Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco’s hit list adopted by the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company at The Grove Hotel during the 2013 Bilderberg conference, to Serco’s alleged use of Molokai Contract Towers and RFID life-vest tags to trigger Lorretta Fuddy’s death from cardiac arrhythmia, and Serco mentors at Base One Technologies’ document conversion center in the Bronx who allegedly arranged the forgery of Obama’s long-form birth certificate ('BC').
McConnell claims the MI-3 Master Innholders gave the 2013 Bilderberg hit list to Serco director Maureen Baginski who allegedly deployed script-kiddie tag teams to silence Fuddy, the former Hawaii health director who appears to have waived the customary bans and instructed Serco’s Base One HUBZone protégé to copy Obama’s original Certificate of Live Birth.
McConnell invites sleuths to Google key words, read excerpts below and the emerging chapters of “The List of Thurso Innholders – The Wrist That Didn’t Bleed” at http://www.abeldanger.net/
#1821: Marine links MI-3 Osborne Bilderberg List to Serco Tag and Bomb, Canadian Cuff and Snuff
#1799: Marine Links Obama MI-3 Innholders to Serco Base One Honeypot, Triage of SEAL Team 6
#1787: Marine Links MI-3 Wi-Fi HUBZone to Marcy Molokai Murder, Fuddy Birth Certificate
Hawaii : Director Loretta Fuddy who confirmed Obamas Birth Papers dies in plane crash (Dec 12, 2013)
Proof Obama's 4/27/11 "Long Form Certificate of Birth" is Forged!
Posted By Dean Garrison on Dec 13, 2013 in Articles, Email Featured, News, US News, Videos |
A Cessna crashed in route to Honolulu on Wednesday. Eight of nine passengers survived the crash, which happened in open water, but not Loretta Fuddy.
Fuddy is best remembered as being instrumental in issuing the Hawaii long-form birth certificate for President Barack Obama.
Abercrombie told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser regarding Obama’s birth documentation: “It actually exists in the archives, written down.” The London Daily Mail reported, however, Abercrombie “suggested that a long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate for Barack Obama may not exist within the vital records maintained by the Hawaii Department of Health.”
Later, Obama asked for copies of the document, and under Fuddy, the state instantly waived a long-claimed ban on reproducing long-form birth certificates. On Fuddy’s instructions, copies were produced and delivered to Judith Corley, a private attorney for Obama.
Fuddy had written to Obama: “We hope that issuing you these copies of your original Certificate of Live Birth will end the numerous inquiries received by the Hawaii Department of Health to produce this document.”
Immediately after the delivered copy was posted on the White House website, however, numerous computer graphics and software experts declared it fraudulent.
This would seem to be another in the astounding coincidences of Barack Obama. Back in July, we ran a story about a man named Tim Adams, who worked for the Hawaii Elections Commission, who claimed in sworn testimony that no long-form birth certificate existed.
From the article, Hawaii Elections Official Swears That No Obama Long Form Birth Certificate Exists:
In a sworn affidavit dated and witnessed on January 20, 2011 Adams states, “Senior officers in the City and County of Honolulu Elections Division told me on multiple occasions that no Hawaii long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate existed for Senator Obama in the Hawaii Department of Health and there was no record that any such document had ever been on file in the Hawaii Department of Health or any other branch or department of the Hawaii government.”
In addition to the lack of a genuine Hawaii long-form birth certificate Adams notes that there was no evidence that Obama was born at any Hawaiian hospital.
Senior officers in the City and County of Honolulu Elections Division further told me on multiple occasions that Hawaii State government officials had made inquiries about Sen. Obama’s birth records to officials at Queens Medical Center and Kapi’olani Medical Center in Honolulu and that neither hospital had any record of Senator Obama having been born there, even though Governor Abercrombie is now asserting and various Hawaii government officials continue to assert Barack Obama, Jr. was born at Kapi’olani Medical Center on Aug. 4, 1961.
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2013/12/loretta-fuddy-woman-issued-obama-hawaii-birth-certificate-killed-plane-crash/#6pj1g1ixBeQ9S31P.99”
“Hawaii health official died of irregular heartbeat triggered by plane crash, autopsy finds
Published January 14, 2014
HONOLULU – Hawaii's health director died of an irregular heartbeat that was triggered when a small plane she was riding in lost power and crash-landed off the Hawaiian island of Molokai, police said Monday.
Loretta Fuddy's irregular heartbeat was the result of stress from the Dec. 11 crash, Maui police announced, revealing the findings of an autopsy conducted two days after the crash. The pilot and seven other passengers on the Makani Kai Air flight survived without major injuries.
