Tuesday, February 4, 2014

#1839: Marine Links MI-3 Langham Onion Cipher Key to Mycroft Lincoln Hit, Serco Boston Bomb

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Langham Hotel operations of onion-router cipher keys for the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company to the alleged use of the imperial brain (‘Mycroft’) in the Langham’s telegraph office for the 1865 contract hit of Abraham Lincoln and the script kiddies who relayed Serco Wi-Fi trigger signals in the Boston Marathon bombing of April 15, 2013.

McConnell claims that in 1865, The Electric Telegraph Company - a Serco root company - equipped the Langham telegraph office with devices patented by Sir William Fothergill Cooke and Charles Wheatstone, including a device to encrypt messages with the Playfair cipher and allegedly used by Paul Julius Reuter to tip off insiders banks, finance houses and personal friends about a likely fall in the stock markets following news of the Lincoln hit.

McConnell claims Serco’s Mycroft imperial brain relayed onion router signals via Langham Wi-Fi systems and the mobile devices of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his late brother Tamerlan, so that the two script kiddies could be set up as chief suspects for the Boston bombing.

McConnell invites key word Googlers to read excerpts below and ask why “The List of Sherlock Innholders – The Wrist That Didn’t Bleed” book has a new title at http://www.abeldanger.net/

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 Lincoln assassinated!

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News travelled across the Atlantic with the speed of a steamboat in 1865 and it was 12 days before the people of Europe knew about President Lincoln’s assassination in Ford’s Theatre, Washington.

It was Reuters that told them, with the help ofJames ‘Tugboat’ McLean in New York, a lookout in Ireland, three men with outsize shrimping nets and a private telegraph line.

McLean was Reuters go-getting correspondent, in those days called an agent. We accord him the nickname ‘Tugboat’ because, when news of Lincoln’s death reached New York too late for the British mail steamer, he pursued the ship in a hired tugboat and threw his news on board.

McLean’s detailed report captured the opera-style high drama of the assassination, which was a swift sequel to the victory of Lincoln’s Union forces in the American Civil War.

His dispatch described how John Wilkes Booth, actor and passionate secessionist, walked into the unguarded state box at the end of the Dress Circle, and shot Lincoln once through the back of the head with a pistol.

Crying “Sic semper tyrannis” (“Thus always with tyrants”), he leapt onto the stage waving a large knife, rushed through a backstage door into an alley and rode away into the night on a horse. Lincoln died a few hours later.

Troops eventually cornered Booth in a barn, which burned dramatically while he was besieged. He died in the ruins and no one knows whether a bullet in his body came from his own gun or that of a soldier.

Tugboats apart, it was no surprising that Reuters beat everybody in speeding the news to Europe. The agency’s founder Paul Julius Reuter, determined to be first with news about the American Civil War, had been working an express service long before Lincoln was shot.

The telegraph from London extended westwards only as far as Cork, in Ireland, and boats would meet the mail steamers off Roche’s Point, near Queenstown, in a race to be first with American news at the Cork cable office.

Not good enough for Mr Reuter! He completed a private telegraph line 60 miles from Cork to the tiny harbour of Crookhaven, at Ireland’s south-western tip, and used a steam tender, the Marseilles, to pick up his mail.

The New York agent sealed his news in watertight canisters with an arrangement for flying a small flag on top and for fixing a blue light at night. They were entrusted to the mail ship’s purser, who had them lowered overboard when the Marseilles came close.

An alarm from a lookout on Brow Head, near Crookhaven, whenever a mail steamer came in sight, alerted the three men who ran the pick-up service. They put to sea whatever the weather, equipped with nets on long poles, like outsize shrimping nets, which they used to fish the canisters from the sea.

Once the canisters were landed at Crookhaven no time was lost before the contents were telegraphed over Reuters private line to Cork, and on to London. Newspapers had the latest news while the mail ship that brought it was still at sea. Competitors were left hours behind.

Lincoln was shot at the evening theatre performance on 14 April, 1865, but Europe had to wait for the Reuter bulletin in mid-morning of 26 April to learn about it. The news produced a sharp impact of shock and horror, throwing markets into confusion and dismaying even supporters of the Confederate South in the Civil War.

