Wednesday, June 24, 2015

#2385: Marine Brief – White's Club Pinkerton Crisis Scripts – Serco 8(a) Suboxone Patent – Clinton SC Shooter's Panic

From United States Marine Field McConnell 
Plum City Online - (AbelDanger.net)
June 24, 2015

1. White's Club in London and the Pinkerton Detective agency in Chicago have allegedly been writing scripts for crisis actors since before Kate Warne smuggled Abraham Lincoln into Washington in 1861 and Rose O'Neal Greenhow seduced Granville George Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville, in 1864, the year before Lincoln was shot in the Ford Theater.

2. Serco and its 8(a) companies are operating the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office under Crown Rights rules where, in the case of Suboxone, they have allegedly attributed the script of the 'Dylann Roof manifesto' to a man hooked on the mind altering drug manufactured under a patent owned by U.K.-based Reckitt Benckiser.

3. Agents for White's Club alumnus David Cameron and former Rose Law patent lawyer Hillary Clinton (Pinkerton recruit in Chicago in 1965?), allegedly used the U.K.-patented drug Suboxone and crisis actors to trigger the panic associated with the news story where a white "gunman added nine victims at The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church to the ever-lengthening list of America's racial casualties, and ripped out part of South Carolina's civic heart."

Readers are invited to browse Abel Danger's website where United States Marine Field McConnell has proof by contradiction – no rebuttal of action for libel – of a conspiracy between alleged White's Club, Pinkerton agents and Serco 8(a) companies to develop scripts where crisis actors, hooked on patented mind-altering drugs, commit racist or sexist crimes to panic "We, the People" and advance the election prospects of the likes of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.


Now where did I leave those scripts? What difference does it make?


Prequel 1: #2384: Marine Brief – Clinton Obama Pinkerton Files – Serco 8(a) Jade Helm Ammo – White's Club Confederate Flag

"WND CRIME WAS CHARLESTON SHOOTER ON POWERFUL MIND-ALTERING DRUG? 
Cop who apprehended him in February found disturbing evidence 
Published: 6 days ago LEO HOHMANN 
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While the Justice Department immediately confirmed it is investigating the Charleston church shooting as a "hate" crime and President Obama chose to focus on the need for more gun control, a less-publicized aspect of the Charleston church-shooting story is the role of a powerful drug that the 21-year-old suspect was known to be using.

The picture beginning to emerge about the shooter, Dylann Roof, is one of a young man who was into long-term and hard-core drug abuse. He was apprehended at a mall in February by a police officer who made a startling discovery.

Roof had been using a powerful narcotic, Suboxone, which is prescribed to treat pain and opiate addictions including heroin. This drug is also sold illegally on the street and police say this is how Roof came into its possession.

According to a CBS News report, Roof went into a Bath and Body Works store on Feb. 28 wearing all black. He asked "out of the ordinary questions," including how many associates were working, when they closed and what time they leave. Mall employees complained and when an officer approached him Roof said his parents were pressuring him to "get a job."

The officer searched Roof and found "orange strips" that Roof said were "Suboxone," a Schedule III narcotic. Police arrested Roof and had his 2000 Hyundai Elantra towed.

The media frenzy surrounding the shooting is focusing on Roof’s alleged hatred for black people.

His Facebook page would indicate that may indeed be the case. He had posted a photograph of himself staring blankly at the camera with a swamp in the background. On his jacket are two flags: one flown in South Africa during apartheid, and one from Rhodesia, an area of Africa now known as Zimbabwe.

His victims Wednesday night included a coach, a librarian and a young pastor.

Many people are racist, but why do some kill while others don't?

Could something have pushed him over the edge?

John Mullins, who went to high school with Roof, told The Daily Beast that he remembers him as being "kind of wild" and a "pill popper."

"He used drugs heavily a lot," Mullins said. "It was obviously harder than marijuana. He was like a pill popper, from what I understood. Like Xanax, and stuff like that."

Suboxone is even more hardcore than Xanax. According to Drugs.com, Suboxone is prescribed for treatment of patients addicted to methadone, heroin, morphine or other opioid drugs. "[It] should be used as part of a complete treatment plan to include counseling and psychosocial support,” according to the site.

Mental Health Daily lists the adverse reactions associated with Suboxone as extreme depression and dysphoria, depersonalization, confusion and anxiety, irritability, mood swings and "fear of going crazy." These adverse effects can be most acute during the patient's withdrawal period.

