Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco’s apparent deployment of tagged offenders as security for cannibal feasts and raves at the Pickton Family pig farm in Port Coquitlam between 1996 and 2001, to an ad-hoc snuff-film trade apparently run out of the St. Ermin’s Hotel in London since 1983 and the alleged payment of a spot fixing vig to ISIS’s bankers (HSBC?) for a backhauled money shot of the beheading of James Foley.
McConnell believes that St. Ermin’s habitué Tom Stacey hired some of British Columbia’s tagged offenders to ensure that there was a sufficient concentration of Serco offenders at the ad-hoc pig-farm crime scenes to spot fix the time it would took for a victim’s body to go through a wood chipper, to backhaul the money shot to a Starnet studio, to frame the innocent and to GPS the guilty to freedom.
McConnell believes that Serco directors moved Gordon Campbell and his teacher wife Nancy to London where the former chairman of the Vancouver Police Federation and the now Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom is allegedly being extorted by insiders of the St. Ermin’s snuff-film trade into paying ISIS bankers for the spot-fixed money shots from Syria.
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Seven or so years ago, a longshoreman, who asked not to be named and currently lives in an apartment building in Sunrise Hastings, Vancouver, BC, went with an "old friend/coworker from the railway" to a "Halloween bash [at Piggy's Palace]." He described the night to The Stranger in these hellish terms: "I arrived at the party at about 9:00 p.m. It was dark and raining and muddy, and there were lots of motorcycles, old cars, and a big pig roasting on a spit. There were kids in costumes, some dressed as witches. The little kids were running around, and playing in the dark. There wasn't much light. There were lots of women, who looked like hookers.... The party spilled all over the grounds and there were people in the house and in the trailer doing the wild thing. I recall walking by a shack with a 40-watt light bulb hanging over the door and machinery was running inside. Here, I got a death chill. The hairs raised on the back of my neck and my feet froze to the ground. I didn't want to be there anymore, so I left and walked home."
The longshoreman's account is by no means exceptional; many who visited Piggy's Palace had similar impressions: It was wild, people were doing drugs and eating roasted pig. "I was about to eat the pig, but when I saw [Robert Pickton tearing apart] the pig with his hands, I decided not to.... His hands were dirty," said the longshoreman.
"I only went once and I'd never go again," said an unnamed woman in a wonderful short article that was published in the Now (a Port Coquitlam newspaper) a few days after Pickton was served a warrant by the police. "It's a very raunchy crowd, lots of cocaine, lots of really, really bad, badass people.... I did not want to be a part of it."
Piggy's Palace, however, had a double life. Records posted on crimelibrary.com show that Piggy's Palace was a "nonprofit society" dedicated to raising money for "sports organizations and other worthy groups." The long tin shed on 2552 Burns Road was visited by almost everyone in Port Coquitlam. And not just badass people: two mayors, several city council members, local business and civic leaders, ice hockey moms, high school and elementary school students--they all came for "functions, dances, concerts and other recreations" at Piggy's Palace. Port Coquitlam Coun- cillor Darrell Penner, according to the Now, visited Piggy's Palace "a few times," believed that thousands of people had been to the place, and, though he had enjoyed some roasted pork, was certain it did not come from 953 Dominion Avenue, that is, from pigs that had been eating the women murdered on the Pickton farm.
But where else could it have come from?
It's common knowledge that Robert Pickton was, by the mid-'90s, no longer a serious commercial pig farmer. He was a wealthy man. Raising hogs now was more of a hobby. He bought the pigs, fattened them, and sold the meat to friends, or roasted them for the bikers, prostitutes, mayors, and Little Leaguers who partied at Piggy's Palace. The entire city of Port Coquitlam (pop. 53,000), it seemed, was feeding on pigs that had been fed by the suspected serial killer Robert Pickton.”
“This month (April 2011) the historic St Ermin’s Hotel in Westminster re-opens after a £30m transformation by new US owners Amerimar.
The Grade II Victorian landmark near St James’s Park is Amerimar’s first venture in Europe.
In 1940 Winston Churchill asked a group of extraordinary individuals to meet at the St Ermin’s and “Set Europe Ablaze”. That group became the SOE (Special Operations Executive); its purpose covert operations during WW2. They took up an entire floor of the hotel whilst MI6 had the two floors above. Before the war, the hotel had been the venue for guerilla warfare classes run by MI6 and amongst those working there was Noel Coward and the notorious “fourth man”, spy (and later the Queen’s art expert) Anthony Blunt.
After the war, Guy Burgess frequently met his Russian counterpart at the hotel, handing over top secret government files.
Retaining its Victorian architecture, Art Nouveau styling and Rococo plasterwork after the makeover, the St Ermin’s has now been given a post-modern “textural” look and feel by LA-based designer, Dayna Lee, who was inspired by Christopher Dresser – “a visionary British designer who was very influential when the St Ermin’s was built”.
“ISIS Threat: Britain Raises Terror Alert Level to 'Severe'
Britain raised its terrorism threat level to “severe” Friday - meaning that an attack is "highly likely" - as Prime Minister David Cameron warned that ISIS poses a "greater and deeper threat to our security than we have known before."
Cameron said he planned new laws to make it harder for Britons to travel to Syria and Iraq to fight alongside Islamist extremists, and said the problem posed by jihadis would last "years, and probably decades."
The country's Home Office said there was no specific intelligence to suggest a terror atrocity was imminent. The U.K.'s biggest police force, London's Metropolitan Police, said it was stepping up visible patrols but no other impact was expected. Cameron said British people should "continue to go about our lives in the normal way."
It is the second time since the discovery of the 2006 transatlantic airliner liquid bomb plot that the U.K. threat level has been higher than "substantial." "This means a terrorist attack is highly likely, although there is no intelligence to suggest that one is imminent," a Home Office statement said.
In response to the British move, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said American intelligence officials were "unaware of any specific, credible threat to the U.S. homeland" from ISIS. Johnson noted that DHS has already taken steps to enhance aviation security at overseas airports with direct flights to the United States.
"At the same time," Johnson said in a statement, "the Department of Homeland Security is mindful of the potential for homegrown violent extremism inspired by radical ideology overseas, and, both through law enforcement and community outreach, we are taking steps to counter that potential threat."
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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
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