On the floor of the Liverpool Exchange, where Confederate support was strong, a man who ventured a faint “Hurrah” was thrown out by a fellow trader who exclaimed “You incarnate fiend, you have the heart of an assassin yourself!”

Though the news was bad, for those who did not have the hearts of assassins, it meant a triumph for Reuters.

It was news no one could ignore, and the sweeping display Reuters received for its report in the British and Continental press amply justified Mr Reuter’s habit of sparing neither effort nor expense to ensure that his agency’s news must be not only accurate but fast.

First published in Reuters World No. 55 August 1988


Reuters has always aimed to be first with the news. Reporting the shooting of President Abraham Lincoln in 1865, it was first. Or was it?

The story begins in New York and New Jersey – in Manhattan and Hoboken, facing each other across the Hudson River. It involves people for whom, within minutes, a peaceful evening changed to one of the most eventful nights of the 19th century. By dawn, a Reuters legend was in the making.

IN MANHATTAN

Good Friday evening (14 April) 1865 was routine at 195 Broadway – in those days the Associated Press headquarters, nowadays offices for Thomson Reuters. Five days earlier, the Confederacy had surrendered and that was still the main news story. The four-year Civil War had cost more than 600,000 lives. Because there was still no transatlantic cable, all news had to be sent east to Europe by ship. What story could be more momentous?

At around 11:00 pm the AP’s private telegraph machine rattled into action with a message from Washington. The experienced telegraphist translated the Morse characters into letters as he listened. The message read:President Lincoln shot. The result was pandemonium.

AP had a contractual agreement with Julius Reuter. It supplied his agency in London with American news dispatched by the fastest available steamer. In return, Reuter supplied AP with news from Europe and the Far East. The next ship scheduled to leave the Hudson for England was not to set sail until 5:00 pm on the Saturday. Several hours nearer to England was Portland, Maine, from where the Nova Scotian, a Canadian steamer, was due to sail about midday. Because AP had constructed is own telegraph line northward through Portland, the dramatic news about Lincoln could be placed on the Nova Scotian without delay. The President breathed his last at 7:22 am on the Saturday morning after lingering overnight. This meant that by the time the steamer sailed the story had been changed to Lincoln Assassinated. Copies of the local Portland newspapers, with their own reports from Washington, were also put on board. Captain Wylie hoped to reach the Irish coast in as little as 10 days.

IN HOBOKEN

As well as his contract with AP, Reuter had his own representative in New York. This was James Heckscher, a fellow German. He was regarded by Julius as one his best men. He had arrived in 1864 to “more fully develop the American service of news”. He was there not to compete with AP but to supply a more detailed financial and commercial service, based on New York Stock Exchange closing prices. He probably lodged across the Hudson in Hoboken, then known as Little Germany. The Exchange was closed on Good Friday. So for him, also, it must have been a quiet day.

The bad news from Washington – sure to be market-moving in London – had to be delivered to Reuter’s commercial clients as quickly as possible. Hecksher had no access to AP’s Portland telegraph line. But he found that, around midnight, the Teutonia, a Hamburg-bound ship calling at Southampton, had sailed from its wharf at the foot of Third Street, Hoboken, and was steaming out to Sandy Hook. By chartering a fast tug, he might be able to catch up with the Teutonia and throw onboard his message Lincoln angeschossen (Lincoln shot – not, at this point, assassinated). Tradition has it that the owner of the tug – the fastest in the port – was a Captain Schmidt from Hoboken. Luck was on his side. By going full steam ahead, he duly caught up with the Teutonia. So far, so good.

IN THE ATLANTIC

The Nova Scotian was routed to reach Liverpool around the north coast of Ireland. The drill was for ships to be intercepted at the mouth of Lough Foyle by a small steamer which would take off brief dispatches of American news. From the telegraph station at Greencastle on the Irish mainland, this news would be telegraphed to recipients in London, including Reuter. These dispatches would arrive at least a day before the Nova Scotian reached Liverpool with fuller news.

In contrast, the Teutonia set sail around the south of Ireland. On reaching Crookhaven, in the extreme south-west, ships taking this route were routinely met by the Marseilles, a small steamer, owned by Julius Reuter. As a result, and using Reuter’s privately-constructed telegraph line to Cork, Heckscher’s news would have reached the agency’s office in London at least a day before the steamer docked at Southampton.

Which ship would deliver its Lincoln news first? By all likelihood, the Nova Scotian should have been first. But dense fog around the northern Irish coast delayed its progress and it was not sighted until 10:00 am on Wednesday 26 April. In the south, visibility was better. The Teutonia appeared off Crookhaven at 8:00 am. By the time Reuter’s AP messages were being telegraphed to London, Heckscher’s message had already arrived.

IN LONDON

This should have been the end of the story. But it wasn’t. Julius Reuter never issued any telegram to any newspapers telling what Hecksher had gone to such great trouble to report: that Lincoln had been shot. Why not?

What seems to have happened was that Reuter circulated the news to only a small number of banks and finance houses. Did these include his personal friends, and was he knowingly giving them a tip about a likely fall in the stock markets? Possibly. But maybe his legal agreement with his commercial subscribers prevented him from immediately passing on the information to anyone else for a defined time period. Inevitably, the news broke. It seems that someone in American Peabody’s Bank in London told a friend in the London Stock Exchange, who telegraphed a friend in the Liverpool Stock Exchange, and so on. Even so – and this is the most surprising piece in the whole jigsaw – Heckscher’s story was viewed as no more than “mysterious message”, or as a “possible rumour to affect stock prices”. Although entirely correct, it was taken only half-seriously. And its connection with Reuter was never mentioned.

Ironically, it was only when the Reuter’s (AP) telegram from the Nova Scotian finally arrived – along with the official report to the US Legation in London – that the earlier independent Heckscher scoop for Reuters was confirmed. By that time, the “mysterious message” of a shooting had been confirmed by the news of Lincoln’s subsequent death. Alas, such confirmation meant that Hecksher’s hard-won preparatory news flash had lost all its significance.

The Old World knew, without doubt, that Abe Lincoln was dead from an assassin’s bullet.

Certainly, Reuters was not first with the news of Lincoln’s death. Whether it was first with the news of his shooting remains open to debate. What is certain is that, with the successful inauguration of the first Atlantic cable the following year, such a story about a story could never happen again.”

“EXCLUSIVE

CSEC used airport Wi-Fi to track Canadian travellers: Edward Snowden documents
Electronic snooping was part of a trial run for U.S. NSA and other foreign services
By Greg Weston, Glenn Greenwald, Ryan Gallagher, CBC News Posted: Jan 30, 2014 …
8:59 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 31, 2014 6:38 PM ET

Trial run for NSA

The document indicates the passenger tracking operation was a trial run of a powerful new software program CSEC was developing with help from its U.S. counterpart, the National Security Agency.

In the document, CSEC called the new technologies "game-changing," and said they could be used for tracking "any target that makes occasional forays into other cities/regions."

Sources tell CBC News the technologies tested on Canadians in 2012 have since become fully operational.

CSEC claims "no Canadian or foreign travellers' movements were 'tracked,'" although it does not explain why it put the word "tracked" in quotation marks.

Deibert says metadata is "way more powerful than the content of communications. You can tell a lot more about people, their habits, their relationships, their friendships, even their political preferences, based on that type of metadata."

The document does not say exactly how the Canadian spy service managed to get its hands on two weeks' of travellers' wireless data from the airport Wi-Fi system, although there are indications it was provided voluntarily by a "special source."

The country's two largest airports — Toronto and Vancouver — both say they have never supplied CSEC or other Canadian intelligence agency with information on passengers' Wi-Fi use.

Alana Lawrence, a spokesperson for the Vancouver Airport Authority, says it operates the free Wi-Fi there, but does "not in any way store any personal data associated with it," and has never received a request from any Canadian intelligence agency for it.

A U.S.-based company, Boingo, is the largest independent supplier of Wi-Fi services at other Canadian airports, including Pearson International in Toronto.

Spokesperson Katie O'Neill tells CBC News: "To the best of our knowledge, [Boingo] has not provided any information about any of our users to the Canadian government, law enforcement or intelligence agencies."

