Friday, February 21, 2014

#1857: Marine Links MI-3 Mycroft to Serco Bracelet/Clock/Chair and Sandy Hook Angel Tree Blackmail

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Mycroft crime scenes managed by the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company to Serco’s Wi-Fi bracelets, clock and call-center chairs allegedly used by the Angel Tree blackmailers of participants in the Sandy Hook Elementary School lone-gunman exercise of December 14, 2012.

McConnell recognizes a Mycroft Warrant as a writ issued by a competent but blackmailed or extorted officer, usually a judge or magistrate, who permits an otherwise illegal act such as the spoliation of evidence at a crime scene or the hiring of assassins in pre-positioned triage teams, and affords the person executing the writ protection from damages if the act is performed.

MI-3 = Kristine Marcy (sister) + Norman Inkster + Interpol + Intrepid (William Stephenson) 

McConnell claims that Serco root companies extorted Mycroft warrants from the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) and used a GMT-based telegraph call center in London’s Langham Hotel to blackmail pedophile Innholder guests in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.

 McConnell claims that the now Serco (formerly RCA GB 1928) director Maureen Baginski used Serco’s bracelets, clock and chairs to pre-position Prison Fellowship / Angel Tree blackmailers near the house of JonBenet Ramsey on Christmas Day 1996 and ensure the early arrival of Colorado detective Linda Arndt to manage evidence movements at a MI-3 Mycroft crime scene.

McConnell claims that the now Serco director Baginski used Serco’s Wi-Fi bracelets, clock and chairs (BCC) to pre-position Prison Fellowship / Angel Tree blackmailers at the Sandy Hook school on December 14, 2012 and ensure the early arrival of local police and coroner Wayne Carver to manage evidence movements at a MI-3 Mycroft crime scene.

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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Garner CI - Religious Services Newtown, CT Gender: Male Population: 183 Inside Journal Distribution: 100 Pen Pals: 1 Angel Tree Children: 133
'A bad man came into class wearing army clothes': Heartbreaking accounts from child survivors of Sandy Hook massacre and images from inside the school released in final police report
Shattered school windows, bullet marks in the walls and blood stains in the hallway seen in police images

Terrified 911 calls from teachers calling for help during attack are released
Discarded handgun seen in doorway of classroom where Lanza's rampage ended
Evidence made public as police release full report into massacre
PUBLISHED: 23:15 GMT, 27 December 2013 | UPDATED: 06:54 GMT, 28 December 2013
Sounding on the edge of panic, she says: 'I need assistance urgently, I’m in a classroom with kids. I can’t see anyone. The door is locked. The sound is still going on.'

Another woman at Sandy Hook called 911 and said: 'There’s something going on at our school. We hear something over the loudspeaking, it sounds like a loud popping noise.'
Asked if it sounds like a gun, she says: 'Yes, I think so.'

The Newtown police file also shows up moments of heroism and chaos. A police officer found one of the teacher's bodies slumped over pupils in an attempt to protect them.

Teachers insisted that police put their badges under the door before they opened it up because so they were so scared the gunman was still out there.

One officer described how there as a ‘massive pile of bodies’ in the bathroom of one of the classrooms which he counted as a total of 15 pupils and teachers.

He said one girl had been jammed between the toilet seat and the back of the room. Even though she was at the bottom of the pile, she was dead.

The officer wrote: 'As the pile got higher, it appeared that there was a mad scramble to get into the bathroom, with people stepping on top of one another and climbing on top of one another…

'The teachers appeared to be have been shepherding the children into the room and were probably going to shut the door ... and were interrupted by the shooter as they attempted to fill the bathroom.

‘The shooter then opened fire on the mass of adults and children’.

As the officer pulled the bodies out one by one it became clear that ‘no one has survived’.
Other 911 calls in the file detail how throughout the school whimpering could be heard on the loudspeaker which had been left on by accident.

A parent who was with teacher Natalie Hammond, who has been shot in the foot and the hand, kept repeating ‘please Jesus’ over and over again.

A 911 dispatcher tried to reassure her by telling her to ‘stay calm...and think of your kids’.
Referring to Lanza, the woman said: 'God he's ... he's shot a hundred times … he must have some big artillery.'

Asked to describe Ms Hammond’s condition, the woman said she was ‘breathing...but...just barely’.

