Ottawa Shooting Video Shows Dramatic Moment Michael Zehaf Bibeau Stormed Parliament
McConnell believes that, starting in 1996, Campbell and Stacey deployed Serco tagged offenders at pig-farm snuff-film raves to extort ministers of Western Economic Diversification (currently Michelle Rempel) into financing Vancouver’s E-Comm 9-1-1 which Paulson has allegedly converted into a hacker's hub for mobile emergency operations centers and Serco’s global kill teams.
McConnell suggests that Canadians check out 32-year veteran Serco manager Bob Coulling who appears to have the tradecraft skills needed for scripted killings at the pig farm and on Parliament Hill, especially his experience in electronic warfare, tagging, asset recovery [extortion] and pedophile image analysis for the UK MOD, GCHQ, CESG, Police, Home Office, Serious Organised Crime Agency, Ministry of Justice and Customs and Revenue and Immigration Service.
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RCMP show dramatic security video of gunman behind Ottawa shootings [Note Paulson’s EOC plain-clothes reception committee at 1:53 and the individual who runs in the direction which established an ambush track for the shooter; note the 2:41 transfer to a Junior Minister Michelle Rempel's idling limo used by the shooter to track to the Centre Block of the Parliament Building; note 3:54 shooter is tracked behind the truck which moves away; not 4:09 RCMP mobile officers fall in behind the shooter so he cannot come out the way he went in; note the two security guards at front door stood down to let the shooter track through to the sequence/script as described in the video below]
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"Zehaf-Bibeau had been staying at the Ottawa Mission, a homeless shelter in Ottawa near Parliament Hill. According to other residents of the mission, Zehaf-Bibeau and two other men had been trying to get a vehicle. Others said of Zehaf-Bibeau and the other two men, "You knew they were up to something shifty, pacing around a lot and everything." [Henderson, David (October 23, 2014). "Shooter Zehaf-Bibeau was staying at Ottawa Mission before rampage: witnesses". Ottawa Citizen.] The vehicle used by Zehaf-Bibeau was purchased one day before the shootings. One resident of the mission noted that Zehaf-Bibeau's mood had changed three days before the attacks, and he attributed it to Zehaf-Bibeau going back on drugs. Zehaf-Bibeau reportedly told the other residents that he was "anti-Canadian" and to pray because "the world is ending".
A day before the attack, multiple witnesses saw Zehaf-Bibeau engaged in a "heated discussion" with another man while waiting to register his purchase of the vehicle used in the shootings. According to a witness, Zehaf-Bibeau said “If soldiers bombed your family, wouldn't you want to kill them?". Staff in the registry office asked him to lower his voice or leave. The purchase was disallowed by the office because of his out-of-province identification. The purchase was never registered and Zehaf-Bibeau pasted a piece of junk mail on the car to mimic a temporary license permit.
How Zehaf-Bibeau obtained his gun has not been determined. At the time of the shootings, Zehaf-Bibeau was legally prohibited from possessing or acquiring firearms. Additionally, his previous criminal charges and convictions, history of drug abuse, and lack of a fixed address all would have prevented him from receiving a Canadian Firearms Licence. A knife that Zehaf-Bibeau had with him on October 22 was determined to have originated from a relative's home."
"Micahel Zehaf-Bibeau was asked to leave Burnaby, B.C., mosque"
Ottawa gunman objected to Masjid al-Salaam and Education Centre in Burnaby, B.C., allowing in non-Muslims CBC News Posted: Oct 24, 2014 10:21 AM PT Last Updated: Oct 25, 2014 9:29 AM PT Threats sent to B.C. mosque after Ottawa attack 2:30
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Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, who shot and killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial earlier this week, was asked to leave the B.C. mosque he attended and objected to its policy of allowing in non-Muslims, a B.C. Muslim Association spokesperson has said.
Montreal-born Zehaf-Bibeau, 32, lived in B.C. in recent years and had a connection to the Masjid al-Salaam and Education Centre, a mosque in Burnaby, B.C..
