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 paroling of blackmailers into 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 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 director Maureen Baginski used Serco bracelets, clock and call-center chairs (BCC) to synchronize the movement of assets through the Garner prison and the Sandy Hook fire hall including the Angel Tree blackmailers who allegedly extorted support from local police and coroner Wayne Carver in phonyMI-3 Mycroft crime scene investigations.
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/
Prequel 1: #1857: Marine Links MI-3 Mycroft to Serco Bracelet/Clock/Chair and Sandy Hook Angel Tree Blackmail
Sandy Hook Fire Station - Actors Recycling?
Mycroft's Annoyed Face - Sherlock BBC
Serco Wi-Fi bracelet
Serco Wi-Fi packet switching clock
Serco Wi-Fi call-center chairs
“Garner CI - Religious Services Newtown, CT Gender: Male Population: 183 Inside Journal Distribution: 100 Pen Pals: 1 Angel Tree Children: 133”
“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.
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 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.
Ready for the life-changing adventure of Angel Tree Christmas? Please complete the church registration form or 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.”
“Northern Correctional Institution is a high-security state prison in Somers, in the northern part of the U.S. state of Connecticut. The prison houses the state's male death row inmates and convicts serving long sentences for violent crimes.
It is the designated restrictive housing facility for the Connecticut Department of Correction, managing those inmates who have demonstrated a serious inability to adjust to confinement, particularly those that pose a threat to the safety and security of the community, staff, and other inmates.
The institution Group Safety Threat Member program was relocated from the Garner Correctional Institution in order to centralize restrictive housing functions. In response to this, and with a commensurate increase in the number of young offenders, the facility more than doubled the size of its educational staff in order to serve those inmates who fall under federal mandates and require special education.
The Northern C.I. was completed in January 1995 and received its first inmates in March 1995.  Also in 1995, Connecticut's death row inmates were moved to the Northern C.I. from the Osborn Correctional Institution.
In February 1997, the Chronic Disciplinary Unit arrived at Northern.
In November 1999, the Security Risk Group Threat population arrived.
In August 2000, Warden Larry J. Myers's face was slashed by inmate John Barletta, leaving him seriously injured. Barletta was serving 60 years for a 1992 drive-by shooting murder in Norwalk and life in prison without parole for the murder of his cellmate in 1999 at Garner Correctional Institution in Newtown, Connecticut.
In November 2000, the Chronic Disciplinary Unit was removed from the facility.
In September 2004, the Chronic Disciplinary Unit was returned to the facility
As of July 1, 2011, the prison has 352 inmates. The prison is controlled by 310 personnel from the Connecticut Department of Correction under the supervision of Warden Edward Maldonado and Deputy Wardens Don Cyr and William Mulligan.
Death row and "Old Sparky"
Connecticut legislated lethal injection as its sole method of execution in 1995. The last person executed by electrocution was Joseph "Mad Dog" Taborsky in May, 1960. Connecticut's "Old Sparky" has not been tested since it was moved from Wethersfield to the Somers State Prison (1962-1994), Osborn Correctional Institution (1994–present) in Somers in 1962, and prison officials claim the prison's electrical system cannot handle it.
Steven Joseph Hayes, perpetrator of the Cheshire, Connecticut, home invasion murders
Joshua Komisarjevsky, perpetrator of the Cheshire, Connecticut, home invasion murders”
“INTRODUCTION AND RECENT NEWS
Prison Fellowship Russia was formed in 2001, in close collaboration with the Russian Orthodox Church and other Christian confessions, with a focus on prison reform and rehabilitation. Currently operating in all 1,010 prisons in the nation, PF Russia impacts the lives of prisoners as well as their family members through caring outreach by volunteers and well designed programmes. Thousands of volunteers help every year in making Angel Tree, children and youth services, mentoring, restorative justice programs, and material assistance available for prisoners and their families.
Freedom Through Song
Russian prisoners had the chance to sing for their freedom in an annual concert held in St. Petersburg. Read More
Freedom Through Song
Russian prisoners had the chance to sing for their freedom in an annual concert held in St. Petersburg.
Life After Prison
In southwestern Russia, released prisoners know that receiving a helping hand at the PF Russia Rehabilitation Centre can make the smooth transition back into society a reality.
Christmas Comes Twice a Year
PF Russia launched a Christian summer camp for prisoners' children where they can participate in sports, hear
Bible stories and encourage each other.
"Lifers" Reach out to Juveniles
"Don't make the same mistakes!" That is the message prisoners serving life-sentences are sending to young inmates in an effort to help them change their self-destructive path.”
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