Friday, March 21, 2014

#1896: Marine Links MI-3 Mycroft ZigBee BIOT to Boeing Stealth, Freescale Patent and Serco Ship Jumper Dave

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Nicholas ‘Mycroft’ Soames’ deployment of ZigBee agents of the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company on the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT) of Diego Garcia, to Boeing stealth and Freescale patent devices which Serco director Maureen Baginski has allegedly had removed from Malaysian Airlines MH Flight 370 with the authorization of the former Jardine Matheson ship jumper, David "Ravey Dave" Cameron.

McConnell recognizes Mycroft Warrants as writs issued by a competent but blackmailed or extorted officer, usually a judge or magistrate, who permits otherwise illegal acts (spoliation of evidence; ultra vires authorisation of kidnaps; spread bet body-bag counts; bypassing autopsies to conceal murder-for-hire and placing blackmailed pedophiles in decoy 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 then Prince of Wales (Bullingdon alumnus, later Edward VII) to issue Mycroft warrants to a telegraph-betting center in London’s Langham Hotel – an alleged pedophile honeypot used to entrap and blackmail MI-3 Innholders’ guests and now a Serco virtual war room to guide and synchronize global deployments of Zigbee kidnap and contract-hit teams. (cf. Ian Fleming’s Target Force unit – a.k.a. T-Force – a lightly armed and highly mobile unit, tasked with capturing Nazi scientific and technical military material).

McConnell notes that while Serco’s pedophile blackmailers may have controlled hotel crime scenes and bookmaking frauds since 1888, MI-3 founder William “Intrepid” Stephenson made the first use of BBC synchronized wireless photo transmissions to blackmail Langham habitués who may have included a Bullingdon alumnus, the late and treasonous Duke of Windsor, and the late Winston Churchill – the compulsive, losing gambler who grandfathered the new Serco Chief Executive Officer Rupert Soames and his BBC Mycroft ZigBee brother Nicholas Soames.

McConnell claims that the BBC/Langham Hotel’s pedophile trapper Jimmy Savile blackmailed the late Duncan Sandys, Churchill's son-in-law, Soames’s uncle and the former Secretary of State for the Colonies, into handing over BIOT Diego Garcia military assets to the late Gen. Alexander Haig, the alleged coordinator of “Five Eyes” assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy.

McConnell claims that after the 1979-1995 Unabomb campaign, Baginski and Soames, a former personal assistant to the late chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Mark Hatfield, hired Gordon McMillan, Director, EMEA Government, Inmarsat, and a former Serco Aerospace Operations Director to set up a ZigBee BIOT command center for the al-Qaeda attacks of 9/11.

McConnell believes Ship Jumper Dave and his club mate Nicholas Soames – former Defence Minister under Langham Hotel habitué John Major and skilled practitioner of MI-3 Mycroft Qui tam frauds (cf. Serco tags, FAA Contract Towers, Skynet Wi-Fi Clock, USPTO) – authorized Baginski’s ZigBees to fly MH370 to Diego Garcia, transfer 20 Freescale passengers and Boeing stealth devices to China and start playing FBI Cluedo on the hard drive of the flight simulator of MH 370 Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah

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:
#1895: Marine Links MI-3 Mycroft ZigBee BIOT to Abel Danger Honey Pot, Serco Phony Ditch

Prequel 2:
#1721: Marine Links MI-3 Innholders to Ship Jumper Dave’s Stolen Bowman radio and the Bullpup Tillman Hit

[Serco Baginski’s] FBI is reviewing data on pilot's flight simulator

How to Steal an Airplane: From 9/11 to MH370

Real Time Location System based on Zigbee

The Star Online …. Nation
Published: Thursday March 20, 2014 MYT 9:29:00 AM
Updated: Thursday March 20, 2014 MYT 9:53:06 AM
Missing MH370: FBI analysing data from pilot’s simulator, says report

KUALA LUMPUR/WASHINGTON: The FBI is helping Malaysian authorities to analyse data from a flight simulator belonging to the captain of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, according to a Reuters report.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, said an examination of the simulator, taken from the home of pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, showed its data log had been cleared on Feb 3, more than a month before the airliner, carrying 239 people, disappeared on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

No wreckage has been found from the jetliner, which vanished from air traffic control screens off Malaysia's east coast at 1.21am on March 8, less than an hour after taking off.