Speaking at a news conference on Friday morning, association spokesman Aasim Rashid denounced Wednesday's attack.
"These are acts of criminal violence and show utter disregard for human life and the laws of the world, as well as its religions," said Rashid.
"We openly condemn the propaganda of the lawless groups trying to incite Canadians to hurt other Canadians. Such propaganda is clear evidence that these groups are individuals, are sheer terrorists."
Rashid told reporters Zehaf-Bibeau had attended the mosque for three to four months in 2011 and described him as keeping largely to himself.
But, he said, Zehaf-Bibeau did object to the openness with which the mosque accepts non-Muslims.
"The mosque operates on a foundation of welcome, of community outreach and interfaith dialogue and that cannot take place when we close the doors on our neighbours.
"If he was not OK with that, he should probably choose another mosque to go to and pray."
to sleep at the mosque when he was released from prison in 2012, said Rashid,
which led to him being asked to leave.
Zehaf-Bibeau was charged with robbery and uttering threats for an incident in Vancouver on Dec. 16, 2011, which court records indicate may have been an attempt to get help.
At Zehaf-Bibeau's bail hearing, he told the judge himself that he wanted to serve time. The judge agreed to detain him over Christmas.
RCMP asks for tips
The RCMP on Friday circulated a mug shot of Zehaf-Bibeau taken by Vancouver police and asked anyone with information about his movements from Oct. 2 onward to contact the security tip line at 1-800-420-5805 or RCMP.NSIN-RISN.GRC@rcmp-grc.
New information also emerged about Zehaf-Bibeau's online presence. A data security expert who works for Public Safety Canada says there is online evidence that Zehaf-Bibeau was radicalized.
Rafal Rohozinski, the CEO of SecDev Group, told CBC News Online that evidence suggests Zehaf-Bibeau had Syrian connections.
"We have indications that he interacted with sites and individuals that have contact to Syria," Rohozinski said in an interview with CBC News on Friday. "We know that his principal channel to radicalization seems to have been with online content."
Rohozinski said SecDev has turned what material it has over to the relevant authorities."
“E-Comm 9-1-1 is a multi-municipality agency that provides emergency communications operations for the region of southwest British Columbia. The company coordinates 9-1-1 service for police, fire, and ambulance service, providing call-taking and dispatch services for multiple agencies in the Lower Mainland area. E-Comm's service area covers Metro Vancouver (from Lions Bay toLangley), the Sunshine Coast Regional District, south Squamish-Lillooet Regional District and the Whistler-Howe Sound area serving a population of more than two million residents. The company provides call-taking for all participating municipalities, transferring incoming calls to the appropriate agency. Furthermore, E-Comm provides dispatch services for eleven police departments and nineteen fire departments.
E-Comm owns and operates the Wide-Area Radio Network (WARN), a shared communications system used by police agencies, fire departments and the entire British Columbia Ambulance Service in Metro Vancouver. The WARN features earthquake-resistant infrastructure and enhanced security measures, providing improved coverage, clarity, and reliability. The WARN allows for real-time communication between members of separate agencies, increasing inter-agency communication and coordination.
Interest in consolidating emergency communications in southwest British Columbia began in the early 1990s following a series of large-scale disasters. The disorganized state of emergency communications during those incidents demonstrated that contemporary un-integrated communications services were not effective in dealing with large incidents, and required reform.
In spring of 1994, hockey fever captured British Columbia as the Vancouver Canucks advanced to the Stanley Cup finals. When they lost the seventh and final game of the series, huge crowds of fans took to the streets to lament the team's loss, and were quickly joined by troublemakers attracted to the large groups of people. The unhappy crowd soon erupted into a full-scale riot.
