Thursday, January 2, 2014

#1805: Marine Links MI-3 Serco Thurso Triggers to Harper Onion Script Kiddies, Jazeera Wi-Fi Bomb

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco’s patent-pool trigger devices apparently procured by John Thurso MP, for the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company, to Laureen Harper’s alleged use of Onion Router to relay trigger signals via script kiddies listed in the NCIC Foreign Fugitive File to Wi-Fi dial-a-yield bombs such as those detonated near the Jazeera Palace Hotel in Mogadishu on New Year’s Day, 2014.

McConnell notes that Thurso’s grandfather, the late Archie Sinclair , was U.K. Secretary for Air during WWII and played a key role in procuring the trigger devices needed to detonate atomic bombs over Nagasaki and Hiroshima and ignite the fire bombs which destroyed Dresden.

McConnell suggests that the 12 August, 1944 murder of LT Joseph Kennedy Jr., whose BQ-8 was blown out of the sky in a fashion as obviously contrived as an ADRIAN MESSENGER script, involved the detonation of a bomb with a trigger signal radioed from a trailing RAF Mosquito allegedly procured by Scottish agents in a modus operandi dating back to 1871’s where the ignition of simultaneous fires in Chicago and Peshtigo tracks back to Geddes and Blatchford.

Noting that script kiddies often die soon after relaying a fatal signal, McConnell may title his next book: “The List of Lord Thurso, Innholder” as it appears the 1963 movie “The List of Adrian Messenger” may have been a decades-old Innholders template for these ongoing murders.

McConnell notes that Serco (formerly RCA GB 1928 - the year the first modern livery company, The Honourable Company of Master Mariners, was founded) and the MI-3 Innholders used Bermuda’s Fairmont Hamilton Princess as a honeypot hotel during WWII, and, while the Internet term script kiddie is new, McConnell notes that the profiles of triaged victims and black-hat and white-hat hackers are unchanged...

Royal Hawaiian Hotel and the triage of Pearl Harbor
Lawrence Hotel and the triage of JFK
Hôtel des Mille Collines and the triage of Tutsis during the Rwanda Genocide
Hôtel Ritz Paris and the triage of Princess Di
Marriott World Trade Center and the triage of guests of The 9/11 Hotel
Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel and the 9/11 triage on the Pentagon Lawn
Edgeware Road Hilton Hotel and the 7/7 triage of Mohammad Sidique Khan
Abbott Gardens Hotel, Pakistan and the triage of Osama bin Laden
Hotel Inter-Continental Kabul and the triage of Seal Team 6
Charlesmark Hotel and the triage at the Boston Marathon
Tibesti Hotel and the 9/11/2012 triage of Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi
Residence Inn (Marriott) and the triage of Aaron Alexis in the Navy Yard
Holiday Inn Glasgow and the triage of police helicopter crash on Clutha pub
Regent Grand Hotel Bordeaux and the triage of Kok Lam’s Brilliant helicopter


MI-3B = Livery Company patent-pool supply-chain users of Privy Purse and Forfeiture Fund Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Loan Auction – Con Air Medical JABS)
+ Inkster (Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons – Loss Adjuster fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin ‘41-‘45 – Operation Paperclip Foreign Fugitive – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN, Mariners patent pools – Wild Bill Pearl Harbor 9/11) +Baginski (Serco Information Technologists Skynet sodomite mesh, KPMG Consulting Tillman)

MI-3 = Marine Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above

McConnell’s Book 12 shows agents in his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group mingling in various OODA exit modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) Livery protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.

Prequel 1: #1803: Marine Links MI-3 Le Reine to Harper Script-Kiddie Graphics and Serco FAA 9/11  

Prequel 2: U.S. Navy patents - The Onion Router (‘Tor’) - DEADF007 licenses to kill - bonded pedophiles - 'sixes and sevens' crime scenes - false flag groups 

Prequel 3: The Viscount Thurso MP

Foreign Fugitive File · Kristine Marcy & Norman Inkster · NO al-Qaeda

Mama Shabab – Alleged Innholders guest and Harper script kiddie listed in CPIC Foreign Fugitive File

At least one killed, 12 injured in double car bomb attack in Somalia
By Omar Nor and Ray Sanchez, CNN updated 5:26 PM EST, Wed January 1, 2014
Mogadishu, Somalia (CNN) -- A double car bomb attack outside of a hotel in Somalia's capital Wednesday night killed at least one person and injured up to a dozen others, police said.