Pilot Clyde Kawasaki and a passenger who swam to shore have said Fuddy appeared fine while bobbing in the water after everyone exited the plane and waited for help. Rescuers eventually pulled Kawasaki and the others from the water.
The National Transportation Safety Board's preliminary report on the crash said the single-engine plane floated for about 25 minutes before sinking.
Fuddy, 65, was healthy and didn't have any known heart problems, her brother, Lewis Fuddy, said Monday.
"She wasn't an anxious person," he said. "To be head of the Health Department, you have to have some cool nerves."
Fuddy gained attention in 2011 for her role in releasing President Barack Obama's Hawaii birth certificate to rebut claims he was born outside the U.S.
A spokeswoman said the Health Department had no comment on the cause of death.
Knowing the cause of Fuddy's death doesn't alleviate the grief, her brother said.
xxxx"I don't think it's every going to bring any comfort to us," he said. "We felt she had a lot of years to live and only the Lord knows why."
Kawasaki agreed that the cause of death doesn't make him feel better: "The end result is a fatality in a crash."
More questions remain, including why the engine lost power, he said.
One passenger, C. Phillip Hollstein Jr., has said he credits Kawasaki for being the reason nearly everyone survived.
When the plane's lone engine failed, the 60-year-old veteran pilot and passengers stayed calm as the aircraft glided toward the ocean and made a belly landing in rough waters, Hollstein recounted. The engine on the 2002 Cessna Grand Caravan turboprop cut out less than a minute after takeoff from the island of Molokai, just as the plane was making a turn toward its destination of Honolulu.
There was a "muffled bang," Hollstein has said, and "then we were a glider."
He said Kawasaki expertly maneuvered the plane after the engine failed, avoiding what could have been a catastrophic impact on the water. People put on life jackets and remained in the plane until it started sinking.
"There wasn't panic or anything," Hollstein has said. "It was very orderly."
Hollstein, 70, said he swam about a half-mile in 6-foot waves to Molokai's rugged shoreline, thinking the others aboard the plane were fine bobbing in their life vests, awaiting rescue. He said he was surprised to learn later that Fuddy died.
Fuddy was clinging to the hand of her deputy, Keith Yamamoto, who tried to help her relax, according to the Rev. Patrick Killilea, who consoled Yamamoto after the crash.
Fuddy and Yamamoto were on the flight after an annual visit to Kalaupapa, where the state exiled leprosy patients until 1969. The settlement is still run by the Health Department, though only a few former leprosy patients live there.
Makani Kai Air owner Richard Schuman said he has no idea why the engine failed. The plane had no previous problems, he said.
Kawasaki, who received stitches and was hospitalized after hitting his head on the control panel, said he's still waiting for medical clearances to be able to pilot a plane again. He said he flew in the co-pilot's seat last week for a trip to Molokai with one of the passengers from the crash. They met with some of the people who came to their aid during the aftermath.”
“RFID Life Jacket / PFD Used to Detect Human Presence in Boat Kill Switch Applications invention
Our RFID Life Jacket / RF Reflector Life Jacket Used to Detect Human Presence in Boat Kill Switch Applications invention disclosure below was posted on 29 August 2011. It is one of five related Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) invention disclosures we posted today. We will make no changes to the invention disclosure that begins with text below the horizontal line following this paragraph except to correct misspellings, punctuation, and to update html/computer codes and links. Any updates to the invention will be posted below the horizontal line marking the end of the invention disclosure.
When queried for additional information, the LJAKS RFID tags could all broadcast the same alphanumeric response, such as “HUMAN”.
Having the same serial number AND / OR broadcasting the same alphanumeric response, such as “HUMAN” provides two alternative means of verifying the operator is at the helm.
RFID tags can be incorporated in the the life jacket as:
1. Attached fobs, as fobs contained within a closeable, sealable pouch in the life jacket (sealable by sewing, zipper, snaps, buttons, or other means to retain the fob).
2. Washable RFID tags of the nature of those manufactured by Fujitsu, Linen Technology Tracking, the several manufacturers on Alibaba.com, and others.
3. Sew on patches or adhesive patches (possibly resembling military or scouting patches)
4. Many other ways
RFID tags can also be incorporated into life jackets after the time of manufacture, such as by the retailer or end user. This can be done by using:
1. The life jacket manufacturer providing a pouch or other secure retaining method in which RFID tags could be later added.
2. Sew on or adhesive patches could be used to convert existing life jackets to LJAKS. These patches could be clearly marked with a logo, such as LJAKS.