Malaysia has now made available to the FBI electronic data generated by both pilots of Flight MH370, including data from a hard drive attached to the captain's flight simulator, and from electronic media used by the co-pilot, Fariq Abdul Hamid, a US law enforcement official told Reuters.

The official said he could not confirm that some data had been wiped from the simulator and stressed that there was no guarantee the FBI analysis would turn up any fresh clues.

The FBI has extensive experience investigating airplane crashes, including those of TWA 800 and EgyptAir 990 off the US east coast in the 1990s and Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. 

In the case of EgyptAir 990, the FBI helped air safety investigators establish that the crash was caused by a suicidal co-pilot, while in the case of Pan Am 103, the agency worked with British and US intelligence to build a case against the government of Libya.

The unprecedented search for the Boeing 777-200ER had focused on two vast search corridors: one arcing north overland from Laos towards the Caspian Sea, the other curving south across the Indian Ocean from west of Indonesia's Sumatra island to west of Australia.

"The working assumption is that it went south, and furthermore that it went to the southern end of that corridor," said a source close to the investigation.

That view is based on the lack of any evidence from countries along the northern corridor that the plane entered their airspace, and the failure to find any trace of wreckage in searches in the upper part of the southern corridor.

Some sources involved in the investigation have voiced fears it could stall due to the reluctance of countries in the region to share militarily sensitive radar data that might shed new light on the direction the jet took. Malaysian and US officials believe the aircraft was deliberately diverted perhaps thousands of miles off course, but an exhaustive background search of the passengers and crew aboard has not yielded anything that might explain why.

If the plane did indeed end up in the southern Indian Ocean, one of the remotest places on Earth and also one of the deepest seas, it increases the chance it may never be found - and investigators may never know for sure what happened on board. 

 Officials believe that someone with detailed knowledge of both the Boeing 777 and commercial aviation navigation switched off two vital datalinks: the ACARS system, which relays maintenance data back to the ground, and the transponder, which enables the plane to be seen by civilian radar.

US agencies have looked for evidence that anyone other than the pilots knew how disable ACARS but have found nothing. – Reuters”

FBI Announces New Role for Maureen A. Baginski [Currently serving as Vice President of the intelligence business and National Security Advisor at Serco where she will try to keep Mycroft’s brother Rupert Soames, Serco’s new Chief Executive Officer, out of jail]

Washington, D.C. August 11, 2005 FBI National Press Office(202) 324-3691

Maureen A. Baginski, the executive assistant director for Intelligence, is taking on a new role at the FBI. After two years of leading the FBI's intelligence program, she plans to retire from government service and return as a senior advisor to the FBI.

Under Ms. Baginski's leadership, the FBI has considerably enhanced its capacity to fuse intelligence from across the Bureau and is using intelligence to direct and guide collection. Ms. Baginski developed and built an intelligence infrastructure with dedicated intelligence groups in every field office and the Directorate of Intelligence at Headquarters to manage all FBI intelligence activities—from collection to dissemination—to ensure that the FBI's intelligence activities are integrated with its investigative operations. Ms. Baginski also led the development of a professional intelligence career service and implemented new hiring practices, training, and a clear career path that gives intelligence professionals opportunities for development and advancement to upper management ranks.

The president, in his June 28, 2005, memorandum, and the Commission on the Intelligence Capabilities of the United States Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD Commission) in its report, noted the FBI's significant improvements in its intelligence program.

Director Mueller said, "Our progress of the past two years would not have been possible without the efforts of Maureen Baginski. The National Security Branch is the next step in the FBI's evolution and will be constructed on the strong foundation that Maureen built. I have asked her to return as a senior advisor to the FBI to continue to bring her considerable vision and energy to our overall transformation efforts."