Police official Yusuf Ali said the first suicide car bomb exploded outside the main gate of the Jazeera Palace Hotel, with the second blast from a parked car following as first responders began gathering to evacuate the injured. Three of the wounded were security personnel stationed outside the gate.

At the time of the Mogadishu blasts, there were several senior members of the Somali government inside the Jazeera hotel. It is believed the injured guards were part of the security detail of government officials.

Of the 12 people injured, some were seriously wounded and transported to local hospitals.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Last month, another bombing at a hotel in the capital left five people dead and at least 15 wounded, a government spokesman said.

A car bomb went off on November 8 outside Hotel Makkah Al-Mukarama in central Mogadishu, Abdikarim Hussein Guled, the African country's interior and national security minister, told local media.

Those killed included Abdulkadir Ali, the Somalian government's former acting envoy to Britain better known as "Dhub," said Abdirahman Omar Osman, presidential spokesperson.

Some of Somalia's violence has been traced to Al-Shabaab, an al Qaeda-linked organization that the U.S. government calls a terrorist group and was behind the deadly siege earlier this fall of a Nairobi, Kenya, shopping mall.

A U.S. military drone strike in southern Somalia in late October killed two suspected Al-Shabaab members, U.S. officials said. And a recent joint raid by Kenyan and Somali forces killed at least 30 people believed to be part of that group.

In September 2012, Somalia's new president, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, escaped an apparent assassination attempt at the Jazeera hotel, just two days after being selected as the troubled country's new leader.

According to a presidential press officer and several journalists at the scene, early indications are that the attack was carried out by two suicide bombers who set off explosives at the gates of the Jazeera Palace Hotel, where the president was having high-level meetings.

At least four Somali government soldiers and one African Union soldier were killed in that attack, according to journalists at the scene.

NAIROBI—A Canadian woman at the centre of Somalia’s Al Qaeda is known among the intelligence agencies that track her and the foreign militants who praise her simply as “Mama Shabab.”

It is an honorific title for former Toronto resident Fadumo Jama, who intelligence agencies allege is the den mother of al Shabab who runs a safe house for Western fighters recruited into the militant Islamic organization.

While she moves frequently, using forged passports from African countries, it is believed she has operated a home in the Somali town of Merca for at least four years and has supported American and European recruits in the weeks before their suicide bombing missions.

Jama is a well-known figure to intelligence agencies in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Somalia, yet her name does not appear in any public documents and she has not been charged.

But a Toronto Star investigation based on interviews with security, intelligence and law enforcement officials, in addition to leaders in the Somali diaspora here and abroad, reveal a portrait of a female leader vital to the organization.

Her role facilitating Western recruits exemplifies the increasing importance of women to the Shabab — although her position of authority is rare, as most females are recruited only as wives for the fighters or suicide bombers.

Canadian Security Intelligence Service director Richard Fadden told a Senate committee earlier this year that this was an emerging trend.

“(There is) increasing potential for more women in Canada to become radicalized as injunctions against female participation in violent jihad have begun to disappear from extremist websites,” he said.

Two young Toronto women raised in Canada after their parents fled Somalia when the government collapsed two decades ago were among those reportedly lured into the group last year, defying their families and flying to Kenya’s capital before crossing the border.

The whereabouts of one of the women is unknown although it is believed her relatives in Somalia managed to intercept her.

But relatives and friends of Asli Nur, a promising University of Toronto student in her early 20s who left in January 2011, are worried about reports that she has adopted the group’s hardline doctrine.

After leaving Canada, Nur, once an international relations student who aspired to work in the humanitarian sector, posted strident messages under the name Umm Mohammed on her Facebook page, which has since been deactivated.

According to one official with knowledge of the case, she taught English to Shabab members when she first arrived and married one of the foreign fighters who goes by the name Dawood al Marroci, David the Moroccan.