If Roof was using the drug without the supervision of a doctor, he could have also been mixing it with alcohol. That increases the negative side effects, several medical websites warn.

"You may not feel like yourself during the withdrawal, which may cause you to freak out," warns Medical Health Daily. “If you are feeling as though you have become a totally different person … And chemically, you have become a different person – your endorphin and neurotransmitters are different than they were when you started. It will take a while to feel like your 'old self' again."

One patient named James posted his experience with Suboxone on Mental Health Daily:

"Man this is the toughest thing to go threw [sic] period. I’m about 3 weeks into it and I feel like hurting myself. I have been threw [sic] a lot of stuff in my life but this takes the cake," he commented.

Another, Lana, posted, "I'm going insane!!" She added, “Suboxone increased my depression, I lack motivation, I was nauseous nonstop, I gained weight. … I lost all motivation and love for life."

Kris posted, "My doc won't refill my prescription. So I am sitting here, restless, irritable, mood swings, feeling like I am going to f*****g snap!!!"

Others said Suboxone was proving more addictive and difficult to shake than the original opioid drug on which they became dependent.

As WND Managing Editor David Kupelian documents in his book, "How Evil Works," it is "simply indisputable that most perpetrators of school shootings and similar mass murders in our modern era were either on – or just recently coming off of – psychiatric medications."

From Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary, to Columbine mass killer Eric Harris, all had been taking some form of mind-altering drugs.

Drugs to treat mental health are a multi-billion dollar business in the U.S.

"Suboxone is manufactured by the pharmaceutical unit of U.K.-based Reckitt Benckiser. 
Analysts have advocated ditching the pharmaceutical unit, which gets almost all of its revenue from Suboxone, Bloomberg reported last year. The business once accounted for a fifth of Reckitt Benckiser's profit, "yet sales and profit margins have ebbed as Suboxone faces a growing roster of competitors eager to reach the estimated 48 million Americans who are chronic opioid users," according to Bloomberg. Read more at: Was Charleston shooter on powerful mind-altering drug?"

"Reckitt Benckiser Buys Back Remaining Rights to Suboxone & Subutex Reckitt Benckiser Group plc (RB) today announces that it is buying back the sales and marketing rights to the buprenorphine-containing products Suboxone®, Subutex® and Temgesic®* from Merck & Co., Inc.** for approximately £100 million. The rights apply to a number of countries in Europe and the rest of the world, and were due to revert to RB mid-2012. With this acquisition the majority will now revert two years earlier, starting 1 July 2010. The incremental net revenue to RB associated with these rights would have been approximately £80 million for full year 2009, if RB had owned them.

RB currently has management control of the sales and marketing of these products in only two sizeable markets, namely the US and Australia. With this purchase, RB will have a wholly-owned international franchise for Suboxone and Subutex.

RB and Merck's MSD will work closely to ensure a smooth transition in the best interests of patients and healthcare professionals. RB aims to retain as many as possible of the dedicated commercial staff involved in the business, in conformity with applicable local laws. The company will also be investing in additional sales and marketing capability.

Given the current scale of the business outside of the US and the investment needed, the impact of this transaction on RB's financial results in 2010 will be limited."

"MailOnline [Hitler's Rothemere Rag] .. Hillary Clinton camp won't say if Confederate flag button was official part of '92 presidential campaign 
Pin badges featuring distinctive Confederate symbol being sold on Ebay
Clinton team have so-far refused to comment on whether it was endorsed
Follows calls to scrap 'symbol of hate' from Capitol building By KATE PICKLES and EVAN BLEIER FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 10:29 GMT, 23 June 2015 | UPDATED: 13:50 GMT, 23 June 2015 
Hillary Clinton is refusing to say whether a Clinton-Gore pin featuring a Confederate flag was part of her husband's official campaign merchandise.

Examples of the distinctive red and blue badge, from the 1992 election, are now being sold on Ebay.

It comes as politicians, including President Obama, called for the Confederate battle flag to be taken down in the state capitol, a week after a white gunman allegedly shot dead nine black worshipers at a church in South Carolina."

"Leader of group cited in 'Dylann Roof manifesto' donated to top Republicans 
Council of Conservative Citizens cited on site linked to Charleston suspect
Ted Cruz campaign tells Guardian it will ‘be making a full refund'
FEC shows Earl Holt gave to 2016 hopefuls Santorum, Paul and others Monday 22 June 2015 21.53 BSTLast modified on Tuesday 23 June 201516.17 BST The leader of a rightwing group that Dylann Roof allegedly credits with helping to radicalise him against black people before the Charleston church massacre has donated tens of thousands of dollars to Republicans such as presidential candidates Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Rick Santorum.

