Wednesday, January 28, 2015

#2250: Marine Links Serco Super-Bowl Drones To Black-Hand Ammo Pyle, Airbus CSI Morgues

Plum City - ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's Super Bowl drone operators to Black-Hand* ammo apparently used to incinerate the late ScienceLogic COO Don Pyle in his Annapolis mansion and the Airbus (Cassidian) use of 9-1-1 networks to disrupt crime scene investigations with phony morgue (DMORT) teams.

Black Hand* – Livery company captains or journeymen with "Privy Seal Licenses to Kill, Burn and Bribe" for the City of London's Honourable Artillery Company 1537, The Master Mariners and Air Pilots 1929 and The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts 1638 – whose alumni include U.S. Presidents James Monroe, Chester Alan Arthur, Calvin Coolidge John F. Kennedy and whose incumbent may well prove to be Barack Hussein Obama.

McConnell alleges that in 1962, the late pedophile Lord Privy Seal and commander of the Honourable Artillery Company, Lt. Col. Edward Heath, outsourced the U.K.'s four-minute warning system, the NPL cesium clock and Telstar communications to Serco's Black Hand journeymen who were then able synchronize hit-and-burn operations in the United Kingdom and the United States to within 1 μs of each other (previous efforts were only accurate to 2,000 μs).

McConnell claims that Serco CEO Rupert Soames, the former CEO of temporary power provider Aggreko, ran surveillance on Super Bowl XLVII and imputed a third-quarter partial power outage of 34 minutes (earning the game the nickname Blackout Bowl) in a spot-fixing fraud.

McConnell claims that Soames used Airbus activation networks to detonate Black Hand ammo during the London Underground bombing on 7/7/2005 and used Aggreko to supply power to the Honourable Artillery Company's temporary-morgue staff who he had allegedly tasked with disrupting 7/7 crime-scene investigators by destroying evidence of military-grade explosives.

McConnell invites rebuttal of his allegation that Serco ran surveillance drones for the Black-Hand journeymen who incinerated the late Don Pyle in his Annapolis mansion and who are now activating morgue (DMORT) teams on the Airbus Cassidian 9-1-1 networks to prepare for the disruption of crime scene investigation into a drone-directed bombing of Super Bowl XLIX.

Prequel 1: #2249: Marine Links Airbus-Activated DMORT Crimes To Serco Black-Hand Threats Of Super-Bowl Bomb

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Cassidian Tactical Radar Ground Surveillance 


6 missing after fire guts Annapolis mansion 

Resilience morgue in Honourable Artillery Company grounds where evidence of Black Hand ammo in 7/7 bombs was destroyed 

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"Off-duty drunk federal employee flew drone over White House - report 
Published time: January 28, 2015 04:19 
An off-duty Department of Defense employee trying out his friend's drone from an apartment is responsible for flying the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) over White House grounds, The New York Times reported.

While the drone was airborne, the US government worker – who had reportedly been drinking – lost control of it. He texted his friends, telling them he thought the drone might have crashed onto the White House grounds, and fell asleep. He woke up the next day to find out that his fear had turned out to be reality.

The man, who has not been identified, has been cooperating with the investigation and has not been charged with a crime, the Times reported. Flying a drone is illegal in Washington, DC, due to the sensitive nature of the airspace.

READ MORE: 'Small drone' found on White House grounds, Secret Service looking for suspects 

A spokesman for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) confirmed to the newspaper on Tuesday that the Secret Service had questioned a government employee the day before in connection with the drone episode.

"The employee self-reported the incident Monday," said the spokesman, Don Kerr. "The employee was off duty and is not involved in work related to drones or unmanned aerial vehicles in any capacity at NGA."

Secret Service investigators were trying to verify the employee's account of the situation as of Tuesday. They were also examining his text messages and phone records, as well as analyzing video footage from cameras around the apartment where the man said he had operated the drone.

What the incident has revealed, however, is that despite the White House having a radar system to detect flying objects, it missed the drone. This is causing authorities to worry about security risks posed by unmanned aerial vehicles.

The small drone, a DHI Phantom, was detected when a Secret Service agent was patrolling the grounds on Monday morning and saw the drone flying at a low altitude. It crashed onto the lawn where it was recovered by agents.

The drone incident is the latest to raise questions about the security of the White House. It occurred four months after a man with a knife climbed over the White House fence and made it deep inside the building before officers tackled him. In 2011, a gunman three-quarters of a mile away from the White House fired shots that hit the building while one of President Barack Obama’s daughters was home.

