Friday, September 27, 2013

#1699: Marine Links MI-3 Privy Purse to Clockmakers’ Spot-Fix Body Count for White Widow Westgate Mall

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linkedMI-3 custodians of the Queen’s Privy Purse to the Clockmakers Livery Company and its alleged use of Serco’s Stratum Zero cesium clock for a spot-fixed body count of 61 dead civilians following the White Widow’s (Samantha Lewthwaite) synchronized MitM attack by al-Shabaab actors on the G4S security system in the Westgate Mall.

McConnell claims his sister MI-3 boss Kristine Marcy and Norman Inkster instructed G4S auditor KPMG – founder of The Security Professionals and all modern Livery Companies – to set up a Clockmakers (61st in order of precedence) escrow position between the Queen’s Privy Purse and Obama’s Asset Forfeiture Fund and procure Westgate Mall rootkit keys to Serco network timing protocols for the spot-fixed civilian body count of 61.


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:
#1476:Marine Links MoD Keys for Serco Clock, Cisco Rack to Bin Laden-Haig's Obama-In-Middle Attack

"White Widow" sought by Interpol after Kenyan mall attack [MI-3 founders Kristine Marcy and Norman Inksteers launched Interpol Foreign Fugitive File in 1987 to support MitM attacks on U.S. and its allies]

The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers is one of the Livery Companies of the City of London.The Clockmakers were formed by a Royal Charter in 1631. Originally, no person was allowed to sell clocks unless they were a member of the Company. However, such requirements have since been relaxed and later removed. The Company now exists as a charitable institution, as do a majority of Livery Companies.

The Company library and museum is housed in the London Guildhall Library. The collection includes John Harrison's clock H5.

The Clockmakers' Company ranks sixty-first  [Ergo 61 dead civilians for spot fixed bets on the Westgate Mall] in the order of precedence for Livery Companies. Its motto isTempus Rerum Imperator, Latin for Time is the commander of (all) things [Until Abel Danger  built a Stratum Zero OODA loop]

Kenya mall takeover: FBI agents helping to fingerprint bodies, collect DNA in the rubble
U.S. officials confirmed that agents are aiding the investigation in Nairobi. The death toll is at 72, with Al-Shabab — the militant group behind the four-day takeover of Westgate Mall — claim that the Kenyan forces demolished the building, burying 137 hostages.

Hostages were escorted to safety while armed police hunt the gunmen in Westgate shopping center Saturday. Al-Shabab now claims that many more hostages have been killed.


FBI agents pored over the rubble inside Nairobi’s crushed Westgate Mall Wednesday, trying to fingerprint bodies and collect DNA as the grim work of pinpointing the nationalities of civilians and gunmen who perished in the shopping center got underway.

U.S. officials confirmed agents were on the ground lending technical assistance and aiding Kenya’s investigation into the four-day terrorist attack that began Saturday inside the upscale Westgate Mall.

The death count remained at 72 — 61 civilians, six Kenyan soldiers and five suspected Islamic terrorists.

That was expected to rise, however, as the Red Cross said another 71 civilians were still missing.

Al-Shabab, the Somali-based Islamic extremist group claiming responsibility for the deadly attack, tweeted messages saying Kenyan soldiers had blown up part of the building and buried 137 hostages in debris.

But government officials denied Al-Shabab’s allegations, saying its forces were clearing the mall room by room without finding anyone.

The recovery work was proceeding carefully because of suspicions the militants buried booby traps in the wreckage.

Kenyan government spokesman Manoah Esipisu told the Associated Press the collapse of floors in the mall was caused by a fire set by the terrorists, who occupied the shopping center for four terror-filled days.

At one point during the siege Kenyan soldiers fired rocket grenades into the mall, knocking out a pillar and causing a partial roof collapse, a security official told AP. It was done to distract an Al-Shabab sniper so hostages could be evacuated, the official said.

Al-Shabab, in a series of tweets with AP, confirmed survivor reports that Muslims were separated from other shoppers and set free. Others were gunned down or held hostage.

Foreigners were a “legitimate target,” Al-Shabab tweeted.

Amid heightened security at major shopping centers worldwide, the U.S. State DepartmentWednesday issued a global travel alert to warn Americans of 
potential terror attacks aimed at them by Al-Qaeda or affiliated groups.

Two U.S. officials told AP that mounting intelligence suggests Islamic terrorist groups may be planning a new series of attacks against Western targets.
Meanwhile, speculation grew that Britain’s notorious “White Widow” participated in the Westgate killings.

A terrified store clerk told police a woman looking like Samantha Lewthwaite opened fire on her with an AK-47.

A “pale-skinned woman” with long, dark hair looked the clerk in the eye before opening up with the assault weapon, several media outlets reported.
Kenyan officials said they couldn’t confirm widespread reports that a British woman and two or possibly three American males took part in the terrorist attack.

With News Wire Services
Wanted: Clockmaker for Queen Elizabeth
 Michael Leapman, Daily Telegraph

Knowing the right time is essential for the Queen. Royal engagements lose their symbolism and grandeur if they do not run like clockwork.