Earl Holt has given $65,000 to Republican campaign funds in recent years while inflammatory remarks – including that black people were "the laziest, stupidest and most criminally-inclined race in the history of the world" – were posted online in his name.

After being approached by the Guardian on Sunday, Cruz's presidential campaign said it would be returning all money the senator had received from Holt.

Holt, 62, is the president of the Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC), a Missouri-based activist organisation cited by the author of a manifesto-style text that was posted on a website registered in Roof's name along with photographs of the gunman. The FBI said on Saturday it was investigating the website.

The manifesto's author, who has been widely reported but not verified as Roof, recounted learning about “brutal black on white murders" from the CofCC website.

"At this moment I realised that something was very wrong," the manifesto said.

Roof, 21, is charged with the murders of nine black people at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, last Wednesday. He is accused of joining a bible study group before opening fire and fleeing."

"White gunman caught in killing of 9 in historic black church 
By ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED: 23:57 GMT, 18 June 2015 | UPDATED: 00:01 GMT, 19 June 2015 CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — It was an act of "pure, pure concentrated evil," Charleston's mayor said — a black community's leading lights extinguished by gunfire, allegedly at the hands of a young white man who sat among them through an hour of prayer.

In one blow, the gunman added nine victims at The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church to the ever-lengthening list of America's racial casualties, and ripped out part of South Carolina's civic heart.

They included a state senator who doubled as the church's minister, three other pastors, a regional library manager, a high school coach and speech therapist, a government administrator, a college enrollment counselor and a recent college graduate — six women and three men who felt called to open their church to all.

Police arrested Dylann Storm Roof, a 21-year-old who had complained that "blacks were taking over the world" and that "someone needed to do something about it for the white race," according to a friend who alerted the FBI.

Roof waived extradition and was put on a plane from North Carolina Thursday afternoon, authorities said.

President Barack Obama called the tragedy yet another example of damage wreaked on America by guns. NAACP President and CEO Cornell William Brooks said "there is no greater coward than a criminal who enters a house of God and slaughters innocent people." Others bemoaned the loss to a church that has served as a bastion of black power for 200 years, despite efforts by white supremacists to wipe it out.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/ap/article-3129212/9-fatally-shot-historic-black-church-Charleston-SC.html#ixzz3dzfA9iqz Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook”

"USPTO to review delivery patent in spat between Suboxone and BDSI's Bunavail 
October 8, 2014 | By Varun Saxena 
MonoSol Rx announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will decide by August 2015 whether BioDelivery Sciences International's ($BDSI) BEMA drug delivery technology infringes on a patent protecting its Suboxone sublingual film.

By granting MonoSol's petition for inter partes review, the USPTO has agreed to intervene in the patent dispute because it believes "that there is a reasonable likelihood that the petitioner would prevail with respect to at least one claim challenged," as stated on the agency's website.

MonoSol claims BDSI's film-based product Bunavail violates its '167 patent entitled "Uniform Films for Rapid-dissolve Dosage Form Incorporating Anti-tacking Compositions." MonoSol claims Bunavail has the same active ingredients, according to a lawsuit filed in September. Both products have been approved by the FDA for the treatment of opioid dependence.

The main difference between the two products is that the sublingual film strip Suboxone is delivered under the tongue, while Bunavail uses buccal delivery, meaning it enters the body from the inside of the cheek.

Bunavail was approved by the FDA earlier this year. CEO Mark Sirgo previously told FierceDrugDelivery he is confident that the product can grab a large chunk of the $1.7 billion market from competitor Suboxone because its delivery point is more convenient.

BioDelivery Sciences' BEMA technology delivers buprenorphine to the bloodstream via a polymer film that attaches to the mucous membrane and dissolves within 15 to 30 minutes, according to the company's website. The now-disputed patent was granted in 2012.

"BDSI continues to attempt to develop and market products without proper consideration of MonoSol Rx's pioneering patent portfolio relating to film drug delivery. We will not tolerate infringers of our technology, and we will continue to aggressively assert our patent rights against all such infringers," said MonoSol CEO Mark Schobel in a statement.