READ MORE: Secret Service removes 4 senior officials, is 'starved for leadership'

The Secret Service's director, Julia Pierson, resigned in October after a number of security lapses. A critical report released in December found the agency is stretched beyond its limits, is too insular, and is "starved for leadership." Five agency managers were removed from their positions in January as a result.

In India on Tuesday, President Obama said the United States needs to regulate the drone industry.

"The drone that landed in the White House you buy in Radio Shack," Obama told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria.

"You know that there are companies like Amazon that are talking about using small drones to deliver packages...There are incredibly useful functions that these drones can play in terms of farmers who are managing crops and conservationists who want to take stock of wildlife. But we don't really have any kind of regulatory structure at all for it."

"Legal Workshop on Drone Related Issues Landing in Singapore

The Aerospace and Defense Committee of The American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore are hosting an event on 29 January 2015 on civilian drones (also known as Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems or Unmanned Aircraft Systems).

Bird & Bird's Simon Phippard and Gabriel Voisin will be leading the session, Civilian Drones – Trends, Regulations and the Future. The session will address:

What are RPAS all about, including civil and military applications, size of the market, and current trends?

What is different about RPAS and what challenges do they present for the industry?

What is the state of technical regulation and access to markets?

How do countries like the UK regulate current activity and what are the limitations?

What are the societal issues: third party liability and insurance; privacy and data protection

Where might we be in five years' time?

About Simon Phippard His practice has concentrated on the global aerospace industry for over twenty years. He has advised on contentious and non-contentious insurance and regulatory issues for airlines, airports, ATC operators, general aviation businesses, products manufacturers and aircraft and engine MROs.

In addition to his law degree, he holds a Certificate in Air and Space Law from University College London. He is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society and a Freeman of the [Black Hand] Honourable Company of Air Pilots."

"Working on a long-term [C4I2SR drone] engagement for the Air Force Space Command (AFSPC), Serco needed a third-party solution for administration and security for their classified and non-classified SharePoint environments. With a command of 40,000 users and a SharePoint installation that included one farm with five frontend servers, Serco required a tool to help them support everything from the Help Desk to SharePoint developers and site collection administrators”

"'Suspicious' fire engulfs mansion, 6 missing 01:52
Technology executive Don Pyle owned the house
The fire destroyed the 16,000-square-foot mansion, a fire official said 
(CNN)A technology executive and five other people are feared dead after a suspicious fire destroyed a mansion in Annapolis, Maryland.

The house belonged to technology executive Don Pyle, the chief operating officer for ScienceLogic, company spokesman Antonio Piraino said.

Pyle had not been heard from on Monday, and his colleagues at ScienceLogic were "hoping for a miracle," CNN affiliate WJLA reported.

Pyle was believed to have been at home with his wife and four grandchildren.

When the first firefighters arrived on the scene, they received conflicting reports about whether the family may have been out of town. But after interviews with relatives, "it has been determined that six members of the family are not accounted for," the Anne Arundel County Fire Department said.

Fire officials said they were alerted about 3:30 a.m. Monday to the fire in the 16,000-square-foot house. About 80 firefighters responded.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is assisting the local fire department, and an ATF national response team is being assembled because the fire was deemed suspicious, a law enforcement official said.

The burned-out home is being treated as a crime scene until investigators figure out the cause, the official said.

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department said fire crews had difficulty knocking down the blaze because the house is secluded, apparently with no fire hydrants on the scene.

Photos the fire department posted on Twitter showed hoses stretched for long distances. Davies said it took several hours for fire department tanker trucks and a fire boat on an adjacent creek to bring the fire under control, he said.

ATF Special Agent Dave Cheplak said no one has searched for possible victims yet because of the size and heat of the fire.

CNN's Shimon Prokupecz and Lindy Royce contributed to this report.”

"It is quite startling to realise that a special room had been set up to receive the dead of the July 7th bombings in a temporary morgue built on army land, the contract for which (see [1] below) arrived on the contractor’s desk on July 6th, the day before the massacres.

All the bodies of the dead were taken and placed in cold-storage there.

Not until the Inquest, five years later, did startled lawyers acting on behalf of the victim-families get to hear, that NO POST MORTEMS had been performed on the dead.

