Monday, October 13, 2014

#2143 Marine Links Cameron PFI Pedo-Tag to Serco Clock, Dubai Tower, MH Hijack Waypoint

Plum City - ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked David Cameron's apparent deployments of tagged pedophiles as Private Finance Initiative ('PFI') enforcers, to Serco's alleged use of the outsourced GPS electronic warfare clock and the Dubai air traffic control tower to impute hijacker waypoints into MH Flights 17 and 370.

McConnell claims that Cameron at UK Treasury and Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski conspired with George Soros in the Black Wednesday (below) outsider trading fraud to fund the Private Finance Initiative which outsourced the GPS E/W clock allegedly used by hijackers in Serco's matrix of ATC towers to coordinate tagged pedophiles at MH crime scenes.

McConnell is now inviting the Five Eyes intelligence services to test for Cameron's deployment of Serco pedo-tagged enforcers to monetize the assets represented by MH Flights 17 and 370.

McConnell suggest MH crime-scene investigators take a look at the tradecraft of the 32-year veteran Serco PFI project manager, Bob Coulling, who appears to have the skills needed to pull off such crimes in the areas of electronic warfare, assets recovery (extortion) and Childbase paedophile image analysis for the MOD, GCHQ, CESG, Police, Home Office, Serious Organised Crime Agency, Ministry of Justice and Customs and Revenue and Immigration Service.

Prequel 1: #2142 Marine Links Serco's Virtual Hijack Towers to MH Ad Hoc Waypoints, Cameron Pedo-PFI

Prequel 1: Aviation Whistle Blower Field McConnell Invites Tim Clark to Meet Regarding MH370

"Global swoop on newsgroup paedophiles
17:08 28 November 2001 by Will Knight

More than 130 people in 19 different countries have been arrested or are under investigation after police traced the distribution of child pornography through different internet newsgroups.

Technical experts at UK internet service provider Demon Internet aided officers from the National Crime Squad's new Hi-Tech Crime Unit with the investigation.

A spokesperson from Thus, Demon's parent company, says that investigators were not given access to the server logs that record Demon users' activities.

Investigators were simply provided with access to newsgroup postings in the same way as any other Demon customer. Technical experts from Demon then helped officers distinguish the identifying information contained within the message "headers" of particular postings.

Face recognition

Officers traced postings relating to certain images to different internet service providers around the world and then contacted Interpol to track down suspects.

Investigators say they discovered 10,000 suspect postings to over 30 different newsgroups and identified 60,000 new images. They plan to use face recognition software to identify victims in different images, to help trace them. This software has been developed [in a Private Finance Initiative allegedly launched by Cameron] in conjunction with UK company Serco [to help tagged pedophiles avoid arrest?], although no technical details have been released.

"This operation has sadly and distressingly brought thousands of new images of abuse to our attention," said Detective Superintendent Peter Spindler of the National Crime Squad. "These young victims need to be identified and protected as quickly as possible."

Spindler added: "We are able to show that those accessing these newsgroups did so regularly and with purpose."

Nine regional police forces in the UK were involved in the operation. Warrants for searches or arrests were issued in 19 countries, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Israel, Japan, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, and the US.

Evading detection

According to a report by the BBC, another 400 suspects could not be traced by investigators. Police have not said how they evaded detection but it is possible to post messages to news groups anonymously using intermediary servers that strip away header information.

The UK government introduced legislation in 2000, giving the police greater access to internet communications. Further provisions for the extended storage of data is included in new anti-terrorist legislation currently passing through parliament.

Privacy advocates claim that these laws could be misused and some question the justification for the legislation. Peter Sommer, at the London School of Economics computer science department, says that the techniques involved in the latest paedophile investigation did not require a special police warrant.

"It is apparent that the existing legislation was sufficient to help the NCS gather evidence and secure the ISP co-operation needed," Sommer told New Scientist."
"MH370 Controlled 'Until Very End' At Diego Garcia. Emirates Head Criticizes Gov't CoverUp
Sunday, October 12, 2014 6:31

 Head of a major international airline has turned whistleblower on the MH370 government coverup by criticizing the Australian government-led mission to locate the Malaysia Airlines flight and passengers and by throwing doubt on the entire official story. He believes the Boeing 777 was always under control but that officials have not been transparent about the whereabouts of it or its 239 passengers.