Other companies are entangled in the dispute as well. Reckitt Benckiser is listed as a plaintiff because it holds an exclusive license to sell Suboxone in the U.S., while Quintiles ($Q) is a defendant because it is helping market Bunavail in the U.S."

"Information Experts and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Team Up 
Reston, Virginia, November 3, 2008—Strategic communications firm, Information Experts (IE), has recently been awarded a government contract by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to become an Education Medicaid Integrity Contractor (MIC).

"We are very pleased to be entering into this long-term contract with HHS," said Grant Connell, Senior Vice President. "This is an exciting time for IE, as it marks our entry into a new government agency."

The Information Experts team also includes Serco Inc., North America Provider Resources, Inc., IntegriGuard, LLC and the National Academy for State Health Policy.

"This contract will also allow us to develop and strengthen these partnerships,” he said. "We look forward to working with each of them, and hope to use this contract as a vehicle to expand and develop new relationships within the healthcare community as well."

As an Education MIC, the IE team will design and deliver customized classroom instruction, awareness campaigns, meetings and conferences to ensure that educational efforts emphasize the reduction of inappropriate or improper payments within the Medicaid Program and the quality of care issues affecting Medicaid beneficiaries.

About Information Experts

Information Experts is an award-winning strategic communications firm with a wealth of conceptual and implementation experience serving public service agencies and corporations. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Information Experts offers full-service strategic consulting and messaging, content development in marketing and instructional design, print and digital graphic design, and learning solutions across an array of media. Information Experts, founded in 1995 [by Clinton crisis actors], is an 8(a) woman-owned business. ….

Client List Government and Federal Agencies
Consumer Financial Protection Division
Department of Defense
Department of Education
Department of Energy
Department of Health & Human Services
Department of Homeland Security
Department of Justice 
Federal Highway Administration
Environmental Protection Agency
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
General Services Administration
Internal Revenue Service
National Aeronautics & Space Administration
National Institute of Health
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Office of Personnel Management 
U.S. Agency for International Development"

"The Medicaid program and the Clinton plan: implications for mental health services. Buck JA1, Koyanagi C.

Author information Abstract

This paper reviews problems that the Medicaid program poses for health care reformers and how the Clinton plan would deal with them. The Clinton plan represents a compromise between preserving or expanding the Medicaid program and eliminating. The plan would seek to extend services to those without insurance and reduce health care costs, partly by limiting services and increasing out-of-pocket costs for Medicaid beneficiaries. All Medicaid beneficiaries would be included in the same basic system of health care that the plan proposes for other Americans. All current beneficiaries would remain eligible for Medicaid, but services would be reduced for many of them. However, services that are important for persons with severe mental illness would be maintained. The plan also would increase out-of-pocket costs for premiums and services, and these increases could be significant for some beneficiaries."

"Here in the United States, Serco has numerous Federal government clients for which we operate and manage large production facilities. These facilities support intake, triage, review, storage, and destruction of submitted documentation. We manage a SCA workforce of over 4,000 employees and provide support services around the world, including comprehensive support services solutions in determining eligibility for multiple benefits for multiple customers including NIH, HHS, DHS and USCIS in the United States.

Supporting the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Serco was recently awarded a contract with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to provide support services in the determination of eligibility for the Federally-Facilitated Marketplace (FFM) and the State-Based Marketplace (SBM) for the Eligibility Support tasks under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act) of 2010. This contract will support a minimum of 29 States that have not elected to manage State Marketplace Programs.

Positions include Project Management, Mail, File/Case Management, Document Scanning, Analysis, Quality Control in support of eligibility determination. Our tasks include the intake, routing, review, and troubleshooting of applications submitted for enrollment into a Qualified Health Plan (QHP) and for insurance affordability programs including, but not limited to, Advance Payment of Premium Tax Credits, Cost-Sharing Reductions, Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and the Basic Health Program (where applicable), beginning on October 1, 2013."

"Rose O'Neal Greenhow (1813 or 1814[1]– October 1, 1864) was a renowned Confederate spy during the American Civil War. A socialite in Washington, D.C. during the period before the war, she moved in important political circles and cultivated friendships with presidents, generals, senators, and high-ranking military officers. She used her connections to pass along key military information to the Confederacy at the start of the war. In early 1861, she was given control of a pro-Southern spy network in Washington, DC by her handler, Thomas Jordan, then a captain in the Confederate Army. She was credited by Jefferson Davis, the Confederate president, with ensuring the South's victory at the First Battle of Bull Run in late July 1861.