Let us repeat this astonishing statement, the better to realise our own astounded bafflement:


Let's listen to the bewildered comment from pathologist Dr. Awani Choudhary, one of the first doctors on the scene from the BMA at Tavistock Square, who testified to the Inquest about his attempts to save the life of Gladys Wundowa:

'I have not seen the post-mortem report, but I thought that she was bleeding from somewhere … So if the post-mortem says that she was not bleeding from anywhere, just had a spinal injury, I will be surprised…

Q. Since you ask about the post-mortem, can I simply inform you that, as with all the other casualties of the day, no internal post-mortem was conducted into Gladys Wundowa, so unfortunately, much as we would like the answers to the questions that you’ve asked, they don't –

A. I… I’m absolutely sure that she had had internal injury as well as a spinal injury, and I’m absolutely surprised that a post-mortem has not been done through and through.

Q. Well, Mr Choudhary, that isn’t a matter to concern you.

A. Sorry.

Q. … we don’t need to concern ourselves about that matter. (Jan 20 am, 63:22- 65:6)




[1] Military site for the Bodies It is also quite startling to realise that a special room had been set up to receive the dead – starting work on July 6th, the day before the 7/7 massacres.

Here is a statement about what happened on that day, and where the bodies went:

Based in Northamptonshire in the UK, the company [De Boer] had already completed several contracts for the Metropolitan Police …The De Boer team spent months visiting permanent mortuaries and attending meetings with London Resilience to suggest a suitable structure and interior design… Six months later on July 6, 2005, a document arrived at De Boer’s UK headquarters finalising what had been agreed for a future crisis response. Within 24 hours the plan was being realised .and implemented with the creation of a temporary mortuary in the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company near Moorgate Underground Station in central London.’ (source, 'London's Response to 7/7' David Donegan Office of the Strategic Health Authorities at NHS, in no longer online, held in J7 archives: and quoted here)

Good timing or what? Thus an 'emergency mortuary' was established on a Military site in the City of London – its contract for the work received on the day before the catastrophe [Power provided by Aggreko's then CEO Rupert Soames who is now Serco CEO] . Not only did this military site receive all of the bodies (and it claimed to start receiving them on the morning of 8th July), but it set up ancillary sites adjacent to the four blast sites on the morning of July 7th: 'Outside of the mortuary De Boer also provided structures and furniture at each of the Underground Stations affected, and refrigeration facilities at the site of the bus bombing.'

The De Boer company managed it so well that, in recognition, its project manager was invited to meet Tony Blair at Downing Street. It was felt that, at such very short notice – after all, they only got the job on July 6th – they had done a fine job. Concerning the swift freezing of the bus bomb victim bodies: while researching 'Terror On The Tube' . I could only see two or three corpses lying around in all of the photographs of that bus wreck, so I guess the De Boer team must have removed them swiftly.

We are also reminded of the big FEMA vans that arrived to clear up the damage in New York at Ground Zero on 9/11 (Federal Emergency Management Agency): they were proud of how quickly they arrived, in fact they arrived (by a similar sinister precognition) on Monday evening, the day before the very surprising 9/11 event. [Courtesy of Airbus 9-1-1 activation network]"

"What You Should Know About Creating Seamless Regional Public Safety Communications Networks
Author: Karen Fink, Airbus DS Communications
Copyright: 9-1-1 Magazine, Feature Content, 
Date: 2014-09-12
Florida is the third most populous state in the U.S. with over 19 million residents, and is projected to continue growing - and aging - at a steady rate over the next decade providing public safety officials the mandatory task of not only managing growth, but being concerned about functionality and efficiency of their emergency communication networks. Events such as the terrorist attacks on 9/11, Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, Sandy Hook school shooting and Boston Marathon bombing have highlighted the need for interoperable mission critical public safety communication across agencies, jurisdictions, and borders.

At a recent symposium on public safety communication hosted by Airbus DS Communications in Tampa, public safety and emergency management officials gathered to learn more about new technologies available to enable them to create interoperable communications networks. New technologies such as Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1), Project 25 (P25), and Long Term Evolution (LTE) can connect municipalities, enable interoperable communications between agencies, and improve operations while reducing overall costs to the community. Among the symposium's key takeaways and what you need to know about implementing improved communication systems:

Component interoperability is both a key to lowering total cost of ownership and enabling inter-agency/inter-jurisdiction public safety communications. Chances are good that different municipalities and even public safety agencies (like police, fire, EMS) within the same municipality use different equipment that may or may not talk to one another, making inter-agency communication difficult if not impossible. That's why it is critical to find vendors committed to providing open, non-proprietary systems that will work with other vendors' components, as long as they are compliant with the same standard.

One of the four requirements of NG9-1-1 is to integrate and interoperate with public safety entities beyond the PSAP. Other PSAPs, EOCs, DHS, and emergency management entities will be able to interconnect to the NG9-1-1 network and system, as well as acquire and pass data between all entities.