A few months ago, the pair was separated when Nur’s husband crossed the Gulf of Aden for Yemen — a popular route now as fleeing Shabab members leave strongholds in the port town of Kismayo or Puntland’s Galgala Mountains for Yemen’s Abyan province, to join forces with Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

Nur is believed to have suffered a miscarriage and is recuperating in Somalia. There is no evidence she has participated in any Shabab terrorist activities and is seen by many in the Somali community as a Shabab victim, rather than a member.

Her devastated family declined to be interviewed, as did friends reached by the Star.
Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, known by his nickname “Farmajo,” is Nur’s uncle by marriage and Somalia’s former prime minister.

“It was shocking. Nobody thought that something like that could happen,” he said during an interview in Nairobi. “She’s one of many children that has been lured.”

Farmajo was popular in Mogadishu for his efforts against the Shabab and his support for Somalia’s forces. When he was pushed out of power during a political dispute in June 2011, Somalis protested in the streets. He described watching one of his own relatives succumb to the group’s influence as “heartbreaking.”

It is not known whether Nur had any contact with Mama Shabab, and few in Toronto’s Somali community want to talk about the Canadian recruits.

As one Somali leader said, “The community feels victimized twice — first by the Shabab and then by the security services and journalists who come later.”

It is true that far more Somalia-born Canadians and their children — some of whom have never seen their parents’ homeland — are returning to help rebuild the country through business, politics or humanitarian aid, not to join the fledgling Shabab.

But with their valuable passports and their seeming willingness to die fighting, the Western recruits have intelligence agencies worried — and they keep Mama Shabab on the radar.
“She is very important, as everybody went to her safe house,” one security official, who has collected reports on Jama for years, told the Star on the condition he not be identified. “At least nine of the Americans, including Jehad Mostafa, went through there.”

Mostafa is the 6’1” California university student originally from Wisconsin, indicted in the U.S. for his involvement with the Shabab.

Another reported guest of Jama’s home was a 23-year-old recruit from Denmark, who blew himself up in 2009 at Mogadishu’s Shamo Hotel. The bombing was one of Somalia’s most devastating attacks, taking place during a graduation ceremony for medical students. Among the 25 dead and more than 60 injured were medical students, three government ministers, doctors and journalists.

Getting information on Jama’s life in Toronto is more difficult. The Star was unable to reach her ex-husband or her estranged sons. It is believed she left Canada years ago but has many relatives from her minority Shekal clan in Toronto.

While Western recruits continue to join the Shabab — most estimates claim 20 to 60 have gone from Canada, including some this year — the group is believed to be at its weakest now.

It has lost much of its popularity inside Somalia, blamed in part for last year’s famine and for suicide bombings with high civilian tolls.

A 10-month offensive by African Union forces from Kenya, Uganda and Burundi, along with Somali soldiers and forces from Ethiopia, has pushed the remaining Shabab members to only a few towns.

But that stark reality on the ground is not reflected online.

“A youth in Birmingham or Edmonton or Phoenix, whose only access is propaganda and Google, maybe he doesn’t even speak Somali, thinks Somalia’s war is Muslims fighting non-Muslims,” said International Crisis Group analyst Abdirashid Hashi, a Canadian who grew up in Toronto.

“But even the Shabab knows its 15 minutes of fame is over.”

The fear, however, is that the Shabab will manage to gain strength through the weakness of Somalia’s notoriously corrupt system. Simply put, many young Somalis have turned to the Shabab in the past for protection, or as an alternative to warlords or thieving politicians.
Which is why all eyes are on next month’s Somali election, which will end the unpopular UN-backed transitional government that has limped on since 2004.

“What feeds them is people,” Farmajo, who plans to run in the election, says about the Shabab. “If we win the hearts and the minds, they will be isolated.”
Follow Michelle Shephard on Twitter: @shephardm

NCIC 2000

1. The Foreign Fugitive File, established July 1, 1987, contains information on persons
wanted in connection with offenses committed outside the United States.

2. There are two types of records in the Foreign Fugitive File: Canadian records and
International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) records. Canadian records
contain information on persons wanted for violations of the Criminal Code of Canada
based upon Canada-wide warrants. INTERPOL records contain information on
persons wanted by authorities in other countries.

3. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is the only authorized Canadian
agency that can enter and update Canadian records. A user receiving a Canadian
record in response to an inquiry is advised in a caveat that the fugitive is wanted on
a Canadian warrant, and no arrest can be executed in the United States solely on that
basis. The caveat further directs the inquiring agency to contact the RCMP to initiate
the process of obtaining a U.S. extradition warrant (3184 Warrant), as authorized by
Title 18, USC, Section 3184.

4. INTERPOL records contain information entered for foreign countries by the United
States National Central Bureau (USNCB) of INTERPOL, which is housed in the
U.S. Department of Justice. The National Central Bureau of any country may issue
a wanted flyer, known as a Red Notice, for a fugitive wanted within its respective
country. The Red Notice requests the arrest of the fugitive with the intention that
extradition will occur. In addition to the fugitive’s physical description, the Red
Notice contains details of the charge(s), warrant information, and prior criminal
history information. Red Notices are distributed to the National Central Bureaus in
all INTERPOL member countries.

5. Upon receipt of a Red Notice, the USNCB reviews the information and enters an
NCIC 2000 Foreign Fugitive File record if the entry criteria in this chapter are met.
Any agency making an inquiry on a foreign fugitive will be advised that the fugitive
cannot be arrested solely upon the NCIC 2000 Foreign Fugitive File record and to
contact the USNCB/INTERPOL. The USNCB is responsible for confirming that the
foreign arrest warrant is still outstanding, determining whether the foreign country
will proceed with extradition, and notifying other U.S. Department of Justice officials
to have a U.S. arrest warrant issued.”

The review was ordered in the wake of the scandal involving Serco and G4S's tagging contracts.

Serco on Thursday agreed to repay the Government £68.5m. The scandal concerned the Ministry of Justice being charged for tagging people who were found to be dead, back in prison or overseas. Both Serco and G4S are currently being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office.

It was those disclosures earlier this year that sparked the review of all contracts held by both companies. It found that in 17 of the contracts, the civil servants in charge of them did not have the "knowledge and capacity required to ensure the contract is being delivered effectively".

It also ordered further investigation into several "Work Programme" contracts where "the possibility of errors or irregularities and their impact was potentially more significant".”

The Rt. Hon The Viscount Thurso (aka John Thurso, MP)

Lord Thurso was born 10th September 1953, the eldest son of Robin Sinclair, 2nd Viscount Thurso and Margaret Robertson. He is the grandson of the 1st Viscount Thurso, better known as Sir Archibald Sinclair, the wartime Liberal leader and Secretary of State for Air.

Educated at Summerfields near Oxford and Eton College, he joined the Savoy company as a management trainee in 1971 and worked in all the company’s hotels except the Connaught and in each of the principal departments. In 1981 he was appointed General Manager of the Hotel Lancaster, Paris.

In 1985 he left the Savoy company and France to return to England as Founder General Manager and Operations Director of Cliveden, now Britain’s highest rated hotel. In 1991, in recognition of his services to the industry, he was awarded the prestigious Master Innholder award by the Worshipful Company of Innholders. From 1993 to 1997 he served on the Executive of the Master Innholders Association and was Chairman from 1995 to 1997. In 1998 he was admitted to the Livery of the Worshipful Company.

In 1992, he left Cliveden having been headhunted to take on the role of Chief Executive of Granfel Holdings Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Kuwaiti Investment Office and proprietor of 3 hotels and the prestigious East Sussex National Golf Course. During 3 years as Chief Executive of Granfel Holdings he turned the company from substantial loss to profit, enabling the owners to sell one hotel and concentrate investment in the remaining properties.

Having completed the task of revitalising Granfel Holdings, Lord Thurso joined Fitness & Leisure Holdings as Managing Director where he was employed until his election to parliament in June 2001. This company’s principal asset is Champneys, the health resort.
Lord Thurso is non-executive director of a number of private companies including the International Wine & Spirit Competition. He is Deputy Chairman of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels Plc and was Chairman of Walker Greenbank Plc until April 2002, as well as a non-executive director of The Savoy Group Plc from 1993-1998 and Chairman of Scrabster Harbour Trust, Scotland’s most northerly deepwater port until October 2001. He is also Chairman of a number of family companies including Thurso Fisheries Limited.