Knowing she was suspected of spying for the Confederacy, Greenhow feared for her remaining daughters' safety. Leila was sent to Ohio to join her older sister Florence Greenhow Moore, whose husband Seymour Treadwell Moore had become a captain in the Union Army. (He was breveted a brigadier general in May 1865 for his services and achieved a rank of lieutenant colonel after the war in his army career.) Only Little Rose stayed with Greenhow in Washington.

Allan Pinkerton was made head of the recently formed Secret Service and one of his first orders was to watch Greenhow, because of her wide circle of contacts on both sides of the sectional split.[14] Due to the activities of visitors, he arrested her and placed her under house arrest at her 16th Street residence, along with one of her couriers, Lily Mackall. His agents traced other leaked information to Greenhow's home. While searching her house, Pinkerton and his men found extensive intelligence materials left from evidence she tried to burn, including scraps of coded messages, copies of what amounted to eight reports to Jordan over a month's time, and maps of Washington fortifications and notes on military movements.[3][15]

The materials included numerous love letters from the abolitionist Republican US Senator Henry Wilson from Massachusetts. She considered him her prize source, and said he gave her data on the "number of heavy guns and other artillery in the Washington defenses," but he likely knew far more from his work on the Military Affairs Committee.[16] The seized Greenhow papers are now held by the National Archives and Records Administration, with some available on line.[17]

Pinkerton supervised visitors to Greenhow's house and moved other suspected Southern sympathizers into it, giving rise to the nickname Fort Greenhow. He was pleased to oversee the visitors and messages, as it gave him more control of the Southern flow of information.[18] While messages continued to be sent to Jordan, he discounted them after Pinkerton mounted his control. When a letter from Greenhow to Seward was publicized that complained of her treatment, there was Northern criticism for what was perceived as too lenient treatment of a spy. Pinkerton transferred Greenhow on January 18, 1862 to Old Capitol Prison, shutting down Fort Greenhow. So many political prisoners were detained that a two-man commission was set up to review their cases at what were called espionage. hearings.[19] Greenhow was never subjected to trial.[3] Her youngest daughter, "Little Rose", then eight years old, was permitted to stay with her.

Greenhow continued to pass along messages while imprisoned.[3] Passers-by could see Rose's window from the street. Historians believe that the position of the blinds and number of candles burning in the window had special meaning to the "little birdies" passing by. Another account lists her prison room facing the prison yard "so that she could not see or be seen" and "every effort was made to keep Mrs. Greenhow away from the windows."[20]Greenhow also on one occasion flew the Confederate Flag from her prison window.[21]"

"Granville George Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville, KG, PC, FRS (11 May 1815 – 31 March 1891), styled Lord Leveson until 1846, was a British Liberal statesman.[1] http://www.consciouslyenlightened.com/?p=1164 In a political career spanning over 50 years, he was thrice Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, led the Liberal Party in the House of Lords for almost 30 years and was joint Leader of the Liberal Party between 1875 and 1880. He is best known for his pacific stewardship of Britain's external relations, 1870–74 and 1880–85, in co-operation with his best friend, Prime Minister Gladstone. His foreign policy was based on patience, peace, and no alliances; it kept Britain free from European wars and improved relations with the United States after the strain during the American Civil War.
…. 

Lord Granville married Lady Acton (Marie Louise Pelline de Dalberg), daughter of Emmerich Joseph de Dalberg, widow of Sir Ferdinand Dalberg-Acton, Bt, and mother of the historian Lord Acton, in 1840. She died in 1860.
 
He was engaged in 1864 to an envoy and former spy from the Confederate States of America, Rose O'Neal Greenhow, but shortly after their engagement, in returning to the CSA, she died by drowning off Wilmington, North Carolina when her rowboat overturned as she was escaping a US blockade ship."
 
"The most famous private detective agency in American history, the Pinkertons went hard after embezzlers, murderers, thieves, and myriad other jackasses across the United States, picking up the slack that local hayseed Mayberry bullshit police departments weren't equipped to handle. Ruthlessly efficient in their inexorable search for outlaws who need to have their asses wrecked, the Pinkertons never compromised, never accepted bribes or rewards, and refused to be distracted by bureaucratic bullshit like state lines or due process or police brutality or any of those other things that Dirty Harry Callahan never gave a fuck about once in his life. Offering their services to transcontinental railroad companies, banks, and government agencies across the country, Pinkerton's Agency grew exponentially in size thanks to a crazy self-aggrandizing PR machine and a spotless arrest/capture/execution record that makes Judge Dredd look like one of those sassy jerks who mediate traffic disputes on daytime television. It wasn't long before the Pinkertons basically morphed into an all-encompassing apparatus that was like the FBI, the Secret Service, Blackwater, and Dog the Bounty Hunter all rolled up into one badass ultra-efficient machine of gangster-incinerating justice.
 
