Wednesday, October 15, 2014

#2145 Marine Links Serco Cake Boy’s Outsourced Red Switch to Airbus-ISIS Battlespace Fraud

Plum City - ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked a Defense Red Switch Network outsourcing agreement between Serco and Barack Obama – the alleged cake-boy president of the United States – to procurement frauds in an Airbus-controlled battlespace in Northern Iraq and Syria where foreign fighters from the Islamic State (ISIS) militant group are given men to kill, boys to sodomize and women and girls to enslave.

"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it’s very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."

Not a cool phone? An IST-2 [Red Switch] telephone on Obama's desk, March 29, 2009 (White House photo by Pete Souza) 

The Cisco 7975 and the Lucent 8520 on Obama's desk, July 31, 2011 Also on the desk appears to be the iPad Obama got from Steve Jobs in May 2011 (White House photo by Pete Souza)

McConnell claims that Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski and Serco's Private Finance Initiative (PFI*) manager Bob Coulling, forced Obama to outsource his Red Switch privileges to Airbus/Serco at RAF Oakhanger sometime between the dates of photographs above.

PFI* = Private Finance Initiative program launched by David Cameron at Treasury in 1992

McConnell alleges that by outsourcing Red Switch privileges to Serco, the U.S. National Command Authority has allowed Serco's PFI partners – allegedly Airbus and ISIS – to mount man-in-the-middle attacks on the "Five Eyes" countries where Obama reads scripts to define what he is going to do to degrade ISIS while his Down Low friends in Chicago backhaul Serco’s Red Switch snuff-film images as black propaganda to intimidate the so-called "sheeple".

McConnell notes that Obama outsourced Air Navigation Services at Baghdad International Airport to Serco in 2011 after allowing Red Switch privileges to be transferred from the National Command Authority to Airbus for man-in-the-middle attacks on the residents of the battlespace around the city allegedly coordinated by Serco-ISIS operatives in the Baghdad control tower.

McConnell suggest that "Five Eyes" 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, tagging, asset recovery (extortion) and Childbase paedophile image analysis services for the MOD, GCHQ, CESG, Police, Home Office, Serious Organised Crime Agency, Ministry of Justice and Customs and Revenue and Immigration Service.

Prequel 1: #2144 Marine Links Serco's Blackmailed-Pedophile Images to Obama Down-Low Jockey-Boy Club, Dubai's ISIS Camp Mirage
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ISIS Treatment of Men, Women, and Children –
Leading The Way Iraq Field Report ISIS Treatment
of Men, Women, and Children – Leading The Way
Iraq Field Report

"Iraqi Troops Abandon Military Base To ISIS Raising Concerns Over Military Strategy In Iraq And Baghdad's Safety

By Christopher Harress on October 14 2014 4:52 PM
The Iraqi military's abandonment of a military base near the town of Hit, near the capital of Anbar province, calls into question the strategy of coalition airstrikes supported by local army units as sufficient to stop the Islamic State advance on Baghdad. The base abandonment left Hit under full jihadist control.

"There's no question that there are problems with the current military strategy, but it's doubtful that ISIS could actually take Baghdad," said Benjamin Friedman, research fellow in defense and homeland security at the Cato Institute, a Washington think tank. “The Iraqi military should function better defending Baghdad than it does in Anbar, but even if they took control they are gonna have a hard time governing it without suffering the same sort of violent insurgency the United States did."

The fall of the town comes at a time when Kurdish fighters are trying to maintain control of the Syrian border town of Kobani, which has become a symbolic battleground in the broader war against ISIS.

British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, on a visit to Iraq, also said airstrikes will not be sufficient to beat ISIS, and the Iraqi military would have to do "the heavy work on the ground."

This statement follows arguments from U.S. military leaders who said the only way to sufficiently deal with ISIS would be to put U.S. boots on the ground, an idea President Barack Obama has been against since airstrikes began.

However, it has become clear the Iraqi military has been overwhelmed by the attacks from ISIS that have endured throughout the summer, and the abandonment of the military base in Hit may go some way to examining if Iraqi forces are able to deal with the extremist group.

"Our military leaders argued that instead of leaving those forces exposed to attacks by ISIS, they would be best used to shore up the defense of Asad air base," a senior police official in Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province, told AFP.

While Hit is still 150 miles from Baghdad, ISIS has been probing some of the Iraqi capital's suburbs as near as 8 miles from the city.
But as Friedman pointed out, the mission hasn’t been going on for a huge amount time.

"If you remember Libya, the airstrikes were deadlocked for a little while before things changed," Friedman said. "Part of that was the rebels getting their act together and the airstrikes becoming better coordinated. So there is a lot of time left before anybody hits the panic button."

However, the fight for Baghdad has seemingly already begun as ISIS sleeper cells carry out daily bombings and assassinations while the main ISIS fighters continue to probe areas around the capital. If it pushes into Baghdad, ISIS, which numbers 30,000 to 50,000 fighters, will come up against 60,000 government troops that have been tasked with defending the capital. But as was seen with Hit and other towns around the country, questions still remain over the discipline of those troops in Baghdad, who may not previously have come up against a group like ISIS.

