Sansani l France in search of most wanted woman
Black Hand* – Crime-scene captains of livery companies with a "License to Kill, Extort and Bribe" namely The City of London's Honourable Artillery Company 1527, Master Mariners and Air Pilots 1929 and the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts 1638.
McConnell believes Marcy, Holder and David Cameron (Treasury 1990-1993) set up Serco as National Visa Center operator in 1994 to build a database of identities who could be fraudulently based by Black Hand captains in No Fly Zones to attack the Five Eyes countries and their allies.
N.B. Al-Qaeda is the name of a "No Fly" database developed at Serco's National Visa Center
McConnell believes that Black Hand captains gave Ms. Boumeddiene the keys to the French National Gendarmerie Cassidian (Airbus-Serco) wireless system so she could communicate with the wife of Cherif Kouachi, one of the gunmen behind the Hebdo killings, and the bitches would give Black Hand paymasters (Marcy and Holder) plausible denial of a role in the Hebdo attack.
McConnell believes that his sister told Holder to go to Paris to cover the trail which links Ms. Boumeddiene to Cassidian and the Serco visa center but stay away from the anti-terrorism rally which drew more than a million people and world leaders including David Cameron on Sunday.
McConnell invites rebuttal of his allegation that his sister Kristine Marcy and Eric Holder developed No Fly Zones for the 9/11 war games and used Cameron-Serco visa frauds to allow Black Hand Bitch Hayat Boumeddiene to coordinate the Hebdo killings and escape to Syria.
Prequel 1: #2231: Marine Links Cameron's Riot Club PFI To Black-Hand Time-Line Hebdo Hack, Serco Cassidian Airbus Track
Prequel 2: #1382 Marine Links al-Qaeda Clocks to Serco Time and His Sister Kristine Marcy's No-Fly E4B
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"US officials nowhere to be seen at Paris rally
By Leonard Greene
January 11, 2015 | 3:59pm An anti-terrorism rally in Paris drew more than a million people and world leaders from Israel to England to Germany on Sunday — but not one major US official.
"Paris is the capital of the world today," French President François Hollande declared as even the Israeli prime minister and Palestinian president joined a chain of leaders linking arms in a historic display of unity at the head of the march.
Meanwhile, President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry were nowhere to be seen.
US Attorney General Eric Holder was scheduled to attend the rally, but even he was a no-show — despite having been in Paris in the morning long enough to tape a slew of TV talk shows.
The US ambassador to France, Jane Hartley, appointed by Obama in June, was the sole official representative for America.”
"She's the most wanted woman in France.
Hayat Boumeddiene is the widow of Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman who held hostages in a Jewish supermarket and was shot dead by police on Friday.
Police say there's a connection between that attack and the killings at the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday.
Here's what we know about Hayat Boumeddiene so far.
Before the shootings
Hayat Boumeddiene is 26.
She wears a full veil, which is banned in public in France, a decision that cost her a job as a cashier, French press reports say.
She grew up in Val-de-Marne, to the south of Paris, and has six sisters and brothers.
Her mother died in 1994 when she was still a young girl and she was put into foster care.
Her father is reported by Le Parisien newspaper to be "in shock" after hearing his daughter is believed to have been involved in the shootings.
Involvement in the shootings On Thursday morning a lone gunman shot dead a policewoman and injured a man in Montrouge, a southern suburb of Paris.
The French authorities said they were looking for two people in connection with the attack: a man called Amedy Coulibaly and a woman - Hayat Boumeddiene.
A few hours later, Coulibaly took several people hostage at a Jewish supermarket in the east of Paris.
He's thought to have killed four hostages before being shot dead by the police.
The police say Hayat Boumeddiene is an "important witness" and warn she is dangerous and "potentially armed".
The Turkish authorities say she arrived in the country before the attacks began, crossing the border into neighbouring Syria on 8 January.
Relationship with the attackers
Boumeddiene met Coulibaly through mutual friends. The pair were reportedly studying Islam at the time.
The two married in an Islamic religious ceremony in 2009 - a partnership which isn't recognised by French law.
Le Parisien has reported he intended to take a second wife.
A series of photographs said to show the pair together in 2010 has been published in French newspaper Le Monde.
In one, she is pictured pointing a crossbow at the camera while wearing a full face veil.
France's chief prosecutor, Francois Molins, says Hayat Boumeddiene exchanged more than 500 phone calls in 2014 with the wife of Cherif Kouachi, one of the gunmen behind the Charlie Hebdo magazine killings.
The Associated Press agency says it has obtained official records showing Hayat Boumeddiene was very close to Islamic radicals known to French internal security services.
It says the records show she was once interrogated by French officials about her reaction to terrorist acts committed by al-Qaeda.
