Thursday, December 5, 2013

#1776: Marine Links MI-3 Fairmont Savoy to Q’s Bullingdon Onion-Router Laptop, Rebekah 7/7 Peg House Bombs

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Fairmont-Savoy Hotel agents in the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company to QinetiQ’s (‘Q’) development of onion-router laptop patent-pool devices for Bullingdon Club alumni and Rebekah Brooks’ alleged deployment of peg-house laptops in the 7/7 bombing attacks on London.

McConnell claims that the authority to use Bullingdon onion-router laptops and associated MI-3 patent pools on 7/7 was procured from QinetiQ by Ewen Alastair John Fergusson, a former British Ambassador to France and former Chairman of the Savoy Group, and the late Jack Profumo, a former Secretary of State for War and former toilet bowl cleaner at Toynbee Hall (cf. Marconi).

McConnell also claims that Bullingdon alumni, Profumo and Fergusson, set up a 7/7 onion-router war room at the Fairmont-managed Savoy Hotel in support of Brooks’ alleged deployment of peg-house boys’ carrying laptops as malicious exit nodes to detonate military-grade explosives.
McConnell notes that the opportunity to set up an MI-3 onion-router war room in the Savoy followed its purchase on 19th January, 2005 by a consortium headed by HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin AbdulAziz Alsaud who gave the Savoy management contract to Fairmont Hotels.

McConnell alleges that MI-3 founders; his sister Kristine Marcy, former Interpol boss Norman Inkster and the late William ‘Intrepid’ Stephenson, financed the development of the Innholders’ onion-router network with frauds on the Queen’s Privy Purse and the DoJ Asset Forfeiture Fund.

Disambiguation:

MI-3B = Livery Company patent-pool supply-chain users of Privy Purse and Forfeiture Fund Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Loan Auction – Con Air Medical JABS)
+ Inkster (Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons – Loss Adjuster fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin ‘41-‘45 – Operation Paperclip Foreign Fugitive – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN, Mariners patent pools – Wild Bill Pearl Harbor 9/11) +Baginski (Serco Information Technologists Skynet sodomite mesh, KPMG Consulting Tillman)

MI-3 = Marine Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above

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

Prequel 1: #1773: Marine links MI-3 Innholders to Emerson Onion Router, Delta Peg-house Pressure-cooker Bombs

Prequel 2: 
 MI2 F3 @ 6&7 4 CSI Skinners Hall - Chapter 18

Sky News: London bombings

The phone hacking scandal that ended Rebekah Brooks's News International career



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Foreknowledge of the 7/7 Attack?
According to a report of the Associated Press correspondent in Jerusalem, the Israeli embassy in London had been advised in advance by Scotland Yard of an impending bomb attack:

Just before the blasts, Scotland Yard called the security officer at the Israeli Embassy to say they had received warnings of possible attacks, the official said. He did not say whether British police made any link to the economic conference.(AP, 7 July 2005)

Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was warned by his embassy not to attend an attend an economic conference organized by the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) in collaboration with the Israeli embassy and Deutsche Bank.

Netanyahu was staying at the Aldridge Hotel in Mayfair. The conference venue was a few miles away at the Great Eastern Hotel close to the Liverpool subway station, where one of the bomb blasts occurred.
Rudolph Giuliani’s London Visit

Rudolph Giuliani, who was mayor of New York City at the time of the 9/11 attacks, was staying at the Great Eastern hotel on the 7th of July, where TASE was hosting its economic conference, with Israel’s Finance 
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as keynote speaker.

Giuliani was having a business breakfast meeting in his room at the Great Eastern Hotel, close to Liverpool Street station when the bombs went off:

“I didn’t hear the Liverpool Street bomb go off,” he explains. “One of my security people came into the room and informed me that there had been an explosion. We went outside and they pointed in the direction of where they thought the incident had happened. There was no panic. I went back in to my breakfast. At that stage, the information coming in to us was very ambiguous.” (quoted in theEvening Standard, 11 July 2005.)

Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Rudolph Giuliani knew each other. Giuliani had officially welcomed Netanyahu when he visited New York City as Prime Minister of Israel in 1996. There was no indication, however, from news reports that the two men met in London at the Great Eastern. On the day prior to the London attacks, July 6th, Giuliani was in North Yorkshire at a meeting.