The U.S. military, which withdrew troops from the country in late 2011 after more than eight years of war, launched airstrikes in August to assist Kurdish and Iraqi forces. After U.S.-led strikes in Iraq, a coalition of five moderate Arab countries launched similar strikes in Syria, where ISIS has captured a huge amount of territory, declaring a caliphate in an area straddling the Iraqi-Syrian border.   

"The coalition can only deliver effective support to the Iraqi government and Iraqi security forces," Hammond, the U.K.’s top diplomat, said during his visit to Baghdad. "The Iraqi people, the Iraqi security forces and Iraqi government will have to take the lead on the ground.

"We always understood that our campaign alone was not effective to be decisive in turning the tide against ISIL," Hammond added, using an alternative name for ISIS. "But it has halted the ISIL advance, it has forced ISIL to change its tactics and it is degrading their military capabilities and their economic strength, their ability to exploit oil revenues, for example."

"Serco to Continue Providing Air Navigation Services at Baghdad International Airport
Date : 23 September 2013

Serco, the international service company, in cooperation with our Iraqi partner Al Burhan Group, has signed a new agreement with the Iraq Civil Aviation Authority (ICAA) to continue providing Air Traffic Control (ATC) services, training and support at Baghdad International Airport and extending our presence in Iraq.

Serco has been providing these services in Baghdad since January 2011. The partnership between Serco and the ICAA has achieved a number of successes. These include achievement of the Vertical Separation Minimum, to increase airspace capacity, and the successful training and validation of over 40 new Iraqi controllers, while continuously developing a solid foundation for re-building Air Traffic Services capabilities in Iraq.

This new 18 month contract, extending the agreement until January 2015, enables Serco to provide the ICAA with continued "On the Job Training" for new Iraqi air traffic controllers in the Area Control Centre as well as ATC training in the Control Tower at Baghdad International Airport. Under the new contract, Serco will also provide the Aviation Academy with additional Air Traffic Services Instructors to commence the training of up to 100 new Iraqi controllers which will help the ICAA build a sustainable ATC system in support of the country's redevelopment.

Commenting on the new agreement, Zafar Raja, CEO for Serco Middle East, stated: "The Iraq airspace is a critical corridor to and from Europe for the region's airlines and it requires safe, competent and efficient air traffic services delivery. We are thrilled that the ICAA continues to have confidence in Serco's ability to deliver on its promises and support in the commitment to train Iraqi nationals".


For more information, please contact:
Dona Daher - Communications Manager, Serco Middle East
T +971 (0)0 4033500, M +971 56 216
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U.N. Report Details ISIS Abuse of Women and Children
After fighters from the Islamic State militant group attacked her village in northern Iraq in August, an adolescent Yazidi girl was abducted, raped several times by different men and then sold in a public market as a sex slave.

The episode is one chilling example from a United Nations report released Thursday that details a litany of atrocities committed by Islamic State militants — and Iraqi government forces and associated militias — against civilians in Iraq. Most troubling are the examples of "gross violations" of international law committed from July 6 to Sept. 10 against Iraq’s most vulnerable civilians, women and children, who find themselves in the path of fighters from the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL.

Women and girls were raped and sold as sex slaves.
In early August, militants from the Islamic State abducted up to 500 women and girls from a village in southern Sinjar and reportedly sent 150 of the unmarried women and girls to Syria, "either to be given to ISIL fighters as a reward or to be sold as sex slaves."

The report said the Yazidi girl who was abducted by Islamic State fighters when they attacked her village on Aug. 3 was raped several times by different men before she was sold in a market."

"Women and girls are brought with price tags for the buyers to choose and negotiate the sale," the report said. “The buyers were said to be mostly youth from the local communities. Apparently ISIL was 'selling' these Yazidi women to the youth as a means of inducing them to join their ranks."

Some women tried to fight back.

The report described two instances in which women tried to fight back against Islamic State militants, prompting deadly reprisals.

Female doctors working at a hospital in Mosul were ordered to cover their faces and abide by strict dress codes. Some of the doctors objected, saying veils made it difficult to treat their patients, and went on a temporary strike, the report said.

One of the doctors who participated in the strike was killed on Aug. 13 in her home in Tayaran, south of Mosul.

About a week later, on Aug. 21, when Islamic State fighters began beating women in a Mosul market for refusing to wear veils, some women threw stones at their attackers, according to the report. Four days later, the bodies of three women who had been shot and tortured were found west of the city.

Children were abused and used for propaganda.

According to witnesses cited in the report, Islamic State fighters dumped more than 60 Turkmen and Yazidi children in an orphanage in Mosul after they had witnessed the killing of their parents by the fighters. "It appears some of the older children may have been physically and sexually assaulted," the report notes.
"Later, ISIL fighters returned to the orphanage and made the children pose with ISIL flags so they could take photos of them."
ISIS is recruiting child soldiers.

Militants are recruiting children as young as 12 to fight for the Islamic State, the report said, and witnesses in Mosul have seen children between the ages of 13 and 16 on patrol alongside the militants.

"Witnesses reported that these children wear similar attire to that of ISIL gunmen, and sometimes wear masks or kaffiyeh over their faces," the report said. “Children were seen carrying weapons, sometimes too big for them to carry."

These child soldiers are also used for propaganda, as the report notes that photos of their training have been posted on social media sites and other websites."

"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 Jul 28
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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