A Request by United States Marine Field McConnell
Images Leading To A Proof by Contradiction Of Assertions Below
Plum City Online - (AbelDanger.net)
September 12, 2015
1. IT IS ASSERTED THAT A LONG-RANGE TELSTAR STRANGLERS GROUP –founded by the late David Stirling – uses fireball weapons to destroy evidence of death betting and disrupt timeline analyses which might connect victims to killers.
2. IT IS ASSERTED THAT SERCO 8(A) FOREIGN FACTIONS supplied James Files with a .221 Remington Fireball to spot fix the death of President John F. Kennedy on 23 November 1963 in Dealey Plaza and supplied a Taser device to spot fix the death of JonBenet Ramsey as she was strangled in her home on Christmas Day 1996.
3. IT IS ASSERTED THAT HILLARY CLINTON HAS SHED EVIDENCE of her role in the Telstar death-betting group, from servers originally set up in 1994 by Serco 8(a) protégée Base One Technologies to operate long-range honey traps on behalf of the Clinton State Department.
United States Marine Field McConnell (http://www.abeldanger.net/2010/01/field-mcconnell-bio.html) is writing an e-book "Shaking Hands With the Devil's Clocks".
McConnell invites readers to e-mail him images (see below) and develop a proof by contradiction of his assertions that Clinton has been shedding evidence of the Telstar / Serco stranglers' death-betting networks and the use of fireball patent-pool devices for the spoliation of crime scene timelines.
David Stirling (far right) - founder of the SAS / Long Range Desert Group – is reputed to have personally strangled 41 men.
JonBenet's father was a potential whistle-blower threat to Serco 8(a) companies' plans for Penren Fireball 9/11.
The Mayfair Set episode 1- Who Pays Wins
Interview with James Files [2:19:36 FBI PICKED UP ON THEIR LINK WITH SCOTLAND]
"Hillary Clinton DID have the right to delete personal emails from her controversial private server, Justice Department says
Lawyers for the government made the assertion in a filing this week with the U.S. District Court in Washington
It was part of a public records lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group that seeks access to
Clinton's emails Clinton has been dogged by questions about her use of a private email account for government business
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
PUBLISHED: 01:32 GMT, 12 September 2015 | UPDATED: 05:08 GMT, 12 September 2015
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton had the right to delete personal emails from her private server, the Justice Department told a federal court. Lawyers for the government made the assertion in a filing this week with the U.S. District Court in Washington, part of a public records lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group that seeks access to Clinton's emails.
Clinton, the former secretary of state and front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, has been dogged by questions about her use of a private email account for government business."
"James Earl Files (born January 24, 1942), also known as James Sutton,[a] is an American prisoner at the Danville Correctional Center in Danville, Illinois who stated in a 1994 interview that he was the "grassy knoll shooter" in the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy. Files has subsequently been interviewed by others and discussed in various books pertaining to the assassination and related theories.
In 2010, Playboy magazine published an article by Hillel Levin in which Files also implicated Charles Nicoletti and John Roselli in the assassination of Kennedy. Files, who changed his name from Jimmy Sutton, was born in Alabama 24 January, 1942, and after his tour of duty in the United States Army became a hired assassin jointly managed by the Chicago underworld and the CIA.
Between the 1963 JFK assassination and his 1991 arrest, not much is known. Files is said to have relocated from Alabama to California with his family. Shortly thereafter, then to an Italian neighborhood in Chicago. Files was convicted in the attempted murder of two police officers during a roadside shootout in 1991, and sentenced to fifty years.
In the early 1990s an "anonymous FBI source," later identified as Zack Shelton, was reported by researchers as having told Joe West, a private investigator in Houston, about an inmate in an Illinois penitentiary having peculiar information about the Kennedy assassination. On August 17, 1992, West interviewed Files at Stateville Correctional Center in Crest Hill, Illinois. Two decades after the JFK assassination, Files told West he would confess to Kennedy's killing conditional to immunity from prosecution. Negotiating on Files' behalf, West died in 1993. After his death, West's family requested a friend, Houston television producer Bob Vernon, assume control over records concerning the Files revelations. Consensus
Notable Warren Report stalwart Dr. John C. McAdams, who describes himself "a debunker by temperament," complains Files changed his story. Yet another Warren Report stalwart, Vincent Bugliosi, author of Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy characterized Files as the "Rodney Dangerfield of Kennedy assassins" and discounted his testimony as a fabrication. As per Bugliosi, few amongst those who believe the Warren Report to be defective respect him.