Across the U.S. more and more public safety agencies are beginning to regionalize by uniting across their geographical boundaries to share resources and become more efficient. Regionalization, including 9-1-1 call taking and P25 land mobile radio services, also helps them keep pace with the latest technologies needed to protect and serve.

Today, we are seeing more systems evolving from a standalone silo to a regional one. A recent regionalization success story that would be a perfect model for Florida's exploding communities looking to build a regional public safety network is the Northern Tier Regional Communications Project — a group of ten counties in Pennsylvania including Clearfield, Jefferson, Elk, Cameron, McKean, Clarion, Warren, Crawford, Forest and Erie. The Northern Tier counties set out to replace their aging 9-1-1 systems in 2011 with the state’s first regional public safety network, which went live in 2013. By forming the regional network, the counties saved $2.3 million upfront and more than $250,000 in annual maintenance costs.

What are the first steps to look at for counties that may want to regionalize? First, create a bond with the people with whom you work every day. Building trust is crucial in creating a regionalized system where you share control with others.

Step two is having political buy-in. Meet with each 9-1-1 director and county commissioner and explain in detail how the system will work. Once you get political buy-in, you have a project that can move forward.

Finally, it is very important to keep everyone, including elected officials and the media, apprised of what you are doing. Emergency responders and of course, residents, want to know there is still going to be someone there to personally answer the phone.

"Many counties all over Florida and the country are realizing there is a finite amount of money for emergency 9-1-1 centers," explained Bob Freinberg, CEO of Airbus DS Communications. “Through regionalization, counties can fund what they need with a significant cost saving. Plus, they find that by working together they not only increase the services they can provide their citizens but the survivability of their centers as well.” Karen Fink is a Regional Sales Manager with Airbus DS Communications. Karen oversees the southeast region of the US. She has been with Airbus DS Communications (formerly Cassidian Communications) for five years and has worked in the public safety industry – including 911 communications – for 15 years." 

"•Pre 1980 – Commercial aircraft accidents major source of mass fatality events source of mass fatality events in US. 
•Commercial airlines develop a relationship with Funeral Directors •National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) respond ASPR: Resilient People. Healthy Communities. A Nation Prepared. Association (NFDA) respond with initial development of DMORTs 
•Early 1990s DMORT become part of NDMS"

"Super Bowl XLVII was an American football game between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion Baltimore Ravens and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion San Francisco 49ers to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 2012 season. The Ravens defeated the 49ers by the score of 34–31, handing the 49ers their first Super Bowl loss in franchise history. The game was played on February 3, 2013 at Mercedes-Benz Superdomein New Orleans, Louisiana.[7][8] This was the tenth Super Bowl to be played in New Orleans, equaling Miami's record of ten in an individual city.[9] …

Baltimore built a 28–6 lead early in the third quarter before a partial power outage in the Superdome suspended play for 34 minutes (earning the game the nickname Blackout Bowl).[11][12] After play resumed, San Francisco scored 17 unanswered third-quarter points to cut the Ravens' lead, 28–23, and continued to chip away in the fourth quarter. With the Ravens leading late in the game, 34–29, the 49ers advanced to the Baltimore 7-yard line just before the two-minute warning but turned the ball over on downs. The Ravens then took an intentional safety in the waning moments of the game to preserve the victory. Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco, who completed 22 of 33 passes for 287 yards and three touchdowns, was named Super Bowl MVP. Flacco became the 4th quarterback in a row to receive MVP after Drew Brees at Super Bowl XLIV, Aaron Rodgers at Super Bowl XLV, and Eli Manning at Super Bowl XLVI.[13][14]

CBS broadcast the game in the U.S., and charged an average of $4 million for a 30-second commercial during the game, the highest rate for any Super Bowl.[15]According to Nielsen, Super Bowl XLVII was viewed by an estimated average of 108.69 million people in the United States, with a record 164.1 million tuning into at least six minutes of the game.[16] Beyoncé performed in the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show, which featured a reunion with her fellow members from Destiny's Child, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams."