Emirates Airlines head Tim Clark has thrown doubt on the official line that the aircraft carrying 239 people  when it disappeared in March, flew south on autopilot for five hours until it ran out of fuel and plummeted into the water. 

"MH370 was, in my opinion, under control, probably until the very end," Mr. Clark said, fueling the MH370 Diego Garcia theory link.

Much of the public believe that Diego Garcia was used in the MH370 covert operation, a belief viewed by some officials as justifiable due to the extraordinary cyber technologists and managers on board along with equally extraordinary new technology some of them were taking to China. ..."

"Tradecraft, within the intelligence community, refers to the techniques used in modern espionage and generally, the activity of intelligence. This includes general topics or techniques (dead drops, for example), or the specific techniques of a nation or organization (the particular form of encryption used by the NSA, for example). The term tradecraft in this sense is frequently used in the books of John le Carré and Tom Clancy, where characters frequently engage in tradecraft, e.g. wiring intelligence gathering devices, such as cameras or microphones, hidden into the subject's quarters."

 "In politics and economics, Black Wednesday refers to 16 September 1992 when the British Conservativegovernment was forced to withdraw the pound sterling from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) after it was unable to keep the pound above its agreed lower limit in the ERM. George Soros, the most high profile of the currency market investors, made over 1 billion GBP[1] profit by short selling sterling.

In 1997 the UK Treasury estimated the cost of Black Wednesday at £3.4 billion,[citation needed] with other sources giving estimates as high as £27 billion. In 2005 documents released under the Freedom of Information Actrevealed that the actual cost may actually have been £3.3 billion.[2]

The trading losses in August and September were estimated at £800 million, but the main loss to taxpayers arose because the devaluation could have made them a profit. The papers show that if the government had maintained $24 billion foreign currency reserves and the pound had fallen by the same amount, the UK would have made a £2.4 billion profit on sterling's devaluation.[3][need quotation to verify] Newspapers also revealed that the Treasury spent £27 billion of reserves in propping up the pound."

"The United Kingdom – United States of America Agreement(UKUSA, /juːkˈsɑː/ ew-koo-sah)[1][2] is a multilateral agreement for cooperation in signals intelligence between the United Kingdom, theUnited StatesCanadaAustralia, and New Zealand. The alliance of intelligence operations is also known as Five Eyes.[3][4][5][6][7] In classification markings this is abbreviated as FVEY, with the individual countries being abbreviated as GBR, USA, CAN, AUS, and NZL respectively.[8]
Emerging from an informal agreement related to the 1941 Atlantic Charter, the secret treaty was renewed with the passage of the 1943 BRUSA Agreement, before being officially enacted on 5 March 1946 by the United Kingdom and the United States. In the following years, it was extended to encompass Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Other countries, known as "third parties", such as West Germany, the Philippines and several Nordic countries also joined the UKUSA community.[9][10]

Much of the sharing of information is performed via the ultra-sensitive STONEGHOST network, which has been claimed to contain "some of the Western world's most closely guarded secrets".

[11] Besides laying down rules for intelligence sharing, the agreement formalized and cemented the "Special Relationship" between the UK and the USA.[12][13]

Due to its status as a secret treaty, its existence was not known to the Prime Minister of Australia until 1973,[14]and it was not disclosed to the public until 2005.[13] On 25 June 2010, for the first time in history, the full text of the agreement was publicly released by Britain and the United States, and can now be viewed online.[9][15] Shortly after its release, the seven-page UKUSA Agreement was recognized by Time magazine as one of the Cold War's most important documents, with immense historical significance.[13]

Currently, the global surveillance disclosure by Edward Snowden has shown that the intelligence-sharing activities between the First World allies of the Cold War are rapidly shifting into the digital realm of the Internet.[16][17][18]"

"Bob Coulling
Technical Project Manager - Serco GTD
Gloucester, United Kingdom 
Information Technology and Services

Bob Coulling's Overview

Serco - Anglia Support Partnership at Serco
HMP Thameside (Serco PFI) at Serco
Braintree Community Hospital (Contract Award) at Serco

Bob Coulling's Summary

I joined Serco (then RCA) in 1982 following 10 years in the British Army working exclusively in Electronic Warfare (SIGINT, COMINT and TEMPEST).