In the aftermath of Barry Katz's 2014 blockbuster documentary "I Killed JFK" which delved into Files' shadowy world as an asset jointly managed and operated by CIA analysts and Chicago underworld organized crime handlers, an ever increasing number of scholars and researchers argue otherwise: that Files' testimony never wavered; that his account has proven more credible and tenable than the far-fetched version bolstered by the FBI and the Warren Commission. In the aforementioned documentary Files adamantly insists he was the shooter, that he fired an exploding round from the grassy knoll, that the gun he used to kill President Kennedy was an experimental bolt action .221 Remington Fireball specifically designed to "kill varmints at distances hand-gunners never thought possible," that he deliberately left forensic evidence, biting down upon the spent shell casing which killed the President, before departing setting it upon the fence from where he fired, that Lee Harvey Oswald was not as assassin, but actually a CIA provocateur encharged the planting of false evidence who was assigned to the CIA's abort team for the JFK assassination, that Oswald never fired a shot, that the rifle identified in the Warren Report as the weapon used by Oswald was wholly inappropriate in that it was not a high velocity rifle sufficient for the intricacies of so complex an assassination, and that Oswald was hand chosen as the individual mutually agreed upon by Chicago underworld figures and high ranking defense-intelligence officials, to be the designated fall guy for the JFK assassination.
Associate Professor Emeritus from Santa Clara University, Dr. Jerome Kroth attributes Files as "surprisingly credible," contending his to be "the most believable and persuasive" testimonial on the JFK assassination, to date. In 1987, a man and his son discovered a casing of the same caliber behind the fence exactly where Files claimed he was positioned, on the grassy knoll. 24 years buried four inches underground, dental forensics experts confirmed an indentation on the casing was indeed made, by human teeth."
"The Special Air Service was a unit of the British Army during the Second World War, formed in July 1941 by David Stirling and originally called "L" Detachment, Special Air Service Brigade—the "L" designation and Air Service name being a tie-in to a British disinformation campaign, trying to deceive the Axis into thinking there was a paratrooper regiment with numerous units operating in the area (the real SAS would 'prove' to the Axis that the fake one existed). It was conceived as a commando force to operate behind enemy lines in the North African Campaign and initially consisted of five officers and 60 other ranks. Its first mission, in November 1941, was a parachute drop in support of the Operation Crusader offensive. Due to German resistance and adverse weather conditions, the mission was a disaster: 22 men, a third of the unit, were killed or captured. Its second mission was a success: transported by the Long Range Desert Group, it attacked three airfields in Libya, destroying 60 aircraft with the loss of 2 men and 3 Willys MB. In September 1942 it was renamed 1st SAS, consisting at that time of four British squadrons, one Free French, one Greek, and the Folboat Section. ….
The special projects team is the official name for the Special Air Service anti–hijacking counter–terrorism team.It is trained in Close Quarter Battle (CQB) and sniper techniques and specialises in hostage rescue in buildings or on public transport. The team was formed in the early 1970s after Prime Minister Edward Heath asked the Ministry of Defence to prepare for any possible terrorist attack similar to the massacre at the 1972 Summer Olympics and ordered that the SAS Counter Revolutionary Warfare (CRW) wing be raised.
Once the wing had been established, each squadron rotated on a continual basis through counter–terrorist training including hostage rescue, siege breaking, and live firing exercises—it has been reported that during CRW training each soldier expends as many as 100,000 pistol rounds. Squadrons refresh their training every 16 months, on average. The CRW's first deployment was during the Balcombe Street Siege. The Metropolitan Police had trapped a PIRA unit; it surrendered when it heard on the BBC that the SAS were being sent in.
The first documented action abroad by the CRW wing was assisting the West German counter-terrorism groupGSG 9 at Mogadishu. In 1980 the SAS were involved in a hostage rescue during the Iranian Embassy Siege."