"APPENDIX XIV: ACTIVATION OF FEDERAL ASSETS Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT) The Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT) is a federally funded team of forensic and mortuary personnel experienced in disaster victim identification and search and recovery. DMORT provides a mobile morgue, victim identification and tracking software, and specific personnel to augment local resources. DMORT is part of the National Disaster Medical System, a section of the U.S. Department of Health and Human (HHS), Office of Preparedness and Emergency Operations (OPEO). DMORT can be activated by one of four methods. 1. Federal Disaster Declaration: The National Response Framework dictates how Federal agencies respond following a disaster. A request for DMORT assistance must be made by a local official through the State Office of Emergency Services, which will then contact the Region IV office of FEMA. Based on the severity of the disaster, FEMA can ask for a Presidential disaster declaration, allowing the DMORT team to be activated. This process can take from 24 to 48 hours. 2. Aviation Disaster Family Assistance Act: Under this Federal Act, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) can ask for DMORT’s assistance. The act covers most passenger aircraft accidents in the United States and U.S. territories. NTSB coordinates with the local Coroner authority to assess local resources and capabilities and can activate DMORT on the request of the local Coroner/M.E. 3. Public Health Act: Under this Act, the U.S. Public Health Service can provide support to a State or locality that cannot provide the necessary response. However, the State or locality must pay for DMORT’s services, including salary, expenses, and other costs. 4. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Federal Agency: A Federal agency may request that DMORT provide disaster victim identification. Under this mechanism, the requesting agency must pay the cost of the DMORT deployment. As an example, following the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 in Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001, DMORT was activated under an MOU with the FBI.

DOD Mortuary Affairs Assistance DOD Mortuary Affairs Units can provide the following support to domestic catastrophic incident response and recovery operations, when authorized by the Secretary of Defense: · Search for remains. Set up appropriate search methodology and prepare the necessary documentation for later research or use. · Recover remains. Use any means available to recover all remains and portions of remains. · Provide tentative remains identification assistance to the local Coroner or Coroner. (Note: The local Coroner is the office that provides positive identification of remains. DOD can only assist in this process.). · Set up a Personal Effects (PE) depot. A PE depot is structured into four main sections: Receiving, Administration, Processing, and Shipping. The primary functions for these sections are as follows: o Receiving Section: receive, account for, and store all PE. o Administrative Section: prepare and maintain all required reports and case files and provide administrative assistance to the civilian mortuary affairs community. o Processing Section: Screen, clean, inventory, and package PE. o Shipping Section: Initiate required shipping documents, coordinate for transportation, and prepare packages for shipment."

"[Airbus] Cassidian Communications, an EADS North America company, today announced the successful use of its emergency notification technology, specifically The Communicator!® NXT™ emergency notification system, during the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Level Exercise (NLE) the week of May 16-20. This high-level event, conducted in accordance with the National Exercise Program (NEP) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) guidelines, simulated a catastrophic earthquake along the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ), validating the independent and collaborative emergency response capabilities of four FEMA regions; federal, state and local governments; and other participants.

As indicated on FEMA’s website,, the NLE is a White House-directed, Congressionally-mandated exercise that offers agencies and jurisdictions a way to test their plans and skills in a real-time, realistic environment and to gain the in-depth knowledge that only experience can provide. The exercise encompasses all areas of disaster preparation and response including critical resource logistics and distribution; emergency operations center (EOC) management; public information and warning; long term recovery and communications."…

The Communicator! NXT system is also used by hundreds of public and private sector organizations globally, including US military operations. The industry-renowned application is proven to support simple to highly complex communications, meet even the most stringent IT/security requirements and provide comprehensive reporting for greater accountability and a full audit trail. Notable uses include 9/11, numerous Atlantic hurricane seasons and California wildfires, the H1N1 pandemic and most recently, the Joplin, Mo. tornado.

"Cassidian Communications is honored to support FEMA and other mission critical organizations worldwide in meeting their crisis communications objectives," concluded Freinberg.

Cassidian Communications continues to serve clients ranging from public safety operations to Fortune 1000 corporations to federal agencies. Collectively, the company has more than 40 years of experience deploying 9-1-1 call processing solutions, notification solutions and first-responder digital trunked radio networks.

About Cassidian Communications ( As the largest and most trusted source of mission critical communications solutions, Cassidian Communications, an EADS North America company, is leading the way in standards-based NG9-1-1 call center applications, notification solutions and services and P25 land mobile radio systems. Headquartered in Temecula, California. 

About EADS North America ( EADS North America is the North American operation of EADS, a global leader in aerospace, defense and related services. As a leader in all sectors of defense and homeland security, EADS North America and its parent company, EADS, contribute over $11 billion to the U.S. economy annually and support more than 200,000 American jobs through its network of suppliers and services. Operating in 17 states, EADS North America offers a broad array of advanced solutions to its customers in the commercial, homeland security, aerospace and defense markets."

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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