The Vancouver Police were forced to call in the Crowd Control Unit and request back up from neighbouring Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) detachments in an effort to disperse the out-of-control crowd. In the midst of the chaos, the Vancouver Police radio system was unable to handle the increased amount of radio traffic. Paramedics, firefighters and police found themselves in danger because their radio systems were not compatible with each other.
Following the riot, widely known as the Stanley Cup Riot, the provincial government began planning for an organization that would consolidate all emergency radio and phone services to allow information sharing between agencies and members. E-Comm was established under the Emergency Communications Corporations Act of 1997. As a cost-recovery business corporation, it is owned by stakeholders made up of all the agencies that use its service, which include municipalities, police boards, provincial and federal government agencies, and crown corporations.
The E-Comm Facility
E-Comm is located at 3301 East Pender Street, across from the Pacific National Exhibition. The E-Comm building is a post-disaster facility, designed to resist a major earthquake or other large-scale disaster, permitting the continued operation of emergency communications in such a situation. Special attention was paid to the facility's mechanical, electrical, structural and communication systems to ensure they are highly reliable, fault tolerant and resistant to hazard. The building is a reinforced concrete structure with shatter-proof glass, and has storage capacity for emergency food and water. Backup support systems that lend to the building's self-sufficiency include communication, mechanical plants, emergency power generation, uninterruptible power sources, and emergency water and food storage.
The City of Vancouver's Office of Emergency Management and Emergency Operations Centre (EOC), Vancouver Emergency Community Telecommunications Organization (VECTOR), and Vancouver Emergency Social Services (ESS) are also located inside the E-Comm building.
Governance and shareholders
E-Comm is managed by a Board of Directors made up of 18 members nominated by the shareholders. Day to day operation is managed by the President & CEO of E-Comm.
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RCMP "E" Division is not a shareholder of E-Comm even though RCMP officers in BC are within the E-Comm radio network."
"Serco Notified of Intent to Award on Virginia Traffic Management Services Contract
RESTON, VIRGINIA – May 8, 2013 – Serco Inc., a provider of professional, technology, and management services, announced today that the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has notified Serco of its intent to award the Company a contract to integrate and operate the state’s five Transportation Operation Centers (TOCs) and manage the Safety Service Patrol. The contract is up for consideration by the Commonwealth Transportation Board, which will make its final decision to award during its meeting in June. The six-year contract has been announced by Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell to be worth $355 million.
The project will operate all five TOCs, including managing the Safety Service Patrol, under one consolidated system instead of separate geographical programs. Some of the services include: monitoring traffic through the use of nearly 900 cameras, 500 electronic message signs and more than 1,000 road sensors; managing incident and emergency response; dispatching Safety Service Patrol and maintenance crews to respond to incidents; providing 511 traveler information; managing HOV/reversible lanes; providing real-time information to emergency responders; serving as emergency operations centers during major events; and, coordinating signal systems.
"Serco recognizes VDOT's mission to provide mission critical services without fail, and we see this as a great opportunity to help advance the commonwealth's traffic management system," said Ed Casey, Serco Inc.'s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "We are very pleased to be selected by VDOT as their transportation technology partner and look forward to the conclusion of the award process."
Serco has provided traffic management services around the world, including active traffic management and intelligent transportation systems in the United Kingdom, and traffic/tunnel controls in Hong Kong. The Company also supports Georgia’s DOT intelligent transportation systems and parking and enforcement solutions throughout the country.
About Serco Inc.: Serco Inc., headquartered in Reston, VA, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Serco Group plc, a $7.5 billion international business that helps transform government and public services around the world. We improve essential services by managing people, processes, technology and assets more effectively. We advice policy makers, design innovative solutions, integrate systems and - most of all - deliver to the public. Our people offer operational, management and consulting expertise in the transportation, BPO, defence, education, environmental services, facilities management, health, home affairs, information and communications technology, knowledge services, local government, science, and commercial sectors. Serco Inc. has approximately 8,500 employees across the United States and five Canadian provinces. More information on Serco Inc. can be found at www.serco-na."
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