"Colonel Sir Archibald David Stirling, DSO, OBE (15 November 1915 – 4 November 1990) was a British mountaineer, World War II British Army officer, and the founder of the Special Air Service.
.. Life before the war
Stirling was born at his family's ancestral home, Keir Housein the parish of Lecropt, Perthshire. He was the son of Brigadier General Archibald Stirling, of Keir, and Margaret Fraser, daughter of Simon Fraser, the Lord Lovat, (a descendant of Charles II, King of Scots). His cousin was Simon Fraser, 15th Lord Lovat, and his grandparents were Sir William Stirling-Maxwell, 9th Baronet and Lady Anna Maria Leslie-Melville. Raised in the Roman Catholic faith of his mother, he was educated at the Benedictine Ampleforth College and Trinity College, Cambridge. A tall and athletic figure (he was 6 feet 6 inches (1.98 m) tall). He was training to climb Mount Everest when World War II broke out.
In North Africa, in the fifteen months before Stirling's capture, the SAS had destroyed over 250 aircraft on the ground, dozens of supply dumps, wrecked railways and telecommunications, and had put hundreds of enemy vehicles out of action. Field Marshal Montgomery described Stirling as "mad, quite mad" but admitted that men like Stirling were needed in time of war. According to John Aspinal, Stirling reputedly personally strangled 41 men. Private military company
Worried that Britain was losing its power after the war, Stirling organised deals to provide British weapons and military personnel to other countries, like Saudi Arabia, for various privatised foreign policy operations. Along with several associates, Stirling formed Watchguard International Ltd, formerly with offices in Sloane Street (where the Chelsea Hotel later opened) before moving to South Audley Street in Mayfair.
Business was chiefly with the Gulf States. He was linked, along with Denys Rowley, to a failed attempt to the overthrow Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi in 1970 or 1971. Stirling was the founder of private military company KAS International, also known as KAS Enterprises.
Watchguard International Ltd was a private military company, registered in Jersey in 1965 by Stirling and John Woodhouse. Woodhouse's first assignment was to go to Yemen to report on the state of the royalist forces when a cease-fire was declared. At the same time Stirling was cultivating his contacts in the Iranian government and exploring the chances of obtaining work in Africa. The company operated in Zambia and in Sierra Leone, providing training teams and advising on security matters, but its founders' maverick ways of doing business caused its eventual downfall. Woodhouse resigned as Director of Operations after a series of disagreements and Stirling ceased to take an active part in 1972.
Great Britain 75
In mid-1970s Great Britain, Stirling became increasingly worried that an "undemocratic event" would occur and decided to take action. He created an organisation called Great Britain 75 and recruited members from the aristocratic clubs in Mayfair; mainly ex-military men (often former SAS members). The plan was simple. Should civil unrest result in the breakdown of normal Government operations, they would take over its running. He describes this in detail in an interview from 1974, part of which is present in Adam Curtis's documentary "The Mayfair Set", episode 1: "Who Pays Wins".
In August 1974, before Stirling was ready to go public with GB75, the pacifist magazine Peace News obtained and published his plans, and eventually Stirling – dismayed by the right-wing character of many of those seeking to join GB75 – abandoned the scheme." "Telstar is the name of various communications satellites. The first two Telstar satellites were experimental and nearly identical. Telstar 1 launched on top of a Thor-Delta rocket on July 10, 1962. It successfully relayed through space the first television pictures, telephone calls, and fax images, and provided the first live transatlantic television feed. Telstar 2 launched May 7, 1963. Telstar 1 and 2—though no longer functional—still orbit the Earth. …
That evening, Telstar 1 also relayed the first telephone call transmitted through space, and it successfully transmitted faxes, data, and both live and taped television, including the first live transmission of television across an ocean from Andover, Maine, US to Goonhilly Downs, England and Pleumeur-Bodou, France.[clarification needed] (An experimental passive satellite, Echo 1, had been used to reflect and redirect communications signals two years earlier, in 1960.) In August 1962, Telstar 1 became the first satellite used to synchronize time between two continents, bringing the United Kingdom and the United States to within 1 microsecond of each other (previous efforts were only accurate to 2,000 microseconds)."
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