A friend of Boumeddiene told Le Parisien she last saw her about a month ago at a "girls' dinner". She said Boumeddiene gave out gifts she had brought back from a recent pilgrimage to Mecca.
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Charlie Hebdo attack: France tightens net in manhunt
The BBC's Damian Grammaticas: "For a second night, France remained on its highest alert"
Police are searching a rural region of northern France in the hunt for Islamist gunmen who attacked Charlie Hebdo magazine.
The hunt is focused on an area of Picardy where the two fugitives were reportedly last seen on Thursday morning when robbing a petrol station.
New vigils have been held worldwide for the 12 victims of Wednesday's massacre.
Muslim leaders have asked mosques across France to condemn the Islamist attack at Friday prayers.
Eight journalists, two police officers, a caretaker and a visitor died when two masked men armed with assault rifles burst into the Paris offices. Eleven people were wounded, four of them critically.
The attackers, who shouted Islamist slogans, are believed to have been angered by the satirical magazine's irreverent depictions of the Prophet Muhammad.
They are said to have shouted "We are al-Qaeda, Yemen", an apparent reference to the al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula group (AQAP).
In the US, a senior official has told reporters that one of the two brothers alleged to have carried out the attack, Said Kouachi, spent "a few months" training in Yemen with the group.
He is thought to have trained in small arms combat and marksmanship.
Said and his younger brother, convicted terrorist Cherif Kouachi, were on a US no-fly list before the attack, a US counter-terrorism official told the New York Times.
Overnight, helicopters flew over the search area in darkness for several hours in an area between the Aisne and the Oise rivers.
Armed and masked police kept local roads under surveillance. Earlier police commandos from the Raid and GIGN searched properties in the area house by house.
"[The police] think they have a leg-up at night because they have the technological advantage with heat-seeking technology," journalist Guillaume Debre told the BBC's Newsday programme.
There was, he said, a theory that the two suspects had ditched their car and were on foot. "The big fear for the police is that the two suspects would be able to reach the border with Belgium and would escape the country," he told the BBC.”
"A no-fly zone (or no-flight zone) (NFZ) is a territory or an area over which aircraft are not permitted to fly. Such zones are usually set up in a military context, somewhat like a demilitarized zone in the sky, and usually prohibit military aircraft of a belligerent power from operating in the region. Aircraft that break the no-fly zone may be shot down, depending on the terms of the NFZ…..
Main article: Iraqi no-fly zones
In 1991, the United States, United Kingdom, France, Turkey, and other states intervened in Kurdish-Iraqi dispute in northern Iraq by establishing a no-fly zone in which Iraqi aircraft were prevented from flying. The intent of the no-fly zone was to prevent possible bombing and chemical attacks against the Kurdish people by the Iraqi regime. The initial operations were dubbed Operation Provide Comfort and Operation Provide Comfort II and were followed by Operation Northern Watch. While the enforcing powers had cited United Nations Security Council Resolution 688 as authorizing the operations, the resolution contains no explicit authorization. The Secretary-General of the UN at the time the resolution was passed, Boutros Boutros-Ghali called the no-fly zones "illegal" in a February 2003 interview with John Pilger. In southern Iraq, Operation Southern Watch was established in 1992 to protect Iraq's Shia population. It originally extended to the 32nd parallel but was extended to the 33rd parallel in 1996. Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1993–1995
Main article: Operation Deny Flight
In 1992, the United Nations Security Council passed United Nations Security Council Resolution 781, prohibiting unauthorized military flights in Bosnian airspace. This led to Operation Sky Monitor, where NATO monitored violations of the no-fly zone but did not take action against violators of the resolution. In response to 500 documented violations by 1993, including one combat violation, the Security Council passed Resolution 816, which prohibited all unauthorized flights and allowed all UN member states to "take all necessary measures...to ensure compliance with [the no-fly zone restrictions]." This led to Operation Deny Flight. NATO later launched air strikes during Operation Deny Flight and during Operation Deliberate Force.
Lessons from Iraq and Bosnia
A 2004 Stanford University paper published in The Journal of Strategic Studies, "Lessons from Iraq and Bosnia on the Theory and Practice of No-fly Zones," reviewed the effectiveness of the air-based campaigns in achieving military objectives. The paper's findings were: 1) A clear, unified command structure is essential. In Bosnia, during "Operation Deny Flight," a confusing dual-key coordination structure provided inadequate authority and resulted in air forces not being given authority to assist in key situations; 2) To avoid a "perpetual patrol problem," states must know in advance their policy objectives and the exit strategy for no-fly zones; 3) The effectiveness of no-fly zones is highly dependent on regional support. A lack of support from Turkey for the 1996 Iraq no-fly zone ultimately constrained the coalition's ability to effectively enforce it.