From 1998 to 2003 he was Patron of the Hotel Catering and Institutional Management Association. He is also Patron of the Institute of Management Services, President of the Academy of Food and Wine Service, President of the Tourism Society and a Patron of the Keepers of the Quaich. He was formerly Chairman of the British Hospitality Association’s Club’s Panel and Chairman of the Savoy Society, of which he is now President.

Following the passage of the House of Lords Bill, Lord Thurso chose not to stand for a hereditary place, where he was Liberal Democrat Front Bench spokesman for Tourism from 1997-1999 and Food 1999. Lord Thurso was a Highland list candidate for the Scottish Parliament in 1999. In June 2001, he was elected to Westminster as the MP for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross and in October 2001, joined the Liberal Democrat Shadow Cabinet as Spokesman on Scotland.

Thurso East Mains, Thurso, Caithness, KW14 8HN
020 7219 1752/3448
020 7219 3797
Date of Birth
Married: one daughter, two sons
Eton College
Former Managing Director, Fitness & Leisure Holdings Ltd
Chairman, Thurso Fisheries Ltd
Chairman, Lochdhu Hotels Ltd
Political Career
Former Spokesperson on Business & Industry and Tourism, House of Lords
Scottish Parliamentary Candidate, Highlands & Islands Regional List 1999
Archibald Henry Macdonald Sinclair, 1st Viscount Thurso KTCMGPC (22 October 1890 – 15 June 1970), known as Sir Archibald Sinclair, Bt between 1912 and 1952, and often as Archie Sinclair, was a British politician and leader of the Liberal Party. … In the 1935 general election, Samuel lost his seat. Sinclair became the party's leader at the head of only twenty MPs. With the party now clearly marginalised as the third party on the fringe, with few distinct domestic policies, with a parliamentary party that was primarily a collection of individuals elected as much for themselves as for their party, and with the separate Liberal Nationals offering competition amongst Liberal-inclined voters, Sinclair fought to make the Liberals once more a relevant force in British politics, taking up the issues of opposition to the continental dictatorships and working closely with Winston Churchillwho was a backbencher at that time and generally shunned by his Conservative Party. When Churchill formed an all-party coalition government in 1940, Sinclair became Secretary of State for Air. However he did not sit in the small War Cabinet, though he was invited to attend meetings discussing any political matter. As Secretary for Air, he played a leading role in planning the fire-bombing and destruction of Dresden. He remained a minister until May 1945 when the coalition ended. In the 1945 general election, he narrowly lost his seat. His margin of defeat is one of the tightest on record - he came third, even though the victor had only 61 votes more than he.[2]

“Independent review report by KPMG [N.B. MI-3’s Norman Inkster was former head of  global forensic practice in Toronto and the chief architect of tax-shelter frauds which cost the partners $454 million in fines paid to Kristine Marcy’s DOJ Asset Forefeiture Fund] Audit Plc to [N.B. John Thurso, Former Vice Chairman] Millennium & Copthorne Hotels plc


We have been instructed by the company to review the financial information set out on pages 10 to 14 and we have read the other information contained in the interim report and considered whether it contains any apparentmisstatements or material inconsistencies with the financial information.

Directors’ responsibilities

The interim report, including the financial information contained therein, is the responsibility of, and has been approved by, the directors. The Listing Rules of the Financial Services Authority require that the accounting policies and presentation applied to the interim figures should be consistent with those applied in preparing the preceding annual accounts except where they are to be changed in the next annual accounts in which case any changes, and the reasons for them, are to be disclosed.

Review work performed

We conducted our review in accordance with guidance contained in Bulletin 1999/4: Review of interim financial information issued by the Auditing Practices Board. A review consists principally of making enquiries of group management and applying analytical procedures to the financial information and underlying financial data and, based thereon, assessing whether the accounting policies and presentation have been consistently applied unless otherwise disclosed.

A review is substantially less in scope than an audit performed in accordance with Auditing Standards and therefore provides a lower level of assurance than an audit. Accordingly we do not express an audit opinion on the financial information.

Review conclusion

On the basis of our review we are not aware of any material modifications that should be made to the financial information as presented for the six months ended 30 June 2000.

KPMG Audit Plc, Chartered Accountants
8 Salisbury Square, London EC4Y 8BB 11 August 2000”


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