The dispatcher asked her to put pressure on her wounds to stop them bleeding but the woman replied: ‘He’s right outside the ... door. I don’t want to move ... There must have been 100 shots, I’m telling you.'

Another mother who was outside of the school called 911 in a state of panic. 

She said: ‘There are a bunch of kids running down Churchill Ave [a street in Sandy Hook] and some of them are in different houses but mine is still missing, I don’t know where he is!'

The dispatcher says calmly: 'Ma’am, I need you to go to the scene and speak to a detective.'
Parents were told to meet at the firehouse over the road from the school to await news of their children.

Hours later 20 mothers and fathers were told their children were never coming home again.
Lanza had shot his way into the school through the plate glass doors that had been locked, as was usual, because classes had started.”

Are Garner Correctional Institute students safe online?
Internet Safety is crucial in this day and age. The popularity of social networking sites and mobile phones with teens and tweens has skyrocketed over the last few years. Garner Correctional Institute kids are creating content, texting with friends and online acquaintances, and leveraging technology in new ways and at an unprecedented rate. The modern benefits of technology create new risks as well. Children can encounter cyberbullies and online predators, and they can make mistakes as well.

Unfortunately, there are students in Newtown, CT that will encounter these digital dangers this year. According to historical, national data, approximately 4 students at Garner Correctional Institute will be cyberbullied this year alone. In addition, 5 students will share an inappropriate image electronically, and 4 students will be sexually solicited online.

Clearly, parents and educators at Garner Correctional Institute have a shared responsibility to (1) educate kids about how to safely use digital technologies, (2) engage with kids on the subject of technology, and(3) protect kids from the harmful effects if necessary.

uKnowKids created this Internet Safety Resource Center for Garner Correctional Institute including tip sheets, eBooks, infographics, learning guides, and videos on digital safety.


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Angel Tree is a Prison Fellowship program that connects parents in prison with their children through the delivery of Christmas gifts. In most cases, local church volunteers purchase and deliver gifts and the Gospel to children in the name of their prisoner-parent.

Many churches make an annual commitment to this highly rewarding program, and recognize it as a way to care for some of the most overlooked members of our communities.

The Process

Angel Tree Christmas begins when a church member registers their church for the program with the support of their pastor or other church leader(s). Once a church is registered, the process works like this:
Receive Angel Tree Names: Sometime in the fall, Angel Tree coordinators will receive the names of children who were signed-up by their mom or dad in prison.

Display Angel Tree Name Tags: Name tags of these children and gift suggestions are displayed in your church.

Angel Tree Announcement: Church members need to be notified of the program —bulletin, pulpit announcement, bulletin board, etc.—and invited to select names from the Angel Tree display.

Gift purchase and delivery: Church members purchase, wrap, and deliver a gift for each child on behalf of his or her incarcerated parent—and in the process, share the Gospel.

The Costs

The cost of Angel Tree Christmas is minimal, approximately $20 per child reached. When we send you the children’s names, we will include a suggestion for a toy type that the prisoner picked out using our gift guide. You will confirm with the child’s caregiver that this would be a good gift for the child. This is simply a minimum requirement and churches/volunteers may purchase gift(s) as they are led and see fit.

Each gift must be new and valued at $15-25.

Getting Started!

Ready for the life-changing adventure of Angel Tree Christmas? Please complete the church registration formor call us at 1-800-55-ANGEL if you have questions. When we receive your registration, we’ll send you our Quickstart Kit, video, and everything else you need to get started.”
Henry J. Abeyta
Director [Prison Fellowship  Angel Tree]
Emmaus Journey Ministry
Former Global Security Program Director 
Sandia National Laboratories [Owned by Lockheed Martin,  former employer of John Bennet Ramsey]
Albuquerque, N. Mex.”

On February 13, 2007, a New Mexico State Court found Sandia Corporation liable for $4.7 million in damages for the firing of a former network security analyst, Shawn Carpenter, who had reported to his supervisors that hundreds of military installations and defense contractors' networks were compromised and sensitive information was being stolen – including hundreds of sensitive Lockheed documents on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter project. When his supervisors told him to drop the investigation and do nothing with the information, he went to intelligence officials in the United States Army and later the Federal Bureau of Investigation to address the national security breaches. When Sandia managers discovered his actions months later, they revoked his security clearance and fired him.[2]
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Star Trek-Inspired Command Center Was Used By NSA Chief Keith Alexander—Check It Out! by Peter GicasTue., Sep. 17, 2013 11:15 AM PD
Nerd alert!