But shit was just getting started. The Agency got a bit of a break in 1861 when Allan Pinkerton was in Baltimore trying to uncover the mastermind of some continent-spanning criminal empire and somehow managed to uncover a cleverly-organized plot to assassinate the recently-elected President Abraham Lincoln on his way to his inauguration in Washington DC. Pinkerton, who was friends with Lincoln dating back to Honest Abe's days working on the Illinois Central Railroad, warned the prez, crashed a party in his honor, and managed to get Lincoln out of town just in time to save him from an assassin's bullet. He was rewarded by being appointed the first head of the newly-formed Union Intelligence Service, an organization that we know today as the Secret Service."
 
The most famous private detective agency in American history, the Pinkertons went hard after embezzlers, murderers, thieves, and myriad other jackasses across the United States, picking up the slack that local hayseed Mayberry bullshit police departments weren't equipped to handle. Ruthlessly efficient in their inexorable search for outlaws who need to have their asses wrecked, the Pinkertons never compromised, never accepted bribes or rewards, and refused to be distracted by bureaucratic bullshit like state lines or due process or police brutality or any of those other things that Dirty Harry Callahan never gave a fuck about once in his life. Offering their services to transcontinental railroad companies, banks, and government agencies across the country, Pinkerton's Agency grew exponentially in size thanks to a crazy self-aggrandizing PR machine and a spotless arrest/capture/execution record that makes Judge Dredd look like one of those sassy jerks who mediate traffic disputes on daytime television. It wasn't long before the Pinkertons basically morphed into an all-encompassing apparatus that was like the FBI, the Secret Service, Blackwater, and Dog the Bounty Hunter all rolled up into one badass ultra-efficient machine of gangster-incinerating justice.
 

But shit was just getting started. The Agency got a bit of a break in 1861 when Allan Pinkerton was in Baltimore trying to uncover the mastermind of some continent-spanning criminal empire and somehow managed to uncover a cleverly-organized plot to assassinate the recently-elected President Abraham Lincoln on his way to his inauguration in Washington DC. Pinkerton, who was friends with Lincoln dating back to Honest Abe's days working on the Illinois Central Railroad, warned the prez, crashed a party in his honor, and managed to get Lincoln out of town just in time to save him from an assassin's bullet. He was rewarded by being appointed the first head of the newly-formed Union Intelligence Service, an organization that we know today as the Secret Service."
 
"History isn't certain if Kate Warne, America's first female detective, had that career path in mind when she walked into the Pinkerton Detective Agency. It's possible she was applying to be a secretary. But she so impressed Allan Pinkerton that he hired her as an agent — a job she proved unusually well-suited for. This was 1856. To say that Pinkerton, who founded his Chicago-based agency in 1850, was breaking with convention by hiring a newly-widowed 23-year-old woman is an understatement. But his hunch proved prescient, and Warne broke ground for other women who aspired to be private investigators. In a ringing endorsement after her successes led him to hire on more women, Pinkerton declared:
"In my service you will serve your country better than on the field. I have several female operatives. If you agree to come aboard you will go in training with the head of my female detectives, Kate Warne. She has never let me down."
The novelty of a female detective in those days meant Warne was able to go undercover with ease (including pretending to be a fortune-teller as a means to gather intel), and gain the trust of other women (like the wife of a man suspected of embezzling $50,000 from the Adams Express Company in Montgomery, Alabama).
 