It is also unclear from the document how CSEC managed to penetrate so many wireless systems to see who was using them — specifically, to know every time someone targeted at the airport showed up on one of those other Wi-Fi networks elsewhere.

Deibert and other experts say the federal intelligence agency must have gained direct access to at least some of the country's main telephone and internet pipelines, allowing the mass-surveillance of Canadian emails and phone calls.”

The Playfair cipher or Playfair square is a manual symmetric encryption technique and was the first literal digraph substitution cipher. The scheme was invented in 1854 by Charles Wheatstone, but bears the name of Lord Playfair who promoted the use of the cipher.

The technique encrypts pairs of letters (digraphs), instead of single letters as in the simple substitution cipher and rather more complex Vigenère cipher systems then in use. The Playfair is thus significantly harder to break since the frequency analysis used for simple substitution ciphers does not work with it. Frequency analysis can still be undertaken, but on the 600[1] possible digraphs rather than the 26 possible monographs. The frequency analysis of digraphs is possible, but considerably more difficult – and it generally requires a much larger cipher text in order to be useful.”

The Cooke and Wheatstone telegraph was an early electrical telegraph system dating from the 1830s invented by English inventor William Fothergill Cooke and English scientist Charles WheatstoneIt was the first telegraph system to be put into commercial service. The receiver consisted of a number of needles which could be moved by electromagnetic coils to point to letters on a board. This feature was liked by early users who were unwilling to learn codes, and employers who did not want to invest in staff training.  … In September 1845 the financier John Lewis Ricardo and Cooke formed the Electric Telegraph Company. This company bought out the Cooke and Wheatstone patents and solidly established the telegraph business. In 1869 the company was nationalised and became part of the General Post Office.[15]

“History – Europe’s first ‘Grand Hotel’

On 17 July 1863 the foundation stone of The Langham, London was laid and from the outset many thought the proposed Langham was too ambitious to be a success. However, on Saturday 10 June 1865 The Langham, London enjoyed its grand opening presided over by HRH The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII).  The Langham, London was not only the capital’s first purpose built ‘Grand Hotel’, but also the first in Europe. When it opened it had the accolade of being one of the largest public buildings in London with seven floors, 600 rooms and over 300 water closets. Other innovations that were introduced included the first-ever hydraulic lifts, London’s first hotel with air-conditioning and a 365-foot deep artesian well beneath the hotel for an ample fresh water supply.

Having suffered bomb damage at the start of the Second World War, and then a period of ownership by the BBC, The Langham was operated by the Hilton Group from 1991 until 2004 when Langham Hotels International took control of the property and began the ambitious 5-year refurbishment of the hotel, leading to this year’s unveiling of the jewel in Langham’s crown.

An Unrivalled Location

From the very start, The Langham advertised an unrivalled location in London, being “95 feet above Thames high water mark, much healthier than the peat bogs of Belgravia”. Today, The Langham stands at the epicentre of the West End between theatreland and the bustling retail of Regent Street and Bond Street to the south as well as the professional and residential communities of Marylebone and Fitzrovia to the north and only a short stroll down Portland Place to leafy Regent’s Park..

In keeping with The Langham’s reputation for innovation, all rooms have been fitted with new flat screen televisions, a state-of-the-art in-room entertainment system and MP-3 player connectivity. To aid communication, The Langham was the only hotel to originally have its own post and telegraph office. In the twenty-first century, wireless internet access and a new IP telephone system are the new communication aids.”

The Electric Telegraph Company was the world's first public telegraph company, founded in the United Kingdom in 1846 by Sir William Fothergill Cooke and John Lewis RicardoMP for Stoke-on-Trent.

At creation the company purchased all the patents Cooke and Wheatstone had obtained to date.[1] It merged with the International Telegraph Company in 1855 to become the Electric and International Telegraph Company.[2] C.F. Varley was chief engineer in the 1860s.

The company was nationalised by the British government in 1870[2] and British Telecom, the giant multi-national communications corporation based in over 170 countries worldwide today, is a direct descendant of Cooke's Electric Telegraph Company[1].”

Yours sincerely,


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

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