She will divide her time between work at the FBI and other service of critical importance to the national security community.”

“After leaving Eton in 1984,[29] Cameron started a nine-month gap year. He worked as a researcher for Tim Rathbone, Conservative MP for Lewes, his godfather. In his three months, he attended debates in the House of Commons.[30] Through his father, he was then employed for a further three months in Hong Kong by Jardine Matheson as a 'ship jumper', an administrative post.[31] Returning from Hong Kong, Cameron visited the then Soviet Union, where he was approached by two Russian men speaking fluent English. Cameron was later told by one of his professors that it was 'definitely an attempt' by the KGB to recruit him.[32] [Bullshit; it was Baginski’s NSA]

Cabal Times Was Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Redirected to Diego Garcia?

It has now become fairly evident that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing is not accidental. In fact, there is a strong possibility that the flight was commandeered to the US military base at Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. A bizarre “extraordinary rendition“?

Please note that this article is being expanded and updated regularly. I have decided to keep all the information in one place, as opposed to having it scattered across several different posts. So do check back. Also note that some commentators have posted very insightful information.

Why did Flight 370 try to hide its whereabouts?

MH370 was a 777-200 service carrying 239 passenger and crew on a regular Kuala Lumpur to Beijing service. To recap, it left KL at 12.40 am, it disappeared as a commercial radar trace at 1.22 am close to the area where such radar visibility to the Malaysia air traffic control system drops off, and was never observed as entering Vietnam controlled air space on a path intended to cross that country to the South China Sea and continue past Hong Kong toward its destination. The transponders on Flight 370 was switched off immediately after it was outside the visibility of Malaysia’s air traffic control! To quote a poster GarageYears on a forumfor professional pilots. 

Turning off the transponder isn’t just a toggle or push-button, the switch is a rotary and you’d have to move it two positions to get it into the standby condition.

This could only have been done by a compromised crew, or by hijackers. To quote another forum member Tfor2, 1. It was a hi-jack (transponder turned off, no Mayday), and the plane was not under the control of the pilots. It flew to wherever was demanded, and something happened thereafter causing it to crash, probably from an effort to regain control (as with United 93 during events of 9/11). So it could be anywhere. An eye-witness will eventually come forward. 2. The most fearsome worry to come out of this is how come an aircraft can invade national territory without military or civil or satellite detection? This leaves a hole in the defense systems of all countries.

To quote a professional A330 pilot, "think the flight deck was compromised."

But that’s not the only sign that Flight 370 was trying to hide its whereabouts. Immediately after shutting off its transponders, Flight 370 made a U-turn and headed in the direction of Diego Garcia, crossing Malaysia in the process. If there indeed had been a massive technical failure, the crew would have tried to safely ditch the plane at sea, not return to Malaysia. And if there had been a cabin decompression, the plane would have slowly lost altitude, crashing into the Gulf of Thailand. Malaysia’s Air Force Chief General Rodzali Daud first raised the possibility that the plane had reversed course the very next day (9th March), and he was quoted by a Malay-language paper as saying the jet had been tracked hundreds of miles from its intended flight path, over the Strait of Malacca off western Malaysia, and up to 320 kilometres northwest of the Malaysian state of Penang, after which it either disappeared or Malaysian radar lost capability to track it. It was clearly flying low, as if to avoid detection by radar.”

CBC News .. Malaysia Airlines MH370: The challenges of a remote ocean search
The far southern reaches of Indian Ocean are remote and rough
By Kazi Stastna, CBC News Posted: Mar 20, 2014 11:56 PM ET Last Updated: Mar 21, 2014 10:26 AM ET
The sighting of possible debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the far southern reaches of the Indian Ocean may be the best lead those searching for the Boeing 777 jet have had in two weeks. But even if the find is confirmed, it could take years to locate the precise crash site and recover the plane.