After completing his term as mayor of New York City, Rudi Giuliani established a security outfit: Giuliani Security and Safety. The latter is a subsidary of Giuliani Partners LLC. headed by former New York head of the FBI, Pasquale D’Amuro.

After 9/11, D’Amuro was appointed Inspector in Charge of the FBI’s investigation of 9/11. He later served as Assistant Director of the Counterterrorism Division at FBI Headquarters and, Executive Assistant Director for Counterterrorism and Counterintelligence. D’Amuro had close links to the Neocons in the Bush administration.

It is worth noting that Visor Consultants and Giuliani Security and Safety LLC specialize in similar “mock terror drills” and “emergency preparedness” procedures. Both Giuliani and Power were in London at the same time within a short distance of one of the bombing sites. While there is no evidence that Giuliani and Power met in London, the two companies have had prior business contacts in the area of emergency preparedness. Peter Power served on the Advisory Board to the Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness (CCEP), together with Richard Sheirer, Senior Vice President of Giuliani and Partners. who was previously Commissioner at the NYC Office of Emergency Management, and Director of New York City Homeland Security.”

Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson: fates of former lovers are diverging in hacking case
Date
December 3, 2013
Sarah Lyall
LONDON: Once they were friends and colleagues who revelled in the heady world of British news, politics and intrigue. Together they rose from the scrappy newsrooms of London's tabloids to the heights of establishment power, she as head of Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper empire, he as Prime Minister David Cameron's chief spokesman. For six years they were lovers, carrying on their affair even as each married someone else.

Now Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson are together again, this time in the dock at the Old Bailey, London's main criminal court, facing charges of illegally intercepting voice messages and other crimes in connection with their work for Murdoch's now-defunct News of the World tabloid.

He didn't get a massive payoff, he didn't get Murdoch standing behind him, and he had to fall on his sword twice. 

Since their arrests, their lives have sharply diverged.

Though they sit side by side in court, it is not by choice; their seats are assigned. Nothing about their body language suggests their history of intimacy. They bid each other good morning and good evening, but there is little more than that. When the prosecution read out a steamy letter from Brooks to Coulson as evidence of their affair, she looked uneasily down at her lap; he stared straight ahead.

Brooks, 45, a Murdoch darling who worked as chief executive of Murdoch's News International before resigning when the phone hacking scandal engulfed her in the summer of 2011, never lost the support of the man who was her boss, friend, mentor and protector.

She walked away with a $US17.6 million severance package that incorporated "compensation for loss of office" and various "ongoing benefits". These have not been specified but are believed to include the car and driver that bring her to court each day. She has houses in London and in Oxfordshire.

But from appearances at least, she is a changed woman. Her clingy, look-at-me clothes have been replaced by functional skirts and blouses; she wears little makeup. She sees a small circle of close friends, no longer goes to the glamorous parties she used to love, and is devoting her time to the legal case and to the baby she had via a surrogate.

"She's doing as well as can be expected, which is not great," a friend said.

Still, she is rich. And she is better shape than Coulson, 45, who resigned twice over different phases of the phone hacking scandal: once as editor of News of the World in 2007 and again as director of communications for Cameron in 2011. Cut loose by the Murdochs, shunned by his old government friends, short of cash and out of work for nearly three years, he has had to sell his expensive London house and move out of town with his wife and three children.

Coulson appears unchanged physically, and still wears the same nondescript business suits he always did, He commutes to the trial from his new home in Kent or stays overnight in modest hotels or friends' houses.

The Murdochs washed their hands of him long ago, rightly concluding that his employment at Downing Street made the hacking scandal far more combustible by implicating the government and the Conservative Party.

"My feeling is that he has paid a much higher price than anyone else," said Roy Greenslade, a professor of journalism at City University here. "He didn't get a massive payoff, he didn't get Murdoch standing behind him, and he had to fall on his sword twice."

A journalist from a competing news organisation said: "He has lost everything, basically."

While Brooks' legal expenses have been paid by her old employer, Coulson - whose bills have passed the $US400,000 mark and will inevitably climb much higher - has had a different experience. Despite negotiating an exit package in which the company was obliged to pay his legal bills should he be charged in connection with his work as editor, Coulson has had to take the company to court to obtain the payments.

Even though it lost the case, the company is still paying only grudgingly, Coulson's friends say.