It seems that when Keith Alexander, the current chief of the National Security Agency was running the Army's Intelligence and Security Command, he used a facility at Fort Belvoir, Va., that was inspired by Star Trek.

"Alexander brought many of his future allies down to Fort Belvoir for a tour of his base of operations, a facility known as the Information Dominance Center," PBS NewsHour reports. "It had been designed by a Hollywood set designer to mimic the bridge of the starship Enterprise from Star Trek, complete with chrome panels, computer stations, a huge TV monitor on the forward wall, and doors that made a 'whoosh' sound when they slid open and closed."

The PBS report adds that "lawmakers and other important officials took turns sitting in a leather 'captain's chair' in the center of the room and watched as Alexander, a lover of science-fiction movies, showed off his data tools on the big screen."


Although some sources have claimed that Alexander was the one who commissioned the Star Trek-like command center, the Washington Post cites a source who states the facility was actually built in 1998, three years before Alexander took charge.

Meanwhile, a retired officer in charge of VIP visits told Foreign Policy, "Everybody wanted to sit in the chair at least once to pretend he was Jean-Luc Picard."

We're guessing Alexander was one of them.”

"Con-Air" in 1/6 San Diego Union Tribune [news article]
From: campbell@ufomind.com (Glenn Campbell, Las Vegas)
Date: Tue, 7 Jan 1997 10:37:42 -0800
Subject: "Con-Air" in 1/6 San Diego Union Tribune [news article]
A correspondent passed this 1/6 article on to us. He adds: "The article in the hard-copy paper has a couple of pictures to go with the story (no pix on-line).  One picture shows the shoulder patch on the aircrew uniforms, another shows prisoners lined up about to board a Convair 580.  The paint job on the plane looked like INS or maybe US Marshals Service, it was a green stripe with an eagle forward of the door."
(Password required)
The article is relevant here because of recent discussion of Con-Air flights using the "Janet" company name.
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You won't need a reservation on this airline -- no matter how many travelers flood the airport.
Don't worry about traffic or parking. Shuttles are provided. And the price is right -- you fly for free.
But think carefully before you step aboard. This is ConAir, and all the passengers are federal prisoners.
"We don't serve mixed drinks," said Thomas Little, chief of air operations for the program, officially titled the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System, or J-Pats.

Call it ConAir and Little knows what you mean. It's the name the air transport system has picked up inside the U.S. Marshals Service, which flies a fleet of 13 airplanes on regular routes across the country every day.
During the past year, the prisoner airline spent $24 million moving more than 100,000 federal inmates -- including 12,000 from San Diego -- to and from trials, prisons and medical centers nationwide.
The inmates fly mostly on 727s and DC-9s. But the airline, which has merged with the air wing of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, also operates Convair 580s, a Lear jet and a number of smaller aircraft.
Among the most infamous of its recent travelers were Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski and the men accused in the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building, Terry Nichols and Timothy McVeigh.
Nichols and McVeigh were transported in the dead of night in an operation much akin to a clandestine military operation, Little said. He did not want to go into details but mentioned that a decoy plane was among the ploys used to guard against possible attempts by supporters to free the suspects.
Federal officials have always been circumspect about the fine points of prisoner movement. But ConAir soon could gain a higher public profile with the planned release in June of a movie by the same name.
In the Disney film, Nicolas Cage plays a hapless prisoner who wanders into a hijack plot aboard a Marshals Service plane carrying a group of high-security inmates.
The Hollywood marshals rough up some of the prisoners, and the plane crashes, leaving the real Marshals Service frowning on the silver screen's invention, said Kristine Marcy, a top official in charge of detentions.
"We don't beat up our prisoners, and our planes certainly don't crash," Marcy said on a recent trip to San Diego, where she was trying to find more jail space for federal prisoners.

The space problem here is acute because of the high number of border arrests.
So, San Diego is a regular stop on ConAir's West Coast air route, with 12 flights per week scheduled into Lindbergh Field.
Prisoners -- mostly people being held for entering the country with false documents -- are flown from San Diego to Las Vegas, where they are housed in the city jail. They are flown back a few days later for deportation hearings.

Without the air transportation system, Operation Gatekeeper, the federal border crackdown, would not have been possible, said Mark Reed, San Diego's district director for the INS.
Before ConAir was called in last July, Reed said, the INS was spending hours on the road busing hundreds of prisoners to Las Vegas, the closest jail space available.
Kim Porter, who coordinates INS air transportation in San Diego, estimated that 12,000 inmates have flown from here to Las Vegas and back aboard federal planes.
"If the planes stopped flying for just one day, a monkey wrench would be thrown into the whole system," Porter said.
Because of the San Diego jail space problem, there was no holiday break here for ConAir. While flights in other parts of the country were cut back during the Christmas season, San Diego continued its rigorous schedule of two flights every weekday and one each Saturday andSunday.
Marcy said the air transportation system inspires a high level of commitment in its personnel.
"People are always willing to be on standby or to work overtime," she said, noting that the planes are not always used for prisoner transport.
After a hurricane flattened parts of the Virgin Islands last year, the prisoner transportation system flew in some of the first reinforcements to help establish law and order, she said.
After the Oklahoma City bombing, the airline flew evidence to the FBI crime laboratory in Washington, D.C., she said.

With planes crisscrossing the country, traveling through multiple time zones and even venturing around the globe, scheduling and tracking have gone high-tech.
It's all accomplished from a scheduling center in Kansas City, Mo., referred to as the "travel agency" for ConAir. It handles up to 500 electronic requests for flights each day, federal officials say.

Flight tracking begins an hour before the first plane takes off. Throughout the day, employees monitor the movements of every plane until the last craft is safely on the ground.
On board, a crew of deputy U.S. marshals, aviation enforcement officers and contract guards keeps order in the rear of the plane. Passengers are loaded under high security at a remote area of an airport. Seat assignments are not optional.
Inside, the planes have been slightly rearranged from their previous commercial seating to allow guards a better view of the entire plane, officials say. The special seating tends to allow for more leg room -- but only for the guards, they add.

The planes fly out of a hub in Oklahoma City, [where Marcy and Baginski and BBC special effects crews allegedly arranged for various government whistleblowers to be triaged on April 19, 1995] on the center of the country, making large loops east and west, dropping off and picking up passengers as they land at 40 major cities.
The planes also loop along separate West Coast and East Coast circuits.
But why is it necessary to move an average of 400 prisoners every day? Bed space is the driving factor," said Little, a former INS pilot who coordinates the day-to-day operations of the merged airline.

He said jail cells, which generally are rented by the Marshals Service to hold federal prisoners until they are sentenced to a long-term facility, can cost up to $100 a night on the East Coast, while in Texas or Louisiana the cost of a cell might run as low as $35 a night.
"You make up the cost of moving a prisoner pretty quickly at that rate," Little said.
He said other reasons for moving prisoners include the need to separate gang members or suspects testifying against each other.

ConAir also moves inmates for the federal Bureau of Prisons, which may want to transfer someone from a high-to low-security facility.
Higher-security prison space is most expensive, Little explained, so prison authorities like to quickly move people who do not need the extra supervision.”
Kim Porter, who coordinates INS air transportation in San Diego, estimated that 12,000 inmates have flown from here to Las Vegas and back aboard federal planes.
"If the planes stopped flying for just one day, a monkey wrench would be thrown into the whole system," Porter said.
Because of the San Diego jail space problem, there was no holiday break here for ConAir. While flights in other parts of the country were cut back during the Christmas season, San Diego continued its rigorous schedule of two flights every weekday and one each Saturday and Sunday.
Marcy said the air transportation system inspires a high level of commitment in its personnel.
"People are always willing to be on standby or to work overtime," she said, noting that the planes are not always used for prisoner transport.
After a hurricane flattened parts of the Virgin Islands last year, the prisoner transportation system flew in some of the first reinforcements to help establish law and order, she said.
After the Oklahoma City bombing, the airline flew evidence to the FBI crime laboratory in Washington, D.C., she said.”
The Joint Services Command & Staff College (JSCSC) was built on the Shrivenham campus in 2000 to house the UK’s joint staff training facility for officers from the British armed forces. .. All teaching facilities, including lecture theatres, are equipped with a wide range of high-tech audio-visual facilities that are managed and supported by Serco staff. Syndicate rooms: • Three rooms can accommodate up to 30 students each. These rooms have movable partitions to accommodate large groups. • Each syndicate room is equipped with mobile LCD video/data projectors Synthetics: • Two flood-wired syndicate rooms and synthetic environments used for wargaming Vehicle park: • Vehicle park is also ducted with IT and electrical services to allow external static vehicles access to the building IT network”

Obamacare processing center to hire 600 in Wentzville
August 21, 2013 12:30 am  •  By Tim Logan tlogan@post-dispatch.com 314-340-8291
Obamacare may be controversial, but it’s about to bring hundreds of jobs to Wentzville.
A Virginia-based government contractor is planning to hire 600 people over the next three months to staff a processing center in the St. Charles County suburb, to handle applications for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

Serco Inc. closed last week on a deal to lease much of the old US Fidelis call center on Mall Parkway in Wentzville. Company executives, who met with St. Charles County officials on Tuesday, say they plan to hire and train hundreds of people in September and October and to have the center operational by Nov. 1.

“We are working a very tight quick turnaround,” said Shaveta Joshi, a benefits and compensation manager with Serco.

Wentzville is one of three sites the company selected under a contract it won last month from the Department of Health and Human Services. The other two centers are in Arkansas and Kentucky.

Under the federal contract, the company will process, review and troubleshoot applications for the state health insurance exchanges that are launching Oct. 1, and provide records management and verification support.

Joshi said Serco was drawn to the St. Louis area by its growth potential and the high number of college graduates.


The new jobs will start at $12 an hour, though higher-skilled positions will pay more, and all the jobs include benefits. Serco is planning to hold a job fair the week of Sept. 23

Serco is not applying for any state or local tax incentives, Joshi said. The company has a one-year contract to start, with four one-year options to follow, with a total value of $1.25 billion.
morning with Serco to start hammering out details.

Rick Stokes, president of the Wentzville Board of Aldermen, applauded the news. City officials just found out about the deal on Friday, and they met Tuesday 

“We came together to help them get their facility together, to get ready to roll, to set up for job interviews,” he said. “You don’t get this kind of news every day. It was just an exciting morning.”

The building, an old mall, has sat largely empty since US Fidelis collapsed amid fraud charges in 2009. It still had nearly 350,000 square feet for lease. The ability to plug into a big, ready-made, call center likely helped draw Serco to Wentzville, said Tony Mathews, president of the Western St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce.

“The facility itself has all the furniture even; everything’s there in place,” he said. “It’s set up and ready to go. I think that was a good incentive.”

And, he said, having 600 people going to work there every day, starting in a few months, should be a big boost for the area’s economy. “That’s people shopping and dining in our community,” he said. “The economic impact will just be fantastic.”

Serco is one of several local companies that are expanding in the region to handle an expected surge in business from the implementation of Obamacare, as the Affordable Care Act has been dubbed.

In July, for example, public relations firm FleishmanHillard won a $35 million contract to promote Illinois’ health insurance exchange. Equifax Workforce Solutions also received a contract worth up to $329.4 million to verify incomes of people who apply for federal subsidies through the program.

Tim Logan is a business writer at the Post-Dispatch. Follow him on Twitter @tlwriter.”
Is Your Office Bugged? Detecting Electronic Eavesdropping Electronic Eavesdropping Detection Sweeps is otherwise referred to as:  Technical Surveillance Countermeasures Electronic Countermeasures Debugging sweeps Electronic sweeps. Whatever you call it, electronic eavesdropping has never been more accessible to the general public. Bug and eavesdropping devices can be placed in computers, telephone, furnishings, false ceilings and several other places and they may be compromising your privacy at work, home or inside your vehicle. We are fully equipped and experienced and have everything we need in-house; we never use sub-contractors and only use equipment manufactured by the world's leading companies. Furniture has been moved slightly, and no one knows why. A very popular location for the installation of eavesdropping device is either behind, or inside furniture (couch, chair, lamp, etc.) People who live or work in a targeted area tend to notice when furnishings have been moved even a fraction of an inch. Pay close attention to the imprint which furniture makes on rugs, and the position of lampshades. Also watch the distance between furniture and the wall as eavesdroppers are usually in a hurry and rarely put the furniture back in the right place.”
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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