The area 2,500 kilometres southwest of Perth, Australia, where satellites picked up images of two objects large enough to possibly be parts of a plane, is in a remote region that is on the boundary between the southern reaches of the Indian Ocean and the northern edge of the Southern Ocean, which encircles Antarctica and is also known as the Antarctic Ocean.

'It's notorious for being very, very rough, and it’s only going to get worse from this time on into the winter.'- Capt. Chris Curl, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

It is far from regular shipping routes and any land masses and is known for rough seas and strong winds. It's fall in the region, which just adds to the headaches, says Capt. Chris Curl, who has taken the U.S. Navy-owned research vessel Melville through the southern Indian Ocean as part of scientific expeditions for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California, San Diego.

"It's notorious for being very, very rough, and it’s only going to get worse from this time on into the winter," he said by phone from San Diego. "It's just a very rough area to operate and cold and remote, so if anything does go wrong, help is a long way away." 

Search likely a 'multi-year project'

DeYoung estimates the hunt for the Malaysia Airlines plane will be a "multi-year project." The search for the main wreckage of the Air France 447, which crashed in 2009 in the mid-Atlantic, took two years and in that case the first debris was found within six days and searchers knew the precise point when the plane ran into trouble. Since the plane went missing on March 8, the search has shifted thousands of kilometres from the South China Sea to the far reaches of the Indian Ocean. (Reuters/CBC)

"That took years, and they had much more information, and they were working in an area of the ocean that's got more resources attached to it," he said.

One obstacle search teams won't face in the Indian Ocean is the mid-Atlantic ridge, a geological formation on the Atlantic Ocean floor whose trenches complicated the search for Air France. The southern Indian Ocean is between 3,500 to 5,000 metres deep but relatively flat.

"It's not complicated in that sense, but it's many kilometres deep, so it will be very difficult to find it and then very difficult to recover it," deYoung said.”

The "Five Eyes", often abbreviated as "FVEY", refer to an anglophonic alliance comprising Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. These countries are bound by the multilateral UKUSA Agreement - a treaty for joint cooperation in signals intelligence.[1][2][3]

The origins of the FVEY can be traced back to World War II, when the Atlantic Charter was issued by the Allies to lay out their goals for a post-war world. During the course of the Cold War, the ECHELON surveillance system was initially developed by the FVEY to monitor the communications of the former Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc, although it was later used to monitor billions of private communications worldwide.[4][5]

In the late 1990s, the existence of ECHELON was disclosed to the public, triggering a major debate in the European Parliament and, to a smaller extent, the United States Congress. As part of efforts to win the ongoing War on Terror since 2001, the FVEY further expanded their surveillance capabilities, with much emphasis placed on monitoring the World Wide Web. The former NSA contractor Edward Snowden described the Five Eyes as a "supra-national intelligence organisation that doesn’t answer to the laws of its own countries".[6] Documents leaked by Snowden in 2013 revealed that the FVEY have been intentionally spying on one another's citizens and sharing the collected information with each other in order to circumvent restrictive domestic regulations on spying.[7][8][9][10]

Despite the impact of Snowden's disclosures, the general consensus among experts in the intelligence community holds that no amount of global outrage will affect the Five Eyes relationship, which, to this day, remains the most powerful espionage alliance in world history.[11][12]”

Serco Inc. is the outfit chosen by the City of Chicago's Department of Revenue to wander the streets dishing out tickets for parking/permit infractions. Over the past few years I feel that I have personally done my part to significantly raise the value of Serco's stock. The trouble with these [ZigBee Licensed to Kill] ticket-wielding vigilantes is that they are unreasonable. If you are ever parked on a metered street in lakeview, be sure to keep your eye on the clock. These cats stroll the avenues and are attracted to the blinking red lights of expired parking meters, like flies to, well, you know! I am not a fan of this Serco, Inc. I shouldn't hate the people who are giving me the tickets, but I do. I feel like these people would be doing our fine city a better duty by cleaning it, promoting non-violence, I dunno just about anything other than making my life more difficult.”

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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