LJAKS could be designed so RFID tags could be temporarily removed from LJAKS for service, replacement, washing, or drying.
In one embodiment, a passive washable UHF RFID tag is securely built into the life jacket at the time of manufacture. This method works equally well with inflatable or non-inflatable life jackets, Personal Floatation Devices, or life vests.
LJAKS could be plainly marked as incorporating kill switch RFID tags. For example they could bear a name or logo such as LJAKS.
LJAKS life jackets would normally only be worn by the boat operator. They would not be worn in the water when the boat is running (not worn for water skiing, etc.). When the boat engine is off, the boat operator can enter the water wearing them.
The LJAKS RFID tags could be built by several different manufacturers. They would just have to all use the same agreed upon serial number on every single RFID tag and be capable of being read by the same RFID reader.
As an alternative, unique RFID tags (each with their own unique serial number) or non-unique RFID tags (all with the same serial number) could be programed to broadcast the same alphanumeric response, such as the words “HUMAN” or “OPERATOR” when queried for additional information.
LJAKS can be used to determine the presence of the boat operator wearing it to the helm. LJAKS can similarly be used to determine the proximity of the boat operator wearing it to the helm (distance from the helm).
RECCO is well known for producing RECCO reflectors for finding people buried under snow avalanches. RECCO reflectors function similar to RFID tags but do not contain a serial number. RECCO reflector tags are primarily built for sewing onto clothing, attaching to boots or helmets, or embedding in clothing. RECCO tags focus on reflecting as much energy as possible. They do not require a chip to modulate the energy to return their serial number.
A “RECCO like” RF tag could be designed similar to a RECCO reflector, in that the RF tag could be manufactured to reflect the maximum amount of energy, would not have a chip, and would not broadcast a serial number. Without the need to expend energy to modulate the antennae to broadcast a serial number, “RECCO like” RF reflector tags could send back stronger signals allowing detection over greater distances. While “RECCO like” RF reflector would not generate the same magnitude of signal as a RECCO reflector, they would generate a stronger signal than existing passive RFID tags and could be used in all the applications discussed in this invention disclosure.
The antennae of the “RECCO like” RF reflector tag above could be manufactured to send back a few bits of data (Chipless RFID / RF Fibers). Each “RECCO like” reflector tag could broadcast the same few bits of data. For example they could be all 1′s. This would help prevent the “RECCO like” RF reflector tag from being confused with other reflected signals.
The “REECO like” RF reflector tags just discussed could be used in LJAKS as an alternative to RFID tags.
Knowledge of location of the reader on the boat and the design of life jackets allows optimal design of the RFID tag or of the “RECCO like” reflector tag for maximum signal and minimum noise. It also allows optimal placement of the RFID tag(s) or “RECCO like” RF reflector(s) in the life jacket for maximum signal and minimum noise.
It is well known that some RFID tags have difficulties near fluids, metals, and humans (humans are mostly water). These problems can be overcome properly selecting the type of tag, selecting the proper frequencies, positioning the tag(s) on the LJAKS, by the use of multiple RFID tags, by use of multiple antennas to saturate the tag(s), and by proper design and positioning of the reader(s) on the boat.
LJAKS can be easily manufactured in the form of in traditional life jackets, life vests, inflatable life jackets, inflatable belts, personal floatation devices (PFDs), and other forms of floatation devices used by boat operators.
LJAKS can be used with multiple helms on the same boat.
Conventional lanyard kill switch systems can still be optionally used with LJAKS.
A random generated numeric or alphanumeric code could be written to RFID tags in LJAKS by the reader to identify the specific LJAKS that is the operator at this time.
Proper care must be taken in design of LJAKS to assure the system does not interfere with wireless, radio, cell phone, video, television, gps, engine electronics, or other electronic systems on the vessel AND that those systems do not interfere with LJAKS.
We recognize the optimal design for this system is to be reading passive RFID tags up to a few meters in distance in a boating environment. Reading a single passive RFID tag at those distances, considering the freedom of orientation of the operator, in the boating environment can be challenging today. New improved RFID tags and readers are coming out at a frenzied pace. The use of passive tags in this system with minimal false positives is now possible or will be very soon. Until then, semi-passive, battery assisted passive (BAP),or active RFID tags are very capable of getting the job done with relatively long battery life. At the moment, UHF laundry RFID tags look like an excellent approach due to their larger size, greater reading distances, and ease at which they could be built into life jackets. See InvoTech Systems UHF RFID YouTube Demo in the references below as an example of their reading distances.”
Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222
David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation