Thursday, February 6, 2014

#1841: Marine Links Serco’s Mycroft to Gareth Wi-Fi Sodomite Bag, MI-3 Imperial Brain

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked a Serco root company’s apparent use of key word ‘Mycroft’ to encipher a Langham Hotel telegraph of news of the Lincoln assassination, to the Wi-Fi sodomites whom McConnell accuses of producing a snuff film of the torture killing of MI-6's Gareth Williams in a bag allegedly procured by the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company’s Imperial Brain.

McConnell claims Serco root company, The Electric Telegraph Company, set up the Langham Hotel telegraph office in 1865 to send messages which could be decrypted by Imperial Brain insiders if they bought the Playfair Cipher key word from Mycroft sodomites and telegraph boys. McConnell claims the late spy Guy Burgess used the Langham Hotel as a sodomite honeypot during WWII and helped turn Serco’s (RCA GB 1928) Mycroft avatar into the BBC script kiddies who offer limited hangouts for Wi-Fi contract hits authorized by the MI-3 Imperial Brain.

McConnell claims Serco director Maureen Baginski had Williams tracked and snuffed by Wi-Fi sodomites after he attended the Black Hat and Def Con 18 security conferences in Las Vegas in July 2010 where he was found to have hacked Mycroft – the MI-3 Innholders Imperial Brain.

McConnell notes that the then Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) who attended the Grand Opening of the Langham Hotel Imperial Brain in 1865, appears to have been trained to use the Playfair Cipher to conceal Mycroft communications by Innholder insiders during the Civil War.

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

Prequel 1: #1840: Marine Links Serco MI-3 to Porter Wi-Fi Cluster Crime, Harper Lac Brake Mégantic

Inside Gareth Williams' flat

Mycroft ;; Government Hooker

Gareth Williams inquest: yoga specialist attempts to lock himself in bag – video Dead Brit spy Gareth Williams could have been mobile phone hacker
Body-in bag man had been to Def Con 18
There’s been a lot of publicity recently in the UK about the mysteriously death of Brit, Gareth Williams, who worked for the spying agency MI6 (officially known as SIS). His body was found in a bag in his own bath. The British Police have controversially concluded that there’s no evidence that Williams was unlawfully killed when he died back in August 2010. However, GoMo News has developed a new theory that maybe Williams was actually a mobile phone hacker. Rather than someone who dealt with computers of other forms of espionage. We just think there was something strange about the number of SIM cards and mobile phone found in his flat after his death.

According to a report here in the Daily Mail here, “An iPhone left lying on a table in Gareth Williams’ flat was one of the key lines of inquiry after the inquest.”

The publication claims that just hours before Mr Williams died, the device was restored to factory settings.

As regular GoMo News readers will know, this is the most effective way of destroying all data held on a mobile phone.

The newspaper then says that “a mobile phone network operator [MNO] told British Police it had not been used over the previous three months.”

How did the MNO possibly know this? Because in a separate part of the story, the publication reported that, “his mobile phone and two SIM cards were neatly arranged on a table and a [Mac] laptop was on the floor.”

So if neither of his two SIM cards were actually inside the iPhone, how could an MNO possibly know it hadn’t been used for three months?

GoMo News believes that the crucial SIM wasn’t recovered. And as one Frenchman captured after evading French police proved – swallowing the SIM card is the best way to prevent its recovery.

The UK newspaper also said that his iPhone was just one of four owned by the MI6 officer. How many people keep four handsets? The old ones are so easy to resell.

Anyway, the real clincher for us is that Williams was known to have attended the Black Hat and Def Con 18 security conferences held in Las Vegas back in July 2010, the month before he died.

Now most observers associate this event with hacking into desktop computers and other forms of computing. But the event is also well know for its coverage of mobile phone [cell] phone hacking.

By a strange co-incidence a well known security specialist, Chris Paget (another Brit) was at the very same conference. Was he the person who Williams was shadowing?

Because Paget made his name at Def Con 18 by presenting a paper on mobile phone hacking. See the video of his presentation here.

Curiously Chris Paget is now Kristin Paget and who does she work for now? Answer – Apple.

Again, because of her work with Microsoft on its Vista OS, most people assume she must be working on the Mac OS. But perhaps she is really helping to ensure that iOS 7 is safe?

We just love conspiracy theories here.”

Heady days for the home affairs select committee as it considers the grilling to be endured by Andrew "Nosy" Parker, the boss of MI5. He says the Guardian's Edward Snowden revelations have been like catnip for terrorists, but he's economical with the specifics. Should he be pressed in public or in private? And will anything be said about the claim, forwarded this week by the committee's feistiest inquisitor, Tory Michael Ellis, that the Guardian deserves censure for referring to the fact that there are gay and lesbian members of staff at GCHQ? We tried to tell him that was nonsense; there are statements about the diverse workforce on the Stonewall website. He didn't seem impressed. Perhaps we might hear from "Kate". We don't know her second name, and if we did we wouldn't tell because we're patriots. But we can say that she is a "business capability consultant" because the GCHQ recruitment material actually features her. "GCHQ is an exciting organisation to work for," says "Kate". "We have an active LGBT network and a culture that recognises and values high-achieving individuals, and invests in and supports its staff, regardless of orientation." As it should be. Hardly top secret.”

Guy Francis de Moncy Burgess (16 April 1911 – 30 August 1963) was a British radio producer, intelligence officer and Foreign Office official. He was part of the Cambridge Five spy ring that passed Western secrets to the Soviets before and during the Cold War.

Burgess, Donald MacleanAnthony BluntKim Philby and John Cairncross were the five members of the spy ring who contributed to the Communist cause with the transmission of secret Foreign Office and MI5 documents that described NATO military and Marshall Plan economic strategy.
Upon coming down from Cambridge, Burgess initially was personal assistant to the Conservative MP Captain "Jack" Macnamara. He then worked for the BBC, as a Talks Assistant, producing a wide variety of programmes. As war approached he was recruited into Section D of MI6 as a propaganda specialist, then returned to the BBC, eventually becoming the producer of The Week in Westminster, the flagship programme covering Parliamentary activity – wherein he was able to further his acquaintance with important politicians.[2]

In London Burgess resided at Chester Square and later 5, Bentinck Street, for sometime with Anthony Blunt and Teresa Mayor, later Lady Rothschild. The house, which belonged to Lord Rothschild, was a famous center of bohemian life during the Blitz. In the Spring of 1944 Burgess was recruited into the News Department of the Foreign Office by Alexander Cadogan, Permanent Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, a position that gave him access to Foreign Office communications. When the Labour Government took office in the following year, Burgess became an assistant to Hector McNeil, Minister of State in the Foreign Office. As McNeil's assistant, Burgess was able to transmit top secret Foreign Officedocuments to the KGB regularly, secreting them out at night to be photographed by his controller and returning them to McNeil's desk in the morning.

Burgess later worked in the Foreign Office's Far Eastern section and in the Washington Embassy. During the Marshall Plan negotiations, Burgess and Maclean provided information to the Soviets about the negotiations and the implications of the agreements. Just before going to Washington, he fell down a marble staircase in the Royal Automobile Club on Pall Mall during a fight with a colleague and suffered multiple skull fractures, injuries from which he never fully recovered. While assigned to the British embassy in Washington, Burgess lived with Kim Philby in a basement flat, perhaps so that Philby could keep an eye on him.

In 1951, Burgess accompanied Donald Maclean in an escape to Moscow after Maclean fell under suspicion for espionage, even though Burgess himself was not under suspicion. The escape was arranged by their controller, Yuri Modin. There is some debate as to why Burgess was asked to accompany Maclean, and whether he was misled about the prospect for him returning to England. Much of his time in the Soviet Union was spent in sanitoria on the Black Sea.

Unlike Maclean, who became a respected Soviet citizen in exile and lived until 1983, Burgess did not take to life in the Soviet Union. His homosexuality may have been a problem, though he lived openly with a lover. Unlike Maclean, he never bothered to learn Russian, furnished his flat from London, and continued to order his clothes from his Savile Row tailor.

Becoming ever more dependent on alcohol, he died, aged 52. His remains were interred in the family plot at St John the Evangelist Churchyard, West Meon, Hampshire.”

Apart from an investigation of ferrocyanides, the bereaved Playfair accomplished little until 1857. Then marriage to the wealthy Jean Ann Millington (d. 1877) enabled him to buy out half of his work for the DSA, and later brought him another daughter, Ethel Mary. Playfair also accepted the presidency of the Chemical Society for two years, during which time he took up the professorship of chemistry at Edinburgh University, in 1858. There he was active in the politics of the Senatus, but still had to pay for his extensive teaching laboratories out of his personal funds. Reluctantly resigning his position at court, Playfair none the less retained the faith of the queen and consort, who sent their sons Albert Edward, prince of Wales, and Alfred, duke of Edinburgh, to study under him; Playfair famously instructed the former to plunge his moistened hand into a vat of boiling white lead to demonstrate the harmlessness of this experiment.”

“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 ciphertext in order to be useful.”

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.”

This morning, I randomly followed a link to a job advert on the Mi5 website. I have no intention of ever working for Mi5 or any branch of the security services, I’m quite content as a lighting technician and it probably isn’t as exciting as ‘Spooks’ makes out… anyway – the job advert was for a ‘Senior Internal Auditor’.

My first thought was “oh, cool – Mi5/Mi6 has an internal audit department.” then “wait… Mycroft audits the books for a government department…I wonder…”
Is it possible that (on paper, at least) Mycroft is an internal auditor for Mi5/Mi6?
Sherlock and Watson don’t really tell us too much about Mycroft. There’s also a good possibility that Watson completely invented everything in GREE & BRU about Mycroft as a cover but let’s just assume Sherlock and Watson are telling us the truth (and that Mi5/Mi6 existed in some form or another back in 1895 :P)
“He has an extraordinary faculty for figures, and audits the books in some of the government departments.” (GREE)

“Mycroft draws four hundred and fifty pounds a year, remains a subordinate, has no ambitions of any kind, will receive neither honour nor title, but remains the most indispensable man in the country.” (BRU)

“…his position is unique. He has made it for himself. There has never been anything like it before, nor will be again. He has the tidiest and most orderly brain, with the greatest capacity for storing facts, of any man living. The same great powers which I have turned to the detection of crime he has used for this particular business. The conclusions of every department are passed to him, and he is the central exchange, the clearinghouse, which makes out the balance. All other men are specialists, but his specialism is omniscience. We will suppose that a minister needs information as to a point which involves the Navy, India, Canada and the bimetallic question; he could get his separate advices from various departments upon each, but only Mycroft can focus them all, and say offhand how each factor would affect the other. They began by using him as a short-cut, a convenience; now he has made himself an essential. In that great brain of his everything is pigeon-holed and can be handed out in an instant. Again and again his word has decided the national policy.” (BRU)

So, according to Sherlock/Watson, Mycroft is a relatively minor official who audits government departments, who has become a sort of consulting political strategist/problem solver and there really is an Internal Audit Department within Mi5 and Mi6.

Worthy of a bit of fun speculation, don’t you think?”

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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