"To this day, they're making it supremely difficult for him to get his bills paid," said an acquaintance of Coulson's who, like others interviewed for this article, spoke anonymously to comment on a pending case. "They're going through his bills with a fine-tooth comb, and the big problem is that they're delaying payments. He has a big team, and it makes life very difficult."

Both Coulson and Brooks are likely to have to pay back at least some of the money to the company if they are found guilty. (Both have pleaded not guilty to the hacking charges.)

The trial is expected to run for several more months. It is now in its second month, and the prosecution is still presenting its arguments.

This is a complicated undertaking, in part because of the multiple defendants and multiple charges relating to phone hacking, computer hacking, paying off public officials and perverting the course of justice.

In addition to Coulson and Brooks, there are six other defendants, among them Charlie Brooks, Rebekah Brooks' husband, who has been accused of conspiring with her to destroy evidence.

More trials are expected to follow. What began as in investigation into the illegal interception of voice mail messages has grown into a sprawling octopus of a case, with law-enforcement strands stretching in many directions and involving more than 160 police officers and staff members; at least 1000 likely victims from politics, sports, show business and the media; and millions of emails and other documents.

It is far too early to say how the case will end; the defendants' lawyers have not started presenting their arguments. But on the surface, at least, Coulson looks to be in a worse position than Brooks. While prosecutors have already introduced email and voice mail messages that they say directly link Coulson to phone hacking, they have not yet presented similar evidence in the case of Brooks.

She and her husband seem more vulnerable to the charge of conspiring to pervert the course of justice. The prosecution contends that they illegally removed files from the office and tried to discard a laptop that potentially contained evidence in the case.

As for Coulson, even when this case is finished, his woes will not be over. Whether or not he is convicted, he faces a second trial in Scotland, which has a different legal system from England's and a reputation for being tough on English journalists. He stands accused there of committing perjury while testifying in the trial of a Scottish politician who, among other things, claimed his phone had been hacked.

In that trial, Coulson repeatedly declared that there was no phone hacking going on at News of the World.
The New York Times”

 “Q is a fictional character in the James Bond films and film novelizations. Q (standing for Quartermaster), like M, is a job title rather than a name. He is the head of Q Branch (or later Q Division), the fictional research and development division of the British Secret Service. Q has appeared in 20 of 23 Eon Bond films; all except Live and Let Die,Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. The character was also featured in the non-Eon Bond films Casino Royale (1967) and Never Say Never Again.

