Friday, October 25, 2013

#1733: Marine Links Obamacare 9/11 BlackBerry to MI-3 Innholders Marriott Wi-Fi Bomb

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the CGI Obamacare BlackBerry asset-tracking platform – apparently procured for the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company through his sister Kristine Marcy’s 8(a) asset forfeiture funds – to Wi-Fi bombs allegedly triggered for a live-broadcast Marriott Group snuff film; Hotel 9/11.

McConnell alleges that the MI-3 Livery Companies used CGI's Wi-Fi platform in an E/W hack of FDNY Motorola radios to secure a spot-fixed body count of 343 dead firefighters in the Hotel 9/11 ambush observed by his sister from the 18th Floor of WTC#7 (SBA, EEOC).

See #1:
Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks (Revised)

The 9/11 Hotel - Part 1 of 5

Disambiguation:

MI-3 = Livery Companies’ patent-pool supply-chain protection racket using Privy Purse Forfeiture Fund Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Auction – Liquidation – Prisoner Medical Services – JABS)
+ Inkster (Queen’s Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – Escrow fraud)
+ 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 Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above 

McConnell notes that in Book 12 at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) Livery protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill. 

Prequel 1:
#1729: Marine Links Sister’s Marriott-Carlyle Pedo-Files to MI-3 Janitors ACE, Twin Towers Black Cat Bombs

Prequel 2:
#1730: Marine Links CGI Obamacare Kickback Database to Kristine Marcy’s Small Business Mentor-Protégé Frauds

The Simple BlackBerry Allowed Contact When Phones Failed
By SIMON ROMERO
Published: September 20, 2001
BIG WTC explosion. I'm going to street. I'm scared."

That was Lynne Federman's frantic e-mail message to her husband a few seconds after the first hijacked plane crashed into the World Trade Center. Ms. Federman, a corporate lawyer, was in her office at J. P. Morgan Chase, three blocks from the trade center, punching the message into her BlackBerry pager. 

"What??" her husband, Joseph Korb, wrote back on his BlackBerry from Newark, where he was on jury duty.

"Seems helicopter crashed into WTC," Ms. Federman replied. "Going to street now. Very scary. End of world." Like many people in the aftermath of that chaotic Tuesday morning, Ms. Federman and Mr. Korb found that telephones and cellphones worked only sporadically. So they communicated with each other in terse text messages for several hours as Ms. Federman, covered in ash, fled on foot from Lower Manhattan.

"I had my cellphone in one hand, and it was useless, and my BlackBerry in the other, and it was my lifeline that day," Ms. Federman recalled.

Rather than relying on cellular telephone systems or the local telephone network, which were damaged and inundated with traffic, the BlackBerry functions on a data system that held up remarkably well. The network not only escaped damage but also avoided bottlenecks because of its relative simplicity. 

The BlackBerry, made by Research in Motion of Waterloo, Ontario, is a hand- held device used mainly for sending and receiving short e-mail messages typed on a tiny keyboard. About a million are estimated to be in use, working on what are known as dedicated data networks operated by companies including Cingular Wireless of Atlanta and the Motient Corporation of Reston, Va. Those systems are designed exclusively to transmit data, largely e-mail relayed to and from the Internet through servers, much like some hand- held organizers send and receive e-mail using wireless modems. Such networks are dense in Lower Manhattan.

Voice calls require an open channel on their networks to be transmitted. As many people discovered on Sept. 11, the only way to get through to their families and friends was to dial over and over again and hope to get lucky with some free network space.

The BlackBerry, on the other hand, worked well because its network in a way resembles the on-ramp of a freeway. It transmits data in small packets of information that can simply wait for a small amount of space on the system to be freed up to be sent or received.

Of course, delays in delivering such messages can still result from congestion on these networks, on the Internet itself or on the telephone lines on which the recipient depends for an Internet connection. Cingular, which operates the largest dedicated data network, said that traffic on its system surged almost 60 percent in the hours after the attacks. Most of the messages sent were on BlackBerries, although devices like Palm VIIx hand-held computers and some laptop computers can work on the same network.

