Monday, August 25, 2014

#2082: Marine Links Serco's M2M Ad-Hoc Station Times to Dockland Spot-Fixed 7/7 Bombs

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco’s apparent development of M2M ad-hoc station timing platforms for the use of spread-betting bookmakers at mass casualty events, to the company’s alleged use of Docklands Light Railway communications to spot fix the body counts at the London Underground bombings of July 7, 2005.

McConnell claims that Serco uses M2M devices to impute an ad hoc station or waypoints into the timing systems of passenger vehicles so they can either be stopped at, or diverted to, a place where pre-positioned triage teams can spot fix body counts and remove any evidence of spread betting by Serco investors including TIAA-CREF or the University Superannuation Scheme.

McConnell alleges Serco entered into a conspiracy with the directors of SkyWave and Inmarsat and the 1997 UK Minister of Defence, Nicholas Soames, to develop M2M ad-hoc station timing platforms for spot-fixing mass casualty events of the kind witnessed with common M.O.s such as the Madrid train bombings of March 11 2004 and the London Underground bombings of 7/7.

Prequel 1: #2081: Marine Links MH 17 Body Bag Fraud to Serco's Skynet spread-bet Platform, Offender's Spot Fix Near Donetsk 

Prequel 2: #2055: Marine Links Spread Bet Serco (SBS) to 7/7 Edgeware Road Station, MH Waypoint West of Donetsk 

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It is quite startling to realise that a special room had been set up to receive the dead of the July 7th bombings in a temporary morgue built on army land, the contract for which (see [1] below) arrived on the contractor’s desk on July 6th, the day before the massacres. All the bodies of the dead were taken and placed in cold-storage there. Not until the Inquest, five years later, did startled lawyers acting on behalf of the victim-families get to hear, that NO POST MORTEMS had been performed on the dead. ….

Military site for the [7/7] Bodies It is also quite startling to realise that a special room had been set up to receive the dead – starting work on July 6th, the day before the 7/7 massacres. Here is a statement about what happened on that day, and where the bodies went:

Based in Northamptonshire in the UK, the company [De Boer] had already completed several contracts for the Metropolitan Police …The De Boer team spent months visiting permanent mortuaries and attending meetings with London Resilience to suggest a suitable structure and interior design… Six months later on July 6, 2005, a document arrived at De Boer’s UK headquarters finalising what had been agreed for a future crisis response. Within 24 hours the plan was being realised .and implemented with the creation of a temporary mortuary in the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company near Moorgate Underground Station in central London.’ (source, ‘London’s Response to 7/7’ David Donegan Office of the Strategic Health Authorities at NHS, in no longer online, held in J7 archives: and quoted here)

Good timing or what? Thus an ‘emergency mortuary’ was established on a Military site in the City of London – its contract for the work received on the day before the catastrophe. Not only did this military site receive all of the bodies (and it claimed to start receiving them on the morning of 8th July), but it set up ancillary sites adjacent to the four blast sites on the morning of July 7th: ‘Outside of the mortuary De Boer also provided structures and furniture at each of the Underground Stations affected, and refrigeration facilities at the site of the bus bombing.’ The De Boer company managed it so well that, in recognition, its project manager was invited to meet Tony Blair at Downing Street. It was felt that, at such very short notice – after all, they only got the job on July 6th – they had done a fine job. Concerning the swift freezing of the bus bomb victim bodies: while researching ‘Terror On The Tube’. I could only see two or three corpses lying around in all of the photographs of that bus wreck, so I guess the De Boer team must have removed them swiftly.

We are also reminded of the big FEMA vans that arrived to clear up the damage in New York at Ground Zero on 9/11 (Federal Emergency Management Agency): they were proud of how quickly they arrived, in fact they arrived (by a similar sinister precognition) on Monday evening, the day before the very surprising 9/11 event.

* The ‘fluoroscopy’ method was described as ‘a limited form of X-ray,’ which showed embedded bits of metal etc. Thus, ‘Primary surveys of whole bodies in unopened body-bags were undertaken using fluoroscopy by teams of two radiographers and a pathologist. The aim of the primary survey was to establish the nature of the contents of the bag...’ (Forensic Radiography: Response to the London Suicide Bombings on 7th July 2005, Mark D. Viner)”

“The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) is an automated light metro system opened in 1987 to serve the redeveloped Docklands area of London.[2][3] It reaches north to Stratford, south to Lewisham, west to Tower Gateway and Bank in the City of London financial district, and east to Beckton, London City Airport and Woolwich Arsenal.

The system uses minimal staffing on trains and at major interchange stations; the four sub-surface stations are staffed to comply with underground station requirements. Similar proposals have been made for the adjacent system, the Tube.[4]

The DLR is operated under a concession awarded by Transport for London to Serco Docklands,[5] part of the Serco Group.[6][7] The system is owned by Docklands Light Railway Ltd,[8] part of the London Rail division of Transport for London. In Fiscal Year 2013, the DLR carried 101.5 million passengers.[1] It has been extended several times and further extensions are planned.”

“The 2004 Madrid train bombings (also known in Spain as 11-M) were nearly simultaneous, coordinated bombings against the Cercanías commuter train system of Madrid, Spain, on the morning of 11 March 2004 – three days before Spain's general elections and two and a half years after the September 11 attacks in the United States. The explosions killed 191 people and wounded 1,800.[1] The official investigation by the Spanish judiciary found that the attacks were directed by an al-Qaeda-inspired terrorist cell,[2][3] although no direct al-Qaeda participation has been established.[4][5][6] Though they had no role in the planning or implementation, the Spanish miners who sold the explosives to the terrorists were also arrested.[7][8][9]”

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Director, EMEA Government, Inmarsat Gordon has responsibility for the strategic positioning and development of Inmarsat’s future Ka-band business in the Government and Military sectors in the U.K., Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.

During a successful early career in the U.K. Royal Air Force as a Communications Electronics Engineering Officer, Gordon had responsibility for the management and development of military voice and data communications from HF through to SHF, including a two year tour as the Commanding Officer of the NATO SATCOM Ground Terminal and Network Control Centre in the U.K. Gordon then spent three years in the field of telecoms regulatory affairs, representing the interests of U.K. telecom companies in Europe with European Commission and CEPT working groups.

In 1995, Gordon moved to Serco, the global support services company, in which he held a number of senior Government-focused business development and operations appointments over an eight year period. These positions included two years as Operations Director for Serco Aerospace and four years in the Middle East as Director of Business Development. In 2004 Gordon transferred to a venture capital company that he set up and ran a technology start-up business, before moving to Inmarsat at the end of 2006. Here he was responsible for the business development of Inmarsat’s L-band services in the Government and Military sectors until mid 2011, when took up his current appointment with the GX program.”

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Time called on Serco’s NPL contract
By Gill Plimmer Serco, the FTSE 100 outsourcing company, has lost its contract to run the National Physical Laboratory – which built the first atomic clock – after the government said it would seek academic partners to take over the centre instead.

The laboratory has been managed by Serco on a profit-share basis since 1994. But David Willetts, science minister, has decided that the government can “encourage greater interaction with businesses” by ending the contract in March 2014 [Now you know why MH Flight 370 was disappeared], when the company’s 17-year tenure comes to an end.”

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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