That is why one of the job ads on the royal website is so significant: The Royal Collections Trust is looking for a skilled horologist (clockmaker) to be one of three who look after the timepieces in all of the Queen’s residences.

The role involves maintaining and winding up more than 1,000 clocks, and the collection is one of the finest in the world. Work is also needed on “a range of horological items and turret clocks” – the latter being the dreaded big beasts of the repairer’s trade, housed in cold and damp casings, devilishly difficult to reach.

The job description is daunting: “You will be confident working with hand and machine tools, with particular ability to strip and clean mechanisms, make new parts, solder, turn, cut screws, wheels and pinions, make hands, silver dials, pattern making, brazing and some forging.”

The qualification needed is a BHI final grade standard, awarded by the British Horological Institute. The institute, based in Newark, has only 2,400 members, and the majority are enthusiasts and collectors rather than professionals.

This year, just 86 people achieved the required grade. Most will have sought jobs with the dwindling number of clock and watch manufacturers in Britain before trying to establish themselves as freelance repairers. Yet Alan Midleton, the institute’s curator and librarian, resists the suggestion that it is a dying art.
“At the moment numbers are on the increase,” he said. 

He adds that the salary being offered by the Queen, pounds 31,200 a year, is a lot more than he’d have got when he started in the business 40 years ago, even taking inflation into account.

Ever since mechanical clocks were invented in the Middle Ages, monarchs have recognized their role in maintaining control of their kingdoms. In 1370, Charles V of France ordered that every clock in the country should be synchronised with the one in his palace: A decree that could not be implemented because, until the pendulum was invented in 1621, clocks were erratic, often losing or gaining more than 15 minutes a day.

Queen Elizabeth I is reputed to have worn a tiny watch as a ring, incorporating an alarm that would scratch her finger to remind her of engagements. George III enjoyed taking watches apart and reassembling them.

Applications close on October 13 – the successful candidate may have just a few days to prepare for one of the two busiest weekends of the year. The clocks go back on October 27, and it takes some 50 hours for the royal horological team to make the necessary adjustments to the whole collection.
So be sure to get your CV in on time. As the Canadian poet Robert Service noted: “The clock is always slow; it is later than you think.”

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Inspector General releases highly-critical report on NOAA Fisheries Enforcement Asset Forfeiture Fund
KPMG finds NOAA's administration of fund "neither transparent nor conducive to accountability."

According to the report:

The Inspector General  (IG) determined that despite the Office of Law Enforcement (OLE) reporting a balance of $8.4 million as of December 31,2009, OLE officials could not provide evidence that the AFF had ever been audited.  Accordingly, the IG commissioned a major public accounting and auditing firm, KPMG, to conduct a forensic review of the collection of fines and penalties into, and expenditures from, the Asset Forfeiture Fund (AFF).

Using a broad interpretation of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (MSA), OLE has extensively used the AFF to pay for materials and services such as vehicles, vessels, travel, and training, while Office of General Counsel for Enforcement and Litigation (GCEL) uses the AFF to fund over 99 percent of its non-salary operating expenses.

KPMG was unable to discern the current balance of the AFF because it found that NOAA did not have a consistent definition of the AFF, and indicated the AFF was more of an abstract concept than a tangible entity within NOAA.

KPMG determined that no unit or individual within NOAA has a clear understanding of the AFF and how it functions from start to finish.

KPMG was unable to verify the $8.4 million balance provided by OLE and NOAA's Office of Finance, as cited in our January 2010 report.

KPMG found that during the period of its forensic review (January 1, 2005, through June 30, 2009), the AFF received approximately $96 million (including interest on prior balances), while expending about $49 million through over 82,000 transactions.

KPMG's review showed a history of inattention within NOAA to a substantial and highly sensitive monetary function of the agency.

KPMG's findings show that NOAA has administered the AFF in a manner that is neither transparent nor conducive to accountability.

While OLE and GCEL use the AFF for wide-ranging purposes, NOAA has no legal opinion on the applicable language in the MSA regarding authorized uses of the AFF.

The statutory language "Any expenses directly related to investigations and civil or criminal enforcement proceedings, including any necessary expenses for equipment, training, travel, witnesses, and contracting services directly related to such investigations or proceedings." 16 U.S.C. § 1861(e)(1)(C) would appear to restrict AFF expenditures to specific enforcement investigations or proceedings. NOAA, however, has interpreted this statutory passage to allow for use of the AFF to cover a variety of expenses which do not appear to be "...directly related to investigations and civil or criminal enforcement proceedings..." Specific examples of these types of expenditures, such as travel associated with international enforcement conferences, are contained in the report.

Clear from KPMG's findings is that the AFF has not functioned as a coherent program, despite being a substantial source of agency operational funding -- outside and supplemental to annual appropriations -- drawn solely from the proceeds of NOAA enforcement actions against industry.
The complete report may be read at the website of the Office of the Inspector General.

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