During my 32 years working for Serco I have undertaken a range of IT, Contract and Project Management roles and been involved in many of the company's key strategic bids, acquisitions, transition and transformation programmes. I have managed the delivery IT projects across a wide range of central Government organisations including MOD, GCHQ, CESG, Police, Home Office, Serious Organised Crime Agency, Ministry of Justice and Customs and Revenue and Immigration Service. 

Recently I have been involved the delivery of Serco's Health services portfolio, including the acquisition of Grosvenor Health later transformed into Serco Occupational Health, the transition of Kings College Hospital into the GSTS partnership, the acquisition and management of the Braintree Community Hospital contract and the transformation programme of Serco's NHS shared service organisation Anglia Support Partnership.

A Prince 2 (Practitioner), I am experienced in the delivery of IT Service Management, Information Security (IS) and Information Governance (IG) compliance delivery, including the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL), ISO27001, NHS IG Toolkit, HMG Security Policy Framework (SPF) and HMG IS1 

Technical Risk Assessment.
Bob Coulling's Experience
Serco - Anglia Support Partnership

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
April 2012 – September 2013 (1 year 6 months) Huntingdon
IT Project Manager - Responsible for delivery of the IT transformation and Information Governance framework programme to Serco ASP a NHS shared service organisation based in Huntingdon providing back office services (HR, Payroll, Employment, Primary Care and ICT) to NHS organisations in the Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk region.
HMP Thameside (Serco PFI)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
August 2011 – April 2012 (9 months)
IT Project Manager – Responsible for the delivery of the secure (IL3) IT infrastructure and systems for Serco's newest Category B prison located in Greenwich London.
Braintree Community Hospital (Contract Award)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
January 2011 – April 2012 (1 year 4 months)
IT Project Manager – Responsible for the Bid, due diligence and delivery of the IT Transition, Transformation and Governance (IG Toolkit) projects.
Kings College Hospital - Pathology (Joint Venture)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
April 2010 – August 2010 (5 months)
IT Project Lead - Responsible for the bid, due diligence and delivery of the Kings College Hospital IT Transition and Transformation programme.
Grosvenor Health (Serco Acquisition)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
April 2008 – August 2009 (1 year 5 months)
IT Project Lead - Responsible for the Bid, due diligence and IT Transition and Transformation programme of the Grosvenor (Occupational) Health Group, the business was renamed Serco Occupational Health.
Home Office - Assets Recovery Agency (Contract Award)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
April 2003 – April 2008 (5 years 1 month)
Contract Manager - Responsible for the delivery and performance of the IT managed service to the Home Office Assets Recovery Agency.
Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre (Contract Award)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
January 2007 – June 2007 (6 months)
IT Transition Manager - IT Bid and Transition project
Ministry of Justice - Electronic Monitoring (Contract Award)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
November 2005 – July 2006 (9 months)
IT Implementation Manager - Following contract award I was responsible for the for the implementation of all IT systems to required ot deliver the Electronic Monitoring (Scotland) contract.
Serco Home Affairs (Gloucester)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
June 1999 – August 2004 (5 years 3 months)
Senior IT Manager - Management of the IT Support Department with responsibility for the implementation, management and support of the IL3 and IL4 secure infrastructure and systems for the Serco Home Affairs business operation located at Gloucester
National Crime Squad - Childbase Project

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
June 2002 – March 2003 (10 months)
IT Implementation Lead - Responsible for the specification, configuration, delivery and of the IT hardware implementation for the National Crime Squad's (now Child Exploitation and Online Protection CEOP organisation) Childbase Project, a biometric recognition and database application used in the analysis of paedophile imagery.
Serco Central Government Services (Gloucester)

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
April 1997 – June 1999 (2 years 3 months)
IT Engineer - Worked on the development and delivery of secure information and cryptographic IT projects for UK Government
CESG (Tempest) Contract

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
April 1991 – April 1997 (6 years 1 month)
Senior Tempest Engineer - Responsible for "screened room" testing of electronic equipment to be used by UK and overseas Government departments.
Ministry of Defence - West Berlin

