions to minimise their risk or improve their business profile. 

Until September 2006 the Global Loss Prevention and Security Director for the UK retail giant Tesco plc, reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer. Responsibilities included the world-wide protection of all company assets, Crisis Management and Business Continuity.

Prior to joining Tesco in May 1998 35 years as a serving police office in the London Metropolitan Police. Retired with the rank of Deputy Assistant Commissioner commanding cc 8,000 operational officers in North-West London. During career served in all ranks throughout London, investigating a wide cross section of crime and commanding terrorist bomb scenes, civil disasters, violent public demonstrations, and ceremonial events.

From 1990 - 1992 HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (England, Wales & N. Ireland) . Assistant Inspector of Constabulary advisor to Ministers, government departments and HM Inspectors on Terrorism, Firearms, Traffic, Public Order, Special Branch, Complaints and Discipline and Emergency Planning. Responsible for the management of specialist thematic inspections.

In 1977 Her Majesty the Queen honoured him (George Medal) for his part in the capture of terrorists and in 1996 (Queen's Police Medal) for distinguished police service. 

Commissioned 2007 as Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London and Rep DL for Harrow xxIn October 2012 HM The Queen sanctioned appointment as an Officer to the Most Venerable Order of St John of Jerusalem.

Fellow of The Security Institute
Co-Founder and Past Master of The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals.
Freeman of The City of London.
Liveryman of The City of London
Patron of Harrow Asian Deaf Club xxSpecialties

Areas of Expertise
§ International security of retail supply chain.
§ Formulation of security strategies, policies and procedures
§ Coaching and mentoring senior security personnel
§ Investigation of serious criminal threats including fraud and extortion.
§ Executive Protection
§ Country Evacuation Planning
§ Crisis Management
§ Business Continuity
§ Chairing and facilitation of conferences/meetings”

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