Some similar networks for one-way pagers and two-way paging devices were disrupted, however, when equipment was damaged or destroyed, said Phillip Redman, wireless research director at the Gartner Group , a technology consulting firm in Stamford, Conn.

One company, a WorldCom unit called SkyTel, lost 30 percent of its capacity in Manhattan on Sept. 11, according to the Gartner Group. Another two-way paging company, Arch Wireless , lost five of its frequencies in New York, knocking out service for about 50,000 subscribers.

"The BlackBerry held up admirably because data is easier to transmit than voice in such a strenuous situation," Mr. Redman said. "They were also quite lucky."”

“When former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani appeared under oath on national television before 9/11 Commission on Terrorism, why did the victims of 9/11's families shout out, "Ask him about the radios" and "Let's talk about Motorola."

Why did the 9/11 Commission fail to ask Giuliani about the FDNY radios?

Are you safe in New York City?

Are you safe in your city?

Are you being told the truth or just "spin" by certain high-ranking former New York City and FDNY officials about why as many as 125 New York City firefighters and uncounted civilians may have died needlessly on 9/11?

Was corruption involved? Were former FDNY and other officials that are now members of Giuliani Partners involved? Have the victim's families and the public been being lied to about what happened? Have the same radio problems that resulted in what happen in New York City on 9/11 been allowed to happen in your city?”

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Hotel’s Free Wi-Fi Comes With Hidden Extras [Spoliation inference that MI-3 Innholders transmitted trigger signals to Wi-Fi bombs placed in Twin Towers elevators for Hotel 9/11]
By BRIAN X. CHEN

.Justin Watt, a Web engineer, was browsing the Web in his room at the Courtyard Marriott in Midtown Manhattan this week when he saw something strange. On his personal blog, a mysterious gap was appearing at the top of the page.

After some sleuthing, Mr. Watt, who has a background in developing Web advertising tools, realized that the quirk was not confined to his site. The hotel’s Internet service was secretly injecting lines of code into every page he visited, code that could allow it to insert ads into any Web page without the knowledge of the site visitor or the page’s creator. (He did not actually see any such ads.)

Mr. Watt posted about the discovery on his blog, and that soon spawned a conversation on Hacker News, a discussion site for tech topics, about the ethics of this technique. One commenter described it as “icky,” and another asked, “Why aren’t they putting ads in my pillow?”

Mr. Watt had strong feelings about it himself. He said in an interview that he had never seen an Internet provider modifying Web pages that a person visits. “Imagine the U.S.P.S., or FedEx, for that matter, opening your Amazon boxes and injecting ads into the packages,” Mr. Watt said.

A test of the Courtyard Marriott’s wireless network on Friday verified Mr. Watt’s claims. The code was embedded in the pages of several Web sites visited, including Reddit, GigaOM and TechMeme.

The lines of code include references to “rxg,” which stands for Revenue eXtraction Gateway, a service aimed at generating money from Internet access points. On its Web site, a company called RG Nets, which makes Revenue eXtraction Gateway, explains that its system rewrites every Web page on the fly so that it can include a banner ad. “As you can see, the pervasive nature of the advertising banner on all Web pages guarantees banner advertising impression,” a narrator says in the video.

An online store selling the hardware to provide this service even lists “Web experience manipulation” as a feature. It is not clear whether the technology is in use at any other Marriott hotels. 

The Courtyard Marriott’s marketing director referred inquiries to Marriott’s New York office, where a spokeswoman said she would have to talk to the national office. The automated phone system for RG Nets quickly hung up on calls, and the company did not immediately respond to an e-mail.” 

Report: Final Cost of Obamacare Website Tops $1 Billion
Newsmax ^ | 24 Oct 2013 | Newsmax Wires
Posted on 10/25/2013 6:58:56 AM by Qbert

The principal contractors responsible for the federal government's troubled health insurance website say the Obama administration shares much of the responsibility for snags that have crippled the system. Executives of CGI Federal, which built the federal HealthCare.gov website serving 36 states, and QSSI, which designed the part that verifies applicants' income and other personal details, testified Thursday before the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Meanwhile, figures released Thursday say the total cost of the deeply flawed website and healthcare exchange has topped $1 billion, according to a devastating new report by a widely respected government analyst.