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
June 1982 – March 1991 (8 years 10 months)
Senior Electronics Engineer – Based with British Army unit in West Berlin I was responsible for the implementation maintenance and support of signals intelligence (SIGINT) systems.
Royal Corps of Signals
Armed Forces (ARMY)
August 1972 – June 1982 (9 years 11 months)
Electronics Engineer (Radio) – I served with operational units in Cyprus, Germany, West Berlin, UK and Northern Ireland supporting signals intelligence and communications security systems.
Bob Coulling's Skills & Expertise
IT Service Management
Service Delivery
Vendor Management
Change Management
 IT Strategy
Business Analysis
Project Management
Requirements Analysis
Project Delivery
Data Center
NHS IG Toolkit
Information Governance
ISO 27001
IT Audit"

"Mon Jul28 Imagis launches ChildBase(TM) child protection and recovery software for the National Crime Squad
UK's National Crime Squad to use "astonishing, breakthrough technology" to help identify victims of paedophilic abuse. 

Imagis Technologies Inc. ("Imagis") (OTCBB:IGSTF; TSX-VEN:NAB; Germany:IGY) announced today the formal acceptance of its ChildBase child protection and recovery software as developed with the National Crime Squad of the United Kingdom. The software was publicly unveiled in conjunction with a media launch and demonstration on Thursday, July 24, followed by a formal launch in the UK's House of Lords on Friday, July 25. 

Developed in cooperation with Serco plc, the ChildBase solution – which is already being described in various media reports as 'astonishing and groundbreaking technology' – helps reduce the labour-intensive task of cataloguing and managing large quantities of images and data obtained from the Internet or from seized collections of child abuse imagery. Prior to the release of the software, investigators had to manually retrieve, view, categorize, and log each individual image, before cross-referencing it against hundreds of thousands of known images. ChildBase performs this task automatically and in a fraction of the time that it takes to do the same job manually. Without ChildBase, the task was so difficult that investigators were sometimes forced to give up trying to identify some of the images, each one a crime scene. 

At the heart of ChildBase is Imagis' renowned biometric face recognition technology. This technology is used to compare the faces of people in new abusive images with those in pictures already investigated. The root facial recognition software – which has also been used in other law enforcement, homeland defense, security, and identification initiatives – is relatively immune to changes in hairstyle, subject aging, and weight gain. 

"This project has involved a lot of hard work and resources over the past few years, but we feel that the investment has been well worth it," said Roy Trivett, President and CEO, Imagis Technologies Inc. "The proliferation of paedophelic imagery is an international problem. It is our hope that other countries and other government agencies will follow the lead of the British in a truly global effort to combat crimes against children." 

National Crime Squad spokesperson, Jackie Bennett, said in a story published in the UK's Guardian Observer that, "This is the most powerful tool we have ever had, and (it) will transform the speed and success with which we can track down abusers and their victims." 

Likewise in an interview with BBC News, Jim Gamble, Assistant Chief Constable of the National Crime Squad, said, "ChildBase had already saved children from abuse and that a 'string of prosecutions' was being prepared...We are making the Internet as safe as humanly possible for our children. We are trying to make the global village an area we police in a global sense." 

The origins of ChildBase and the imagery now used date back to Operation Cathedral in 1998, a British-led operation that seized 750,000 images and smashed the so-called Wonderland Club ring of internet paedophiles, plus another 100,000 images from further operations. The solution was commissioned by the NCS in 2001 for pnds stlg 500,000. The current ChildBase system contains 280,000 images of abuse, involving about 20,000 children from around the world. The system is housed within the National Crime Squad and has been deployed with advanced security to protect the imagery and prevent unauthorized access. Revenues for this sale have all been previously accrued. 

Further details about the National Crime Squad can be obtained by visiting 

About Imagis Technologies Inc. 

Imagis Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: IGSTF; TSX-VEN: NAB; Germany: IGY) develops and markets breakthrough technology that allows for the rapid development and deployment of information sharing and biometric identification applications that are used in law enforcement, transportation security, immigration and customs, gaming, and other security and homeland defense initiatives. 

The Company, whose Chairman is Oliver ("Buck") Revell, the former associate deputy director of the FBI, has over 140 installations of its software located across the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Latin America and Asia-Pacific. This includes the UK's National Crime Squad; RCMP, police, and sheriff departments across the United States and Canada; New Zealand Customs; the Government of Singapore, and Toronto's Pearson International Airport. 

For more information about Imagis Technologies, please visit 

SOURCE Imagis Technologies Inc."

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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