Warne's biggest case came in 1861, when she proved a key operative in Pinkerton's successful thwarting of an assassination plot being hatched against then-president-elect Abraham Lincoln. Though Warne was a New York native, her time spent working the Adams Express Company case meant she was able to convincingly impersonate a Southerner. Once he caught wind of the plot against Lincoln, Pinkerton knew exactly how Warne could help crack the case:
 

He sent Warne to Baltimore as a spy to infiltrate the southern sympathizers. Posing as a Mrs. Barley, a visitor from Alabama, Warne's job was to "cultivate the wives and daughters of suspected plotters." The attempt on the president-elect's life would be made while he was passing through the city.
Warne's involvement went even further. Not only did she courier messages to Lincoln’s party, but she also helped smuggle the president himself onto a train that would ultimately pass through Baltimore with him undetected. Her technique included some major cloak-and-dagger cleverness: Lincoln donned an overcoat and hat, abandoning his signature "stovepipe." His role was that of Kate Warne's "invalid brother." Warne purchased tickets for herself and her “brother,” and saw to it that the rear sections of a sleeping car were secure. Kate charmed the conductor into keeping the back door of the sleeping car open, so that her "sick brother" could enter in privacy.

 

For this accomplishment, some call Warne a trailblazer for women who'd later serve as presidential guards and in the Secret Service. Months after "the Baltimore Plot" case, the Civil War broke out, and Warne was said to have worked as a Union spy on behalf of the Pinkertons. Unfortunately, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 destroyed most of Pinkerton's unpublished records, so more details of Warne's life beyond Pinkerton's praise-filled remembrances are scarce. He named her Supervisor of Women Agents so that she could pass on her skills to new recruits, but her life was cut tragically short in 1868 when she suddenly fell ill. She was estimated to be just 35 years old when she died.
 

It was rumored that Warne and Pinkerton's close working relationship was also intimate (problematic, since Pinkerton was married), but whatever scandal that might suggest can’t eclipse the importance of her work. Surprisingly, she hasn't had much of a pop-culture presence despite her incredible story. In 2011, the USA Network announced it was developing a drama about Warne (that never materialized); a more homespun homage came via author and graphic designer Lauren R. Silberman’s delightful web comic Kate Warne, Pinkerton Detective, which ran throughout 2013."
 
"Defense Ammunition Center (DAC) 
Contract Type: Fixed Price 
Period of Performance: 10/1/2008 to 9/30/2013
Project Overview:

Since 2008, Serco has assisted DAC with the analysis, design, development, implementation, management/ administration, and evaluation of integrated, enterprise-wide and component-specific training, learning, knowledge management, and strategic human resource management interventions that are critical to achieving their mission. Serco holds an OPM TMA TO with DAC and also a contract through GSA Millenia Lite. When the GSA contract could not support all of DACs needs, Serco recommended the use of the OPM TMA vehicle. Through these contracts, Serco provides training program management support to deliver multi-faceted best practice solutions in training development and delivery, knowledge management, portal technologies, course conversions (ILT and CBT to WBT), mobile performance applications, and Learning Management Systems support. Serco applies the ADDIE model to all course development activities including ILT, WBT, and leading-edge technologies including mobile performance applications. Serco provided LMS support and also developed and continues to manage DAC's Ammunition Community of Excellence."

 
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During that period under Serco's management and leadership.. .. NPL's caesium fountain atomic clock is accurate to 1 second in 158 million years and NPL is playing a key role in introducing rigour to high frequency [spread bet and spot-fixed assassination] trading in the City through NPLTime."
 
"Digital Fires Instructor Serco - Camp Pendleton, CA Posted 377 days ago Uses information derived from all military disciplines (e.g., aviation, ground combat, command and control, combat service support, intelligence, and opposing forces) to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action. ..
• Knowledge on the operational employment and TTPs of the following C2 systems and software applications in the COC .. •Travel may be required.
• Have attended DoD formal instructor courses, such as the Marine Corps' Formal School's Instructor's Course, or service equivalent
• Four years of documented experience instructing and employing their respective C2 system in support of MAGTF operations
• Background as an 0844 or 0848 MOS (USMC MOS, or equivalent USA MOS appropriate), with formal training and experience utilizing AFATDS (Advanced Field Artillery Target Data System), EMT (Effects Management Tool), PSS-SOF (Precision Strike Suite – Special Ops Forces)
• Active Secret Clearance or the ability to obtain a Secret clearance is required.
• Formal AFATDS Training required, Strike-Link, PSS-SOF, JADOCS experience desirable"


 
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SWISSLEAKS - "HSBC developed dangerous clients:
arms merchants, drug dealers, terrorism financers" 



Copy of SERCO GROUP PLC: List of Subsidiaries AND Shareholders! (Mobile Playback Version) [HSBC is Serco's drug-hub Silk Road banker and a major shareholder with the 8(a) 9/11 instant lenders including, Her Majesty's Government and JPMorgan] 



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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