Sunday, December 7, 2014

The Corbett Report (Open Source Intelligence News) - Interview 975 – Field McConnell Introduces Abel Danger

Source: The Corbett Report

Field McConnell of joins the program today to discuss his life, background and investigation into the Octopus that connects Serco, the Senior Executive Service, Barry Soetoro, 9/11, MH370, MH17, the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot and much, much (much) more.

SHOW NOTES: As mentioned in the interview, Corbett Report members are encouraged to compile show notes for this interview in the comments section below. Please post any links to any information that corroborates any of the information presented in this interview.


  1. You have so much information you need at least a 3 hour interview once a week for 10 years to get it all on the table. I hope he has you back. It would be hard for people new to your work to follow this.

    1. Corbett figured it out quite quickly, McConnell's info is dated and confusing . A second interview is as likely as pigs flying

    2. Dated?

      James didn't even know what SERCO was.

      Piss off...

  2. Can't post on Corbett so re: SERCO

    This chart shows how much SERCO receives from the taxpayer:{%22search_term%22:%22SERCO%22,%22spending_cat%22:null,%22dept%22:null,%22extent_competed%22:null,%22recipient_duns%22:null,%22psc_code%22:null,%22naics_code%22:null,%22fyear%22:null}

    Total Dollars:

    Top 5 Prime Award Recipient Locations (States)
    1. Virginia $2,749,775,513
    2. Colorado $871,431,605
    3. New Jersey $315,064,972
    4. Unknown $18,120,340
    5. Unknown $3,670,718

    Top 5 Prime Award Major Agencies
    1. Department of Defense $3,027,639,638
    2. Department of Health and Human Services $492,553,143
    3. Department of State $176,198,309
    4. Department of Transportation $176,025,724
    5. Office of Personnel Management $40,439,461

    Top 5 Prime Award Sub Agencies
    1. Department of the Navy $1,216,522,255
    2. Department of the Air Force $979,040,305
    3. Department of the Army $836,543,191
    4. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services $440,151,746
    5. Department of State $176,198,309

  3. SERCO could be the closest thing we have to a one-world entity that runs governments. In the United States, just about the entire government has been outsourced to SERCO.

    Lists of SERCO U.S.A. Clients:

    Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
    U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS)
    Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
    Department of State (DOS)
    Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
    Department of Labor (DOL)
    US Coast Guard (USCG)
    OTHERS: North American Aerospace Defense Command Headquarters (NORAD HQ), Department of Agriculture, Department of Transportation, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Air Force, Department of Commerce, Department of Energy, Department of Health & Human Services, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Department of Interior, Department of Justice, Department of Transportation, Department of Treasury, Department of Veterans Affairs, General Services Administration, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Central Intelligence Agency, Congressional Commission on China, Congressional Research Service, Director of National Intelligence, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, Federal Trade Commission, Department of Energy, Government Accountability Office, Government Printing Office, International Trade Commission, Library of Congress, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, Smithsonian Institution, U.S. Postal Service, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Social Security Administration

  4. abel danger SERCO search results:

  5. The controversies led to the departure of Serco’s chief executive Chris Hyman, who was replaced by Soames, who joined from power company Aggreko. Major contracts to run the Docklands Light Railway and Westminster City Council have already been lost.
    But there are also fears that it could lose its £275million annual contract for operating Australia’s immigration detention centres. It recently lost the contract to provide support for Australia’s defence forces after 15 years.
    Soames has warned that Serco is likely to lose millions on some contracts – including those related to asylum seekers and healthcare

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  7. I did a serco search in the federal register. not sure if researchers can use this data but here's a link


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