How? A surge in government spending on the Obamacare exchanges before they went live pushed the price paid to top government contractors over the $1 billion mark, The Hill reported, quoting the new study. The report released Thursday by Bloomberg Government analyst Peter Gosselin says that federal spending ramped up in the months leading up to Oct. 1, with $352 million of the $1 billion in federal contracts to the top 10 Obamacare contractors awarded during this time.” 

F.C.C. Auction Hit With Claim Of Unfair Bids [Spoliation inference that phony auction was arranged by Kristine Marcy and former FCC boss and Sidley Austin partner, Newton Minow] http://www.nytimes.com/2001/02/12/business/fcc-auction-hit-with-claim-of-unfair-bids.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm
By STEPHEN LABATON and SIMON ROMERO
Published: February 12, 2001
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George D. Crowley Jr., a longtime telecommunications entrepreneur, recalls the day last fall when an old friend contacted him about an intriguing opportunity. The friend represented SBC Communications. As Mr. Crowley knew, the Federal Communications Commission was preparing to begin an auction in December of wireless airwave frequencies that the largest telephone companies desperately needed. But many of the licenses were being set aside for small companies like his, while others available to any buyer could be bought by such companies at a deep discount. What if, the friend proposed, SBC's wireless phone venture, Cingular Wireless, helped to bankroll him in the auction?

Within weeks, Mr. Crowley set up a new company, Salmon PCS, using $50 million of his own money and $285 million that Cingular paid for an 85 percent stake in Salmon. When the bidding ended Jan. 26, Salmon was a big winner in the auction, which was the largest ever conducted by the federal government.

Almost all of the nation's largest telephone companies struck similar alliances with small companies that were able to take advantage of the F.C.C.'s small-business preferences.” 

UNITE HERE Historical Timeline 

1891 Hotel Employees & Restaurant Employees International Union forms 

1900 Workers making women's clothes form the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) 

1906 The San Francisco earthquake nearly wipes out the hospitality industry for months 

1909 A winning strike of 20,000 garment workers, mostly teenage girls, in New York City truly launches the ILGWU 

1911 A fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City kills 146 workers, leading to the first workplace health and safety laws 

1914 Men's clothing workers form the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) 

1923 The ACWA opens the Amalgamated Bank for workers and unions 

1939 New York City Hotel Trades Council forms and signs first contract with the Hotel Association. 

1939 Southern textile workers found the Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA) 

1941 ACWA begins employer-paid health and life insurance 

1947 Strike at the Brass Rail ends victoriously after six years 

1958 100,000 striking ILGWU members in eight states win the required use of the union label 

1963 The TWUA begins organizing at textile giant JP Stevens 

1960s New York's HERE locals march to support the lunch counter sit-ins to end segregation in the South 

1976 ACWA and TWUA merge and create the Amalgamated Clothing & Textile Workers Union (ACTWU) 

1980 After 17 years, 4,000 workers at JP Stevens win a contract 

1984 HERE organizes Yale University's support staff 

1995 UNITE is formed out of the ILGWU and ACTWU 1998 Strikers at the Las Vegas Frontier Hotel & Casino win after nearly 7 years. UNITE begins major organizing campaigns in laundries, coming to represent 40,000 within 5 years 1999 5,000 workers at Fieldcrest Cannon textile mills join UNITE after 25-year struggle 

2001 The attack on the World Trade Center kills 43 HERE members; the resulting economic downturn costs thousands of HERE and UNITE members their jobs 

2002 Workers at the Marriott Hotel in San Francisco negotiate 1st contract after a 22-year fight. UNITE forms partnerships with the NAACP and the Sierra Club to further civil and workers' rights & bring the environmental and labor movements together. 

2003 HERE & UNITE work together on the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride, the Yale strike and H&M organizing campaign 

2004 HERE & UNITE merge to create UNITE HERE 2005 Atlantic City strike settled for over 10,000 workers 

2006 UNITE HERE Hotel contracts settled for over 60,000 hotel workers in 400 hotels across North America 

2008 UNITE HERE first Union to endorse Barack Obama. 

2009 Congress Hotel strike enters 6th year.”

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