Main articles: Libyan no-fly zone, Operation Ellamy, Operation Odyssey Dawn, Opération Harmattan and Operation Mobile In response to violence by the government of Muammar Gaddafi during the 2011 Libyan civil war, the United Nations Security Council approved a no-fly zone on 17 March 2011. The resolution includes provisions for further actions to prevent attacks on civilian targets.NATO seized the opportunity to take the offensive, bombing Libyan government positions during the civil war. The NATO no fly zone was terminated on 27 October after a unanimous vote by the UNSC."
Paradigm – meeting all satellite communications requirements
Paradigm has a contract worth £3.6bn with the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) for the provision of military satellite communications services to 2020. The programme, procured as a Private Finance Initiative (PFI), provides the next generation of UK Milsatcom capability. The Paradigm team includes Airbus Defence and Space, the system designer and provider. For further information visit http://www.paradigmsecure.com
In addition to complete X-band packages, Paradigm is able to offer capacity, coverage augmentation, anchoring and back-haul services, as well as terminal leasing. From the outset, Paradigm planned for the Skynet 5 system to be far more capable and larger than that required to meet the UK MoD requirements. Paradigm is, therefore, able to offer services to other militaries and government organisations and has supplied milsatcom services to NATO, the Netherlands, Portugal, Canada, France, Germany, Australia and the US.
Paradigm's WelComE services enables service personnel to make telephone calls and have access to the Internet from operational theatres worldwide, as part of the MoD funded welfare package. Paradigm has provided over 3 million hours of welfare telephone calls and provides Internet and email services that are free for use to all UK service personnel deployed on operations overseas.
Airbus Defence and Space
A partner in the enterprise, Airbus Defence and Space has delivered integral elements of the new system including design, development and supply or installation of the baseband network and encryption systems. Installed across three UK sites, 38 naval vessels and 45 deployable ground stations, the baseband network that Airbus Defence and Space has developed comprises a number of bespoke solutions, customising off-the-shelf platforms, and incorporating specific developments, such as the Resilient Rate Adaptor (RRA) – that manages and prioritises the flow of communication through the system, and Baseband Element Management Application (BEMA) a configuration fault and performance reporting tool that supports automatic, rapid provision of service/links in response to controller demand. Three new encryption technologies were developed to ensure completely secure and robust communications and Airbus Defence and Space achieved on time delivery as promised three years earlier.
To meet this delivery timescale work started prior to contract award. http://www.eadsdsuk.com
Airbus Defence and Space (DS is a systems solutions provider combining military air systems, missile systems, communications and intelligence systems, global security solutions, sensor and avionics systems, as well as test and support solutions into a single effective network. In 2006, DS – with its around 23,000 employees – achieved revenues of €5.9 billion.
Serco has been an integral part of the Paradigm team for Skynet 5 since the award of the PFI Study Contract in 1999 and is a full member of the Enterprise.
Serco provides spacecraft control, communications network management and facilities management services, including staff deployed in theatre in support of these services. In addition, Serco provides support to Paradigm's welfare communications services, for deployed forces in operational theatres around the world, enabling service men and women to maintain contact with home.
Serco's track record in the provision of such vital services started over 40 years ago when the government entrusted it to maintain the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System at RAF Fylingdales. From this landmark contract, the company has established a strong reputation in the defence and aerospace markets for reliability, innovation and successful long-term working partnerships.
Serco is an international service company, which combines commercial know-how with a deep public service ethos. It improves services by managing people, processes, technology and assets more effectively. Serco's people offer operational, management and consulting expertise in the aerospace, defence, health, home affairs, local government, nuclear, science, technology, transport and commercial sectors. http://www.serco.co.uk"
"Police drops investigation into Serco's prisoner transport ... www.independent.co.uk › News › Business › Business News Dec 19, 2014 - The City of London Police has dropped a year-long investigation into ... said it had “become very clear there has been a culture within parts of Serco that ... last year for ripping off the taxpayer on the electronic-tagging contract, ..."
"The Ministry of Defence is under pressure to rebuff the attempt of one of Britain's biggest companies to take over the £14bn agency that buys the armed forces' missiles and submarines in the wake of the electronic tagging scandal.
Serco, the outsourcing group which runs a host of services for the Government, including immigration and community health centres, is under fire after an audit discovered the taxpayer had been overcharged by £50m for monitoring non-existent electronic tags. They had been assigned to deceased offenders and those who were back in custody.
G4S, the security giant that failed to supply enough guards for the Olympic Games, is also implicated and is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office. Both companies' lucrative public sector contracts are being reviewed by the Cabinet Office.
It has raised questions about Serco's suitability for one major forthcoming contract, the effective privatisation of the Defence Equipment & Support agency. This reform, designed to help the MoD get better value for money when it buys battle gear and satellites, is unparalleled globally and has been heavily criticised."
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