Q gadgets [allegedly assembled into the MI-3 Innoholders onion router laptop patent pool]…
Lektor Decoder 
Typewriter-sized decoding device used to decipher encrypted Russian messages. (This device resembles the Enigmacipher machines used for encryption and decryption by Germany in World War II.)
Reference is made to Bond having an attaché case (see also previous film) that Bond is told was damaged or possibly destroyed when examined by Goldfinger's personnel. Most likely it was opened improperly and then exploded during the examination.
Bug Sweeper 
a hand-held device that can sweep a room for electronic microphones.
Clothing Brush Communicator 
A radio hidden inside a clothing brush with a key, allowing it to transmit messages in morse code. This same prop later appeared (used in a similar manner) in the 1975 Doctor Who serial Revenge of the Cybermen.
Seiko Wristwatch 
Contains a remote detonator and explosive charge and fuse inside the back compartment.
Transmitter 
A transmitter hidden in Holly Goodhead's purse.
ATAC 
The Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator, or ATAC, was lost when the British spy ship St. Georges was sunk. This device controls all of Britain's Polaris ICBM nuclear submarines and can render them either inoperative or co-ordinate the use of them against major western cities or against Britain herself. Later recovered by Bond, who at the end destroys it to prevent it from falling into enemy hands.
Homing device 
a small tracker inserted into the Faberge egg that Bond steals during an auction. The device also contains a microphone that works with the listening device in the pen described above.
Zorin identification Device 
Installed within the walls of Zorin's Paris Estate office, this computer integrated system allows Zorin to quickly identify any suspicious clients.
” Zorin Desk Lamp 
Installed throughout the many quarters of his Paris estate. These lamps allow his surveillance team to monitor any conversations made by any of his guests.
Dentonite Toothpaste 
Plastic explosives disguised as ordinary toothpaste. The receiver that picks up the signal from Bond to blow the explosives is disguised as a packet of cigarettes.
Door Decoder 
Small device that can be fitted onto keypad locked electronic doors that finds the combination and displays it on its screen. Used by 006 in the pre-credit sequence.
Mobile Phone 
This was a concept phone designed by Ericsson. The phone had a variety of features, including:
stun gun, containing a 20,000 Volt shock to any unauthorised user, and is also handy at disabling a high tech door lock.
fingerprint scanner/analyser/transmitter that can also be used for opening high-tech fingerprint-identification locks
Antennae lock pick, which detaches from the phone and when inserted into a keyhole, hitting a key on the phone can then open the lock.
"Flip-open" remote control for operating his BMW 750iL (Directional steering pad, LCD monitor for the front and rear view, controls to fire rocket launcher and operate the car's other defence mechanisms)
Much of the phone's style, including its "flip-open" design, was incorporated a few years later into the Ericsson R380, an early smartphone. The R380 combined a fully functional mobile phone, PDA-like tools and WAP services.
Virtual Combat Training Simulator
This device allows the user to enter a virtual environment with the assistance of four computerised columns, a special pair of sunglasses, and a special weapon. This training simulator is tested by 007. One such program contains a scenario in which MI6 Headquarters is attacked and the user must eliminate all threats as they see fit. Miss Moneypenny makes some recreational use of another version of the program, where she is romancing with James Bond over a desk.
Mobile phone with sophisticated GPS and 3.2 megapixel digital camera, with the ability to take multiple pictures very rapidly.
Sony Ericsson M600
Microchip implant 
Bond is implanted with a microchip that helps MI6 keep track of Bond's whereabouts; it also monitors Bond's vital signs which are transmitted back to MI6 for analysis.
This mobile phone has a built in identification imager, capable of compiling a composite facial image of a potential suspect even when the person being photographed is looking to the side. This phone can also receive information immediately regarding the suspect as it is also tied into the MI6 data mainframe.
Omega Seamaster wristwatch
MI6 Profile Touchscreen 
Similar to the Microsoft Surface, this tool used by MI6 gathers information regarding possible suspects in an investigation, and relays it back to Bond through his mobile phone.
Quantum Earpiece 
A Q-shaped earpiece that 007 uses to listen in on Dominic Greene and his plots.
Briefcase 
Made standard by Major Boothroyd in the film From Russia With Love. Contains several gadgets built in and is used by all MI6 personnel.
Pager 

Used to contact Bond when needed for new assignments. It comes in many forms from a key chain to a wristwatch.”

Terence Jagger CBE Chief Executive Crown Agents Joined Crown Agents in March 2011 from one of the most senior civilian roles within the Ministry of Defence. His 16-year career with the MoD included roles as the senior political advisor to ISAF in Afghanistan and head of the private finance initiative. He also led the privatisation of QinetiQ. Prior to this he spent several years in the private sector with companies such as Shell, American Express, Burmah Oil and Unigate. He is currently President of the European Network of Implementing Development Agencies EEIG (EUNIDA)”

Sir Ewen Alastair John Fergusson GCMG GCVO (born 28 October 1932) is a retired British diplomat.[1]
The son of Sir Ewen MacGregor Field Fergusson and Winifred Evelyn Fergusson, he was educated at Rugby and Oriel College, Oxford. He played rugby for Oxford University and for Scotland, gaining 5 caps. While at Oxford he was a member of The Bullingdon Club, a notorious dining club 'infamous for riotous behaviour',[citation needed] whose subsequent members included Boris Johnson and David Cameron.

After 2 years with the King's Royal Rifle Corps, he entered Her Majesty's Diplomatic Service in 1956.

He was British Ambassador to South Africa 1982-84, deputy under secretary of state at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1984-87 and British Ambassador to France 1987-92.

He was Chairman of Coutts from 1993–99, and of the Savoy Hotel Group 1994-98. He was Chairman of the governors of Rugby School from 1995–2002 and a trustee of the National Gallery from 1995-2002.

He is an honorary fellow of Oriel CollegeOxford and holds an honorary LLD from Aberdeen University. He was appointed KCMG in 1987, GCVO in 1992, GCMG in 1993, and a Grand Officier of the Légion d'Honneur. He served as King of Arms of the Order of St Michael and St George from 1996 until 2007.”

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